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  Welcome to Surfers Sunrise Rotary!
Surfers Sunrise

A great way to start the day

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 7:15 AM
Surfers Paradise Surf Life Saving Club
Esplanade (Cnr Hanlan Street)
Surfers Paradise, QLD 4217
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Crime Stoppers doesn't need any explanation about what they are: you can report a crime, or even what you think might lead to a crime.

And that's it? Oh no! There is much more where this organisation can help you and your community. Keith Knight and Tracey Chase will be the two main speakers, accompanied by Julie Echin, who will bring along a device that may well prevent you, yes, your good self becoming the victim of a crime. (No Henrietta, it's not a 9mm calibre handgun!)

A very special morning today at our Project Shed in Arundel, with a visit by John Paul Langbroek MP (State Member for Surfers Paradise), Sam O'Connor MP (State Member for Bonney) and Lisa Else (Community Leases Officer, GCCC). A special "THANK YOU!" to our two State MPs, who financed the supply of new LED downlights at the shed. This not only provided a vast improvement of lighting but also translated into substantially "greener" operation and savings in our power bill. Lisa Else was recently appointed as the Community Leases Officer at the Gold Coast City Council, and thus is our main contact there.  Photo (from left): Lisa Else, President Doug Lipp, Sam O'Connor MP, John Paul Langroek MP, Associate Member Ray Drowley
2,319,600+ Toys Stock Photos, Pictures & Royalty-Free Images ...As we do every year, Surfers Sunrise will deliver a load of Christmas presents to St John's Crisis Centre in Surfers Paradise. he present should be suitable for children (any age, any gender), valued around $10 - $30, unwrapped.
Mario Fairlie, as a director of this organisation, has a close connection. He will collect and deliver the presents. St John's, due to unprecedented demand, wants to start putting the hampers together early, so they would like them by 29th November. Please bring them to next Wednesday's meeting. Mario will collect and take them there.
What does a young man do when he is not sure what career path he should follow? “You can do what you want” was the advice Damian got. “But that was not necessarily helpful” our guest speaker last week drily remarked…  Well, the Army was recruiting, and, provided one signed up for 6 years, one could learn a trade into the bargain. He ended up becoming an Avionics Technician, specialising in Helicopters, and was posted to Afghanistan.  But the work in the Army didn’t provide the job satisfaction he was after.
Today, Damian runs a Video Production company, Iron Forge Pictures, based on the Gold Coast. The path to success was not exactly a bed of roses: After the Army, he travelled Europe with his own camera. “I have always enjoyed shooting silly videos,” he said, which he edited himself and then published on streaming sites such as YouTube.
At age 28, Damian embarked on a career in Video editing. He enrolled at the local International Film College, hunkering down to serious study of the art, earning an Advanced Diploma. But it’s not as easy as… In 2012, when the Australian Dollar was on par with the US, it was cheaper to make movies in the US, so work was scarce. So he started making his own short films. But, 3 days before shooting was to start, his Director pulled out… No other option but to learn how to direct himself.
And the rest is history, so they say. His feature film ‘The Lost One’  debuted in 2020. During the COVID period in 2021, he wrote four feature length scripts and directed his second feature, ‘Girls Night Out’ in 2022. Today, Damian writes, directs, edits and even distributes his own work. ‘Gunpowder’ is destined to be published as a graphic novel.  In addition, he regularly lectures at TAFE college. “No flies on you”, I think, is the correct colloquial Australian expression…
(Photo: Damian Hussey (right) with meeting Chairman Gerald East)
Two of our most popular youth programs happen shortly after New Year, so now is the time to be on the lookout for suitable candidates. Over the years, Surfers Sunrise has fielded participants to jsut about everyone of these camps. And if the sheer enthusiasm of their reports are anything to go by, it was worth every dollar! Do you know anyone who qualifies? Now is the time to apply. Click on the links for details.
When | Tuesday, 9 January 2024 to Sunday, 14 January 2024
Where | Bornhoffen PCYC, 3510 Nerang-Murwillumbah Rd, Natural Bridge  QLD  4211
Who | Year 11-12 Students or Ages 17-18
Cost | $725 (fully subsidised by the club for qualifying applicants)
RYLA - Rotary Youth Leadership Award:
When | Tuesday, 23 January 2024 - Sunday, 28 January 2024
Where | Bornhoffen PCYC, 3510 Nerang-Murwillumbah Rd, Natural Bridge  QLD  4211
Who | Ages 19-29
Cost | $725 application fee + $50 deposit (cost to the applicant $100, the club subsidises the balance)
Many of us regularly support a charity. Very few charities, such as our Wheelchair Trust, have almost zero overheads. However, were you to inspect the books of some big charities, you might find that a very sizeable portion of their income is spent on anything but what you had in mind, when you got that glowing, tingling feeling of “doing good”, as you put in the verification code of your Credit Card.
What about if there was a MAJOR, world-wide charity, which has such a low overhead ratio that Charitynavigator.com not only gives it the highest of 4 stars, but also a 100% efficiency rating? What about a charity that not only spends some serious funds on international projects, but also channels a huge proportion of funds back to where they were donated from?
Yes, we are talking about The Rotary Foundation (TRF). Oh, you didn’t know that, in addition to major world projects such as the eradication of Polio, Polio Plus, they also spend money on… us, over here? Yes, our District receives money from TRF grants. Our X-Ray and Blood Analysis project for Pentecost Island is a perfect example. I won’t outline the process. (Mario Fairlie, who would have spent hours… nay, days… nay, weeks clouting the keys of his computer to satisfy their stringent application and approval processes, can tell you all about it).
There is a good article about “our” Foundation in this month’s Rotary Down Under magazine. But, irrespective of whether you read it or not, you can be assured that your donation money will not be wasted. And, even though they are an international charity, all donations in Australia are fully tax deductible. Speak to our club’s Foundation Director Gerald East about the process).
As in previous years, Mario Fairlie is again organising the bulk order for the deliciously moist, plump Rotary Christmas Cakes (see image). Yes, take it from me: they are YUMMY! See the image below - order either in a tin to keep it moist for longer, or in a box (it's the same cake). Note, a corresponding donation to The Rotary Foundation is made on behalf of our club for every cake purchased. 
Deadline: Thursday 23rd November 2023. Reply to this email, or advise Mario directly by email, stating the quantities you wish to purchase. Payment in cash directly to Mario on receipt.
We need a few more regular volunteers at the project shed. Do you have a half day (or two) a week to spare? Or do you know somebody who would enjoy the fellowship of fellow volunteer workers at the shed, re-purposing discarded bicycles into wheelchairs? Well over 11,000 have been shipped so far, but the need is constant.
A number of formerly regular volunteers at the project shed have "retired", some due to ill health, some because they landed a job which prevents them from attending Wednesdays and/or Saturday mornings. The work is easy and not heavy. It can involve the dismantling of bikes, the cutting of plywood (using a template, called a "jig"), painting the wood and/or the frames, or assembling, checking and packing the finished product, just to name a few.
If you are interested, please contact Larry Murray or Franz Huber, or simply turn up on Wednesday and/or Saturday morning, from 07:30 am. 
Last Monday, 30th October, we held our annual Surfers Sunrise Golf Day, at the usual venue, the Surfers Paradise Golf Club. As pre-ordered for quite some time, we had perfect weather, a steady breeze keeping us cool. This is one of our major fundraising events of the year. This year's major beneficiaries were the Pancare Foundation, a charity dedicated to researching Pancreatic Cancer, and PCYC Gold Coast, specifically directed towards their youth programs. Pancare is scheduled to speak at our club sometime early in the new year; the PCYC is, of course, well known to most of our members. Sgt Cherie McLean, who is the manager of the local PCYC, brought two delightfully eloquent young people along (see photo album section). How refreshing to see an example of today's youth from the positive side.
And the winners...
The overall winners were (Picture above, from left): Jeremy Stevens, Daniel Bisiker, Daniel Pickering, Graham Lewin. Congratulations!
The Rotary Shield (best Rotary Club associated team) was won by... Surfers Sunrise! (No, before you shout "rigged!!": Wilsons Advisory (see photo on right, from left: Matt Crain, Todd Cole, Dan Howes and Charles Thomasson) is one of our club's Corporate Members, so fully within the rules!
A lot more photos can be accessed from the Photo Album
Welcome to our newest member, Thomas Robinson!
Nominated by Evan Mita, this last Wednesday morning we inducted Thomas (picture, with President Doug Lipp), under the classification of 'Youth Services'. Very appropriate too: Thomas works for Mission Australia, where he specialises in working with disadvantaged youth to embark them on a career.
We much look forward to your 'Rotarian behind the Badge' (tentatively set for 1st November) and your ongoing participation in the activities of our club!
(from left): Matt Hayward, Kristen 'KJ' Jewson, John Groves (the master builder), Mitch Brown, Ava Pearson, Hudson Sirovs, Al Sirovs and (front) Dan Snart.
Not your average meeting last Wednesday: Not only did we welcome a new member (see separate article above), but the team that went to Pentecost Island, Vanuatu to erect the X-Ray Unit at Mauna Health Centre fronted the club.
This wasn’t a simple task by any means: Master Builder John Groves eloquently outlined the enormous task of getting the X-Ray and Pathology Lab Unit built. After a two day trip, by Air to Port Vila, then by ‘Rock Hopper’ plane to Lonorore and a three-hour boat trip to the Mauna Health Centre, the task was to unpack the “flat pack” building which was shipped in two containers from our project shed in Arundel in February this year. There isn't much flat space there! To get it up the hill and re-erect it was a massive task. “Without the huge work of locals, it would never have happened”, John said.

Hard work it might have been, but the team was unanimous in declaring the exercise as a “once in a lifetime experience”. Twelve days of basic accommodation in a guest house, no electrical power (except in the Medical Centre), locally cooked
Last week, the project shed sent off the 11,015th wheelchair. Just on 3 years since we celebrated the 10,000th wheelchair in September 2013. The Photo on the right is our regular project shed worker Al Sirovs pointing out the number on the world map. The photo above shows some of the regulars, taken this morning. The wheelchair displayed is not exactly the 11,000th (that one is already on the way), but nobody needs to know... Third from left is Des La Rance OAM, who invented the concept and delivered the first 10 to Fiji in August 1997, 20 years ago! - See report in the Download Section on the right.
A very special night yesterday Wednesday for two tireless workers of our project shed: John Hall (picture left) and Bryan Tuesley (picture right) were recognised by the Federal Member for Moncrieff, Angie Bell MP, for their work and dedication to our project.

Congratulations to both of you, and thank you and all your fellow volunteers for your ongoing work and dedication! Your efforts provide mobility to thousands of disabled children and adults in developing countries.
Congratulations! Mia Watson is the Lutzy Award winner for 2023!
At yesterday's Surfers Sunrise breakfast meeting, we presented the 'Lutzy Award' to Mia., in the form of a specially inscribed surf ski. The award is in honour of our former member Keith Lutz, who was a true leader in both our club as well as in the Surfers Paradise Surf Life Saving Club. A committee of the SLSC nominates the winner, selected not necessarily because of his/her surfing skills (but that is certainly no detriment!)
, but for their leadership qualities. This was the 8th year the award was presented. And just in case you are interested: of the eight winners, six were female!
Picture (from left): Jan Lutz, David Orchard, President Doug Lipp, the winner Mia Watson and her father Rob Watson. Second picture: Jan Lutz, Mia and last year's winner Pieta Jackson.
At Sunday's Changeover Luncheon (see brief article below), outgoing President Mitch Brown presented the club's awards. Starting with two recognitions awarded by District Governor Karen Thomas, who regrettably was unable to attend due to ill health, Mitch selected Rotaractor Matt Hayward as the representative of the X-Ray Unit for Vanuatu team, in recognition of the huge amount of work he contributed, not just physically at the shed, but also, in cooperation with Kristen 'KJ' Jewson, in developing the websites and Facebook pages. The second was for Best Club Communication, collected by yours truly.
Then followed the four premier club awards:
The Doug Waller Trophy 'for outstanding service to Rotary and our club' went to Mario Fairlie, in recognition of his ongoing commitment to our club, particularly the X-Ray Unit for Pentecost Island.
The Quiet Achiever Award went to our Youth Service Director Ashleigh Symes, in recognition of her very active promotion of our youth programs. Ashleigh was unable to attend, with an excellent reason: she had only very recently given birth to their daughter Ruby (see artricle below). Charles Thomasson collected the cup on her behalf.
The Fellowship Pokal went to Larry Murray, in recognition of his tireless work to re-shape our project shed and managing the volunteer workforce there.
Finally, the big moment: the Rotarian of the Year award, which is voted on by the members. This year, Ross Augustine was a clear winner, in recognition of his very successful efforts to get funds into our bank accounts. Ross also had substantial input into organising with Angie Bell MP a $20,000 Federal Government grant towards the purchase of a Ute for our project shed.
Congratulations to all!
On Sunday 25th June, we gathered at the Braeside Estate in Merrimac for our annual Changeover Luncheon. Perfectly organised by Graeme and Ann Isaacson, we enjoyed casual and convivial fellowship, as well as some profoundly thoughtful and serious moments, as would be appropriate for such an important event.
Larry Murray served in his naturally ebullient manner as Master of Ceremonies, outgoing President Mitch Brown gave an Acknowledgment of the Country, Peter Morgan proposed a toast to Australia. Then “our” PDG Darrell Brown proposed a toast to Rotary International. In his brief speech, Darrell outlined the huge difference our organisation makes in the world, as an example citing a Solar Energy project to provide electricity for a village of 280 people in Goa, which so far was completely off the grid. This came together because of Rotary, because of the “connections” involving an Australian Past Rotary International President… (Sorry, you should have been there!)
PDG Prof Graham Jones AM replied to the toast. One can’t help being motivated by Graham’s almost evangelical enthusiasm. After acknowledging our club’s contribution to District personnel, Graham briefly touched on the major Rotary projects worldwide: $17 Million war relief for Ukraine, Polio Plus, a program started in 1985 when the world had some 350,000 recorded cases of Polio, now down to just 6 (5 in Afghanistan, 1 in Pakistan). Graham also brought the huge impact the Peace Scholarships would have. Again, he acknowledged our club’s provision of District personnel: Ray Higgs was a former District Chair of this committee.
Outgoing President Mitch Brown, with characteristic Surfers Sunrise brevity, outlined his year, referring to the Changeover Report (now in the Download Section on the right) for details, “rather than regurgitating what others have already said”... With slight wistfulness, Mitch lamented our club missing out on a DG’s Citation, simply because of logistic problems (caused by extreme storms) to get the shipping container in time in place on Pentecost Island, Vanuatu. The project should now be completed in August.  Mitch then proceeded to present the club awards for 2022-23 (see separate report above).
After the changing of the President’s collar, our incoming President Doug Lipp briefly addressed the congregation, thanking the various speakers, guests and of course the members, then introduced his new board for 2023-24. 
As always, a most enjoyable function. How could you not be proud to be a member of this organisation?
(See more photos in the Photo Album section on the right)
As per President Mitch's message above, these photos were sent to to Bryan Tuesley, our wheelchair "foreman", from PNG, where they were deployed by Del Cole ('Someone Who Cares' Gold Coast based charity). Good to see that our work is doing good. Give yourselves a pat on the back!
Photo by Mark Urquhart (from left): Cr Darren Taylor, Greg Bowler, Assistant Governor Sheila Ponting, Mario Fairlie, District Governor Karen Thomas, Sam O'Connor MP, John Paul Langbroek MP, Des La Rance OAM,  Dr Graham Sivyer, Cr Ryan Baildon-Lumsden, President Burleigh Heads Rotaract Club Dan Snart, President Surfers Sunrise Rotary Club Mitch Brown.
Last Wednesday, the three Rotary clubs, Surfers Sunrise, Broadbeach and Gold Coast celebrated the official hand-over of the X-Ray and Pathology Unit, destined for Pentecost Island, Vanuatu. The building was constructed, then dismantled and flat-packed into a container at our project shed in Arundel. Mid-February, the containers were on the way to be shipped to their destination. Some 60 attendees enjoyed a hearty breakfast at Catalina Cafe on Broadwater Parklands, honoured by the presence of several dignitaries, including our District Governor Karen Thomas and Assistant Governor Sheila Ponting, local MPs John Paul Langbroek and Sam O'Connor, Councillors Ryan Baildon-Lumsden and Darren Taylor, the President of the Gold Coast Medical Association, Professor Philip Morris, just to name a few. Regrettably, the dignitaries expected from Vanuatu were unable to join us, due to the massive devastation that was caused by the two cyclones that recently struck their country.
Master of Ceremonies Trent Belling, a third generation Rotarian as he proudly introduced himself, led the proceedings with aplomb. Mario Fairlie and Dr Graham Sivyer, who together with Greg Bowler were the project's leaders, provided a brief outline of its history. They had visited Vanuatu twice, both the destination at Pentecost Island as well as for meetings with authorities in the capital Port Vila. This should ensure a smooth transfer once the containers have arrived at Port Vila. Well deserved, they also gave the "inventor" and leader of the building concept, Des La Rance OAM due credit. "There would have been a thousand people involved all up," Mario emphasised, "from the helpers on the ground to the individual donors of both finances and materials. Equally important is that we recognise the Global Grant from The Rotary Foundation and not least the young Rotaractors. Young people are essential to have around, not just for young ideas, but for physically demanding work". 
Local member for Surfers Paradise, John Paul Langbroek briefly outlined how important the ongoing work with South Pacific countries, at all levels of Government as well as at basic population basis is. "JPL", a diminutive he is fondly referred to by his friends and colleagues, has had extensive experience with Trade Missions into these countries, including PNG and Vanuatu. JPL also acknowledged our achievement of some 11,000 wheelchairs that have been despatched to all corners of the world.
District Governor Karen Thomas referred to the "ROSE" award (Recognition of Significant Effort) which she recently presented to the three clubs at the District Conference in Yamba. This was in recognition of our three clubs successfully working together on this massive project.
The two containers are now at sea. On-site re-erection of the building and the commissioning of the X-Ray and Pathology equipment is expected to take place in June. Watch this spot!
(Also, check the Download files on the right for a slideshow and press release. There is also a photo album by photographer Mark Urquhart online - click here)
"We were woken up at 4.30 am to the sound of our camp leaders screaming various commands, including to rush outside and do a wall sit... in our pyjamas! It then went on to challenge both our physical and mental strength for the next TWO HOURS." Uttered by a teenager, you might think that sounds like a complaint... You are sooo wrong!
Chelsea and Zahra had only 5 minutes before having to rush off to school, but they certainly made good use of the time to relate their experiences of attending the recent RYTS (Rotary Youth Transition Seminar) camp, sponsored by our club. This is the very essence of Rotary Youth Service. The girls have given me permission to upload their speech to our website - see Download Files on the right. 
Wow! Two ROSE (Recognition Of Significant Effort) awards were presented to our club at the District Conference. This is a new award designed (I assume) by District Governor Karen Thomas, presented this morning. I admit I wasn't even aware of the awards, not to mention their presentation.
One is for the monumental joint effort with the Rotary Clubs of Broadbeach and Gold Coast in building the Mauna Health Centre (recently packed up and on the way to Vanuatu), the other for 'Improving the Club Public Image' by frequent posts to our website and Facebook pages.
Well, fellow members, associates, Rotaractors and helpers and the project shed: give yourself a pat on the back! You are permitted an extra biscuit or piece of cake next Wednesday morning! 🙂
In view of the Wheelchair Trust Deed's fairly strict limitations (money donated can only be spent on materials for wheelchairs and nothing else, not even for the shipment to their destination), we have registered an alternative account for Containers for Change.  If you deposit your empties directly, and wish to donate the proceeds to the Surfers Sunrise Rotary Club - General Account, please use this account code: 
(The account for the Wheelchair Trust is also still active: use C10199443 instead).
So, keep your soft drink bottles, stubby bottles, aluminium cans, milk cartons etc.  As a general rule, most drink containers between 150ml and 3L can be returned for a refund under Queensland's container deposit scheme. Containers should be empty, unbroken, the lid removed and display a 10-cent refund marking on the label. Something like the image (right), but many others are simply marked as suitable for recycling. Note: they must NOT be crushed. See image above what is and what is not accepted. For details of what can / cannot be returned for cash, and where the locations are, click on this link
In the olden days, for a new member to join a Rotary club the unofficial rule was, expressed in simple terms, he should be "somebody who is in a position to hire and fire". Yes, 'he'. Thankfully, around 1987, the 'he' was expanded to also include the fairer sex. There were lots of other rules too, for example, weekly attendance at our meetings was considered to be just about essential.  
These days, the rules are very simple and straightforward.  Here is an extract from the Membership section of our Club Consitution of 2019 (1):
Section 1 — General Qualifications.
This club shall be composed of adult persons who demonstrate good character, integrity, and leadership; possess a good reputation within their business, profession, and/or community; and are willing to serve in their community and/or around the world.
That should be simple enough. In other words, the majority of people in your circle of friends, in business, your suppliers, your customers qualify. Rotary is absolutely non-denominational, absolutely gender-neutral. All we ask for is of good character, has integrity, and a good reputation.  Start making a list and invite them to come to one of our meetings.
(1) Members can download the Club Constitution from our website: (you need to login to the Member Area, top right of home page), then select Organisation, Documents and search for Constitution.
What a superb morning last Saturday at our Project Shed, where we celebrated the 10,000th Wheelchair manufactured. For any of our readers who are not familiar with the concept: parts from recycled bicycles, marine plywood, solid rubber BMX wheels and... LOTS OF VOLUNTEER HOURS equal a wheelchair which can be manufactured for $100! Give yourself a pat on the back, but particular recognition must go to the principal movers and shakers who started and carried this project through: Des La Rance, Daryl Sanderson and the late Keith Lutz and Bob Harrison. Jan Lutz was there, but regrettably, Gloria Harrison was unable to join us, but for a good reason: her grandson debuted on that same day, playing Grade 1 Cricket in the Queensland Premier League. Howzat! Bob would be proud on both accounts.
We had the bulk of our members and volunteers present from an early hour, setting up the various marquees, putting the last touch to the refurbished bikes we had for sale, setting up the stage, the videos...  The Rotaractors from Burleigh Heads were there in force, the Rotary Club of Parkwood ran a sausage sizzle and the Rotary Club of Broadbeach ran a raffle, our soon to be inducted new corporate members Adam  and Tash from Invincable had a stand and so did the Pimpama State School with their version of the wheelchair design.  We were honoured by visits from District Governor Andy Rajapakse, State MPs Rob Molhoek and Sam O'Connor (he has done a nice write up on his Facebook page too) as well as Councillors Ryan Bayldon-Lumsden and Brooke Patterson.  
President Charles Thomasson opened the formal part of the celebrations welcoming our dignitaries, which was followed by a brief address by DG Andy Rajapakse, in which he referred to his own efforts of taking well over 500 wheelchairs for distribution in his country of origin, Sri Lanka. Following our DG, the inventor of the wheelchairs from bicycles, Des La Rance, outlined the project from early times in the mid 1990's, the breakthrough when Ray Martin's A Current Affair broadcast the delivery of the first 10 wheelchairs to Fiji in 1997, the building of schools for the tsunami affected regions of Thailand and Samoa, the House of Hope in Apia, leading to the current project of the X-Ray Unit for Vanuatu. 
But of course, the culmination of the morning was the presentation of a commemorative collage to Des La Rance (see picture). This was designed and made by Neil Thurlow and his graphic wizards of Accent Print and Copy.
Photo shows (from left) Jan La Rance, Daryl Sanderson, Des La Rance, Jan Lutz. More photos are in the Photo Album, videos coming up shortly.
Our super generous printer, Neil Thurlow and his very talented design artists at Accent Print & Copy have created a new flyer for our wheelchairs project.  He has also provided some 2000 printed copies, which will be sent out by Apple Marketing to their mailing list of previous donors.  It is uploaded to our Download Section (see right side), where you can download it and send it on to anyone whom you consider could be interested.
Thank you, Neil and your team!
I've uploaded a video which beautifully outlines what Rotary is all about. Go on, have a look at it. It's only a bit over 2 minutes, but very well done. Go to this link to view it:
Club Executives & Directors
Immediate Past President
Vice President
Executive Secretary
Director - Club Administration
Director - Service Projects
Director - Membership
Director - Public Relations
Director -The Rotary Foundation
Joint Director - Youth Services
Joint Director - Youth Services
Joint Director - Fundraising
Joint Director - Fundraising
YEP Club Protection Officer
Chair - Wheelchairs Trust
Coordinator Golf Day
Fellowship and Social Program
Liaison - Wheelchair Trust
Program Manager-Guest Speakers
Vanuatu Program
Webmaster & Bulletin Ed
Club Insurance Officer