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Rotary Club of Yenda had a great changeover on Monday 26th July at the Yenda Diggers Club. It was a great night and PP Peter Chilvers handed over the reins to the new presidet, Bob Turner, who introduced his new board.
Left to right we have Kevin Farrell, John Badocco, Allan Gyles, Max Baker, Bob Turner, Ross Blake, Brian Edwards, Graeme Bamford, Past President Peter Chilvers and Dave Watson.  Squatting in front: Louis Toscan and Denis Murphy.

NEVIN WILLARD HUGHES

Nevin passed on Tuesday 20th July 2021, at the Grenfell MPS, late of Bradley Street Grenfell. Loved husband of Verona. Loving father and father in law of Tracey & Colin, Howard & Ann. Adored ‘Ompa’ to Tegan and Dane, Luke and Carolina, Griffin, Paige, Josh and  Elissa, Chloe; and great ‘Ompa’ to Ashton, Willa and Mateo. Aged 83 years.

A Service to celebrate Nevin’s life will be held at the Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Grenfell on Saturday 24th July 2021, commencing at 11:00am. The cortege will then leave for the Grenfell Lawn Cemetery. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend.

Due to current Covid-19 restrictions, funeral attendees are limited to 100 people. If you wish to attend Nevin’s service, please contact Penrose Funerals to register your attendance. Face masks are mandatory and social distancing rules apply.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Grenfell Hospital Auxiliary.

Last week Pambula Rotary lost one of their oldest and longest serving Rotarians - Murray Jarvis - he was a month shy of his 94th birthday. 
 
Murray was born in 1927 and joined Rotary in 1962 at age 35. This year he would have been celebrating 59 years in Rotary.  His family understand that he was the 3rd longest serving Rotarian in Australia and while our digital systems at Parramatta office seem unable to verify this, we have had feedback from a fellow Rotarian who joined soon after Murray and have confirmed the timeline. Murray was a past President and PHF; he also received an OAM in 2016 for his work for Rotary and in the community. 
 
Murray remained an active member and was still regularly attending meetings before he passed away. He was always ready  to volunteer at events and working bees and was a dab hand on the BBQ. At the time of his death, Murray also had lead responsibility for maintaining Eden Rotary Park - he would visit daily, liaise with Council on any issues that arose, and coordinate working bees within the Club to assist with ongoing maintenance of the gardens and picnic facilities. 
 
Murray will be sadly missed - he was well respected within the Club and the broader community, and devoted his life to community service. We thank him for his service. 
 
Rotarians across the District acknowledge the contribution Murray made and extend their condolences to the family and Murray's sons - Ray, Rob and Alan. 
 
Images courtesy RC Pambula.
The Rotary e-Club of Brindabella is doing another production run of District 9705 branded face masks.  Orders will be placed soon so please act quickly.
 
Contact Person:  Rob Uhl 
Rotary E-Club of Brindabella
 
Cost per Mask: $20.00
 
Masks are WHO approved, washable and re-useable. Up to 15 washes.
 
Masks are RI Licensed correctly branded and approved.  If clubs or Rotarians wish to order, need to do so quickly as the order will go in within 7 days.
 
Rotary Club of Yenda had a great changeover on Monday 26th July at the Yenda Diggers Club. It was a great night and PP Peter Chilvers handed over the reins to the new presidet, Bob Turner, who introduced his new board.
Left to right we have Kevin Farrell, John Badocco, Allan Gyles, Max Baker, Bob Turner, Ross Blake, Brian Edwards, Graeme Bamford, Past President Peter Chilvers and Dave Watson.  Squatting in front: Louis Toscan and Denis Murphy.
Next Climate & Peace Webinar 10th August 6pm (AEST)

Presented by the Rotary Clubs of Sydney:  Record heat waves, fires and floods in the Northern Hemisphere this summer have turned the spotlight from COVID back to climate. So how can we retain peace and security as the weather worsens and the sea levels threaten mass migration? More info see the D9705 Support the Environment webpage.
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