Nakaiah spoke about herself, family and the fact that she will leave for a 12 month visit to Denmark in January 2023. She was asked to create an Australian meal for her host family and she told us that she chose sausages, mashed potato, gravy and peas with Sticky Date Pudding for dessert.
Technical difficulties made it difficult for Louis to hear and understand members, but I heard that he’s back studying and looking at engineering in agriculture. He is living in his family town of Angiers and that is 3 plus hours from Paris. Louis has had a drastic hair cut but he explained that in France it is Integration Week and it is part of a game to have his hair cut. When asked what he was missing about Australia he said the country, the Rotary family and working with everyone
Will reported that he had had a great committee who were prepared for every contingency and everyone pitched in. Gary Cocks walked 12.77km on Sunday. Figures are still to be finalised but despite the weather, it was a very successful event and the vendors were all happy and looking forward to 2023. Thank you to the whole club Peter and Kerry Hull organised the raffle and sold tickets. They raised approximately $800 Yea Wetlands had 15 volunteers involved and made approximately $2000 profit. Glenda reported that Facebook marketing had reached 15000 people with 75 shares which expanded these contacts considerably. Glenda had received very positive comments for example • Was a great day! Thank you and well done all • Thanks for a fantastic show it’s my favourite can’t wait for next year   Yep, it was wet & cold...but the amazing soup we purchased warmed us up as we wandered around David Anderson then auctioned all the cheeses (plus free biscuits) left from the Saturday night wine and cheese night.