Celebrating Melbourne visit plus more

We have so much to share with you. This post sees us celebrating Alison’s Melbourne visit, the upcoming Melbourne Cup Luncheon, and introducing the exciting Cycle Zambia event.

 

Alison has recently spent a week in Melbourne presenting to the Rotary Clubs of Dandenong, Emerald, Ringwood and Wandin.

Whilst in Melbourne she caught up with Catherine Hamilton, an artist form the Mornington Peninsula. Catherine volunteered for our School on March/April this year and will return for the second term in 2015. Catherine introduced the Art Program to our School together with art requisites kindly donated by Art Spectrum, Melbourne.

 

 

CaAtherine Meredith, our website manager, met with Alison to discuss the way forward with our new website.

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Alison visited Dandenong Rotary Club, VIC to present Our Rainbow House
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Alison was invited for supper at the home of supporters of Leprosy Mission India, and also met International China Concern representatives along with members of Rotary Wheelchairs for Kids
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Alison speaking at the Rotary Club of Emerald VIC
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Rotary Club of Ringwood

 

 

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Alison with Catherine Hamilton (artist, Redhill) and Matt (Tourica Tours
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Members of the Rotary Club of Wandin

 

 

 

 

Matt Collins from Tourica Tours attended the Wandin meeting to meet Alison and learn about the School. Matt is planning Cycle Zambia, a bike ride throughout this beautiful country in aid of Our Rainbow House, to be held mid-2015. What a wonderful and inspiring week this was for our Project!

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Each year Our Rainbow House hosts a Melbourne Cup luncheon for 40-60 guests at Emerald Homestay. This year it will be a French theme and we invite everybody to come along and have a wonderful day of friendship, fun and laughter.

Melbourne Cup 2014 flier

If you do not live in Emerald and would like to hold your own Melbourne Cup Luncheon in aid of our Charity that would be fantastic! We would need a little story about this together with photos of the day for our newsletter, website and Facebook.

 

Cycle_Zambia July 2015

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