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AT THE last meeting of the Korumburra Ro-
tary Club, Kelvin Wyatt and Max Schellekins
from the Korumburra Working Horse and Trac-
tor Rally were along to once again invite the club
members to man the gates on March 18/19.
Volunteers are needed both days from
8.15am to 2.30pm.
Lola reported that she has been very busy
since last she reported to the club. She had a
wonderful time on the Great Ocean Road trip;
she has worked as a volunteer at Carinya for a
week; she had an emotional time during Christ-
mas and her birthday; she spent four days sail-
ing in Tasmania; she has visited the Prom; been
to the cinema; and on Friday she is flying to
David Child asked everyone to hand in their
Centurion tubes as soon as possible.
Stewart reported that at a very brief board
meeting held last week it was decided to give
Jade DuVe $1000 from the Robyn Holmes
Foundation to assist this talented young soccer
player with her training, match fees, and uni-
form. Also nominations are called for by Feb 7,
for two positions on the committee of the RHF.
Mark Holmes will stand for re-election but Pe-
ter Biggins will not.
George hired out the catering van for $250
for the Geek Festival but we must complete
a Terms and Conditions of Hire contract and
have a prepaid cleaning bond as the van was
returned in a dirty state. Thanks to John Moor
and George for cleaning it.
Mardi spoke briefly about an excellent pro -
spective outgoing exchange student she knows
and to send a student out we need to be pre-
pared to host an incoming student. With a
show of hands, everyone in attendance voted
to participate in the District Youth Exchange
Richard has sent out everyone’s quarterly
fees invoice by email and would like us to pay
as soon as we can.
Next club meeting: January 31 will be a social
night at the Bass Valley Winery.
Coming Events: February 10, 11 and 12 Ko-
rumburra Rotary Club’s Annual Art Show. On
February 21 the club will host a joint meeting
with Inverloch and Leongatha Rotary clubs at
which Burra Foods’s Manager, Glen Falcke will
be the guest speaker. On March 4 and 5 the
club’s self-drive mystery Tour d’Backyard to
somewhere around the area is on again. March
11 ‘Loch Rock Festival’. March 18-19 Korum-
burra Horse and Tractor Rally at Nyora. March
24-26 District 9820 Conference at the Wrest
Point Casino in Sandy Bay.
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Senior Service Technician
The CLAAS Harvest Centre network is a leading
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Our South Gippsland dealership is seeking an
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providing exceptional support to customer service and
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For aged care facility required
We are currently looking for a 2nd Chef to
join our team at our site in Cowes, Phillip
Island, Friday, Saturday & Sunday.
The right person for this position needs to
have a background in the Aged Care Industry.
You need to have a sound knowledge of
dietary supplements different food textures
as well as different diets. e.g Diabetic,
different allergies, fortified diets.
You will report directly to the Chef Manager.
The right person needs to have experience in
dealing with staff issues on a daily basis.
You need to be friendly and approachable at
all times as you will be dealing with residents
and client staff daily. Needs to be able to work
The right person will need to have a current
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A current police check will be required.
Catering Industries offer the opportunity for
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Contact Kavinay Krishna,
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Capability of engineering skills required in
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Rotary saddles up again
for working horse rally
Kelvin Wyatt and Max Schellekins of The
Korumburra Working Horse and Tractor Ral-
ly committee were guests of the Korumburra
Rotary Club last week to ask the group to
again man the gates at Nyora on the weekend
of March 18 and 19.
THE Department of Environment, Land,
Water and Planning (DELWP) recently re-ap-
pointed nine coastal Committees of Manage-
ment in Gippsland.
Senior Environmental Planner, Angie
Gutowski, oversaw the re-appointment of 74
volunteers to the Corinella, Grantville, Lang
Lang, Loch Sport, Port Franklin, San Remo,
Sandy Point, Shallow Inlet and Walkerville
Committees of Management.
“The committees manage approximately
880 hectares of coastal Crown land adjacent
to townships,” Ms Gutowski said.
“People may not be aware that the coastal
areas they enjoy visiting are being managed
by dedicated local people who volunteer their
time and skills,” she said.
“The volunteers manage a wide range of is-
sues and look after many different types of
infrastructure, including toilet blocks, boat
ramps, walking tracks, car parks, viewing
platforms and sea walls.
“For example, over a 10 year period the
Port Franklin committee took a collapsed riv-
er bank with derelict jetties and transformed
it into a safe and accessible facility.”
It’s typical of the work being completed by
these volunteer-run committees right along
the Gippsland coast.
Among the projects completed by coastal committees of management were these steps
Nine coastal committees
Repairs to a collapsed back of the river
and this seawall are among the works un-
dertaken by the Port Franklin Committee
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