The focus of our Zoom meeting last .  Tuesday was the celebration of Charter night, remembering the  creation of our Club in 1962. There was a maximum attendance of most of our members . They were accompanied by their partners and we were particularly pleased to see Glad Joslin the widow our recently deceased member Keith Joslin . The meeting started in a good mood of celebration encouraged by the home delivery of cake and birthday balloon to each of members. This was achieved as result of Mary Engert doing the cooking and packing and Harold and Roz Simpson delivering these gift to the front door of all our members . In the course of the meeting we all enjoyed eating the cake and drinking our wine 
The selected speaker to remind us of some of the history of the Club was      Past President Harold Simpson who led our Club in 2000/2001
Things were so different at these times . Our club was still meeting at lunchtime . This was on a Monday and the location was the  Ultima Function Centre in Keilor Park .  We still had 42 members and 15 are still members today  including Marie Barbera who joined us during that year having recently been widowed
The fax was the communication tool between President, District, other Rotary clubs and other organisations interested in telling their story.
That Rotary year our Club boasted many Major Projects. This included.
Many members were involved in the major renovation of Foodbanks storage area, food packing area & office.     Approx 2800 man hours was involved.
The club supplied a new refrigerated Ford Transit van to enable food picks from various businesses that donated the excess stock.
A couple of anonymous members donated a ton of rice/pasta a month for 12 months which equated to over 800 meals a month.
Peer Support
The club financed and organised the training of School Teachers in skills required to help those students in need. Program was very successful and many Teachers were trained from Primary & Secondary schools in our area.
Kids Undercover
An organisation that supplied and built accommodation for young people that had no where to live for various reasons The club undertook the decorating of the Palladium at Crown Casino for the Kids Undercover Ball, in its first year it raised $100 000.00. Our club continued its involvement for a few years.
Major focus in house for the club was membership ( nothing has changed)
P.P Doug Fox Lane organised some brainstorming sessions debating ideas on how and where membership could be increased                                                                  
Harold Simpson has been a creative and busy Rotarian since that year. As shown in the photo an important activity that occupies him is the Camp Getaway at Axedale near Bendigo . He is a frequent volunteer at this Camp and is now promoting  the rehabilitation of the Mini Golf Course an important feature of the Camp which we created in 2001