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Welcome Wimmera ROMP to the ROMP leadership team

“Wimmera ROMP” is born

Four regional Rotary Clubs join the leadership of the ROMP initiative


It is with great pleasure that the Rotary Club of Camberwell welcomes the arrival of the newly formed and named “Wimmera ROMP” team as the local action arm of ROMP  (the Rotary Outreach Myeloma Program) for the Wimmera geographic region.
 

At a ZOOM meeting (Is there any other kind now?) on Tuesday 4th August representatives from five Rotary Clubs – Horsham, Horsham East, Nhill, Warracknabeal  and Camberwell- gathered at their computer screens to consider the next step to deliver upon the ROMP mission in the Wimmera region.

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Celebrating one hundred years of Rotary in Australasia

The Rotary Outreach Myeloma Program (ROMP)
A certified R100 project
 


Rotary in Australia and NZ celebrate the First 100 years of Service in 2021.
In 1921, four Rotary Clubs were created in Melbourne, Auckland, Wellington and Sydney. From there, Rotary and Rotaract clubs were created everywhere across Australia and NZ. We all share a centenary in 2021. We can come together and create a common legacy.
Think about the impact we can make!



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Five Rotary Clubs get together for ROMP in the Wimmera

Horsham Myeloma Support Group Launch in 2019.
L-R Don Perry(Horsham) Peter Allen (Camberwell) "EJ" Furphy (Myeloma Nurse), Gary Green (Horsham East), Adrian Campbell & Don Jago (Camberwell

It's great to have friends in Rotary.
The Rotary clubs of Camberwell and Horsham have a friendship that dates back decades. So it was pleasant and easy to open discussions with President Don Perry (now "PP") of the Horsham club about ROMP in 2019.   Soon - and far quicker than we expected - our first new ROMP myeloma support group was launched in Horsham.
Now, thanks to the pandemic there are new challenges and some opportunities as we address the future togteher with the help of ZOOM  Five Wimmera Rotary Clubs were represented recently at a shared meeting to share plans for the way forward.- The Rotary Clubs of Horsham, Warracknabeal, Horsham East, Nhill and Camberwell

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