Welcome to meeting No. 48 of
the Rotary eClub of Latitude 38

exploring the city in Warsaw
April is Rotary's Maternal and Child Health Month
President's Message
Welcome to Meeting No. 48. This week's meeting material includes a report from the Rotary Council on legislation concerning eClubs, a piece about roasting coffee, something about Rotary in Poland and a reference to an eClub in London.
We are coming closer to being chartered as a Rotary club. Watch this space! 
Enjoy the meeting and have a good week.
Yours in Rotary
Kerrie S.
This week's meeting material
  • 2016 Council on Legislation - Rotary eClubs.  Distinction between traditional clubs and eClubs removed.

  • What you didn't know about coffee - Published June 2012. After several trips to Bali, Asher Yaron finally decided to move there and follow his desire to create a local, organic, sustainable business. With Balinese coffee farmer friend I Nyoman Wirata, Asher created F.R.E.A.K., that is, "Fresh Roasted Enak (delicious in Indonesian) Arabica from Kintamani," which is involved in all aspects of the coffee business "from the cherry to the cup." Asher also has plans to use pure spring water from Kintamani to further improve the flavour of their coffee and return a percentage of the profits to community projects in the Kintamani region. Asher's upcoming venture: Coffee University.

  • Rotary Club of Wilanow, Warsaw - 3 May is Poland's National Day celebrating the adoption of the Constitution in 1791.

  • Rotary eClub of London Centenary - Another eclub website to look at.

Brian Norris
Website Manager 
Club Projects 
  • Support of the Rotary Foundation
This officially ends meeting No.48
If you have an interesting topic, or project to share please contact me at eclublatitude38@mail.com
Thank you for joining us, we appreciate your feedback, hope you will return soon and invite a guest.