Rotary Club Radio Episode 014
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We talked about the Rotary International Convention in New Orleans, LA (USA). The Convention is May 21-25, 2011 and will a great time for Rotarians from around the world meet each other and enjoy all the excitement Rotary has to offer.
For more information about the Convention, visit: www.RotaryCon2011.com
Episode: #14 – Rotary Club Radio – Camille Hardman & Ron Hunt, Tully Rotary – Big Dreamers Documentary
I interviewed Camille Hardman from Barking Cat Productions and Ron Hunt from the Tully Rotary Club in Northern Queensland Australia. Ron, a 38 year Rotary Veteran, joined me on Rotary Club Radio to talk about this unique project that the Tully Rotary Club did to save their small town from financial disaster. Camille, a film producer, was able to record the story to share with the world.
Tully is a small town known for its heavy rains and successful sugar cane market. However, when Brazil dumped its sugar stockpile on the global market, Tully’s economy sank to the brink of a financial crisis.
At a town meeting called to brainstorm how to save the town, one man proposed something completely crazy ~ to build the worlds Biggest Gumboot in honor of Tully’s record rainfall of 7.98 meters back in 1950.
In a wild turn of events that brought everything together in this funny documentary, we get an inside view of a Rotary Clubs ambitious goals to save their town, a lot of laughs, and a whole lot more.
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