Guest Speaker  – Daniel Flynn

The Thankyou journey - a blueprint for turning ideas into reality

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL

7.15 for 7.30am

Where: RACV City Club, Level 17, 501 Bourke Street, Melbourne

Cost: $65.00 per head

 
Club Information

Welcome to Rotary
Central Melbourne

Interested in what we do?
Join us for breakfast
 
We meet
Tuesday 7.20am
for 7.40am
 
Venue
RACV City Club
501 Bourke Street
Melbourne 3000
Australia
 
 
Rotary Theme
 
 
 
 
 
Donations
 
SOCIAL MEDIA
 
Bulletin
 
 
Speakers
Rotary Foundation Breakfast - Bookings essential
Nov 21, 2017
Daniel Flynn: The Thankyou journey - a blueprint for turning ideas into reality
Inspector Andrew Miles
Nov 28, 2017
Rotary Peace Center (Bangkok) Residential Program – Reflections
 
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