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Dream Cricket Project

The E-Club was honoured to receive the District 9710 Award for Youth Projects for theCanberrra Festival of DreamCricket at the District Changeover in Bateman's Bay on June28th.


Our Rypen Student Olivia talks to the Club

Our Rypen student Olivia discusses her experience at the recent Rypen course.


Midwifery Leadership Course -VTT

Our online meeting of 29/10/15 featured a talk about the Rotary Midwifery Leadership Course - VTT Pacific Islands.

Our very own Beth Woolley was instrumental in organising the course for midwives from Samoa, Fiji and Tonga.

watch the presentation here:

 Offline Meeting for 6 Sept

Offline meeting for the week of the 6th September


Australian Rotaract Award

Congratulations DG Rowley for winning an Australian Rotaract Award 


ADG Brian Goldstraw discusses RAWKS

Watch ADG Brian Goldstraw discuss how RAWKS assists Clubs manage International Service Projects


Geoff McLean discusses

Geoff Investigates Kiva a Micro Financing Site. Our club is considering utilising this service to further our Service Work.


The Rotary Foundation turns 100

Rotary is marking the Foundation’s centennial with a year of festivities, which kicked off at the 2016 Rotary Convention in Seoul and will culminate at the 2017 convention in Atlanta.
Ask anyone who has been touched by The Rotary Foundation what it is and every answer will be different. Ask anyone who has been touched by The Rotary Foundation just how important it is, and every answer will be identical.

Celebrating The Rotary Foundation’s centennial gives us the opportunity to educate and inspire the community about Rotary, encourage community giving, and engage members, alumni, major donors, and friends of Rotary.

Rotary at a Glance

Membership Snapshot 

Who: Rotary brings together the kind of people who step forward to take on important issues for local communities worldwide. Rotary members hail from a range of professional backgrounds; doctors, artists, small business owners and executives all call themselves Rotarians. Rotary connects these unique perspectives, and helps leverage its members’ expertise to improve lives everywhere. 

Where: From Haiti and Greenland to Nigeria and Singapore, Rotary unites a truly diverse set of leaders from across the world. Currently, the largest number of clubs comes from the United States, India, Japan and Brazil. The fastest growing Rotary regions include Southeast Asia and Africa. 

What: Rotarians contribute their time, energy and passion to sustainable, long-term projects in local communities across the globe. Projects focus on important issues like peace and conflict resolution, disease prevention and treatment, water and sanitation, maternal and child health, basic education and literacy and economic and community development.