14 October, 2011 - Trivia Night 2011
Bahay Tuluyan meaning House of Welcome, is a non-government organisation committed to child welfare in the Philippines. With more than 300,000 children living on the streets in Manilla and that number increasing evert year - Bahay Tuluyan's work is critical in changing and saving lives.
8 October, 2011 -7.30 pm to Midnight
Rock and Roll to the sounds of the Vincents & DJ Jeff at the Events Centre, 80 Derrimut Road, Hoppers Crossing.
$17.00 Adults $8.00 Child. BYO Drinks & Nibbles.
Bookings & Enquiries: Joye 0438 638 067 or 9749 0804
8 October, 2011 - Floral Art Demonstrations by Fay of the Floral Art School of Australia
Be ready for the Spring Racing Carnival with a unique chapeau creation by Karen. Sample the many gourmet foods,including jams, marmalades and preserves from the Rotary Club of Chadstone-East Malvern and honey from Hampton Hives while listening to the live entertainment.
Watch the Yarnspinners as they work, learn about the fastest growing women's social group in the world-the Red Hat Society,see the locally invented "Hibernating House" eco-plumbing system.Browse in the Bookroom, then enjoy some delicious food at the Market Cafe while reading a Market provided newspaper or enjoy a latte from the Van Go Coffee Wagon as you wander around the Community Garden.
Along with all of the usual quality fresh produce, cakes, confectionery,art, crafts, babywear, jewellery,Fair Trade tea and coffee, face painting ,sausage sizzle etc there have been added some special eco-products- the latest original design eco-fashion Reconstructed clothing; "Clean Conscience" cleaning products-created and produced in Tasmania adding to the Rotary Club of Caulfield's eco-product range and, for the discerning gardener-a very special bagged mulch.
7 - 9 October, 2011
Did you know that The Portsea Camp Working Bee/Family & Friends/Rotary Club Fellowship event is 7th - 9th October 2011? The Portsea Camp is a program within the New Generations Avenue of Service and all D9800 clubs are invited to join the helpers and supporters on this occasion. All meals and accommodation is provided free of charge and your attendance would be very much appreciated. CEO Stephen Eastop would warmly welcome your enquiries and offers of assistance.
On September 24th Rotary Club of Rochester will be drawing the winner of our major raffle currently on offer from club members along with the support of fellow Clubs in District 9800.
This will be held in the Rochester Wine Tavern during the evening, where everyone is invited to come along,enjoy a Saturday night meal at the local,fellowship and perchance be the winner of a trip of a lifetime or perhaps a second or third honeymoon.
First prize being airfares to Sydney,a 12 day adventure holiday for two to Cairns,with airfare return to Melbourne.
Second prize on offer seven nights on the Gold Coast for four people.
Rotary Club of Rochester thanks all involved in Sponsoring this raffle with all proceeds totally committed to flood recovery commitment to the community of Rochester.
Tickets in this raffle are available through District Clubs or direct to the Rochester club. Further details or tickets can also be obtained by contacting Secretary Bryan –0428315467.
1 - 8 October, 2011
We need you to get your club involved. National Skills Week is a great opportunity for vocational directors to help engage in activities that will assist in encouraging people –young and old- to consider the great diversity and career opportunities offered through vocational education.
To find out more, visit www.nationalskillsweek.com.au and register for email updates.
If you would like to get involved, contact
Kerrie Gale: OR Rachel Small: (contact details on skillsweek website)
National Skills Week is supported by the Australian Government.
24-25 September 2011
This event is being hosted in district 9800 at the Jasper Hotel - 489 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne
Register online at http://www.rotaractaustralia.org/australian-rotaract-conference
Melbourne is the proud host of the 2011 Australian Rotaract Conference
This conference will be inspirational for all people attending with keynote speaker, the 2004 Young Australian of the Year, Hugh Evans. Hugh was the founder of the Oaktree Foundation and co-founder of the Global Poverty Project.
Other speakers include
This event will be a great chance for all Rotarians to meet some of the great young people involved in Rotaract around the country and may even give you some ideas on how to bring younger members into your Rotary clubs!
24-25th September, 2011, 104 Ferguson Street, Williamstown
Returns to the Quintessence of the restored Williamstown Town Hall ~ our original setting! FRIDAY 23rd Sept 6:30pm - Preview evening “Soiree” cocktail party $40 per head rsvp 9/9/11 Read more
Special Fundraiser: Support the Rotary Club of Altona fundraiser event as Therese McKenney-Campbell cuts her hair to raise funds for BreastWest and Ovarian Cancer
Tuesday 20th September 2011 - Rotary Club of Southbank
On the 25th June 2000 at 3.30 pm, the lives of Josh Wood (aged 18), his Mother, his family and close friends were changed forever as a result of a near fatal injury Josh suffered when he broke his neck and crushed his spinal cord in a snow board jumping accident at Mount Buller.
13th September 2011 - Special Breakfast with Andrew McLeod - CEO of the Committee of Melbourne
A Melbourne based global Secretariat has been given the honour of being awarded custodianship of the PSI and will be leading the charge to support greater social investment and more sustainable solutions to poverty alleviation
9th September 2011
As part of Melbourne’s Annual Indonesian Festival, you are invited to be present at the Garuda Indonesian Night.
Book through the Rotary Club of Glenferrie and support the Sumba Eye Care Program.
4 September 2011
Information providers from BreastScreen Victoria, Diabetes Australia, the Asthma Foundation, as well as on melanoma awareness, ovarian cancer, bowel scan, leisure and lifestyle, and more, as well as free blood pressure and blood sugar testing
Topics: rotary club of keilor
28 August, 2011
On Tuesday August 16th 2011 Rotary Club of Rochester will be conducting the annual Farm and Road Safety Exposition at the Rochester Recreation Reserve Rochester.
Now in its 12th year, the event FARSE provides a day of educating Safety on the road,water,farm,household to numbers of schoolchildren from schools within 100km radius of Rochester.
With numbers of students attending in excess of 1000 over the day this event is considered a very worthy event in educating Safety to children
A very comprehensive Police Display along with support from all Emergency Services combined with local Business ‘s adds to the success of the day.
The event is fully open to the public at no charge, with all Rotarians and Friends fully invited to the day.
A free Barbeque Lunch adds to the spirit of the event. Open from 10.00 a most beneficial event for all ages.
9 August 2011
The first Meeting of the Provisional Rotary Club of Elsternwick was held on 18 March 1997. Since it was chartered on 28 May 1997 the he Rotary Club of Elsternwick has provided significant support to Rotary International and our local community.
The Club Closed on 30 June 2011. Come and celebrate the life and times of this great club. Read more
8 August 2011
Do you know someone between 18-30 who is a student or staff member at Monash University who would enjoy opportunities for professional development, making new friends and undertaking community service? Rotaract offers exactly those opportunities. An Interest Meeting for a prospective Rotaract Club at Monash University (Caulfield), hosted by the Rotary Club of Caulfield will be held at the University on 8 August.
Although the Club will be based at the Monash Caulfield Campus, membership is open not only to students and staff at all Monash Campuses, but to any person between 18-30 who is interested in the Rotaract objectives.
6 August 2011
Experience a terrific night's entertainment with former Australian Fast Bowler Rodney Hogg and Bulldoga' Champion Doug Hawkins. Along with MC Kevin Hillier and comedian Warren Jackman.
Enjoy some amusing anecdotes and tall stories concerning AFL and Cricket.
5 August 2011
The District 9800 GSE TEAM of 2011 have returned home from Texas, unpacked their bags and have put their boots away
Come and join in the fun at their WELCOME HOME DINNER
29 July 2011 commencing at 8.00 PM
Darebin Arts & Entertainment Centre
Cnr Bell Street & St.Georges Road Preston Vic 3072- Melways Ref.map 30 E 1
Fundraing Suppoer & Auction for Klibur Domin - East Timor - A centre for the relief of suffering
Come & enjoy a gourmet supper prepared by two of Melbourne’s best loved Chef’s – Andrew & Matt McConnell