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that loves helping people while having a good time doing it
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Business Breakfasts Our Business Breakfasts are very
popular with everyone from a wide range of
business attendees to our local secondary
school students. The Breakfasts raise
funds for both local and overseas
projects that we support.
Please join us at the next one.
Fighting Polio The fight to end polio will receive an
additional US$43.6 million boost from Rotary
in support of polio immunization activities.
The eradication initiative focuses on stopping
polio in the three countries where the virus
remains endemic: Afghanistan, Nigeria,
Safe House East Timor Violence against women is a significant
problem in Timor-Leste (East Timor).
Our club supports the project that has
built a safe house for women to provide refuge
and support to those at threat. I houses 60 women
and trains then in skils that will aid them
to become independent.
Bill Gates The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
work with Rotary to eradicate Polio world wide.
The foundation is a key supporter of the GPEI,
which is spearheaded by national governments,
the World Health Organization (WHO),
Rotary International and
the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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8 June, 2021
Living with Covid in Germany
The power of zoom was once again demonstrated as we heard from our
Guest Speaker this week, zooming in from Marburg in central Ger-many. It was
very interesting to hear about the personal experiences of someone in
another country going through the same traumatic time of dealing with
coronavirus and its impact.
18 May, 2021
The Police have arrived
Kevin Bridle, Youth Resource Officer, and Paul Clarke, Crime Scene Officer, shared some insights with us from their policing experience in the local area.
16 April, 2021
This year we supported local ANZAC Day services at Emerald, Boronia and Bayswater, with the laying of flowers by Club members at each of these services on behalf of our Rotary Club.
20 April, 2021
Building Stronger Communities Grant
This program provides Federal funds to improve local community participation and vibrancy.
It is exciting news for the Club that the application for a $16,000 grant through this scheme has been approved. This is in addition to $3000 from Knox Minor grants.
Congratulations to Marg, Ian and Heather for all the work that went into completing documentation, and for the assistance of other Club members in organising quotations for the work that will be done.
This grant will be spent on refurbishing the kitchen in the Ferntree Gully Guide Hall, which will be of great benefit to all the groups who use this hall, in particular the Girl Guides and Foothills Community Care.
30 March, 2021
Santa Sacks for Backpacks4Kids
After a quick dinner (thank you Corinne) all Club members were able
to lend a hand in a production line completing Santa sacks. These Santa
sacks will be used by Backpacks 4 VIC Kids when they distribute Christmas
gifts to children in out-of-home care. Last year they required 4000 Santa
sacks, so it is a great idea to be working on this early in the year. It was
wonderful to be joined by DG Alma too..
We are a vibrant community based volunteer service club and welcome visitors at our weekly club meetings. If you'd like to come and join us for dinner one evening please feel most welcome! Please contact
Murray Wilson (President) on 0402 088 999 or Kevin Harrison (Vice President) on 0419 919 011 to make arrangements.
Our Meetings are Held every Tuesday
6:30pm for 7:00pm Start
On 2nd and 4th Tuesdays On Zoom - Contact President
Murray for details Mobile 0402 088 999