A ‘One off’ Event
Rotary Albert Park invites all Rotary Clubs in Victoria to this unique event to join us at an evening of fun and excitement (never before experienced) to raise funds and celebrate 100 years of The Rotary Foundation.
The Melbourne Star have agreed to light up the wheel in Rotary colours for the night of 22nd April 2018. This will be a promotion of Rotary on that evening…visible from all around Melbourne and the environs. The Melbourne Star will be dedicated to Rotary only and the audience is Rotary club members, their families and friends.
Steven Aqulina, Rotary Club of Southbank
In the spirit of our RI Theme this year: ”Rotary Making a Difference”, I wish to share with you some exciting news about a new global fellowship that is in the process of being charted with Rotary International and how you can be part of this opportunity for a more diverse and inclusive Rotary.
Our Rotary clubs across the world comprise of committed, passionate people of all sorts of backgrounds, cultures, faiths, political beliefs, personalities and vocations with the common motivation of doing good in the world through service above self. Amongst us are the LGBTIQ+ Rotarians and Rotaractors (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer, Questioning and other sexualities) who are a part of this diverse and rich tapestry of our membership.
Friday 19th January, 2018
$40 PER PERSON | 6.00PM - 10.30PM
Includes 3 course buffet, harness racing, entertainment, silent auction, raffles and all proceeds supporting local Cancer charities. CORPORATE PACKAGES AVAILABLE
Rotary Club of Melton Valley
Bronwyn Stephens, District Governor Elect
Jason Ball and I have been Rotary mates since Jason joined RC Prahran two years ago.
As 2017 Victorian Young Australian of the Year he is impressive, but once I got to know Jason's back story I was even more impressed. He is an ambassador for Beyond Blue because he spends countless days in schools telling his story of being welcomed as a gay footballer in a generally homophobic environment.
As I journeyed with him I promised to stand beside him in the Pride March. That was before the plebiscite and marriage equality. The Pride March represents inclusiveness for all aspects of our community. I believe it is right that Rotarians walk with families, the police, and other organisations. We will wear rainbows and a heart over our heart as we are honoured to be led by Jason.
The next Swimland Great Australia Day Swim is being held on Friday, January 26 2018. Presented by The Rotary Club of Brighton, the opportunity to enter the open water events or junior dash for this iconic Aussie event and FUNdraise for some worthy causes. All proceeds from the Swimland Great Australia Day Swim will be used by Rotary to support charities and community organisations providing support to disadvantaged children and youths. These include: Swim Vietnam and BayCISS
21st November 2017 7.15am for 7.30am (until 9am)
RACV City Club, Level 17, 501 Bourke Street, Melbourne
The 25th Rotary Foundation Paul Harris Breakfast, hosted by the Rotary Club of Central Melbourne will have as this years' keynote speaker: Daniel Flynn.
"Driven, resourceful and determined, Daniel Flynn is one of Australia’s most successful entrepreneurs under the age of 30."
He is the founder and managing director of the social enterprise Thankyou, which has given more than $5.5 million to help end global poverty.
Southbank Rotary to Host Business Breakfast at Crown Palladium, 7-9am Thursday, 16th November, 2017
Rapid advancements in technology, globalisation and consumer behaviour is changing not just the nature of business, but also the workforce. The millennial generation are tech natives with different expectations from their job and the world around them. Join us for a breakfast seminar with a keynote by Toll Group Managing Director, Michael Byrne, discussing global trends in transport and logistics, and how Toll mentors and taps into the potential of millennials.
8th November, 2017
Rotary has organised the pre-release showing of the Kenneth Branagh movie "Murder on the Orient Express" with a star studded cast on November 8th to enable clubs to hold a special fundraising event.
There are two opportunities to attend in Melbourne – cost $20 per head with $10 going to End Polio Now.
Join the Rotary Club of Maryborough, Disrtrict 9780 for a great day of cycling through the undulating foothills of the Pyrenees Ranges.
The Blue Pyrenees Magic Ride is a boutique cycling event with a relaxed, non-competitive atmosphere.
The ride has two distance options, starting and finishing on the spectacular grounds of the Blue Pyrenees Estate winery.
Choose from either a 113km or 46km ride loop, exploring townships of Moonambel, Landsborough, Elmhurst, Amphitheatre and Avoca.
For full details and to secure your entry visit https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/blue-pyrenees-magic-ride-on-public-holiday-friday-29917-tickets-34195775485
This is another charity event by the Rotary Club of Maryborough.
Profits from this event will be allocated to community projects that need assistance in Maryborough and District.
4-10 September 2017
National Stroke Week is the Stroke Foundation’s annual awareness campaign. This year with the help of Medtronic International, the Stroke Foundation is focussing on delivering a grass roots campaign in regional and rural communities.
Stroke kills more women than breast cancer and more men than prostate cancer. It is one of the leading causes or adult disability in Australia.More than 80 percent of strokes can be prevented.
Over 4.1 million Australians suffer from high blood pressure, a key risk factor for stroke. The lower your blood pressure, the lower your risk of stroke.
Bringing the spotlight on stroke in September, we need your help to reach Australians with lifesaving messages on how they can identify the signs of stroke as well as reduce their own risk of stroke.
Depending on which activity you nominate, we will provide your designated contact with a detailed Coordinator Kit filled with tools, tips and ideas to assist in the planning of your clubs activity. This will be sent in March/April. Closer to Stroke Week a promotional kit including resources, media release, posters and merchandise will be sent to your designated contact to assist with local promotion.
Postie Bike Tours Rotary Club of Daylesford 26-27 August.
Travel the byways and backroads of this magical region, staying in quaint old mining towns from the gold rush era of the 1800s. Get off the beaten track, ride through magnificent forests and visit some of the most awesome natural treasures Victoria has to offer.
The Rotary Club of Caulfield Inc has a long history of arts related projects from fundraising art shows, to dance and music concerts and support for the visual arts through its establishment and maintained connection with the Glen Eira Artists' Society Inc.
The first of these themed exhibitions will be the Art of Dance Exhibition -3-20 August, 2017.
There is Free Admission and it is at the Glen Eira City Council Gallery Annexe
Cnr. Hawthorn and Glen Eira Roads, Caulfield.
Hours are 10am to 5pm Monday to Friday, 1pm to 5pm Saturdays and Sundays
Enjoy an exciting night of harness racing while helpoing out local community projects. Take part in the Rotary Club of Melton & Melton Valley's annual Charity race Night to help raise funds for Combined Churches Caring Melton (Foodbank). The Gap on Graham (Melton Youth Services), Cancer Council (Melton Relay for Life)
Friday 20th October at TABCorp Park, Melton.
Sponsorship opportunities now available. Brendan Richards on 0418 883 550 or Paul Butler on 0400 661 630
Presented by Rotary Club of Brimbank Central together with the Gateway Super Cluster Clubs
August 22nd at Taylors Lakes Hotel in the Starlight Room
Free to all interested parties..
Featuring Jimmy Bartel, former Geelong FC Kristy MacKellar family violence speaker Snr Sgt Helen Chugg, Victoria Police
This is a free event. for further information contact David at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, 22 September, 2017; 7am for 7.15am start; 9am finish. Full Buffet Breakfast
Guest Speaker — Neil Roberts - He had the matinee idol looks, he was a champion footballer and the 1958 Brownlow medallist. He made his way as a leading physical education teacher, journalist, commentator and a star of the sportsmen's night circuit. He even spent 18 months living in Antarctica. About all he didn't do was coach, although he was sorely tempted by Carlton in 1976.
David Hayes with his wife Kristine invite you to join them on an educational, philanthropic and fun tour to Cambodia. You will visit all the significant sites and some of the unique not so frequently travelled sites.
Destination Siam Reap – Tonle Sap Lake – Phnom Penh 14 days/13 nights — Tour Date 10th – 23rd January 2018
Cost A$3,700 includes airfares, all meals, accommodation and land travel and part donation towards Cambodia projects that you will visit; depending upon air-fare costs at time of booking.
David Hayes 0418 971016
Rotaract District 9800 is pleased to invite you to OurSpace 2017 at Fitzroy Town Hall, supported by our major sponsor Yarra City Council.
When: Saturday 12th August 2017
Where: Fitzroy Town Hall, 201 Napier St., Fitzroy
Time: 6:30pm for a 7:00pm start till 12:30am
Event cost: from $35
TICKETS AVALIABLE NOW:
The Rotary Club of Diamond Creek Inc. cordially invites you, your partner and guests to:
A Night with Rotary International President Ian Riseley and Juliet.
Join us at the Plenty Ranges Arts and Convention Centre, 35 Ferres Boulevard South Morang (Melway 183 A10)
Saturday 22nd July 2017 6.30pm for 7.00pm Start
The Rotary Club of Melbourne is very pleased to continue our decade of support for the Smith Family ‘Learning for Life’ program in 2017. Early next week Bicycle Network will go “live” in announcing the 2017 Around the Bay bike riding event. Please note in your diaries the Sunday 8 October date.