Stephen Humphreys (Judith)
District Governor 2016-17
National Skills Week
Aug 29, 2016 – Sep 04, 2016
District Grant Applications Close
Aug 31, 2016
Rotary Zone Institute
Penrith PanthersSep 01, 2016 – Sep 03, 2016
Sydney Olympic Park LodgeSep 09, 2016 – Sep 11, 2016
Australian Transplant Games
Western SydneySep 24, 2016 – Oct 01, 2016
Concord Rotary Club 60th Anniversary Celebration
Concord Function CentreSep 24, 2016
6:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Australian Rotary Health Hat Day
Oct 07, 2016
Australian Rotary Health Race Day
Hawkesbury Race ClubOct 09, 2016
Australian Rotaract Conference
Oct 15, 2016 – Oct 16, 2016
Posted by Dot Hennessy on Aug 15, 2016
Almost 200 Rotarians, partners and friends from Rotary Clubs between Corrimal and Berry gathered at the Dapto Leagues Club on Wednesday night last week to hear a presentation by Rotarian Ken Hutt of the Rotary Club of Berry.
Mountain challenge: Ken Hutt, from the Rotary Club of Berry, launches his paraglider from the summit of the world's sixth highest mountain, to help promote Rotary's bid to eradicate polio worldwide.
There is Hope Blanket Project - an initiative of the Rotary Club of Rockdale City Sydney
Providing blankets for the homeless and disadvantaged, in partnership with Qantas, Lawrence Dry Cleaners, and Kennard’s Self Storage, Kingsgrove for those in need, whether local or overseas.
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