There are many events held across our District and by Rotary International.
The 2018 Rotary International Convention, organised by Rotary International, will take place at the Toronto Hilton Hotel in Toronto, Canada. A global city, Toronto is an international centre of business, finance, arts, and culture, and widely recognised as one of the most multicultural and cosmopolitan cities in the world. This makes it a perfect venue to bring together Rotarians from around the world.
Fri 25th May 2018 to Sunday 27th May 2018
This international youth program simulates the workings of the United Nations Assembly by having two senior students from a number of schools represent a particular UN country in debates on matters of world political and social concern.
Youth Exchange students can also participate. The assembly is about building bridges of goodwill for world peace and understanding through a personal involvement in the acceptance of situations that reflect the opinion of ‘adopted’ countries. Students are challenged by the opportunities of extended research, debating and public speaking skills by addressing a wide range of contemporary and world-focussed issues. The program extends over a weekend and it is chaired and judged by Rotarians.
Hosted by Rotary Club of Essendon
WHEN Tues 10 April 2018 6:30pm for 7pm start
WHERE Waterloo Cup Hotel, 252 Maribyrnong Rd, Moonee Ponds
COST $45 pp 3 Course meal, Drinks at bar prices
RSVP Monday 26 March
For further information: Roger Leask 0412 706 566 or Jane Carbone 0417329 005
Lien holds a Bachelor of Optometry from the University of Melbourne and Master of Optometry from the University of NSW. She has experience working in low-income settings internationally as well as throughout Australia. In 2013 she was awarded the inaugural D9800 Global Grant from the Rotary Foundation to study a Master of Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She has since worked at Indigenous Eye Health , and now manages 2 delightful tots as well as our Project EndTrachoma by 2020
RI President Ian H.S. Riseley will host six presidential peacebuilding conferences in 2018 to explore the connection between peace and Rotary’s five other areas of focus plus environmental sustainability. By focusing on the areas where Rotary does its most significant work, the series seeks to:
For a list of all 6 Conferences go to: https://my.rotary.org/en/news-media/office-president/presidential-conferences
SYDNEY - 17th March 2018 - Earlybird special ends 13 December 2017
Friday 16th March 2018
Organised by the International Fellowship of Cricketing Rotarians
All Rotarians attending the conference are invited to play in this cricket match at Dennington Oval.
Tony Plant, who is a member of the fellowship, is organising the match. He would like to see as many conference attenders as possible take part.
This will be an ideal opportunity to introduce newcomers to our wonderful fellowship.
The game will commence at 11am and conclude in time for all to attend the conference opening.
Please advise Tony about your participation in the game as soon as possible on 0408 590 589.
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.
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.
Camps for 2017-18
The Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment (RYPEN) in Rotary International District 9800 is a Youth Leadership conference for young people who are between 15 and 17 AND are year 9, 10 and 11 students. The conference is a weekend long camp designed at developing young people’s potential through a mixture of lecture style sessions and adventure-based learning.
Date: Saturday 28 October, 2017
Time: 10.00am – 11.30am
Presentation by On to Convention Chair, Kevin Beagle (RC Port Melb) a Toronto local who has attended many International Conventions. He will give insights into making the most of your trip, local highlights and the many options available for extended travel
Come and find out how you can join other Rotarians from around the world in Toronto Canada for the RI Convention
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.
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
Saturday 19th – Sunday 20th August 2017 (Conference runs 1 pm Sat. till 1 pm Sun)
Rowers on Cooks River (adjacent to Sydney Airport)
Sponsored by Rotary District 9675
Sunday 25th June 2017, 11.30 for 12 noon
The Rotary Club of Brighton invites you and your partner to join District Governor Neville John and Rebecca and Incoming District Governor Peter Frueh and Anne in an afternoon of fellowship and entertainment.
RACV City Club, 17th Floor, 501 Bourke Street, Cost: $79.00 per person (includes wine, beer, sod drinks, two course lunch)
RSVP by 13 June 2017 Bookings: www.rotarybrighton.com.au/events
Dress: Lounge suit Enquiries: Lauren McMaster Phone: 9514 3430 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Central location with excellent access to public transport. Parking on site at cost of $21.40 per vehicle.
The 2017 Rotary International Convention is in Atlanta, Georgia from 10-14 June.
Top 5 reasons to go: (1) Meet the most inspiring people in the world; (2) Strengthen your club and your passion for Rotary; (3) Join The Rotary Foundation centenary celebration; (4) Explore the American South; and (5) Enjoy special tours and events offered by the Host Organization Committee!
May 31, 2017, The Atlantic, Central Pier, Docklands.
Since the Rotary Foundation was established in 1917, the foundation has spent more than US$3 billion on Programs and Projects to improve the lives of millions of people worldwide.
With 100 years of service to the community, it's time to celebrate and bring members of the community together with Rotarians from right across Australia wide for a Gala Fundraising Dinner, held right here in Melbourne (the home of the 1st Rotary Club in Australia - Rotary Club of Melbourne).
The Rotary Club of Southbank is proud to host this Centennial Foundation Dinner and auction and along with corporate sponsors and the Australian Rotary Districts have set the challenge of raising AU$1,000,000 in contributions and bequests which will help set up the foundation for an even more exciting 100 years and beyond.
"Shine On" is an outstanding annual Australia-wide Rotary recognition program acknowledging exceptional service to others by people with disabilities.
Clubs may nominate people who meet the criteria and all nominees will receive recognition with a Certificate of Commendation. The 'Shine On' recognition acknowledges service to the community by people with disabilities.
An Invitation to a very special event, help us celebrate shipping the 500th container this century
We are opening the Store on a Saturday to give the people who can’t attend during the week the opportunity to see our Districts largest hands-on project and to get a full understanding of the volume and type of goods that are available for their Club Projects. Our focus is on giving working people and country Clubs the opportunity to visit, but everyone is welcome.
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