The Boroondara Farmers' Market is a joint project of the Rotary Club of Glenferrie and the City of Boroondara for the benefit of the community
The Rotary Club of Glenferrie has joined a Rotary project to assist those affected by the devastating bushfires in Gippsland. Joining with Rotarians and clubs in Rotary District 9820, the club has made an initial donation of $5,000 to the Rotary appeal for bushfire relief. In March, a team comprising members and friends of the club will travel to Gippsland to join with fellow Rotarians and other community groups to assist with clean-up and other recovery activities. The District 9820 led project is just one of many projects being led by Rotarians in bushfire devastated regions.
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The first day of Autumn heralded the annual Clean Up Australia event at Patterson Reserve, this time ably led by Alex Marshall of the Community Service Team, with Robert and Miffy Hogan taking charge of the superb BBQ afterwards. Intrepid club members were joined by volunteer members of the public and wasted no time in getting to work. “It’s amazing what you find stuffed into the plants in the carpark”, said one clean up volunteer, whilst those nearby tried not to look.
This year there actually didn’t seem to be as much rubbish as in the past which, given the heavy use Patterson Reserve, the hockey fields and surrounding parklands are subject to, is really very pleasing. Of course it wouldn't be a Rotary event without a BBQ afterwards, and noone was disappointed on that account.Read more...
The Rotary Club of Glenferrie has been awarded a District Community Grant from The Rotary Foundation to assist with a Bike Rescue Vocational Service project at the Yiyili Aboriginal Community School in northern Western Australia. Vocational training is a very important part of the education of these students and this program will aid their transition into community life. More information in the Bulletin ExtraRead more...
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Australian Rotary Health, founded by Rotarian Ian Scott and the Rotary Club of Mornington in 1981, is one of the largest independent funders of mental health research in Australia. In addition to mental health research, ARH provides funding for research into a broad range of general health areas, provides scholarships for rural medical and nursing students, as well as indigenous health scholars. The Australian Rotary Health Facts Booklet is now available online.Read more...
Rotary Club of Glenferrie Receives Rotary International Citation
Rotary International has announced that the Rotary Club of Glenferrie has been awarded a Rotary International Presidential Citation with Gold Distinction for 2018-2019 in recognition of outstanding achievement over the year. The award recognises achievements in three specific areas:
- Support and strengthen clubs
- Focus and strengthen humanitarian service
- Enhance public image and awareness
Congratulations to Rotarians everywhere on the wonderful work being done globally to make the world a better place, and special congratulations to Past Present Charles, the Club Board for 2018-2019, and every Glenferrie Rotarian for this recognition for a job well done!
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489 Glenferrie Road Kooyong, VIC 3144
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Glenferrie is within the inner eastern suburb of Hawthorn, 6km from the centre of Melbourne.
Upcoming Club Events
Tuesday Match 24th, 2020, Club Meeting, Kooyong. CANCELLED
Tuesday March 31st, 2020. Club Meeting, Kooyong. CANCELLED
Tuesday April 7th - Club Meeting via ZOOM. Speaker: TBA
Tuesday April 14th - The Next Three Years. Facilitator Warwick Cavell, President Rotary Club of Melbourne Central
Tuesday April 21st - Club Meeting Kooyong. Speaker: Dianne Sides The Boroondara Family Network
Tuesday April 28th - Club Meeting Kooyong. Speaker: TBA
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