The Rotary Club of Mosman



Calendar

15/04                   Lindsay May – 2023 Sydney Hobart Race

15/04                   Jenny May – AG Visit

22/04                   Jen Benfield – Melanoma Institute – Talk & Big Cheque Presentation

25/04                   ANZAC Day – Public Holiday

29/04                   Michelle Povah, COO – Women & Children First – Big Cheque Presentation

 

May

01/05                   Board Meeting & Dinner – Mosman Rowers

04/05                   Mosman Markets

04/05                   2024-2025 District Assembly – Western Sydney University, Kingswood

06/05                   Club Forum & Board Meeting Update

13/05                   Speaker to be Confirmed

20/05                   Speaker to be Confirmed

25-29/05            Rotary International Conference – Singapore

27/05                   Speaker to be Confirmed

 

 

 


Latest News

North Shore Community Forum – 12th April

President James and PP Barry hosting a stall at the event organised by local State MP, Felicity Wilson Several T Towels and jigsaws sold raising almost $300.
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Monday’s Speaker – PDG Lindsay May on his Sydney Hobart Yacht Races

PDG Lindsay has participated in the annual Sydney Hobart Yacht Race for the last 50 years - the only sailor to achieve this fantastic milestone. He will be speaking about the various adventures he has encountered in this challenging event.
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MOSMAN MARKETS 6 APRIL 2024

A very successful selling day given the bad weather forecast the day before ….we made around $800 with combined sales of Jigsaws and Mosman Tea Towels, including two donations.  Thanks for fellow Rotarians who volunteered on the day. Pictured L to R – Treasurer Derek, PP Di, Rotarian Ross, Susie
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DINEOUT ON 5TH APRIL

13 members and partners spent a pleasant evening at Attentive Thai Fusion  
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ANZAC DAY DINNER – 23RD APRIL

Members are invited to a special ANZAC Day dinner: Would you like to attend our special ANZAC dinner on Tuesday 23rd April 6.00 p.m. for 6.30 p.m. Roseville Golf Club, Links Avenue, Roseville.   The special program: 6.00 to 6.30 p.m. Fellowship 6.35 p.m. We gather outside under a flag
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Another update on ONELAND

A message from OneLand’s Susie Agoston: We had great success last weekend - the truck left on Monday morning and everything was delivered to two communities by Tuesday morning. We hired a van for the extra donations, storing them at a friend’s garage until 20 April when I’ll be driving
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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR HARDING-MILLER SCHOLARS

Tabitha and Olivia have had the benefit of our club’s contribution to the Harding-Miller program of support to girls needing support as they progress through High School. They are great examples of the benefits and success of the program.
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CHANGE OF VENUE FOR OUR SOCIAL DINNER ON FRIDAY 5 APRIL!

Dear Members, Families and Friends, After some deliberation it has been decided to change our venue for the Social Dinner on Friday 5 April to ATTENTIVE THAI FUSION, which has a more extensive and less expensive menu and offers more flexibility with our group booking than the restaurant first selected.
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Mosman Market – Saturday 6th April

Ross and Therese are organizing our ongoing presence at the Saturday markets. WE will have a stall there on Saturday 6th April to promote our club and Rotary and to sell some jigsaws and tea towels. Ross will be producing a time table for helpers in the next week so
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Monday’s Speaker – CJ Manjarres-Wahlberg – MV Cape Don Museum & Training Ship

  The MV Cape Don Unlocking human potential through connection with and greater understanding of our unique learning and development environment, the heritage ship, the MV Cape Don. Our Mission To educate, inspire and explore the past to inform our future providing a unique community hub for social and economic
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ONELAND DELIVERY TO BREWARRINA NSW

Following on from the presentation on ONELAND a few weeks ago and our donation to help with transport costsPP Di has submitted the following: Susie Agoston , ONELAND, is a Mosman resident who co-ordinates deliveries of goods to the remote community of Brewarrina NSW. Pictured here is PP Di with
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Guest Speaker on Tuesday 5 July was PDG Kalma

Our Guest Speaker on Tuesday 5 July was PDG Kalma, very well known to our club. Kalma presented us with an overview of the Regionalisation Project Zone 8, currently being considered as a project by Rotary International. Zone 8 comprises Australia, New Zealand, and Pacific Island countries.  The project, should
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Monday’s speaker – Jessica Ledieu, School for Life Foundation

SCHOOL FOR LIFE WORKS IN RURAL UGANDA WHERE, WITH YOUR HELP, WE HAVE MADE A REAL IMPACT WITH OUR COMMUNITY-LED PROJECTS IN EDUCATION, HEALTH AND EMPLOYMENT SOLUTIONS.  We’re a little charity making a big impact! Your generosity and the generosity of people around the world helped us establish Katuuso Primary
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BUSH DANCE FUNDRAISER – MAY 4TH

We’re inviting you to a night of fun and entertainment, experiencing classic Australian Outback folk culture with a modern twist! Whether you’re still wearing-in your boots, or you’re a well-heeled tapper and twirler, this is set to be a hoot and a half! TIME: 7:00 – 7:15 pm for a 7:30pm
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LATEST NEWS OF THE HERA PRE-SCHOOL PROJECT

The project continues with a probable completion date of mid to late April. Graeme, Barry, Richard and Ward are now looking into the final fit out and provision of furniture and equipment.
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Dine Out at AUGUST THE OLD PLACE – Friday 5th April

WE are holding a fellowship event on Friday 5th April between 6pm and 9pm at local restaurant - August The Old Place. Unless we have more than 20 attendees, ordering will be a la carte - see sample menu below. Wine is BYO. We will be trying to gauge numbers
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The Taldumande Family Dinner Fundraiser – Ivy Ballroom on 21 March at 6.30pm.

PP Mark Wallis would like to invite members to share his table at The Taldumande Family Dinner Fundraiser taking place on March 21st. Full details are below and on the Taldemunde website. Please contact PP Mark to make arrangements to attend: Special guests, comedy legend Mickey Robbins and the 'Original
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Mosman Rotary Tea Towel – Launch at Mosman Market

After considerable work our new fundraiser was launched at Mosman Market on Saturday. PP Di with some input from Dom, James and Derek organized a supply for sale at the market. Sales of both jigsaws and towels have been steady raising a total of $1405.  
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Monday’s Speaker – Susie Agoston – OneLand

OneLand is a local initiative which - respects and treasures the 120,000 years of knowledge and heritage in Australia  - promotes reconciliation and Indigenous social justice and humanitarian objectives through sports, education and the arts.  - opens an awareness to situations that may generally be misinterpreted or misunderstood.  - brings
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Chèque présentation to Mary’s House

A great outline of the background and services of Mary’s House by Janine Wood. Followed by Community Sévices Director Ruth and President James presenting a half share of the Xmas Raffle proceeds.
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Our Projects

Musical Soiree 15th September 2023

Books in Homes in Northern NSW Macleay River Region

Rotary Peace Fellowship

Mosman Art Gallery for the Mosman Youth Art Prize for 2022

Women and Children First – Helping domestic abuse and homelessness victims

Donation Cheque presented to Bear Cottage.

Tonga Tsunami Relief Fund

Pacific Dermatology Project

AUSTRALIA DAY BBQ – BALMORAL

Donation to ENGINEERING AID AUSTRALIA

CHRISTMAS RAFFLE 2021

Mobile phone support for women in refuges

Donation of refurbished IT equipment to Mary’s House

Rotary Charity Collection Box at the airport

Play for Australia

SUPPORT FOR VIETNAM – KN95 face masks

TIMOR-LESTE FLOOD RELIEF

Jigsaw Puzzle of Mosman 1890’s to 2020’s

Living For Climate

MODEL UNITED NATIONS ASSEMBLY 2021


About Us

Rotary Club of Mosman

Our club has been a leading service organisation on the North Shore of Sydney since it was formed over 60 years ago. We are completing sixty years on 1st January 2021.

Members contribute their time, energy and passion to sustainable, long term projects both within Australia and across the globe. Each project has its own specific humanitarian aims but common to all is a desire to make the world a better place. Examples include disease prevention and treatment, disaster relief, water and sanitation, etc.


Come and see us

We look forward to meeting you and helping you explore the exciting world of Rotary

secretary@mosmanrotary.org.au,  Mobile:0447791218

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