The Rotary Club of Mosman held its annual Changeover dinner on Friday evening, June 25th and at the same time celebrated its 60th anniversary. MC for the night was Past President Di McKenzie, with introductory Rotary toasts performed by Ruth Thompson and Past President Dominique Rabu. On behalf of District […]
This recent publication celebrates 100 Years of Rotary in Australia, New Zealand and surrounding islands and has some wonderful stories of Rotarians and their projects. Interplast was formed as a partnership between the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and Rotary to operate on disadvantaged children with facial disfigurations in the […]
Emily Rice was our candidate for a Rotary District 9685 Global Grant Scholarship. She won a Scholarship for US$30,000 to study for her Masters in International Affairs, with a specialization in International Conflict Resolution at Columbia University. She will commence her studies this August. She is currently working at an NGO […]
Last Tuesday we had a very interesting presentation from Denise Ward on the Crows Nest Dementia Café, a program supported by 4 Rotary Clubs. Here are two links which readers may wish to access to learn more about this topic – both are free courses from University of Tasmania being […]
Incoming Rotary International President Shekhar Mehta has urged members to become more involved in service projects, saying that caring for and serving others is the best way to live because it changes not only other people’s lives, but also our own. Mehta participated in initiatives that brought artificial limbs to […]
Wheelchairs For Kids Overseas- the life of a child can be transformed for $200 Wheelchairs For Kids [WFK] is a Rotary charity based in Perth. 150 volunteers manufacture and distribute wheelchairs to needy, disabled children across the globe. No charge is made either to the children or the organisations, such as World […]
In response to Rotary Club of Mosman’s Living for Climate project call, a number of Australians have made pledges to reduce their carbon footprint. The entries are being sorted out and winners will be announced soon.