Welcome to edition two of our newsletter.
We are 6 weeks into the new Rotary year and 3 weeks (half-way) into Stage 4 lock-down in Melbourne, Victoria.
The consensus is that this second round of lock-down has been harder on most than the first round.
We are trying to provide some support to the community at this tough time by way of connection.
One such initiative is the In Balance Wheels of Wellness Webinars that was launched at the start of round two of lock-down.
"Surround yourself with people who inspire you to do better" by Robyn Williams
Joining Rotary Club of Southbank was the best decision I made in 2018 where I've met amazing Rotarians who have inspired me to be better and do better for the community. In some way or the other, it has ignited my faith in humanity and inspired me to take action.
As a new member, I have received tremendous support from President Amritpal Singh and members of the club which is amazing. Wit...
This year, under the leadership of President Liam Jones, Rotary Southbank has achieved a large number of successes.
Read on to learn more about some of them.
This year, we revived our guest speakers programme where we had over 20+ speakers who came to our club to speak on various topics, projects and food for thought ideas.
Other highlights of the year included:
Fishing trip on 23rd January 2018 as a club social event.
Club Planning Day on 28th Ap...
Each week, the Rotary Club of Southbank, Melbourne, Australia gathers either for a dinner meeting at the Belgian Beer Cafe or various community project, social or networking events.
Our meetings consist of either guest speakers, opportuinities to plan projects of community benefit and catch up with friends.
Visitors to the club are always welcome, particularly non-Rotarians.
Rotary is where you can meet people equally passionate about helping out their commuity, share ideas and...
I was tired of feeling like there were issues i...