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Belgian Beer Café, 5 Riverside Quay, Southbank

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How the 'Little Things' make a BIG difference

Posted by Jaqui O'Donohoe on 23 January 2020
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On Tues the 21st Jan Rotary Southbank welcomed Faezeh Parkes to our meeting, along with numerous other guests to learn about childrenseechildrendo.org. This is a non-profit organisation providing creative resources, education and awareness for parents, children and professionals with a goal to have ZERO violence against children. It was a very entertaining night with three children co-hosting with Faezeh Jessica, Zoe and Lottie. We were introduced to the 'worry dolls' that are s...

Children See Children Do - Faezeh Parkes

Posted by Stuart McArthur on 17 January 2020
Southbank Rotary Meeting - 21st January, 2020 At this week's meeting, we will have as our guest speaker Faezeh Parkes (pronounced Fye-Zeh) talk to us about a new organisation she has founded, called "Children See Children Do." Children See Children Do is a non-profit organization which provides creative resources, education and awareness for parents, children, advocates and professionals in relation to domestic violence. Their vision is to realise the goals of the United N...

Rotary Southbank to Welcome Toastmasters

Posted by Stuart McArthur on 16 January 2020
Toastmasters International and Rotary International have announced a new partnership that will bring together the strengths of these two century old organisations, sharing what we be both value (connecting communities), with our own specialities: Rotary (Community Service) and ToastMasters (Personal Development). Together, Rotary and Toastmasters can not only connect you with leadership skills in your career and your passions, but also share and foster thoese ideas to help make the world ...

Youth Referral and Independent Person Program

Posted by Jasmin Dhillön on 23 August 2019
Earlier this month the Rotary club of Southbank hosted Lyndon from the Youth Referral and Independent Person Program (YRIPP). YRIPP is funded by the Victorian Government and is based at the Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY), YRIPP is delivered in partnership with the Youth Affairs Council of Victoria, Community Legal Centres and Victoria Police. YRIPP is the first program in Victoria to set up a state wide infrastructure for the provision of Independent Persons to young per...

5 Clubs 4 Clusters 1 Combined Meeting

Posted by Stuart McArthur on 18 June 2019
Across the world, there are thousands of Rotary Clubs. Each are independent and have their own local projects, but it is when they connect with other clubs and share ideas, they can learn new ways of doing things, create opportunities to do things differently and have a greater impact. So it was on Monday 17th June, 2019, when members of the Rotary Clubs of Port Melbourne, Southbank, North Melbourne, Glen Eira and Bentleigh Moorabbin Central came together for a combined meeting at the ...

Club meeting next week to be combined with Rotary Club of Port Melbourne on Monday Night

Posted by Stuart McArthur on 12 June 2019
Note change of venue and date Monday 17th June, 2019 - 6 for 6.30pm Cricketers Arms Hotel, 69 Cruickshank St, Port Melbourne One of the exciting things about Rotary is often the opportunity and challenge to adapt to change at short notice. This week, we had originally planned to have Lili Teichman, President Elect of Rotary Club of Glen Eira come and talk to us about the opportunity of sharing projects between our club and other district clubs however at late notice (b...

Let's have some Fun and get stuff Done!

Posted by Sally Page on 10 June 2019
I am excited and a little bit nervous that I am about to become President of my Rotary club. Excited because I know this is going to be an amazing opportunity. I will gain leadership skills and experiences, working in a team to make a real difference to the lives of people in need in our community. And a little bit nervous because I have never really had the opportunity to be a leader before. But I know I am not alone, I have a supportive and talented team backing me up. I want the...

Upcoming Club and District Changeovers in our Area

Posted by Stuart McArthur on 9 June 2019
Upcoming Club and District Changeovers in our Area
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Below is a list of upcoming Changeover Celebrations in our area.  If you would like to help celebrate, please contact the individual club and book your ticket. June 2019 Jun 13 Caulfield http://caulfieldrotary.org.au/event/38642/Changeover,%202019-20 Jun 14 Altona City Ray Lipscombe https://portal.clubrunner.ca/10794/Event/acrc-changeover-dinner-at-kooringal-golf-club Jun 15 Hoppers Crossing Khurram Khan Jun 25 Glen Eira  Lili Teichman http://rotarygleneira.org.au/eve...

Sally takes the reigns while Amrit is away.

Posted by Jaqui Clark on 5 June 2019
Sally takes the reigns while Amrit is away.
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It was a small group that met on Tues 4th June at Southbank, but we made up for size with our spirit and busted out a few songs karaoke style for the South Village Singers practice. Even the barman was impressed with our tunes! Sally hosted her first meeting as future President with some great ideas thrown around for her role and future events - some very exciting times ahead for Southbank Rotary. A lot of us will be keeping fit with some fun runs whilst also raising money for MS and S...

Things Claire shared on Community Building

Posted by Amritpal Singh on 14 May 2019
Fourteen (14) of Rotarians and guests came along on a cold Tuesday autumn evening at the Belgian Beer Cafe in Southbank on 14th May 2019 to welcome back Claire Halliday who spoke at our club about two (2) years ago on her books (Things My Father Taught Me & Things My Mother Taught Me).      Claire presented her topic on Community Building for Better Business and the believe of how the power of networking and community-building online can enrich organisation...
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