Posted in District 9800, Zone 8 and Rotary International Events
Posted by Amritpal Singh
on 6 February 2019
Continuing from the Midsumma Festival 2019, several Rotary and Rotaract clubs in Victoria came together under the Rotary LGBT Fellowship banner to march at the recent Midsumma Pride March on a very hot sunny afternoon (circa 40 degrees!!!) Sunday, 3rd February 2019. Thousands of LGBT community members and friends braved the hot weather as all of us marched proudly on Fitzroy Street in St. Kilda.
Posted by Amritpal Singh
on 24 January 2019
Not only it was a sunny warm day, it was also when the Rotary Family (Rotary, Rotaract & others) came together to promote our wonderful organisation at the recent Midsumma Festival 2019 on Sunday, 20th January 2019 at Alexandra Gardens. Following Rotary and Rotaract clubs (not exhaustive list) volunteered throughtout the day and we thank them for their support & presence:
Rotaract Club of Gateway
Rotary Club of Bundoora
Rotary Club of Manningham
Posted by Rotary LGBT Fellowship
on 14 January 2019
The Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and gender diverse, and intersex (LGBTI) community have, and still face many struggles today. As Rotarians we must celebrate the diversity of all aspects of our communities and come together for the second time ever to be part of the Midsumma Festival Melbourne Pride.
Late last year our Rotary family came together for an LGBTI+ awareness session on 1st December 2018. Our next step is to promote Rotary within the community as an open and inclusive...
on 13 December 2018
A Rotary District 9800 Sponsored Program
Joint Host Club (Rotary Clubs of Glenferrie and Chadstone East Malvern) and the organizing Committee are Seeking Teams of Senior Students for
Saturday April 27 to Sunday 28, 2019 At Swinburne University in Hawthorn
MUNA stands for Model United Nations Assembly, which simulates the workings of the UN Assembly by having teams of two senior students from each of a number of schools represent a particular UN country in debates on matters of ...
Posted by Rotary Club of Alexandria, District 2451, Egypt
on 9 August 2018
Dear fellow Rotarians around the world,
As we are marching into the new 2018-2019 Rotary year, the Rotary Club of Alexandria Cosmopolitan - District 2451 Egypt is wishing you a joyful new Rotary year.
We are also happy to renew our invitation to you and the members of your prestigious and respectful club to learn more about, and share our Rotary organized initiative, "Cross Egypt Challenge" that aims to promote tourism to Egypt and to prove that Egypt is still safe for tourism....
on 3 August 2018
During her club visits, District Governor Bronwyn Stephens is asking members, as a special EndPolio Fundraiser, to take a jar of smarties, enjoy them and fill up the jar with $2 coins.
The $100 donated, with a Special DDF and foundation contribution and a 2:1 match by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will result in over $1000 towards the EndPolio Campaign.
on 30 July 2018
The Rotary Youth Leadership Award is a residential camp unlike any other. Over seven days, participants are immersed in a program centered around four key themes: Challenge by choice, diversity, community and time out. We give young people aged 18-25 the opportunity to step away from the distractions of their busy lives and provide the space to think about what is important to them.
Rotary Club of Southbank are looking for candidates who would like to participate in this program....
on 13 June 2018
By Neville John, District Director Membership
The District Support Team is conducting three facilitated workshops in August 2018, involving Warwick Cavell (Facilitator), Kerry Kornhauser OAM (Public Image/Communications), Yvonne Flynn (Club Service) and PDG Neville John (Membership Director).
These workshops will be hands-on interactive sessions that will include:
Leading change in your Club
Identifying the elements of a strong, vibrant club
on 20 April 2018
February, 15-17th, 2019
Melbourne Convention Centre.
In 2018, in a First for Rotary in Australia, 4 Districts will come together to hold a combined District Conference.
Four Districts from Across Victoria will be joining together to run a multi-district conference. This is a first for Australia and possibly for Rotary worldwide.
There is only one place capable for hosting this event - The expanded Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. The MCEC offers a plenary capable...