Assistant Area Governor Hilary Lloyd will be attending Randwick Rotary meeting on 19 July. Visitors are very welcome to come along.
Members of Randwick Rotary are invited by the Prince of Wales Foundation to view the magnificent and much admired murals on July 5 – for a 5.00 pm viewing and tour followed by a brief presentation of latest ED and resuscitation information. Following will be dinner at The Spot from 18.00-22.30.
Board meeting from 18.00 to 18.45. Club directors meet prior to the general meeting to make decisions about projects and administrative matters. General club members are also invited to attend. Visitors and members of the public are welcome to join us from 7pm for the Planning and Committee Action Meeting. If you arrive early, just […]
POSTPONED – FUTURE DATE TBA Tuesday, 21 June – 18.45-22.30 Randwick Club. 4/135 Alison Rd. 2031 Randwick , NSW Former Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) participant Ben Hamley is now an accomplished strategy design professional for cause-based projects and purpose-led businesses at global organisation Business Models Inc. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts and an MBA and has held senior […]
Wednesday, 6 July – 18.30-21.00 Prince Hency Nursing & Medical Museum, 2 Brodie Avenue, Little Bay, 2035 Guest speakers Dr Nick Dorsch, Barbara Dorsch and Prof. Clement R. Boughton will be talking on polio at Prince Henry museum on July 6th. Dr Dorsch is until the end of this month president of Chatswood Rotary club and […]
The Rotary Club of Randwick was pleased to support the inaugural Randwick Artisan Markets, held 5th June 2016 at the Royal Randwick Shopping Center with 20 stallholders carefully chosen to ensure that all items are designed and lovingly handmade in Australia. They displayed unique children’s, women’s and men’s fashion, home wares, jewellery, accessories and art. Future markets are […]
On Tuesday, 26 April, the Randwick, Maroubra and Cronulla Rotary Clubs joined together for a wonderful evening to honour Dr Peter Grant and recognise him as a Paul Harris Fellow. The Paul Harris Fellow is named for Paul Harris, who founded Rotary with three business associates in Chicago in 1905. Paul Harris Fellow recognition was […]
The Rotary Eastern Suburbs Police Awards Gala Presentation was held on 13 April at the Little Bay Community Centre. A wonderful night was had by all. Congratulations to all recipients of the Rotary Police Officer of the Year Awards which are an opportunity for Rotary to recognise outstanding Police Officers in the Eastern Suburbs and Botany […]
On Tuesday, 5 April, Annastacia Wainaina who is a teacher in the fields of women in leadership, gender equality and child rights spoke to the Club. Her non-profit organisation ‘Make it Happen’ focuses on child protection, appropriate adoption processes, prevention of child trafficking and other related issues, with a particular focus on Africa and children of African […]
On Tuesday 1st March UTS Professor of Sociology Andrew Jakubowicz gave a moving account of his experience coming to terms with the history of violence and discrimination that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have faced. As the son of Polish Jewish refugees, he grew up in Bondi with little exposure to the local Indigenous peoples […]