Lane Cove Club Directors
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Immediate Joint Past President
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Speakers
Peter Watson
Oct 17, 2017
Destiny Rescue - Child Exploitation
District Governor Peter Ward
Oct 31, 2017
Governors Official Visit
 
Meeting Responsibilities
Duty Roster
Greeter
Kotlyar, Vlad
 
Setup and Take Down
Paull, David
 
Welcome to Visitors
Mace, Tania
 
Introduce Speaker
Paull, Karen
 
Thank Speaker
Rule, Frank
 
Scribe
Wade, Phil
 
Sergeant
Norris, John
 
Attendance Officer
Price, Patrick
 
Club Photographer
Palmer, John
 
Back Up Duty Roster
Back-up Greeter
McNamara, Hazel
 
Back-up Setup and Take Down
Rule, Frank
 
Back-up Welcome to Visitors
Dawes, Richard
 
Back-up Introduce Speaker
Paull, David
 
Back-up Thank Speaker
Cartwright, Sr., Bob
 
Back-up Scribe
May, Jenny
 
Back-up Sergeant
Witteman, Adrienne
 
Back-up Attendance Officer
Grozier, Tom
 
Club Photographer
May, Jenny
 
 
Upcoming Events
 
 
Club Information

Welcome to The Rotary Club of Lane Cove Inc

Lane Cove

Service Above Self

Tuesdays 6.15 pm for 6.45 pm
The Lane Cove Country Club
180 River Road
Lane Cove NSW
PO Box 86 Lane Cove NSW 1595, NSW  2066
Australia
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Lane Cove Rotary Club News

ROTARY CLUB OF LANE COVE

ACHIEVEMENTS

* Formed Lane Cove Youth Orchestra and continues support

* Established Neighborhood Watch throughout municipality

* Donated two cars to Lane Cove Community Aid Centre

* Supported & assists annually in the Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal

* Established Children's Diabetes Complication Assessment Clinic at Royal Alexandria Hospital for Children

* Formed the Prostate Cancer Foundation and continues support

* Planted 100 trees in Blackman Park to mark the Centenary of Rotary

* Overseas student exchanges and university study grants

* Sent building teams to reconstruct an Aboriginal Community Centre ‘Yal Balinga Dah” in Wagga Wagga

* Sent construction teams to New Guinea, Nepal and the Pacific islands to build hospitals and schools

* Donated to local and international charities and appeals

 

CURRENT CLUB ACTIVITIES

* Small Grants Project in Eastern Indonesia assisting farmers and villages to improve agriculture

* Heartland Academy Kathmandu Nepal providing education for girls to Year 10 

* Coordinator of Salvation Army’s Red Shield Appeal in the Lane Cove Area

* Coordinator of the annual Lane Cove Spring Village Fair

* Coordinator of the annual Lane Cove Youth Public Speaking Competition

* Lane Cove Challenge – Walk around the World (Community Health)

* Vocational Excellence and Local Hero awards for Lane Cove Area

* Lane Cove Swim-a-thon

* Sponsor Rotary Youth Exchange

* Sponsor Rotary Youth Leadership Awards

* Sponsor Rotary World Peace Fellows

* Sponsor Rotary Ambassadorial Scholars

* Contribute to a Diabetes treatment program in Sri Lanka

* Contribute to local youth activity - Camp Breakaway

* Donations and awards to local organisations including Community Aid, youth music and schools

 

What in the World is Rotary?

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PP Roger Climpson OAM (Honorary Member Lane Cove Rotary Club) explains.

 
 
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