Date: Thursday Oct 1, 2020, 12:00 am
Global virus pandemics are not new. Before vaccines were developed for polio in the 1950s, parents were gripped by terror: over 1,000 children were dying or being paralysed each day.
Alongside Past RI Presidents, Directors and Rotarians from across Australia and New Zealand you are invited to join a challenge this year to honour the life of Past RI President, Sir Clem Renouf, Rotary’s original Polio campaigner.
What’s the challenge? Go for a walk!View ...
Date: Monday Oct 5, 2020, 12:00 am
During Rotary Alumni Reconnect Week, 5-11 October, Rotary members and alumni will gather to share their experiences, network, and exchange ideas for staying involved in Rotary. Join the action! Create a post on social media and tag it #RotaryReconnect. Hold a virtual meeting with alumni to share ideas. Invite an alum to speak at your online club meeting. Read inspiring profiles of alumni who are making a difference. And visit our Reconnect Week page for even more ideas.View ...
Date: Sunday Oct 11, 2020, 5:00 pm
As a gift of music to our fellow Rotarians, families and communities, please join us at some or all of these events.
In this year 2020 when many have found themselves in trying times, the value of the enjoyment of music on one's mental health has prompted a group of Rotarians to gather vocalists and musicians together for a series of afternoons to uplift the soul.
These concerts are free but you are encouraged to donate to Australian Rotary Health as part of your booking if you wish.
Date: Wednesday Oct 28, 2020, 7:00 am
An invitation to Rotary District 9800 Zoom Breakfast
Organisational Culture and Spirit
Guest Speaker: David Landgren
MC: District Governor Elect Dale Hoy
Introduction: District Governor Nominee Amanda Wendt
Book now: https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing?eid=644397&View ...
The Club organised two zoom meetings in September with special guests Ms. Pragya Kapil, Person Behind the Badge and Mr Andy Moutray-Read, CEO of Inner West Community Enterprises. Dr Catherine (Kitty) O’Connor will be the speaker for the upcoming meeting scheduled for Thursday October 1st at 6.45 for 7pm start.Read more...
Dear Rotarians/ International PolioPlus Committee members/ Directors and Trustees,
It is with great pride that we inform you that one of our own has been named one of TIME’s “100 Most Influential People in the World.” Just a few moments ago, Dr. Tunji Funsho, Rotary’s Nigeria National PolioPlus Chair was named to the TIME 100 list for his critical leadership in working with Rotary members and our partners to achieve a wild polio-free Nigeria and eradicate the wild poliovirus in the African region. He is the first Rotary member to receive this honor for our work to eradicate polio.Read more...
Rob Edwards, a member of the Corrimal Rotary Club, Australia, has just launched Sustainable Social to help businesses such as resorts, cafés, and hotels market their green practices and services via social media, catching the eye of customers who care about the environment. https://sustainablesocial.org/pages/inforotary
Rotary Clubs can join and attract new members by publicizing their environmental projects. The site has a fun video pitch to inspire clubs to start an environmental project.Read more...
The Club organised two zoom meetings in August with special guests Mr Tung Le and Mr Andrew Jobling. Pragya Kapil was inducted as the newest member of the club and will be presenting about her life and education in the first meeting in September 2020.Read more...
Rotary and its GPEI partners celebrate a monumental achievement, say global eradication of wild polio is possible with the continued dedication and persistence of Rotarians.
The World Health Organization (WHO) on 25 August announced that transmission of the wild poliovirus has officially been stopped in all 47 countries of its African region. This is a historic and vital step toward global eradication of polio, which is Rotary’s top priority.Read more...
This has been an extraordinary year. The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has impacted almost every aspect of our lives. Unfortunately, it seems that things are going from worse to worse in Victoria, however we should know that things will get better and this time will pass. We should also know that we can all do our bit and follow the mandated guidelinesRead more...
The Rotary Club of Footscray meets on Thursdays:
Beginning March 2019 we will meet twice per month with the following plan:
On the first Thursday of the month - dinner meeting: 6:30 for 7:00pm.
On the third Thursday of the month lunch meeting: 12.30pm for a 12.45pm.
Meetings are at Croatia House, 72 Whitehall Street, Footscray Vic. 3011
Occasionally meeting times are altered but details of weekly meetings are updated on website and also Facebook.
All are most welcome to join us.
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