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Through the National Australia Day Council, we have been given the opportunity to connect with our local community on Australia Day - 26th January

The theme for Australia Day this year is: 

Reflect, Respect, Celebrate. We’re all part of the story

For 100 years Rotary in Australia has been bringing communities together. After our drought, bushfires and COVID-19, this is a wonderful opportunity to bring us together in a COVID-safe way.

The Rotary Clubs of Brighton North, Brighton and Glen Eira will be hosting a free BBQ from 9.00am through to 12 Midday on Tuesday, 26th January 2021.

The free BBQ will be held at the Foreshore Playground (Rotary "Shipwreck") on North Road, Brighton.  

This event will celebrate both 100 years of Rotary Volunteering in Australia and Australia Day. 

Invitations to the event are extended to all Rotarians, their families and friends, past Rotarians and the local community

Bring your family, your neighbours, your grandchildren, your local first responders and your friends.

Looking forward to being able to share the morning with you

Kind Regards
Peter Killey, President
0418 317 870



On Australia Day we celebrate being Australian together, Australia Day is about giving and we at Caulfield Rotary Club, Rotary Australia, Australia Day Council and

Daniel Son would like to give to the Community of Murrumbeena by way of a Free Brunch Join us between 9.30 and 1.30 pm on Australia Day outside

Daniel Son or pre book on 9570 1954 at 471 Neerim Road, Murrumbeena


A huge wow, smiles and almost joyous disbelief greeted Wendy, John and I when we delivered gratitude 170 gift bags at “The Alfred” Mental Health Unit on Tuesday 1st December.  These were packed full of beautiful products donated as a collaboration between our Rotary Club and St Stephens Anglican Church Gardenvale.  Pinchapoo donated 200 stunning Sukin full size pamper packs to St Stephens.   John’s Australia Post gift range were added.  Pam procured some hard rock candy donations, MiGoals reflective journals completed the luxury.  Bronwyn Maddock added so much joy with 3 dancing, singing and shining plush and very kitsch Christmas toys.  Sunday previous Judy and Paul, Wendy, John, Bec, Kitty (almost), Bronwyn Mark and Bronwyn packed the goodies and added personalized gratitude Christmas cards over 3 hours.  Wendy had made the job easy by pre-preparing the lolly bags.   These were added to the bags.  On delivery, stern and very professional health care workers and hurly burly security guards were joyously engaged in festivities and laughter. This was so humbling when we realise what a very tough year these professionals have had.  They have been required to give psychiatric care wearing full PPE, have accepted COVID positive patients from other facilities with great welcome, have worked extra days cheerfully and with reduced staff numbers due to illness.  
Bronwyn Stephens
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Our February Club meeting will be face to face at The Emerald Hotel Sth Melbourne on Feb 1st, 6pm for 6.30pm start - for catering purposes please advise your attendance by contacting Bec Heitbaum on email bec@heitbaum.com
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