Rotary Club of Ginninderra

Ginninderra - Sparkling like the stars

Chartered 30 June, 1977

 

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Ginninderra

Service Above Self

Tuesday evenings, 6:00 pm for 6:30 pm
Raiders Club West Belconnen
Hardwick Crescent
Holt, ACT  2615
Australia
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Rotary Club of Ginninderra
Next Meeting Tuesday 31 March 2015
Raiders Club West Belconnen – 6pm for 6.30
Speaker Rod Jory
 
This Week’s Speaker – Rod Jory
We shall only be at Kippax.  But Rod’s talk will be about “Life Away From Earth”. It puts a whole new spin on the idea of going away for a weekend.
 
National Rotary Success Conference and Youth Summit
Canberra 5-6 September 2015
A note from RI Director elect, Noel Trevaskis <n.trevaskis@bigpond.com>, about the Conference:
“Over the last two years Rotarians have been asking when we were we going to have another National Rotary Success Conference. It is going to happen this September! I would urge you to register now for what I am sure will be a great conference.
I would like to invite all Rotarians to the 2015 Rotary Success Conference and Youth Summit which will be held at the Hellenic Club, Canberra on 5 – 6 September 2015. This conference is an affordable conference as the price of $120 per person covers, morning teas, lunch, afternoon tea and the Saturday night dinner. It will commence at 8.30am on the Saturday morning and conclude at 12.30pm on the Sunday.
All attendees will be able to have input into the conference breakout sessions over the weekend. It will be a conference that everyone will get something out of.
Who should be attending?  All Rotary Leaders, Presidents and Presidents Elect, PR Chairs, Membership Chairs and Future Rotary Leaders and Rotarians who want to be involved in the continuing success of Rotary in Australia.  At this conference you will be able to participate in breakout sessions on various topics such as Membership Retention, Membership Recruitment and Extension, Diversity in Rotary, Flexibility and Innovative Clubs in the Future, Leadership, Public Image and Media, and more.  As well, people will find out what has been successful for some clubs in growing and getting stronger.  Social media will also be explored with Rotary Public Image Coordinator Wendy Gaborit leading the discussion.  Wendy has a great grasp on social media and how it can work for clubs and getting engaged with the local community.”
There will be presentations about a number of new innovative ideas on a wide range of topics, all practical ideas that you can use in your club.
The program will consist of mainly breakout groups enabling everyone to be able to participate and interact over the weekend in a practical, worthwhile and meaningful way.
Coupled with the Rotary Success Conference this year will be a Youth Summit for people under 40 years of age.  The Youth Summit will be an opportunity for people to put forward ideas and practical thoughts on how Rotary clubs can interact with younger people … how and why Rotary clubs need to become more involved with Rotaract and Interact.
This Conference will be focussing on the future.  We are positive that every Rotarian will gain practical knowledge and new ideas to take back to their Clubs and Districts from this Conference.  You will meet Rotarians from across Australia and be able to share with them your ideas and hear their ideas; it will be a great experience for everyone.
 
   
 
 
Rotary District 9710 – Scholarship for 2014-15
 
Keep thinking about this important scholarship.  A reminder:
 
Global grant scholarships – key points
  • It must in respect of graduate level study that relates to one or more of the six areas of focus being:
    • Peace and conflict prevention/resolution
    • Disease prevention and treatment
    • Water and sanitation
    • Maternal and child health
    • Basic education and literacy
    • Economic and community development
  • Be for a study term of one to four academic years
  • The scholar must:
    • Leave District 9710
    • Study outside of Australia
    • Live in another country where there is a Rotary District
    • Have sufficient language proficiency for their proposed study
 
 
 
Don’t forget: Rotary Adventure in Citizenship (RIAC) 2015
Sat 9 May to Sat 16 May inclusive.
 
 
& Don’t forget: District Training Assembly 2015
  • Venue: McAuley Catholic College - Capper Street, Tumut
  • Date: 18th & 19th April 2015
  • Click here to register today     (if the technology works)
This year's Assembly is being held at the McAuley Catholic School, Capper Street Tumut NSW.
Assembly registration at the venue is 12:00 pm for 1:00 pm start.
Provisions will be made for those Rotarians attending to have a BBQ lunch on arrival. This option will be at a cost of $10 each and provided by the Rotary Club of Tumut.
Saturday evening's Dinner (which is also optional) will be at the RSL Club 63 Russell Street, Tumut. This meal cost will be $40. This evening will be fellowship only and nothing formal is planned.
Sunday's Luncheon again is optional and will be at a cost of $10 provided by the Rotary Club of Tumut.
The above three meals (which are optional) need to be paid for when registering for the Assembly on the District Website.
Tea and coffee at no charge will be available on arrival for all Rotarians both on Saturday and Sunday.
 
 
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Welcome to our club!

Rotary International is one of world's largest service organizations, with more than 1.2 million members in 33,000 clubs worldwide.
The Rotary Club of Ginninderra is one of a number of Rotary Clubs in Canberra, the capital city of Australia.
The Rotary Club of Ginninderra is located in the Belconnen area of Canberra and takes its name from the beautiful lake and stream that is the central feature of where we live..
Canberra was recently chosen as the most livable city in the world and we would agree with that description.
 
"Service above self" is a basic motto of Rotary. Members of the Rotary Club of Ginninderra seek to practice service above self across the wide range of activities in which we are involved.
 
We meet at the Raiders Club at West Belconnen (Kippax) on Tuesdays at 6pm for dinner 6.30pm.  We invite anyone with an interest in Rotary or our work or, especially, any Rotarians visiting Canberra, to join us for dinner.
 
Read more for some of the various ways in which the Rotary Club of Ginninderra seeks to serve our community and the world.
 
 
Our Club Vision
We are hands-on. 
We aim to make a meaningful difference.
We prefer long-term sustainable initiatives.
We focus on polio eradication, disaster relief, youth development and education,
and support of the aged.
We support each other. 
We get our families involved and we have fun in what we do.
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
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