About Blackwood Rotary Club

ROTARY CLUB OF BLACKWOOD

The Rotary Club of Blackwood has been contributing to the local community for 46 years. The club was charted on the 14 September 1970.

Over the years the club has contributed to local projects such as Meals on Wheels, the Blackwood Hospital, the Blackwood Community Recreation Centre, the Blackwood High School Performing Arts Centre, St John’s Ambulance and local CFS Units.

At a national level the club provides funds for support with disasters such as the Tasmanian bushfires and the QLD floods. And at an international level the club supports projects such as Rotary Overseas Medical Aid for Children (ROMAC) and the Shelter Box Project supplying emergency accommodation and supplies for disaster areas.

WHAT THE ROTARY CLUB OF BLACKWOOD DOES IN YOUR COMMUNITY?

Chances are you see the Rotarians acting as marshals at the Blackwood Christmas Pageant. If you are interested in art you might be aware we hold an Art Show each year which allows local artists to put their work on display with a small percentage of any work sold going to Rotary to support their community work. And there are all the other services we provide such as support for local schools, youth programs, environmental projects and community projects.

If you would like to know more about Rotary, then we would be glad you have you join us at a club meeting and we will tell you all about it.

We meet every Tuesday at the Blackwood RSL, corner Brighton Ave and Shepherds Hill Road from 6:00 pm for a 6:30 start to an 8:00 pm finish.

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