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Rotary Club of Sydney

Sydney Rotary

Service Above Self

Lunches -1st & 3rd Tuesdays at 1pm; Breakfast 2nd Tuesday at 7:30am; Drinks & Chat 4th Tues at 6pm.
Castlereagh Boutique Hotel
169 Castlereagh Street
Sydney, NSW  2000

2 8014 8073
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We invite you and your friends to our major fundraising event on Thursday, 8 November 2018 which is entitled ‘Cabaret with the Chefs’.
There will be special entertainment with Peter Cousens, well known to many of you bringing his wonderful voice and Claire Yistelle who will be presenting Paris Oh La La!
This will be a unique evening which will have six special Chefs preparing and presenting different cuisines with commentary, matched wines and much fun. 
It’s going to be one great evening of culinary enjoyment with top rate entertainment and fundraising to help our mental health project.
Peace Building Group - next meeting 1st November, 2018.
1st Thursday each month at 6pm, 2nd Floor, Castlereagh Hotel, Sydney.
International Services Committee - next meeting 6th November, 2018
1st Tuesday each month at 12 noon, 1st Floor, Castlereagh Hotel.
Services & Awards Committee - next meeting 10th October, 2018.
Usually, 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7:45am, Baillieu Holst, Level 40, 259 George St, Sydney
Youth Services Committee - next meeting 7th November, 2018.
First Wednesday of each month at 6:00pm, Lower Ground Floor Bar, 1 Martin Place, Sydney.
You are invited to an exclusive fundraising and fellowship dinner at Dhakshin restaurant, Crows Nest on 24 October.   
All proceeds of the event will go towards the Sydney Rotary Resilience Program and Vision Beyond Aus.
Come and experience the delights of South Indian cuisine from celebrated head chef, Vijayan Ramasamy and enjoy a banquet fit for a Maharaja or Maharani, with five entrees, four mains (including delicious Barramundi and Lamb dishes back by popular demand), a sweet Indian dessert to finish and all sides included. 
We all share the responsibility of preventing the unnecessary loss of life though suicide.
In partnership with Sydney Rotary Resilience Program and families of those who have lost a loved one, Rotary Club of Sydney will raise awareness and funds to support and nurture the development of a local suicide prevention network. Working together, we can make a difference to tackling suicide at the grassroots of our community.
Rev Keith Garner, AM, who is CEO and Superintendent of Wesley Mission, has been inducted as the President of the Rotary Club of Sydney from 1st July 2018.
Keith is responsible for leading almost 2,000 staff and more than 4,000 volunteers across 130 different centres, and approximately 1,500 congregation members. 
The Rotary Club of Sydney is an active multi-dimensional club. 
Every Tuesday there is a Rotary gathering for members and guests.  The first Tuesday is a luncheon with a keynote speaker.  On the 2nd Tuesday, a breakfast meeting is held with a more informal lunch on the third Tuesday of the month. An informal evening get together is held for members and friends on the fourth Tuesday of the month.
There are also evening meetings under the auspices of the Rotary Peace Building Group and Youth Services Committee, monthly Services and Awards Committee meetings early in the morning, and late morning meetings run by the International Services Committee.   Regular Rotary Means Business networking nights are held regularly throughout the year where visitors are most welcome.
Dinners, film nights, cruises and other social activities at art galleries, function centres, clubs and restaurants are arranged by the Club. Guests are always welcome. 
The Rotary Club of Sydney is a part of Rotary International, a secular global network of business, professional and community leaders who volunteer their time and talents to make a difference on a local, national and international level. Rotary International’s motto is Service Above Self.
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As the charitable arm of Rotary, we tap into a global network of Rotarians who invest their time, money, and expertise into our priorities, such as eradicating polio and promoting peace. Foundation grants empower Rotarians to approach challenges such as poverty, illiteracy, and malnutrition with sustainable solutions that leave a lasting impact.
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