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Welcome
 
Belgrave Rotary celebrates its 65th year in June 2019. The club was formed in June 1954. We have a long and proud history of active service, both to local community and international groups. We are a friendly and relaxed group who share the Rotary ideals of integrity and service.
 
Our members range from 35+ to 80 years of age so if you're in that age bracket, you would be very welcome to come along and meet us, and join in our activities. 
 
Kathie Thomas is our President for 2018-19.
 
All visitors are welcome to meetings - we'd love for you to learn what we're about and consider joining us in our community activities.
 

Belgrave Rotary: ABN: 689271172150

Belgrave

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 6:30 PM
Visit our official website:
www.belgraverotary.com
PO Box 225
Belgrave, Victoria  3160
Australia
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About Us

Club Meetings

We meet weekly at 6.30pm to around 8.30pm over an evening meal. We’re a friendly bunch and we’d love for you to come join us! All guests are welcome.

Meetings are held on Wednesday nights at Belgrave Library behind Woolworths.

Enter via Reynolds Lane, Beglrave. Plenty of parking.

Located in the beautiful Dandenong Ranges.

No cost for visitors and we’re happy to discuss membership with you.

PO Box 225
Belgrave, Victoria  3160
Australia
 
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