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St Ives


We meet Wednesdays at 6:30 PM
Peter Canisius House
102 Mona Vale Rd
Pymble, NSW  2073
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Sep 19, 2018
Oct 03, 2018
Venue to be confirmed - not at Canisius
Oct 10, 2018
Venue to be confirmed - not at Canisius
Professor Ralph Martins
Oct 17, 2018
Latest Research on Dementia from Australia’s Leading Research Professor
Oct 24, 2018
Bhuvan Unhelkar
Oct 31, 2018
Blockchains and the Mystery of Bitcoins!
Melbourne Cup Eve
Nov 05, 2018
Chrismas Party
Dec 12, 2018
Pymble Golf Club
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If you would like to visit our club or are thinking of joining a Rotary club, please come to one of our regular meetings, just let us know two days in advance so that we can organise catering for you. 
We meet on Wednesday evenings at the Peter Canisius House, 102 Mona Vale Rd Pymble at 6.30 pm, with the formal part of the meeting starting at 7.00 pm.  We usually finish at 8.30 pm. We have a two course dinner. 
The cost of dinner is $35 per person.  Please send an email to if you would like to attend a meeting. Our Club Secretary, will confirm your attendance.

The Rotary Club of St Ives welcomes Corporate Sponsors who would like to promote their businesses and help us with our service projects and charitable activities.  This website is visited by our members and the general public hundreds of times per month, and provides ongoing name recognition and contact details for our sponsors.
Sponsorship also includes advertising placement in our weekly newsletter, The Waratah, and in our public activities.
The "Silver Sponsor" package is $500 per year.
The "Gold Sponsor" package, costing $1000 per year. 
To apply for sponsorship, please click here for the application form, and send it back to the address indicated.
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OPEN DAY - SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER! Kids will love the interactive displays: Fire Drill & Over-run Demonstration; Tanker and equipment demonstrations; Ku-ring-gai Kids Fire Unit; Fire extinguisher demonstrations; Bushfire safety advice & Hazard reduction talks; SES Rescue Truck and Flood Rescue Boat; Chainsaw demonstrations; Hands on First Aid; Meet the SES mascot “Paddy the Platypus”; Enjoy a sausage sizzle at our fund-raiser BBQ.
Remember to bring your raffle ticket money and butts along to our meeting this week.  With three weeks to go we are trying to get members tickets and money back so that we have an idea of how the raffle sales are going ... every ticket sold is profit to us so it's meaningful to the final fundraising result to get as many sold as possible.  Don't forget to let your family and friends also know about the online raffle ticket sales that can be shared through our social media connections - see details below:
And here are some the amazing prizes to be won ... you could be one of our lucky winners, but you have to be in it to win it!
Many more hours of organising are needed between now and Sunday 9 September.  The festival team continues the work that has been going on for many months and in these final weeks the checklists of details gets longer leading up to the event. Truth is that EVERY MEMBER is part of the festival team and does their bit to bring our major fundraising event together.  This year we are hopeful of a larger crowd than previous years and with everyone sharing their excitement about the event, selling raffle tickets and and sharing our flyer it's sure to be so!

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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Milton Drever
    September 11
  • Ann Menck
    September 15
Spouse/Partner Birthdays:
  • Sue Laws
    September 3
  • Derek Molloy
    Kris Molloy
    September 6