Connect and get involved with Jerra Rotary to experience meaningful service,
genuine fellowship, develop leadership skills, expand your network, and foster personal growth.

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Jerra Rotary isn’t just about community service; we’re a social club too. Whether you’re fully committed or have limited time, there’s something for you. Your invitation for community impact and social connection, is here.

Connect, Contribute, and Grow with Jerra Rotary!
Are you ready to kickstart your year with something different? At Jerra Rotary, we understand that life can be hectic, and finding time for community service might seem daunting. That’s why at Jerra Rotary, you can connect, contribute, and engage at your own pace, all while fostering meaningful friendships and professional networks.

Connect and get involved with Jerra Rotary to experience meaningful service, genuine fellowship, develop leadership skills, expand your network, and foster personal growth.

A Place for Everyone
No matter where you are in life’s journey – whether you’re a seasoned professional, just starting out, or enjoying retirement – Jerra Rotary is your welcoming community. We value diversity and inclusivity, ensuring there’s a place for everyone to belong and make a difference.

Meaningful Engagement
At Jerra Rotary, we offer a variety of opportunities for you to get involved and make a real difference in the lives of others. From community projects that address local needs to social gatherings that foster connections, there’s always something happening to suit your interests and schedule.
Connect with like-minded individuals, forge new friendships, and build valuable social and professional networks across the region.

Beyond Boundaries
Everyone who shares our vision of community and fellowship is invited to join us, regardless of location. If you’re reading this, consider yourself warmly welcomed.

Joining Jerra Rotary isn’t just about making a difference – it’s about amplifying your impact and enriching your life. As a member of Rotary, you’ll have the chance to connect with peers who share your passion, contribute to projects that matter, and grow personally and professionally along the way.

Get Involved Today
Reach out to us to learn more about how you can become part of the Jerra Rotary community. Whether you’re eager to dive into community service, expand your social circle, or simply have some fun, we’re here to welcome you with open arms.

Let’s make this year – your year, of meaningful service, genuine fellowship, and endless possibilities – lets do it together!

Ready to Join Us?
If this resonates with you, seize the opportunity to connect with Jerra Rotary today. Explore our website for more information, reach out and connect with us at any of our upcoming events or drop us an email at:

Jerra Community Day

Learn about local Sports and Community Groups

Date: Saturday, 16 March 2024
Time: 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Location: Jerrabomberra Community Centre

The Rotary Club of Jerrabomberra proudly presents Jerrabomberra Community Day, a celebration of local sports and community groups in the Jerrabomberra / Queanbeyan area.

This event aims to foster community connections, showcase the diverse range of organisations in our region, and provide an opportunity to discover new interests and activities.

If you’d like a table for your group/club, please get in contact.

Inquiries, please contact Anton Pemmer on: 0417 236 409

    Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment (RYPEN) 2024

    Attention Year 9 students! Applications for RYPEN 2024
    Now open!

    RYPEN (Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment) is a 3 day camp program for Year 9 high school students. The aim is to communicate to these young people a series of ideas, problems and social experiences which will assist them in forming their own values and moral standards, and also to broaden their horizons culturally, socially and academically.

    RYPEN 2024 will be held at the Borambola Sport & Recreation Centre, near Wagga Wagga – Friday 15 to Sunday, 17 March 2024.

    Australia Day Jerra BBQ

    Reflect. Respect. Celebrate.

    The Rotary Club of Jerrabomberra will host a free community BBQ on the morning of Australia Day.
    Join us for a free BBQ from 7am on 26 January at the Jerrabomberra Community Centre.
    Australia Day, observed on 26th January each year, is a time when communities across the nation come together to reflect, respect and celebrate.
    Join Us for a Free BBQ: The community BBQ organised by the Jerrabomberra Rotary Club welcomes everyone to participate in the local community festivities. Starting at 7 am, it's a chance to enjoy the warmth of community hospitality, savour delicious food, and engage in conversations that reflect the unity within our diverse community. Whether you're a long-time resident or a newcomer, this event is a perfect opportunity to connect with fellow Australians.

    Googong Fitness Trail becomes a Reality

    The Googong Fitness Loop opened yesterday with special thanks to the Rotary Club of Jerrabomberra and Googong.
    This is another addition to the Googong sports precinct which will include several more ovals, a skate park, pitch and putt course, tennis centre, Googong Sports & Recreation Centre, indoor pool and sports centre, netball centre, BMX track, and more!

    Jerra Rotary Helps Southern Queensland and NSW Northern Rivers Flood Appeal

    Jerra Rotary is very pleased that although in distance we are a long way from the devastation caused by the recent floods of Southern Queensland and NSW Northern Rivers.
    Over the course of 2 weekends in the last few months Jerra Rotary and Queanbeyan West Rotary participated in a garden cleanup at Karabar Housing.
    Following is a thankyou message from them.

    Gift for Powerchair football team

    A group of great kids now have the hardware to compete in interstate Powerchair Football competitions
    What happens when, a group of Rotary Clubs led by the Rotary Club of Aurora Gungahlin (RCAG) Canberra, get together?
    A Canberra based Powerchair football team can be formed!
    A group of great kids now have the hardware to compete in interstate Powerchair Football competitions and hopefully one day the Australian POWEROOS.

    Community working together!

    The Rotary Clubs of Jerrabomberra & Queanbeyan, joined forces to carry out a back yard blitz, on Karabar’s property in Collett St Queanbeyan. Many hands made great work at getting in and removing a few years of vegetation. Over the next few weeks, we will n West, joined forces with Karabar Housing Coopfinish off cleaning up, planting and mulching planter beds for the residence.

    Making Life a Little Easier

    The Jerra Rotary Club had the pleasure of assisting a local Jerrabomberra family as well as TADACT (Technology for Ageing and Disability ACT) in making life a little easier.

    Braidwood's First Adult Change

    Jerra Rotary played an integral part in helping to secure funding from NSW Government to enable construction of an adult change table located in Ryrie Park, Braidwood.

    Getting Involved
    Interested in Getting Involved:
    For more information about Jerra Rotary, including upcoming events, reach out to:
    Viki Hale
    Club Service / Membership
    (m) 0438 452 218
    Take the opportunity to connect at any of our upcoming functions or reach out to us via email at:
    Jerra Rotary Facebook
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    Meeting Information
    Jerra Rotary

    Having Fun While Doing Good

    We meet In Person
    Thursdays at 6:30 p.m.
    Jerrabomberra Public School
    Coachwood Ave
    Jerrabomberra , NSW 2619
    Fortnightly meetings. Call John for more details on (m) 0400 049 729
    Executives & Directors
    Community Service
    Club Service & Membership
    Immed PP
    Executive Secretary/Director
    Protection Officer
    Four Way Test
    The Four-Way Test is a non-partisan and non-sectarian ethical guide for Rotarians. Of the things we think, say or do:
    1. Is it the TRUTH?
    2. Is it FAIR to all concerned?
    3. Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
    4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
    Rotary Australia
    Jerrabomberra Rotary Community Projects