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Posted by Pauline Hore on Oct 06, 2014

September was a wonderful month for youth in our Rotary family!  The month kicked off with the information night for the District’s National Youth Science Forum students. It was great to meet and speak with these wonderful young future leaders and scientists. A big thank you to Tony Trumble and his team for selecting and nurturing these young people as they strive to determine their future vocations. Rotary has been involved as a partner with the National Science Summer School in presenting NYSF since 1984. Many Rotarians and Rotary Clubs have been, and continue to be, involved in the success of this program. In particular, I thank the Rotary Club and Rotarians from the Rotary Club of Ginninderra for their sustained support for over 20 years!

For the first time, this year NYSF will involve our Rotaractors in part of the program. The Science Dinners, previously hosted by Rotary Clubs, will now be jointly hosted by a Rotaractor and an NYSF student staff member. While retaining Rotary’s link in the program, this innovation will allow our Rotaractors to have a significant involvement with a group of young people who are future Rotaractors. It also enhances my goal of promoting youth leadership in our organisation, and supports the Conference theme, Our Youth Our Future.

Posted by Allan Black on Oct 13, 2014

 

The Rotary Club of Ginninderra has agreed to a scholarship being establishing with the University of Canberra.  The scholarship will strengthen ties with University of Canberra, while at the same time strengthening our relationship with relevant secondary colleges, through providing a real benefit to a successful student.

 

Details of the scholarship can be found at this link:

 

http://www.canberra.edu.au/scholarships/rotary-club-of-ginninderra-scholarship

 

 

Kind Regards

 

Allan Black

Presidnt of Ginninderra Rotary Club

Posted by Don Gruber on Oct 13, 2014

Lunchtime

Melodies

A Joint Venture between

Raiders Belconnen

And

The Rotary Club of Ginninderra

 

  • When                         Second  Wednesday of  Each Month
  • Next gathering             Wednesday 12 November 2014 
  • Time                           11:30 am to 12:30 pm
  • Where                         Raiders Belconnen    Hardwick Crescent   Kippax  
  • Entry                           Gold Coin
  • RSVP                         Groups RSVP to Raiders Belconnen, others just turn up 
  • Refreshments               Coffee & tea  Available  
     

Programmes for July to December 2014 to include

  • Choir groups
  • Bands
  • Special film presentations
  • Single performers
  • Other entertainment such as a | Magician | Sketch Artist | Humourist |…& more
  • And a combination of any of the above

 

Raiders Belconnen will have on offer

  • $11.00 Lunch specials
  • $9.00 Seniors Meals
  • $2.50 Seniors Coffee
  • Coffee and Cake deals

                         

 

 

Rotary Club of Ginninderra

PO Box 372

Belconnen ACT 2617

www.clubrunner.ca/ginninderra

rotaryginninderra@outlook.com

 

Raiders Belconnen

PO Box 152

Kippax ACT 2615

www.raidersgroup.com.au

Ph. 6254 1044

 

 


Rotarians have been central to the development and operation of the Greenhills Camp & Conference Centre since its inception in the mid-1960s. It was initiated by Max Hill, AOM & multiple PHF, then of the Presbyterian Church who sought assistance from fellow Rotarians in Canberra Club and later Canberra East. Greenhills, through Max, was assisted by Rotary every year until his retirement in 2000 and then through Harold Small, his successor and also of the Rotary Club of Canberra East, who took over for the next ten years as Honorary Executive Officer.

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