Service Above Self
We meet Tuesday evenings, 6:00 pm for 6:30 pm
West Belconnen Leagues Club
Holt, ACT 2615
Posted by Don Gruber on Jul 13, 2014
A Joint Venture between
The Rotary Club of Ginninderra
- When Second Wednesday of Each Month
- Next gathering Wednesday 13 August 2014 - Conchordia Choir
- 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
- 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
Posted by Pauline Hore on Mar 02, 2014
At one of our meetings in March was another first for the Club. Over 50 adults and children were treated to the an evening of fun and magic.
We hosted five local Legacy children plus their parents and Legacy staff to a magical evening where we were entertained by a Phil Bevan, a local magician. We also took the opportunity to invite 13 grandchildren of Club members, to give us an audience of some 50 people.
Phil certainly gave the children a great time and it was difficult to tell who laughed the most, the adults or the children. To complete the evening, the legacy children were also given movie tickets.Excellent planning led to a most enjoyable event. Time to start planning for next year!
Posted by Allan Black on Jan 01, 2014
It is a pleasure to announce that 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:
Presidnt of Ginninderra Rotary Club
Posted by Allan Black on Oct 23, 2013
On Tuesday 22 October 2013 the Club took its regular meeting to the Kingston Glassworks thanks to the planning of Don Thomas and his very able assistant Frank Kovachevich. The meeting also served as a joint meetign with our daughter Club, Aurora Gungahlin. The night was a resounding success with some 30 plus Rotarians, partners and friends in attendance. Assistant District Governor Graeme also joined us on the night.
The night starter with all choosing their choice of burger from Brodburgers - not a lot of attention paid to the waist line this evening...... but then it was that sort of a night. Following this the members were welcomed to the Glassworks by our guide Debbie. Debbie took us for a tour of the facilities both inside and outside, not only on the workings of the glassworks but also the history of the original power station - regrettably we did not get to take away any samples.
After this tour we then went back to the common area where we were served our burgers - not a lot of discussion and a lot of - how do I fit my mouth around this moments!!!!
Mr Glenn Lacey from the ACT Government provided us with a briefing on the Kingston foreshore development - past, present and the future. A very exciting prospect for the foreshore with a number of restaurants to be established there.
The challenge now is for the Aurora Gungahlin Club to come up with an equally exciting joint meeting in February 2014.
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.
We are hands-on.
We aim to make a meaningful difference.
We prefer long-term sustainable initiatives.
We focus on polio eradication, disaster relief, youth development and education,
and support of the aged.
We support each other.
We get our families involved and we have fun in what we do.
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