Welcome to The Rotary Club of Modbury
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Rotary is made up of Volunteers who carry out humanitarian work around the globe. Teams conduct short term exercises, have predetermined and agreed goals and ensure that projects are sustainable.
Why join our club?
- Modbury Rotary Membership offers a number of very real Benefits
- Effecting Change within the Community
- Developing Leadership Skills
- Gaining an Understanding of –
- and having an impact on International Humanitarian Issues
Articles of Interest
Our Changeover Dinner was held on Monday the 27th of June at the Golden Grove Tavern, it was attended by several guests from
District 9500 and from our neighbouring clubs as well as our partners.
We also welcomed representatives from Bendigo Bank and the Tea Tree Gully Historical Society, and some Past Members.
Outgoing President Rob presented his years Annual Report, and installed our new President Keith Rendell.
President Keith introduced his new board, that will lead the club for the next twelve month.
It was a very enjoyable evening, with a lot of old acquaintances being renewed.
Our Rotary Club held a Story Book Competition this year, and had great support from the Bendigo Bank, The Tea Tree Gully Historical Society , Educational Aids and the Tea Tree Gully Library.
We received seven entries, which were all very good and the local schools supported us by providing students to read the books and assist in the judging of the books .
The prizes were awarded on the 18/06/2016 at the TTG Library and the winners were:
1st. Prize: Dallas Tomalin, 2nd. Prize: Trevor Schaefer, 3rd. Prize: Ida Lee
Tony Zappia, federal member for the seat of Makin, hosted a morning tea on Friday 10 June 2016 to acknowledge the ongoing community work of a number of organisations and individuals within the local area. Representatives from local organisations were invited to attend.
PP Keith was pleased to represent the Rotary Club of Modbury on the occasion and was able to receive a Certificate of Appreciation from our local federal member.
Some of our club members attended a Quiz Night on Saturday the 21st of May, organised by the
Rotary Club of Tea Tree Gully, at the Burnside Community Centre.
The purpose was to raise funds for “The Eastern Adelaide Domestic Violence Service” (EADVS).
Approximately 190 people attended, and raised between $4000 to 4500 on the night.
Everyone had a good time, and our club came away with a prize as well, albeit “The Wooden Spoons”