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Tuesday 17 February 2015

In this weeks newsletter
  • Rotary Race Day
  • Christmas in July Update
  • Rotary Club of Kent Town to support RYPEN 2015
  • Timmy's Story


Tuesday 3 March
Guest Speaker - Margaret Northcote
Rotary's own "Centurion Program"
Tuesday 10 March
General Meetings
Tuesday 17 March
General Meetings
Calendar Events & Details
Tuesdays 6:30pm for 6:45pm
The Royal Hotel
2 North Terrace Kent Town
Sarah Stewart
Kaitlin Piggott
Honorary Member
Steven Marshall MP for Norwood
Apologies and guests contact our Secretary by email or mobile 0433 387 082


Rotary Race Day

Rotary International is excited and proud to announce our partnership with the South Australian Jockey Club in the running of our Rotary Race Day. 

Rotary is the world’s oldest and largest service organisation made up of over 1.2 million individuals in 215 countries who volunteer to do good in the world. 

Rotary clubs bring together dedicated individuals to exchange ideas, build relationships, and take action. Our clubs also offer members opportunities to make new friends, and enjoy fun social activities. 

Each Rotary club is supported by Rotary International and The Rotary Foundation. Rotary International supports Rotary clubs worldwide by coordinating global programs, campaigns, and initiatives benefitting communities locally and internationally. 

The Rotary Foundation is Rotary’s charitable arm which funds projects by Rotarians and our partners in communities around the world. As a non-profit entity, all of the Foundation's funding comes from voluntary contributions made by Rotarians and friends who share our vision of a better world. 

With an expected public attendance of over 5000 people we invite you and your organisation to partner with Rotary at the 2015 Derby Day celebrations


Christmas in July Update

Past President Greg gave an update on progress towards the Christmas in July dinner for Shelter Box Australia. The date is officially Saturday the 25th July at the Royal Hotel.  Shelter Box Australia GM Mike Greenslade is confirmed as our key note speaker.
Rotary Club of Kent Town to support RYPEN 2015

This year we would like to announce that we will be supporting The Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment (RYPEN).

RYPEN aims to provide young people aged 15-17 years with the opportunity to develop their leadership potential, and gain experiences in problem solving and take control of their future. It is a two and a half day program

What: A weekend live-in leadership seminar
When: 10th - 12th April 2015
Where: Shiloh Hills Camp Site, Ironbank SA (map)

Link to RYPEN


Timmy's Story

Timmy is our most valuable Rotarian. He is loyal, welcoming, responsive and
productive. He is never depressed, always active and is a quiet club achiever. His
presence has raised many many dollars for the Rotary Club of Encounter Bay over
many years.

In recent times the Rotary Club of Encounter Bay has honoured Graham Brown
(PHF Sapphire) and his wife (Honoury Member Carole Brown - PHF). They have
been responsible for leading many of the club fund raising projects and wherever they
go, Timmy goes as well. Timmy is their dog.

When it comes to selling Boat Raffle tickets, Timmy is always there - usually dressed
in Rotary attire - and people passing can’t resist stopping to give him a pat, cuddle or
tid-bit - and they buy a raffle ticket as a result and perhaps one more when they go
past later on. He is a conversation starter and a draw card. The tail wags as he says
thanks and people leave with smiles on their faces.
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"Don't audit life. Show up and make the most of it now."
- Unknown

2013-2014 BOARD

Sarah Stewart

Vice President
Kaylene Kranz

Immediate Past President & Community Director
Teagan Webb

Club Administration
Greg Love

Kaitlin Piggott

Augustine Bhaskarraj

Foundation Director
Nelson Sans Cadena

Youth Director
Steve Hayter

International Service Projects Director
Jesse Barker Gale

Communication and Visibility
Sarah Stewart and Greg Love


31th Meeting for 2014/15

Tuesday 26 February

Vice President Kaylene Kranz

The Royal Hotel, Kent Town


Guest Speaker Vikram Madan

On leave is Jess and Tegan

Visiting Rotarians  

Dawn Stodden
Rotary Club of Kent Town
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