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Ride the Bellarine is a District Fundraising Event, run by the 15 combined Rotary Clubs of Geelong.  This event, now in its 4th year, raises funds to support the End Polio Now Campaign.

  

Registrations for Ride the Bellarine 2018 now open!. Click https://www.registernow.com.au/secure/Register.aspx?E=28260 to register today. This unique ride, on 15 April 2018, will take you around the beautiful Bellarine, enjoying amazing scenery while you raise funds to End Polio.

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District 9780 Governor Ray Herbert and his lovely wife, Deidre together with Assistant Governor Judy Beasley were our special guests at our regular Monday night dinner meeting.  DG Ray had a busy day meeting with our Board members and being updated on the progress of all projects currently underway or about to be implemented by the Rotary Club of Torquay.  DG Ray and ADG Judy were both very impressed with the briefing and provided positive feedback to members.  Thank you also to Rob Shedden for chaperoning Deidre whilst DG Ray attended to official matters.
 
DG Ray presented President Elect 2018/19 Trevor Pickles with his badge of office and congratulated him on stepping up.
After three years of planning, the joint Rotary/Lions shed, which is located behind the tennis courts at the Football Oval, is ready for use. A number of Rotarians joined the Lions members for the official opening on Monday 11th September and following Sunday's Cowrie Market our BBQ trailer moved into its new home. It still requires shelving and water at a later stage. Thanks to Mal Slater, John McDonald and all others involved in this project.
On Monday 28th August Torquay Rotarians enjoyed good fellowship, good food and good wine at the homes of three of our members who graciously offered to host this year's Fireside Chats.  By all accounts it was a fabulous evening and a terrific way to get to know members on a more personal level.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rotary’s 2017-18 International President, Australia’s Ian Riseley, wants a trachoma-free Australia by 2021, Rotary’s 100th year in Australia.  We are the world's only developed country with trachoma, an infectious eye disease that can be prevented with good hygiene practices. It is still present in remote Aboriginal communities and can lead to permanent blindness.to hear our Ron's challenge to beat trachoma by Australia's 100th Rotary Anniversary.
 
Click here to view his message. 
 


 
Bit of a consistent theme for John McDonald I think he's in training for Octoberfest, but a photographer he is not.
 
The Brewins "Glamping" on the Robe River 
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For photos of our successful Christmas in July 2017 click here or go to the Photo Albums link above
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Did anyone catch the article in the Surf Coast Times on Thursday.  If you didn't here it is.
Photos from our successful 12th July fundraising night "Dine with Cadel Evans", may be viewed by clicking on the PHOTO ALBUMS button above.
Call President Lesley on 0417 112 034 for more information on how YOU can join Torquay Rotary.
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Commonly held myths about Rotary are hereby BUSTED!!!
 
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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Torquay's website (based in Torquay, Victoria, Australia).  Our Club was formed in 1988.  It has a strong, local community focus.  At any one time, the Club supports a range of local, district, national and international projects. www.torquayrotary.org.au

The town of Torquay is the starting point of the world famous Great Ocean Road (click here). Many Rotarians who are on holiday from around the world often visit our Club, where they are always made most welcome.

If you would like to do a make-up at our Club, or would like to become a member of Rotary in the town of Torquay, you are always welcomed! 

To inform us of your attendance, and learn about any potential functions during your time of visit, please contact our Club at the telephone number listed at the top of our web site .


 
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We meet Mondays at 6:30 PM
Torquay Lions Village
Kooringa Place (road behind McDonalds)
Members not attending or visiting Rotarians wishing to book please Ph 5222 2022 before 9 am Monday
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