Date: Wednesday August 19, 2015, 8:00 pm
Tickets $30 each
Includes Sherrie on Arrival and Drinks & Nibbles after the show
An evening of entertainment not to be missed.
For Bookings Contact Roger Fairlam on 0418-363-077View ...
Date: Thursday August 20, 2015, 6:30 pm
A not to be missed opportunity to view or buy
a select range of original paintings from
some of Australia’s finest artists
Date: Thursday August 27, 2015, 6:30 pmView ...
Date: Monday September 28, 2015, 10:00 am
The Annual Rotary Club of Brighton Charity Golf Day is on again and this year will be held at the prestigious Huntingdale Golf Club Monday 28th September 2015. Free clinic for all golfers. Enjoy a great game of golf and then a sit down Gourmet BBQ meal to finish off the day. Excellent prizes.View ...
Date: Friday October 23, 2015, 7:30 pm
Head too Bendigo to see Colleen Hewett sing all of her hits at the Ulumbarra Theatre.
With very special guest MIKE BRADY Featuring his new album BLOODLINES
Special appearance from the 60’s M.P.D. LTDView ...
Date: Friday March 11, 2016, 6:00 pm
In March 2016 Rotary District 9800 aims to provide a world class Conference in Bendigo, the heart of our Rotary District.
The beautiful Bendigo the conference will focus on inspiring international, national and local speakers.
The weekend will be fun, relevant and provide insights into programs and projects that through partnerships develop resilient, harmonious communities. Rotarians will be informed, entertained and dined whilst networking and sharing ideas to improve communities at home and abroad.
Rooms have been reserved at "The Schaller Studio" but you need to be quick. So don't delay, contact Damien Hellard or Dale Hoy today.
Date: Thursday August 6, 2015, 6:30 pm
Colin Stimpson “A Social Enterprise"View ...
Date: Thursday August 13, 2015, 6:30 pmView ...
Date: Thursday September 3, 2015, 6:30 pmView ...
Date: Thursday September 10, 2015, 6:30 pmView ...
Date: Thursday September 17, 2015, 6:30 pmView ...
Weekly Meeting - Guest Speaker - The Hon T. A Fischer AC - "Anzac 101: Maestro John Monash and more!"
Date: Thursday November 12, 2015, 6:30 pmView ...
Bayley House put on a morning tea of thanks to the Rotary Club of Brighton for their fundraising efforts at the Dendy Deli fundraiser that was held in June 2015 and raised just over $45,000.
Thanks to Hanna El Mouallem and Cylde White from the Rotary Club of Brighton for your outstanding fundraising achievement.
A special thanks from the Rotary Club of Brighton goes to the staff at Bayley House for the amazing work you do to empower the disabled people in our community.
(Picture Left to right Clyde White, Dale Hoy, Hanna El Mouallem & Bruce Salvin)
Donation To Holland Foundation
Community Director Dale Hoy presented a cheque to the value of $6,750 too Grant Holland (far left) from Holland Foundation. Holland Foundation run a little Opportunity Shop in Bentleigh. Over the last 2 years Grant has trained and helped 147 long term unemployed citizens to find paid employment. Brilliant work Grant!!!
Anil (center) was one of Holland Foundations success stories having recently been employed by Epilepsy Foundation.
If you are ever in Center Road Bentleigh, why not drop in and say hello to Grant and have a look at the inspirational work he is doing for our community?
A VITAL nightly service for troubled youths has been saved.
Volunteer youth workers on board Whitelion’s Chatterbox Bus have been visiting homeless hot spots across Port Phillip almost every night for more than a decade to give food, water, first aid and friendship to at-risk children and teens.
There were fears the service would shut down this month after the ageing bus was taken off the road.
But now a new bus has hit the road, thanks to a donation from the Brighton Rotary Club and Crown Coaches.
Whitelion Chatterbox Street Outreach program leader Anthony Grimm said it was important to give vulnerable young people “consistency” and build trust.
“What the bus does is provide them with a safe and supportive environment in which to have some positive interactions with adults for a change as opposed to negative experiences,” Mr Grimm said.
“They aren’t bad kids, they’re good kids doing the best they can to survive.”Read more...
The purpose of HEAT is to reignite the motivation of young people who have lost their sense of purpose and are caught in the downwards spiral of homelessness, addiction and crime. Indeed, 80% of HEAT students go onto further education or employment.Read more...
The lives of 800 people in 3 remote Cambodian villages have undergone extraordinary change in the last 5 years.
Topics: fund raisingRead more...
Every Thursday 6:15pm for 6:30pm
4 The Esplanade, Brighton Beach.
Meetings close at 8 pm.
Cost $30.00 includes meal.