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CLUB INFORMATION

Rotary Club of Central Blue Mountains Inc

Central Blue Mountains
We meet Wednesdays at 06:30 PM
The Grand View Hotel
174 Great Western Hwy
Wentworth Falls, NSW  2782
Australia
Phone:
0409 665 437
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WE HAVE A MISSION !
We have been awarded a RAWCS Project Fund (tax deductible donations) to raise A$280,000 to construct a new, enlarged Astha Home for Girls in Kathmandu, Nepal.
 
 
 
 
 
    SCHOOLS TREE DAY FRIDAY 27TH JULY 2018
Central Blue Mountains Rotary Going Green Team attended Lawson Public School to take part in a tree and shrub planting ceremony.  Central Blue Mountains Rotary supplied the shrubs. The kids planted them.
 
National Tree Day was Sunday, July 29, but schools celebrated the occasion on the Friday before.  Each year, around 3,000 preschools, kindergartens, primary and high schools take part in Schools Tree Day.  Students nationwide learn how to dig in for the environment and have fun getting grubby planting over 470,000 seedlings, trees, shrubs, edibles and flowers.
 
Schools Tree Day marks the beginning of a long-term environmental program and is also a reminder of the importance of nature in our daily lives and is a call-to-action for educators to introduce nature-care activities, outdoor learning, and healthy environmental programs into the day-to-day experience of our children to help them grow.
JUNIOR GARDENERS planting shrubs at Lawson Public School on Friday were Llewyn, Lily, Zena, Isla and Jayden, using the spade, Taryn, Flynn and Ben. Overseeing the exercise were Rotarians Ava Emdin (president) Ann Montague and Lora Stopic with school principal Moira McNair and teacher Penny Percival.
PRESIDENT'S WELCOME
Hello and welcome to our website. 
Here you’ll find a snapshot of who we are, what we do and why we do it. 
We’re beginning the new Rotary year with a first for Central Blue:  our joint presidency.  The photo displays our light-hearted approach as we seek to serve the community.
We have a shared vision with our members to have fun while we socialise, meet and work together as we raise funds, give our time and energy in local community service and support carefully chosen international projects approved by Rotary. 
Rotary International is a huge volunteer organisation – worldwide, humanitarian, inclusive, non-sectarian, non-political, forward-thinking. 
Our members and club here in the Central Blue Mountains are a microcosm of Rotary itself.  We support local, national and international activities focused on helping people and on helping people to help themselves; sustainability is a key aim.
So, as you’ve found us, enjoy touring our website.  Have we piqued your interest?  Then please contact us.  You are most welcome to visit our regular meetings, to participate in our activities and to socialise with us, “no strings attached”.  We are embarking on a new year and a new vision as we embrace this year’s Rotary theme,
“Be the Inspiration”.
Ava Emdin and Steve Cookson
2018-19 Joint Presidents
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