River Fishing
River Boats
Palms Sunbathing
Lifesaving boat
sunset couple
Polio Train Ride
WORLD POLIO DAY

On 24 October 2019, Rotarians across the entire SE Qld train network - 221 stations will help raise $1 million toward ridding the world of Polio.

End Polio Now
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WHAT IS POLIO

HOW ROTARY IS ERADICATING POLIO

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Aust. Rotary Health
Australian Rotary Health, Research, Awareness, Education

Australian Rotary Health is a national, not-for-profit organisation which funds health research and provides community education about health in Australia. Wikipedia

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RYDA GENERAL
Saving Lives

Read why senior high school students should attend a RYDA NOOSA event.

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World Day Remembrance

WHEN:
17th November 2019

WHERE:
Tait Duke Community Cottage
Earl Street, Tewantin
(Opposite Noosa Marina)

TIME:
10am to 11.30am

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Sunny Kids
We support SUNNY KIDS, Sunshine Coast.


CHRIS TURNER, Sunny Kids Inc. CEO tells us how this organisation is helping kids take their place in society.

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RI President's Theme
RI President Mark Maloney's theme

What's happening in District 9600? Read District Governor's Newsletter

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GARRY CHURCH
GARRY CHURCH

Guest Speaker
Tuesday 3rd December
6pm for 6.30 start
TAIT DUKE COMMUNITY COTTAGE
Earl Street, Tewantin
(opposite Noosa Marina)

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    • Fun • Networking • Community

    A Thought in Time

    “It’s not the strongest of the species to survive or the most intelligent.

    It is the one most adaptable to change.”

    …. Charles Darwin

     


    Welcome to the Rotary Club of Noosa Heads ...

    Our new home is .... Tait Duke Community Cottage

    Earl Street, Tewantin opposite the Marina

    Club meetings every Tuesday 6pm for 6.30pm

    General meetings | Social meetings | Board meetings 

    Sometimes we have Guest Speakers.

    Social events are usually held at local restaurants.

    CHECK WHAT'S ON THIS WEEK

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    President’s  weekly “Rotary Round Up” of Events.

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    WHAT IS ROTARY

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    Structure, Foundation and Vision of Rotary

    (a comprehensive insight produced by Rotary International)

    Rotary and our community ...

    Rotary is a group of Men and Women of varied ages, giving their passion and time to a common goal - to run projects large and small to benefit our community, while at the same time enjoying the network that is Rotary.

    Rotary membership is open to all community minded men and women who feel they can help build a better life for others whether it be in our local area or international. Rotary members use their experience and expertise to create opportunities for building friendships, understanding and peace.

    Rotary was the first community service organisation in the world and has, since 1905 grown to be recognised as a leader in providing aid, housing, medical relief, scholarships and research for the benefit of countless millions. Rotary has over 1.2 million members in over 200 countries. Rotary draws heavily from people in business, offering an outlet away from work routines, with added benefits of networking opportunities. Many members are now retired and they love the social nature of Rotary. Our aim is to involve you; no matter where you come from, whatever you do and whenever you're able, to do good in the world and bring a smile to the face of others.

     


     

    This website offers you an insight into Rotary life. Some members have busy lives and dedicate a little time. Others invest many hours. Rotary offers members many opportunities - a chance to get involved at a level that suits your lifestyle and time in projects that match your personality.

    Over 40 years ago Rotary undertook to "rid the world of polio". From this promise followed a strong relationship with UNICEF and has been recognised by Bill Gates to the extent that for every dollar Rotary raises, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation donates another two. We are so close. Why not become a friend of Rotary and help us to achieve this goal? Doing good in the world.

    Our team looks forward to seeing you!

    Visit us :-)
    Meet our team. Hear a quality guest speaker.

    We can explain a bit more about Rotary and our Club.
    You won't be pressured to join .. but we'd love to show you some benefits!

    Visitors from overseas and interstate clubs drop in as a 'make-up' while away from home. This can be a fascinating way to hear what Rotarians are doing in other parts of the world. Our own members reciprocate when travelling interstate or overseas by visiting other clubs. This is a magnificent way to make new friends and new connections.

    READ WHAT WE GET UP TO :-

    Club Bulletins     Club Newsletters    

    District 9600 News     Rotary International

    Videos

    BILL GATES ADDRESSING ROTARIANS ON POLIO
    THE POWER OF ONE - US$1.3M
    SPARTAP
    RSE RYDA PROMO
    RYDA CINEMA ADVERT
    RYDA ABC NEWS - Adelaide
    BONO Visits Polio Eradication Clinic

    POLIO ERADICATION IN NIGERIA, AFGANISTAN and PAKISTAN

    ROTARIANS CAN BE MENTORS
    Explore a selection of ongoing Programs Rotary manages locally, around Australia and Internationally. Our Club supports many of these. Explore a selection of ongoing Programs Rotary manages locally, around Australia and Internationally. Our Club supports many of these. read more >>
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    Join in with us as our members support projects in our community - Service Above Self - Rotary's proud motto internationally! Join in with us as our members support projects in our community - Service Above Self - Rotary's proud motto internationally! read more >>
    Rotarian Marie-Irène Richmond-Ahoua has been volunteering for polio eradication in Côte d’Ivoire since the earliest days of the global initiative to end the disease. In this Q&A, she discusses how she first got involved in the cause and why she remains a dedicated polio eradicator.
Rotarian Marie-Irène Richmond-Ahoua has been volunteering for polio eradication in Côte d’Ivoire since the earliest days of the global initiative to end the disease. In this Q&A, she discusses how she first got involved in the cause and why she remains a dedicated polio eradicator. read more >>