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  • Start of 2014 eventRaising funds to Save Lives!
    start of the Bobbin Head Cycle Classic
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    2nd Sunday of the month, rain or shine, every month


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    scenic Bobbin Head

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  • Uganda School for Life

    School for Life, Uganda - helping to provide access to a quality education.

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    ShelterBoxes to
    Australian and overseas
    disaster victims

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    Eagles RAPS

    (Recognition And Prevention of Suicide)

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  • 104km riders line up to start the Bobbin Head Cycle Classic
  • Gordon Markets. Under cover. 2nd Sunday of every month
  • Bobbin Head Cycle Classic - 'Thank you Rotary!'
  • Katuuso Primary and Vocational Centre, Uganda
  • Rotary ShelterBoxes sent to Thai Floods
  • supporting the remarkable work by this alternative education setting for young people who have had difficult times in mainstream school settings.

Programme

Mon Oct 23 @ 6:30PM - 08:30PM
Professor Carolyn Sue, Interim Director of the Kolling Institute will talk about advances in treating neuromuscular diseases
Mon Oct 30 @ 6:30PM - 08:30PM
Alicia Poto from the Sydney School of Public Health will explain the innovative programs developed to encourage an understanding of nutrition amongst indigenous children
Mon Nov 06 @ 6:30PM - 08:30PM
International Night at restaurant

Latest News

Youth Science & Innovation Awards (YSIA)
Web site: https://sites.google.com/view/ysia-rotary-kuringgai/home
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ysia.rotary.kurringgai/
Registration for YSIA Workshops on 1 April, 6 May or 3 June.
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27 June
- Annual Report: an exciting club doing great things
6 June - club to sponsor and mentor an overseas post graduate student under the Rotary Foundation Global Grant program

AdvayeeHelping a Potential Engineer

A recent restaurant night was also the prize giving event for the winners of our YSIA (Youth Science and Innovation Awards). President Malcolm Braid presented the prize for the best overall project to Advayee Ramesh from Willoughby Girls High School. Advayee created an ingenious way of folding materials to enhance their structural strength. A potential engineer we wonder?

The prize?: a GoPro

 

So satisfying being with ordinary people having fun doing amazing things!

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