Applications are now open for the National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) 2021 Year 12 program
Year 11 students interested in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) are now invited to apply for the upcoming Year 12 Program. Students must apply through the NYSF website www.nysf.edu.au by 14th Jun.
In 2021 the program will run at the following locations and dates:
- Session A; Mon 4th – Wed 13th Jan 2021; ANU Canberra
- Session B; Mon 11th – Wed 20th Jan 2021; University of Queensland, Brisbane
- Session C; Mon 18th – Wed 27th Jan 2021; ANU Canberra
The Rotary Club of Narre Warren will support families with 50% of the fee if you are selected as a successful student by the club.
For more information, please contact the Generation Director of the Rotary Club of Narre Warren, Dr Mohamad Hassan Amin, known as “Mamad” via email: email@example.com
Due to the COVID 19 social distancing restrictions Rotary Club of Narre Warren are holding weekly online meetings each Wednesday night. This is working well and a good opportunity for a social get together, chat and discussion each week.
The Rotary Club of Narre Warren are pleased to have Jeff ‘Joffa’ Corfe Come and have a chat to members and guests to talk about life, homelessness and Epilepsy. This will be a great night so come and see how Joffa came to be the man he is and the story behind ‘that’ gold jacket. October 23 Fountain Gate hotel, tickets available on this website next week.
Joffa works nights at a Salvation Army Hostel and is a passionate ambassador for Epilepsy Victoria. He also is a supporter of RecLink Football in Victoria which provides opportunities for social engagement through sport and particularly the Collingwood Knights. His book will be available to purchase with all proceeds to Epilepsy Foundation
Bookings closed !!!
City Of Casey
We are very pleased to announce that the City of Casey is locked in as our proud sponsor for our Annual Golf Day for the next 3 years. City of Casey will join Hallam Trucks and R& C Asphalt as major sponsors for this business networking and fundraising event which will be held this year at Berwick Montuna Golf Club on Friday November 22nd 2019.
Visit the golf day page on this site and email us to make a booking for this event.
After a few years at different locations we are really pleased to be back at the Fountain Gate Hotel for our regular meetings. The room allows us to more professionally manage guest speakers and larger groups when members from other Rotary Clubs join us for a joint meeting. Come join us for a meeting and dinner !!!
For our first meeting back at the Fountain Gate Hotel and our first meeting for the new Rotary Year President Keith had the pleasure of inducting two new members into Rotary Narre Warren
With the strong Leadership of 2017-2018 President Dr Mohamad Hassan Amin (Mamad), the Club received a “Presidential Citation” for their efforts to develop projects that changed lives for Local and International Communities.
Once again The Hallam Truck Centre has come on board as one of the major sponsors for the 2018 Mayoral Charity Golf Day on November 23 rd. We would like to thank Hallam Truck Centre for their community spirit and generous support . Player teams spots are still available, see the gold day page in our events menu on this website
The Rotary Club of Narre Warren are pleased to announce that The City of Casey is once again a proud major supporter of the 2018 Mayoral Charity Golf day on November 23rd at Berwick Montuna Golf Course.
Many great thanks to the City of Casey for supporting Rotary Community Projects in Narre Warren and the local community.
As of the new Rotary year starting July 2018, the Rotary Club of Narre Warren will be meeting on a fortnightly basis rather than a weekly basis. We will meet on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month. On nights where there is no formal meetings, sub committees can meet on a more informal basis for planning of events or projects in their portfolio.
This new system has a number of benefits 1) It makes it easier for new or existing members who find in difficult to attend every week. 2) Project planning can now be performed on Wednesday off nights, negating the need to have multiple Rotary meetings in the one week. 3) It creates a point of difference with other Rotary Clubs in the area. Potential new members who would find a weekly meeting difficult to attend can now join Rotary Narre Warren and attend on a fortnightly basis.
We are currently meeting at 6.30 pm at the Narre Warren Bowls Club for club meetings and a two course dinner.