Rotary Club of Howrah
– a switched on club – Working for our community
District 9830. Tasmania, Australia
We’re holding a giant book sale from 19 August onwards at the Howrah Beach Shopping Centre. We’re in the shop next to the post office (Old pharmacy)..
Every Friday and Saturday 10 am to 4 pm for the next few weeks.
Good adult and children’s books and non fiction from $2 each
All proceeds to Rotary Community Projects
View the future – Drones for film and photos, mapping, surveying, farming, forest management and racing.
Saturday 15 October, Lauderdale School Grounds
Fashion Parade -again in 2016
VENUE: TASMANIA POLICE ACADEMY
SOUTH ARM HIGHWAY, ROKEBY
Saturday 19 November 2016
Proceeds to Stay ChatTY (Youth Suicide Prevention) and Parkinsons Research
Ring Helen on 0427 558 897 or Robyn on 0419 882 876
Rotary Club of Howrah is an active Club supporting all Areas of Rotary Service. In participating in these activities we encourage those offering whole Club Fellowship.
Hobart with a population of 150,000 is the capital city of Tasmania, Australia’s smallest, island state.
Howrah is a residential suburb of Hobart situated across the river from the city centre on the Eastern Shore. It is in the Clarence Municipality. Our members are drawn primarily from the Eastern Shore of Hobart.
During the 39 years of this club the Rotary Club of Howrah has developed a number of local projects. Amongst them a Barbecue at Cremorne, a shelter for the Orana Girl Guide Camp, parks and pathways at Howrah and a Barbecue Rotunda at Wentworth Park.
Amongst our newer projects are the reconstruction of the foreshore_walkway at Tranmere , the Rotuma Playground at Tranmere and an ANZAC grave restoration at Rokeby.
The Rotary Club of Howrah sees support for young people as an important aspect of our community service.
We meet every Thursday at the Tasmanian Police Academy, Rokeby. 6:00 for 6:30pm.
The meeting generally finishes soon after 8:00pm
On our Facebook page….
Office Bearers for 2016/ 17
Secretary: Rob Warren
Treasurer: Lindsay Chivers, Assistant John Anderson
Directors: Reg Emmett, Robyn Harrison, Helen Murray, Gayle Smith,Suzanne Watton, June Woolley,
An appreciative letter from a student we sent to the National Youth Science Forum in January 2014. We have two students selected for intervew for the 2016 Forum.
I’m writing to inform the Rotary Club of Howrah that I’ve been selected as a Tuckwell Scholar at the Australian National University for 2015.This is a unique scholarship providing opportunities for leadership and giving back to Australia, and has a monetary value of $104,500 over 5 years.
I’d like to thank Rotary again for providing the opportunity to attend the National Youth Science Forum where I first heard about the scholarship and where I learned the skills and values for which I was selected.
Without Rotary I would not have been placed on my current path, and would not be receiving such opportunities to achieve, and give back to the community. Thank you for your support of me and of the NYSF.
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