On Saturday 22 March 2014, Southbank Rotary celebrated Harmony Day at the Boyd Community Centre.Read more...
Sunday 4th May 2014.
Starting from Peppercorn Lawn, Alexandra Gardens.
The Avner Nahmani Pancreatic Cancer Foundation is the only Foundation in Australia exclusively focused on Pancreatic Cancer. The above statistics are why they exist and why the Foundation is driven to achieving double the number of Pancreatic Cancer survivors by 2020.Read more...
The first phase of community engagement took place from mid-February to mid-March 2014 with many people sharing their current experiences of City Road, both in person at the Boyd Community Hub and via the interactive map below. This valuable feedback will help inform the development of the draft master plan.
The second phase of community engagement will take place later in the year when the draft City Road Master Plan will be released for formal community engagement.
We’d like to introduce you to two great Miles for Smiles supporters – Stan Soutaris and Barry Richardson. Stan is the owner of ISM Interiors, a Victorian based commercial joinery and interiors contractor. Barry is a construction foreman for Lend Lease also based in Victoria. Both are motorcycle enthuisists and have been closely following our story and will be joining us for our Australian leg of the Smiles journey. Both riders are keen to fundraise as much as possible for Interplast Australia & New Zealand. Please join us in welcoming Stan and Barry to our cause!Read more...
1st April, 2014
Guest Speaker - Andrew MacLeod
Andrew MacLeod (Ba/LLB (Tas), LLM (Soton), GDip International Law (Melb), GAICD) is a well-respected business leader and former high level UN official responsible for emergency aid coordination in conflict and natural disaster settings. He will speak to the club about his involvement with communities in Africa and his role with the investment banking sector in the past with the UN.
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April 8, 2014
The National Stroke Foundation is pleased to be attending Rotary Southbank on April 8th to let you know about their work, how they fundraise to support what they do – and how Rotary can become involved.
Special Guests: Terry Thomas and Samantha RamsdenRead more...
Lead Article - Rotary Down Under
Malala Yousafzai became a celebrated global icon after she was shot for defying the Taliban by speaking out for girls' education. She also comes from a family of dedicated Rotarians who campaigned for the rights of villagers in the young activist’s homeland in Pakistan.Read more...
Back for the new year, Rotary Club of Southbank now meets every Tuesday night at the Boyd Community Centre. Continuing on with our aim of creating a closer connection with the community of Southbank, Boyd represents an opportunity to meet with and interact with residents and visitors to Southbank and learn of the opportunities for developing and enhancing project opportunities with the people who care most about our local community.Read more...
Rotary Club of Southbank
A club that is enterprising, caring and productive. Developing fellowship and implementing activities rich in choice, for the benefit of our community.
Meets Every Tuesday at Boyd Community Hub, 207 City Road, Southbank - 6pm for 6.30pm.
29: Harmony Day
All Month: Rotary & Friends @ Work
15: Annual General Meeting
29: Combined Night with Rotary Club of Melbourne South / Port Melbourne / Yarraville / St. Kilda
Venue: Life Saving Victoria, 38 Beaconsfield Parade. Suburb: PORT MELBOURNE
18: District Assembly