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The Rotary Club of Mount Martha meetings is one of the most enjoyable things about being in Rotary. Nice company and conversations as well as all the nitty-gritty Rotary stuff thrown in for good measure. 
 
If you are interested in Rotary, what it does and how it works, now is the perfect time to find out!
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The annual golf day saw 72 players brave the cold and blustery weather at the Mount Martha Public Golf Course. A great result with over $10,000 being raised. Thank you to all the participants and especially the sponsors and supporters.
 
 
 
We at Rotary Club of Mount Martha are excited to be working with the 7 other Mornington Peninsula Rotary clubs and the Mornington Peninsula Shire to support the development of the Peninsula Trail by providing community facilities as part of their celebration of Rotary’s Centenary in Australia. The recent installation of new seats on the Harrap Creek Trail just inside the Briars entrance.
#peninsulatrail #peopleofaction
 
One of Rotary’s youth programs is the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA). RYLA is an intensive leadership experience organized by Rotary clubs and districts where you develop your skills as a leader while having fun and making connections. This year’s event is from 27 June to 2 July 2022.
To find out more, email ryla@rotary9820.org.au or contact us at RC Mount Martha.
 
See what past RYLA participants have to say about this fantastic program at https://www.youtube.com/watch?  v=gwiAr-hxvq4
 
The effects of the volcano and tsunami on January 15th will be far-reaching, impacting the Tonga Community for months, possibly years to come.
Communication remains problematic with international and inter-island call still no possible due to the damage to the undersea cable.
Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS) will be working with Rotary New Zealand World Community Service (RNZWCS) and Rotary Club of Nuku’alofa (Tonga) in providing aid and assistance to the affected communities’ and restoring their livelihoods.
 
RAWCS has registered a Rotary Australia Relief Fund project to seek financial assistance from Rotary Clubs, the public and private sector.
Donations to the RAWCS Relief Fund are tax deductible.
Donate through https://rawcs.org.au/
 
Sigiri is a village of about 1,500 people at stands 45 minutes’ drive from Mt Hagen, PNG. The village has no running water, and the women and children must walk over one kilometre and return with water in buckets, there are several structures in the village with metal roofs but no guttering or means to capture water. The project was initiated through Rotary Australia World Community Service to assist with funding of the project. Funds were received from Rotary Club of Mount Martha, Rotary Club of Warrnambool, Dragon Boats Australia, and individual donations.
 
Members of Mt Martha Rotary recently took action in creating lasting change through the clubs Rotary Overseas Relocated Playgrounds project. Three playgrounds that were harvested from Dega Ave Bentleigh, Bay Mt Martha and Memorial Drive, Noble Park have been delivered to the Rotary Donation in Kind (DIK) warehouse in Footscray.
 
These playgrounds were loaded in a shipping container and are now bound for Sri Lanka.
 
Rotary members share a unique passion for taking action to improve their communities and the world. 
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