Rotary Gungahlin 2015 in Review

For a small club, we sure do achieve a lot. It has been a very productive year, and we are looking forward to 2016 being even bigger and better. Small clubs face many challenges, but I am proud that we do not let our size scare us off getting involved and making a great difference … Continue reading Rotary Gungahlin 2015 in Review

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What I love about a Rotary BBQ

by Emma Hales Getting out of my car at the hardware store this morning, the smell of the sausages and onions cooking on the barbecue beckoned. My mouth was watering as I fumbled around for my $2.50 and bought my sausage sandwich. I ate it quickly and loved every bite - there's just nothing like … Continue reading What I love about a Rotary BBQ

The Key 9 March 2015

Greetings! This week's edition of The Key is available to download - click here: The Key 9 March 2015. There is plenty happening in the club at the moment, so we encourage all members to be as involved as possible, and anyone considering joining Rotary... now is a great time to come and get a … Continue reading The Key 9 March 2015

Five Peaks Challenge

Hey, cyclists!! The Woden Rotary club is again running the Five Peaks Challenge on 26 April 2015, in and around Canberra. It is similar to previous years with two distances (118 km and 83 km) but this year in addition to the five peaks (Mt Stromlo, Red Hill, Mt Pleasant, Mt Ainslie and Black Mt) … Continue reading Five Peaks Challenge

The Key 5 January 2015

Gungahlin Rotary's first newsletter of 2015... read about how we have contributed to the Bo Children's Hospital in Sierra Leone, and how we are supporting a project in Timor Leste for malnourished children. Click here for the newsletter: The Key 5 January 2015 A reminder that anyone is welcome to come along as a guest … Continue reading The Key 5 January 2015