Club Meetings and Activities

MARCH IS WATER AND SANITATION MONTH

Monday 25th
Just us working together to plan whilst applying the Rotary Four Way Test at Kingborough Bowls Club.  Just us working together to plan and engage. Check out the range of Rotary Projects we link to at ROTARY PROGRAMSÂ

Friday March 29th
Kingborough Hub opens : check out what is happening 
here

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Actioning over the weekend of  29th til 31st March 
KINGSTON ROTARY CATERING
at THE LEA SCOUT CAMP

ROTARY YOUTH PROGRAM OF ENRICHMENT (RYPEN) 

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Come meet us for a sizzling time on Saturday 30th March at the KINGSTON ROTARY BARBECUE AT BUNNINGS, Kingston

APRIL IS MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH MONTH

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No fools here at Kingborough Bowls Club

Club Visit to the Channel Heritage and Folk Museum at Margate convening at 1815 (6.15pm), where the current Exhibit focus is Blackmans Bay History.

Following the tour we are moving to the Kingborough Bowls Club at 19.15 (7.15pm) for Club time followed by dinner at 1930 (7.30pm)

IT IS ON AGAIN – Kingston Beach Fun Run

Registrations open in April

challenge your family and friends connect across 5km

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Tuesday 2nd head to KINGSTON LIBRARY 10.30 til noon for
“FINAL FAREWELLS”       ADVICE FROM LEGAL AID

Monday 8 DAYS FOR GIRLS are“ Cutting fabric, finishing bags, Pressing and counting items. We are Sewing Liner components using Overlockers and straight stitching. At Christ the Priest Meeting Rooms- all community members welcomed at 2 Jindabyne Rd whenever you can share 10am-3pm contact kingstontas@daysforgirls.org 

Weekend Friday 12th to Sunday 14th
ROTARY DISTRICT CONFERENCE

Monday 15th      SPECIAL EVENTS
Visit the Club at Brookfield

CLUB VISIT TO BROOKFIELD with Host: JULIE

Easter Monday 22nd April: NO MEETING Just wishing you a safe and happy Easter Break

ANZAC Day, Thursday, 25th April 2019
Please Note: Some information below may be subject to change and will be updated as soon as new information is available.

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