On Saturday 23 May, Engadine Rotary will celebrate its 47th birthday having been charted in 1973. For more about our history go to https://engadinerotary.org.au/sitepage/about-engadine-rotary-1
Throughout those years, Rotary has undergone considerable change in step with changing times and recessions . Even today with the Covid Virus and its restrictions on meetings, the Club  has had to move to video conferencing capability using  Zoom. This has enabled club members to have face to face communications remotely and continue with its business of Serving our Community.  See  recent donation of mobile scooter at https://engadinerotary.org.au/Stories/engadine-rotary-helps-out-a-very-deserving-engadine-couple 
Over these years, Our mission  has not varied and continues to embrace the ideals of Rotary International, contributing to a better Engadine District and a better world through significant service while providing extraordinary opportunities for networking, fellowship, friendship and personal growth.
To see some of our achievements read on 
  • Over the past 22 years, Engadine Rotary has conducted a Sydney to Surfers bike ride raising funds for Fr Chris Riley's Youth Off the Street organisation. During this time Engadine Rotary has raised in excess of $3 million. 
  • Each year it conducts the monster Carols for People concert at Christmas time. Planning is now in full swing for this coming Christmas .Hopefully restrictions will clear for us to  again hold it.
  • The Club continues to promote an extensive range of programs designed to develop, educate and award Youth and Young People from Secondary, TAFE and University such as the National Youth Science forum (  visit https://engadinerotary.org.au/sitepage/national-youth-science-forum   for more details). The Club also coordinates the "U turn the wheel" program coordinated for our three local high schools. The "U Turn the Wheel" program is a one-day in-school road safety program that is now being delivered to Year 11 students.   
  • We continue to provide financial support to Engadine District Youth Service EDYS
  • We also clean up the social blights of graffiti on an almost regular basis.  
  • On the International level the club has participated in a number of Safe Water Saves Lives projects  by providing water tanks in the Oro Province of PNG following cyclone Hugo and  in Fiji with the Rotahomes programs .
  • During the 1980's Engadine Rotary  raised funds (along with other Rotary clubs world wide) for the elimination of Polio. However an often forgotten epidemic is that of Malaria where according to the latest World malaria report, released in December 2019, there were 228 million cases of malaria  The estimated number of malaria deaths stood at 405 000 in 2018. In 2018/19 Engadine made a substantial contribution to the malaria vaccine research project being conducted by Griffith University Qld       
 One can see that Engadine Rotary is indeed a very active club involved in much Humanitarian work,  but this is sometimes  restricted by the level of our membership. So if you like what we do and would like to be part of our team visit our website at  https://engadinerotary.org.au/   and contact the Club  by email through  https://engadinerotary.org.au/singleemail/contactus  . 
Membership of Engadine Rotary provides the opportunity to:
  • become connected to your community
  • work with others in addressing community needs
  • interact with other professionals in your community
  • assist with Rotary lnternational humanitarian service efforts
  • establish contacts with an international network of professionals
  • develop leadership skills  involve family in promoting service efforts
  • membership is not gender based ,we have both male and female members. 
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Just don't think about it ;  get active and join this highly motivated and innovative Club