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Welcome to our club

SERVING THE COMMUNITY SINCE 1938

Bairnsdale

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 6:00 PM
Bairnsdale Club ph: 5152 4301
68 Nicholson Street
PO Box 287
Bairnsdale, VIC  3875
Australia
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Founded in 1938, the Rotary Club of Bairnsdale has been actively supporting worthy local, national and international causes for nearly 80 years.  

 

On 4 August 2018, the Rotary Club of Bairnsdale will be celebrating serving the local community for 80 years. A dinner will be held on that night, all past members and friends of our club are invited to attend
 
 

We have a heavy duty marquee available to hire for weddings, corporate events, birthdays and other functions.

 
$6000.00 donated to the Bower Birds
 
On Tuesday 10 April 2018, the Rotary Club held it's 35th Annual Golf Day in associated with the Bairnsdale Golf and Bowls Club. Over 150 participants registered on the day and together with raffles, putting competitions a great time was had by all. Over the last ten years the Bower Birds have sold tickets in the petrol raffle as well as catering for the day. 
 
We were able to hand over a cheque for $6000.00, the profit from the day, which they informed us will go to much needed equipment for the Bairnsdale Regional Hospital. Well done to everyone who helped on the day.
 
 
Rotarians Ula and Gillian travelled to Pokhara in Nepal to distribute 130 Days for Girls Kits
 
These kits are made here in Bairnsdale by Ula and her team of volunteer sewers. All fabric is still being cut by PHF Colin Toohey from Top Trim, saving much needed time. Ula has sewers in Orbost, organised by Alma Mundy, Twisted Threads in Johnsonville plus the many workshops she has at her own home, even taking her team to Mallacoota. Members of Inner Wheel have been willing helpers on the packing days, as the kits have to be prepared in a specific way. 
 
Ula and Gillian carried 130 kits from the local team and then in Moradabad, India, 135 kits were provided by a Melbourne chapter. 
Two members of the Rotary Club of Bairnsdale, Gillian Reeve and Ula Sheather, recently returned from a trip to Moradabad, India to participate, as volunteers,  at one of the National Immunisation Days organised by Rotary in partnership with UNICEF, The World Health Organisation plus the various health organisations in Moradabad.
 
This was the third visit for Gillian and second for Ula, who this year were part of a team of 13, which was organised at the Australian end, by Rotarians from the Rotary Club of Sandringham in Melbourne, who have made the trip six times.