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The Rotary Club of Norwest Sunrise is a passionate and active group of community minded local business people committed to making a difference.

As well as conducting Rotary business, we get a lot a lot of value from our friendships. There is a great feeling of camaraderie – we are like one big family! Our members are a healthy mix of both men and women from various industries and professions. All of us still work and are active in the community, so if you have an image that Rotary is made up of elderly, silver haired gentlemen, put it to the back of your mind and let us surprise you!

We love having visitors and showcasing what we do for the local community and overseas, and over the past few months have increased our membership. As a club, we are always looking to make a positive difference both locally and across the globe through fundraising, service and connection with our local community. We have some exciting projects we are working on, so come and visit to learn more and let us know if being involved interests you.

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It was great to hear Bill Duncan’s talk today on the Volunteer drought.
A volunteer for over 50 years, the RFS member has studied patterns and why people aren’t volunteering…they need to be asked ❤️
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I'm trylly missing you all, sending lots of love from Goulburn 🤗🤗🤗

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Cherelyn and Robert got to meet Mouse yesterday. ... the beautiful horse we support at Rda Tall Timbers The Gables.
They did not say if they got to ride Mouse, those would have been great photos!
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Cherelyn and Robert got to meet Mouse yesterday. ... the beautiful horse we support at Rda Tall Timbers The Gables.
They did not say if they got to ride Mouse, those would have been great photos!Image attachment

Our second day at Picton with President Lyn from Rotary Club of Picton NSW. After 30 km of walk in heat we arrived to Picton, cold drinks were waiting for us and thay offer thier beautiful home for us to rest for the night. Bob is a Rotarian of 50 years. This is the power of Rotary😍 ... See MoreSee Less

Our second day at Picton with President Lyn from Rotary Club of Picton NSW. After 30 km of walk in heat we arrived to Picton, cold drinks were waiting for us and thay offer thier beautiful home for us to rest for the night. Bob is a Rotarian of 50 years. This is the power of Rotary😍Image attachment

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Great work Rotary Club of Picton NSW

We are so lucky to have amazing people pulling together making a better world

So special so hospitable.

There was no Rotary meeting this morning but some members headed to State Parliament House to wish President Azita Abdollahian and Andy well on their 309km walk to Canberra and Federal Parliament to draw attention to the current plight of women in Iran.
Since 22-year-old Mahsa Jina Amini killed in police custody in Iran over 20,000 protestors have been imprisoned and 67 young people killed. Their aim is to lobby Parliament to cut ties with the Islamic Regime in Iran and list Islamic Rupublic Guard Corps (IRGC).
#womenlifefreedom
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Well done Azita and safe journey on your long walk! I really appreciate your passion and dedication in fighting for this change. 🙏

We are with you on expressing our frustration with the lack of support from our government to the cause that it's to save lives. Keep positive and we see you in Canberra next week.

Thank you for having a voice for women & change with you both in mind body & spirit in your UN human rights to Freedom God bless you for you 🙏👉🆗️

Wishing you safe passage & looking forward to meeting you tomorrow night, regards Lyn from #TheRotaryClubofPictonNSW

Keep safe madam President Azita Abdollahian

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Friday mornings are always inspiring and this morning Karo Haltmeier from the Kenthurst Rotary Club and fellow Kenthurst Rotarian Mike O’Connell spoke to us about building a dental clinic in a by the Sepik River in the north of PNG to service thousands of people in the region.
It’s amazing the power of Rotary to make a difference.💙
Our visitors this morning included Councillors Barbara Burton and Frank de Masi as well as Rotarian and former Mayor Michelle Byrne.
🌟We won’t be meeting next Friday at council as some of us will be waving off President Azita as she walks from Parliament House Sydney to Canberra on January 27th to make a statement about the treatment of women in Iran. 👣
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It’s great to see teams building relationships with each other in rotary👏👏👏

Good to see collaboration between our Rotary clubs

I look forward to visiting you soon

Yesterday our club was honoured to be a finalist in the Hills Australia Day awards as Community group of the year which was deservedly won by The Hills SES. The very humble and hugely deserving Paul Rapp from The Rotary Club of Kenthurst was named Hills Senior Citizen of the Year. It’s great to be in the company of people who serve others🌟 ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations. A thoroughly deserved nomination. 👍👏🏼👏🏼

Well done Norwest Sunrise Rotary Club and also all the Rotary clubs in The Hills of which Paul is a truly outstanding ambassador for

We were missing a few much-loved faces but we welcomed a few additions for our first meeting of the year this morning🎉it was great to hear everyone’s news and to plan for the next few months. Our IWD breakfast will be the first Friday in March so please save the date💙#norwestrotary #ServiceAboveSelf #Norwest ... See MoreSee Less

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Such a happy photo, the energy, the commitment of all present is palpable in these photos.

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