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.
Latest Club Activites
And the sausages have started sizzling at Bunnings Castle Hill. The best value breakfast/lunch in town💙 ALL proceeds to charity ... See MoreSee Less
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Sizzling form ! Will see you at noon 🌟
Our guest speaker today was Emmanuel Martin,
general manager of BREED an Employment and Development Not For Profit based at Quakers Hill.
The Business incubator has 30 offices for start up businesses at its premises and is about to open a podcast studio.
The main focus on youth is to Build self belief and offer pathways to achieve goals,
Provide training, coaching and mentoring support and build industry employment.
BREED runs 10-week programs for people wanting to start a business.
Many of our members were away today due to business, sickness and holidays but those that were there were keen to connect as BREED is looking for volunteer mentors.
Maria spoke to members about the Rotary District Conference at Cowra, saying how worthwhile it had been and how great it was to hear our inspirational President Azita address the 300 delegates .
To find out more about BREED visit www.breedaustralia.com.au To find out more about our club visit us for breakfast on Fridays at the Hills Shire Cafe Norwest. #norwestrotary #ServiceAboveSelf #norwest ... See MoreSee Less
Missed you guys today.
The Cowra Caption competition is now in play. Please write your suggested caption under the photo concerned 😃 ... See MoreSee Less
The ladies who lunch 🥗
Looks like you had fun in the sun
Put a bunch of Rotarian in a room we always have fun ❤️
A great way to connect and inspire ... See MoreSee Less
President Azita , Deb S, Daisy Ann, Cherelyn and Maria are hanging out with DG Mina at this weekend’s District Conference in Cowra and are having a wonderful time ... See MoreSee Less
Have fun everyone! 💙💛
Good on you lovely ladies. Have fun.
Have fun everyone 😘
Today we heard from Barbara Mifsud from Rotary International South Pacific and Philippines about membership and what makes a good club.
✅ People join for friendship
✅ Great projects
✅ Leadership training
and making a difference which is exactly why they stay✅
We are incredibly proud of our friendly vibrant club.
Huge applause 👏🏻 to Cherelyn who decorated our hiking stick for this weekend’s District conference at Cowra.
A huge job well done 👍
Quite a few of our much-loved ❤️ regulars were missing but it was a good crowd to say Happy birthday Jeremy🎉 ... See MoreSee Less
Imagine Rotary in your life 🌟 ... See MoreSee Less
Cleaning up at Bella Vista Farm 💙 ... See MoreSee Less
Clean up today at 11am at Bella Vista Farm 💙 ... See MoreSee Less
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Refugee advocate, survivor and 2021 Australia of the Year - Local Hero Rosemary Kariuki OAM
got our IWD breakfast to a cracking g start this morning.
It was fitting that she was introduced by our inspirational President Azita Abdollahian who is also a refugee, women’s advocate and survivor.
Rosemary spoke about her amazing journey from trauma and violence in Kenya to making friends in Australia through talking, sharing food and dancing.
Her book: A Joyful Life is published this week.
“Let us support each other as women” she said.
“Always know there is a light at the end of the tunnel.”
She was followed by Disabilty advocate Julie Charlton who has a list of incredible achievements both on and off the sporting field. She has faced huge obstacles but achieved many things.
“I am 23 and ready to retire, “ she joked.
June Young OAM has spent 40 years volunteering with seven organisations not least Legacy and Rotary.
A very proud Rotarian , she says it has given her an amazing opportunity to see the power of change in action.
Over 50 people attended the IWD breakfast this morning, including District Governor Mina Howard .
Thank you everyone who came along. ... See MoreSee Less
I forgot to say that I’m also a Rotarian of Gregory Hills Rotary members. Thanks for having me
You are amazing and inspiration people Rosemary Kariuki Julie Charlton and June Young . I also never tire of hearing why Azita Abdollahian Krissie Webb and Deborah Salkeld are proud Rotarians
Hearty Congratulations. The photos indicate the positive vibes in the room, the warmth of shared values and friendships.
Absolutely Fabulous Team Norwest Sunrise Rotary Club congratulations well done! 🙏💜👉
Azita Abdollahian you have taken the club to next level and wonderful to watch your leadership. 🙏