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Enjoy Christmas carols this Saturday at Kenthurst Rotary Park. 🎶🎶🎶 ... See MoreSee Less

Enjoy Christmas carols this Saturday at Kenthurst Rotary Park. 🎶🎶🎶

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I'll be there with bells on...🤩🎄🎄🎄🆗️

Today we welcomed Florence Lee- Gunawan from Love for Australia Charity who runs a food pantry for those in need.
She told us: “It’s more than the items we are giving people. We want them to enter the store and feel loved
Our vision is to see every Australian, especially those going through hardship and tough times, feel loved and care for
We want people know there is support and we are here to support them. “
Club members donated food items to Florence. We also welcomed returning visitors, Rose, Gary, Tamkin and Christene💜
To find out more about Florence’s registered charity she runs with her family visit www.loveforaustralia.com.au
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Congratulations Madeleine Hills Rotaract Club, Inc . Such a dynamic club with dynamic members. In the latest Hills to Hawkesbury Community News ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations Madeleine Hills Rotaract Club, Inc . Such a dynamic club with dynamic members. In the latest Hills to Hawkesbury Community News

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Congratulations

We all sat up straighter when chiropractor Nicholas Miller had a talk with us today about why good posture is so important, along with exercise and healthy eating!
We also had the great pleasure of welcoming Mitch as our newest Rotarian and welcomed Minna as a guest.
The energy in the room always gives us a Friday morning boost and the conversations just flow.
Asked what year people would choose to live in was a great ice-breaker. The most selected was NOW followed by World War 2!!!
We meet every Friday morning at the Hills Shire Cafe at the Council admin building at Norwest at 7am for 7.20am start. Visitors are always assured a warm welcome💜
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Someone left a pair of glasses at the Garage Sale trail yesterday. Thanks to everyone who helped. ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you so much for everyone who has visited our Rotary Garage sale on Delaney Dtive Baulkham Hills. We are here until 4pm Garage Sale Trail ... See MoreSee Less

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Wonderful work, looking good ladies & gentlemen!! God bless you all🙏🆗️ starting my garage sale trail next weekend 🤩

A great day of meeting people, saving items from landfill and raising money for charity. Win win win

We are waiting for you at Delaney Drive Baulkham Hills. You can purchase pre loved item and enjoy the bargain 🤗 ... See MoreSee Less

Huge Congratulations to our Vocational Excellence Award winners who were special guests at our Friday morning Rotary meeting . Richard Holland from Sydney Hills Business Chamber volunteer and aged care and Disabilty worker Edison Rivera, scientist Mira Gorrion and Karen Needs fromWesley Uniting Church Castle Hill. All amazing winners, whose dedication, empathy and care are at the forefront of all they do. We also welcomed our newest member Josh and Alex won the raffle! A wonderfully positive morning. Thank you too to Clr Frank De Masi and Dr Michelle Byrne - Emeritus Mayor for attending ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations everyone. Your hard work is appreciated

Congratulations to our very own Daisy Ann Gonzalez for being appointed by the Rotary Club International's Rotary Action Group Against Slavery ('RAGAS') board as Ambassador and coordinator for NSW. Their first Ambassador in Australia.
It was a talk about the sheer volunteer of slavery around the world by guest speaker Anna Ruth from Freedom for Humanity that spurred Daisy Ann into action.
She asked what she could do and what Rotary was doing and has joined up with RAGAS. Club members are asked to join too.
A victim of horrific Domestic Violence in the Philippines, Daisy came to Australia with her five children to protect them.
“I am dedicating my life to eradicating human slavery” she said during an impassioned speech.
Sy Lagaaia from RAGAS was our guest speaker who said there are over 40million people in slavery across the globe including forced labour, sexual servitude and forced marriages involving very young girls.
“130 people are trafficked worldwide every hour,” he said.
Our club is spearheading RAGAS … if Rotary can stop Polio is can make a difference to human trafficking.
Join www.ragas.online/join-us
Rotary Action Group Against Slavery Australia
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You are an amazing ambassador Daisy Ann Gonzalez Cumming

You are amazing Daisy Ann Gonzalez Cumming.

Our very own Hills Rotaractor, Madeleine Juanita was named Australia’s Rotaractor of the Year 2022-23 alongside Jack Wilson.
It was incredible to have Madeleine and fellow Hills Rotaractor Shauna at our meeting this morning to inspire us all. A very proud mum in Manisha.
It was an emotional meeting. Part 2 tomorrow.
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Congratulations amazing Madeleine 🎉🎉🎉🎉

it was a wonderful meeting, thanks for having us! <3

Thanks for supporting Madeleine Juanita everyone 🙏🏻. So proud of her 👏

Congratulations Madeleine.

Wow, congratulations Madeleine , well done. So proud of you.

Congratulations! So deserved

Wow. Congratulations. All of you.

Congrats Madeleine

Thank you for having me and for all of your support 🥰

Congrats Madeleine

Congratulations Madeleine 🤗🎊

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Learning about what the Nomads Rotary Club members get up to as tbey travel around Australia was an eye opener for us all. Thank you Gary Massie ... See MoreSee Less

We had some wonderful Rotarians visit us today from the Rotary Club of Granville (Alan Grady’s old club) and directors from Australian Rotary Health.
🌟Allan was presented with a special award and pin for his major financial contribution to ARH over many years.
What started out as a club project 40 years ago with funding into research on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome has grown into a National project targeting mental health.
Stephen Humphreys Director Australian rotary health said Rotary is One of the largest non government funders of mental health programs giving out Funding totalling $43million in the past 40 years.
Norwest Sunrise has contributed
$70,000 since it was chartered.
🚊 We also heard from Rotarian Mark Anderson about the End Polio Now campaign. He and son Dave will again be riding the Sydney train system and visiting more than 189 stations this Monday.
In the past four years their Ride for Polio has raised $480,000.
☮️ Rotarian Don McQueen from the Nomads group spoke to us via the small screen about the Rotary Peace Pole project.
Maddy from Hills Rotaract spoke about their Share The Dignity project.
Rotary is all about service and making a difference locally and globally.
Visitors are always welcome to our Friday morning meetings, 7am for a 7.20am start. #ServiceAboveSelf#norwestrotary
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Federal MP Alex Hawke was our guest speaker today and spoke about how Australia would stand up for freedoms in Iran for Iranian women because it was the right thing to do. 🇮🇷
He also spoke about the Mitchell Youth Leadership program now in its 21st year which is currently hosting 300 Year 11 students on a weekend camp.
We welcomed Councillor Barbara Burton as a first time visitor and we’re impressed by the way she volunteered her name to our Christmas Tree selling roster!🌲🌲🌲
We also welcomed our great friend King Brian back and one of our wonderful speakers, Anna Ruth from Freedom for Humanity returned to join us as a visitor.
Norwest Sunrise Rotary Club meets every Friday morning at the Hills Shire Cafe at council’s admin building 7am for a 7.20am star.
Visitors are always assured a warm welcome.
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Be there for the next 2 fridays.

Missed you guys, but shower now fixed so I can shower now.

We missed you Deborah Salkeld and you too Affy Elzami. Sadly, We had a lot of wonderful members away

Our great friend Rebecca Andrews is organising an evening of jazz at historic Ebenezer church to raise money for more wells in West Papua. Rebecca has been one of our guest speakers and visits our club quite regularly. It would be great to support her. ... See MoreSee Less

Our great friend Rebecca Andrews is organising an evening of jazz at historic Ebenezer church to raise money for more wells in West Papua. Rebecca has been one of our guest speakers and visits our club quite regularly. It would be great to support her.

Friday morning is always full of smiles at Norwest Sunrise Rotary club and we love welcoming back old friends and new faces. 💕We meet every Friday at 7am for a 7.20am at the Hills Shire Cafe at Hills Shire Council’s admin building 3Columbia Court. Norwest. Visitors are always welcome. Just come and say hello! We span 3 generations and speak many languages. 🌟 ... See MoreSee Less

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