Molesworth Community Centre

molesworth 001On Saturday 16th January members of Moonah Rotary attended the opening of Stage 2 of the Molesworth Community Centre. Money was donated from the  Bush Fire appeal established by the District Governor in 2014.  Funds raised from the 24hr Relay organised through Kennerley Children’s Homes in conjunction with Barry Titmus, Nigel Hyland and Moonah Rotary Club enabled an extra water tank to be installed as well as special flooring for the new extension. The Centre is central to life in Molesworth and was a devastating loss to the town during the 2014 fires. Now many  community activities can once again be enjoyed in the fabulous new centre.  Club members enjoyed meeting the locals and enjoyed a BBQ lunch not cooked by themselves!

Merry Xmas 2015

xmas 2015-4572The final lunch for the year saw members in Christmas Spirit as we enjoyed a Xmas lunch with all the trimmings. Our local News knowledge was also tested with a quiz from Elisabeth. and Santa  provided a lucky dip gift basket. Our raffle was drawn, with the second prize won by President John who was not able to attend but am  sure will be happy to share the basket of goodies at our next Directors meeting!! Wishing everyone an enjoyable festive season and a New Year of health and happiness.

Junior Neighbourhood Support Awards

This Awards program is run in conjunction with the Glenorchy City Council, Tasmanian Police and Moonah Rotary. Sixty certificates were presented to students from thirteen Northern Suburb primary schools for their outstanding contribution to either the local or school community.

Xmas Raffle

xmasraffle2015The Club has been busy selling raffle tickets for our Xmas Raffle. First Prize is a luxury Electical Package and second a generous Xmas Hamper. It will be drawn at our Xmas Lunch on 15th December. Good Luck everyone!

Special Children’s Xmas Party

specialxmasparty2015This year was Hobart’s turn for the Special Children’s Xmas Party. The Derwent Entertainment Centre was transformed into a giant fun park by a large number of volunteers enabling  several hundred disabled and disadvantaged children and families to have a fun packed afternoon.  In support of Make a Wish Foundation the many sponsors included 7HO FM and ToLL. The generousity of various local businesses was amazing with the Coffee Club making dozens of cups of coffes and the Cake Angels baking and providing a fantastic selection of sweet treats. The Rotary Club of Howrah barbequed and Moonah Rotary Club prepared over 700 sandwiches. The children could all choose toys to take home and had photos taken with Santa.  What an an amazing achievement and many thanks to all those involved  in providing  such a happy experience.

Dad’s Day Out

Super Hero David

Super Hero David

The Glenorchy City Council once again hosted the Dad’s Day Out family fun day on the Montrose Foreshore.  A variety  of entertainment was provided  for all age groups and of course wouldn’t have been complete with out a BBQ cooked by the Rotary Club of Moonah. Despite the windy weather the day was a great success.

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NEW MEETING LOCATION
We now meet at the Carlyle Hotel, 232 Main Road, Derwent Park. (Next door to the Metro Bus depot)
Our meetings are on Tuesdays at 1pm in the upstairs function room.
Excellent meals at affordable prices are available.