Junior Neighbourhood Support Program

Merit Award presented to Thaga Ulaganathon by the Mayor of Glenorchy, Kristie Johnston

Guilford Young College was the venue for this years Junior Neighbourhood Support Awards. Now in its eighth year,  this program is backed by the Glenorchy City Council, Glenorchy Police, Moonah Rotary and Glenorchy Safer Communities. Sixty-two students from thirteen schools in the Northern Suburbs were awarded Certificates of Merit. These students are nominated by their respective schools for their strong sense of community spirit and display of strong personal qualities  of respect, responsiblity and honesty.
Glenyse Russell proudly represented Moonah Rotary.

60th Anniversary Celebration

Diamonds traditionally mark a 60th Anniversay, so it was to a James Bond “Diamonds are Forever” theme that the Rotary Club of Moonah celebrated its own 60th Anniversary at the Hockey Centre on Saturday Night. The Black tie event brought out the diamonds and tiaras, and the men didn’t let the ladies down either with many handsome James Bond look a likes to be seen. (more…)

Halloween BBQ

Lots of dressups

Lots of dressups

It was certainly “Fright Night” last week at Froggy’s Skate and Play when CREATE, the foundation supporting children in care, hosted their annual Halloween Party. Our club once again provided the BBQ for 180 ghosts, vampires and zombies. At Tuesday’s meeting we welcomed Tenielle Moore and Belinda Tome to share their experience working with Create Foundation Tasmania. With 40,000 children and young people to the age of 25yrs living in foster, residential and kinship care across Australia, Create provides support and encouragement. Programmes such as Speak Up, Create Your Future and Be Heard helps to give them a voice and to reach their full potential. Moonah Rotary Club was acknowldeged with much appreciation for the support given to Create. Thanks to Glenyse and her volunteers.

City of Glenorchy Excellence Awards 2014

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Award winners at the 2014 City of Glenorchy Excellence Awards.

The City of Glenorchy Excellence Awards were held at the Derwent Entertainment Centre on October 29th 2014.

In their third year, the Awards are a joint initiative of the Rotary clubs of Moonah Claremont and Glenorchy, the Moonah and Glenorchy business Association, and the Glenorchy Council.

The aim of the awards is to promote Excellence and Pride of Workmanship by businesses and employees in the city of Glenorchy.

This year, we had 16 nominations for the Pride of Workmanship awards, and 30 nominations for the Business Excellence Awards.

District Governor Rod Moore presents Jacob Yound from the Claremont Post Office with the Traineeship Award.

District Governor Ken Moore presents Jacob Young from the Claremont Post Office with the Traineeship Award.

District Governor Ken Moore presented Jacob Moore of the Claremont Post Office with the Traineeship Award for 2014.

The winner of the Employee Award was Anthony Bailey, from OnRoad OffRoad Training.

For the first time this year, Businesses could also be nominated for Excellence Awards.

For businesses with under 50 employees, the winner was The Moonah Hotel.

For businesses over 50 employees, the winner was Cripps Nubake Pty. Ltd.

City of Glenorchy Excellence Awards on Facebook.

 

 

 

 

 

Guest Speakers- Living with Parkinson’s Disease

Pauline and Helen with member Denise

Pauline and Helen with member Denise

Our Guest speakers last week were from Parkinson’s Tasmania Inc, a statewide support group.
An estimated 2500 Tasmanians are living with Parkinson’s Disease. It is the second most common degenerative neurological condition after Alzheimer’s. More than 80,000 people in Australia have
Parkinson’s. It is no discriminator of race or gender. Although it is more prevalent in people aged 45 to 75 years approximately 10% of those diagnosed are 40 years or younger. For more
information or to make a donation email the Secretary Pauline Domeney at pdomeney@netspace.net.au

Hat Day for Mental Health

Members  and  Hats

Members and Hats

Each year Hat Day is held to raise awareness of Mental Health issues. Events are held through the
community during Mental Health Week in October and Hat Day is one way of having some fun whilst raising funds for research. It is estimated that 1 in 5 will experience some form of mental health
issue sometime in their life.

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LATEST NEWS:

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, EXCEPT on the FIRST Tuesday of the month, when they will be held at 7pm.
Excellent meals at affordable prices are available.