‘My Life, My Choices” was the theme for another successful RYDA programme held this year at the Showgrounds. Over 2000 students participated in workshops and demonstrations to devise strategies focused on key government ‘big five’ road safety issues of speeding, alcohol and drugs, fatigue, distractions and wearing seatbelts. The programme also addresses the social responsibility aspects of being a driver or passenger and lowering personal risks by making better decisions. Young people aged between 17 and 25 represent less than 15% of the population yet account for roughly a quarter of deaths and injuries on our roads.
The Good Guys Electrical and Home Applicances store really were the ‘Good Guys” this morning when they donated $200 Gift Vouchers to a number of Hobart Charities. The Moonah Rotary Club were one of the lucky ones to benefit and the money will be put to good use over the next twelve months. THANKYOU GOOD GUYS!
Ho Ho Ho! Xmas came early for many special grandparents at the Elwick Showgrounds last Sunday. Our club joined with Claremont and Glenorchy Rotary clubs to host the annual Xmas in July lunch for Grandparents Raising Grandchildren in recognition for the huge commitment they are undertaking. (more…)
Our Changeover Dinner marked the end of another Rotary year with President Andrew handing over the Chain of Office to incoming President John Green. Our new President advised the following members would be on his board this year. PP Muriel Heron, Vice President, PP Andrew Treasurer, Eric Graudins, Secretary, PP Elisabeth Ardern, Glenyse Russell and Kate Hobart. Dinner was enjoyed by members and guests. (more…)
Photo A freezing early morning didn’t deter eight members turning up to help out with water and car parking at Cornelian Bay on Sunday. The annual City to Casino Fun Run attracted 3,500 participants, running or walking the 11km, 7km or 2.5km course.Thanks to Eric,Wally, Andrew, John, Elisabeth,Muriel, Glenyse and Michael.
The Club enjoyed a Vocational and Community Service visit to the Old Chapel Tearooms in Glenorchy last week. Members enjoyed a delightful lunch of soup, sandwiches and scones provided by the committed staff with disabilities.The craft work on display attracted some of the members with purchases being made before leaving.