Money raised from our monthly Sports’ Tickets was used to provide 116 Xmas Stockings to Flint House, Mara House, Kennerley and Annie Kennie. Glenyse, Muriel and Kate enjoyed a few hours playing Santa filling the brightly coloured sacks, sewn by Glenyse, with a variety of gifts.
December is the time for the schools to hold their end of year Assemblies and acknowledge student achievement. It is with pleasure that Moonah Rotary sponsors an award for those students that not only achieve academically but demonstrate attributes such as responsibility, honesty and respect for others in the school community. Students at Goodwood Primary, Bowen Road Primary, Springfield Gardens and Cosgrove were presented with Certificates and Gift vouchers by Glenyse and Kate.
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.
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…)
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 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.