TO YOUR LOCAL ROTARY CLUB
ROTARY YOUTH DRIVER AWARENESS
Recently members of Kincumber Rotary have attended (RYDA) instruction at Wyong Racecourse. Picture shows students from Tuggerah Lakes Secondary College – Berkeley Vale Campus.
KINCUMBER ROTARY WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS
Kincumber Rotary welcomes newest members Neil and Bronwen Simpson. President Christine and President elect Lillias inducted the new members on 12th March 2018.
Kincumber Rotary’s President Christine Owen with Past RI President John Germ and DG Peter Ward at a special dinner at
The Breakers Country Club, Wamberal
COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD FOR 2018 – KINCUMBER MEN’S SHED
Kincumber Rotary’s Community Service award for 2018 went to The Kincumber Men’s Shed. The Men’s Shed is a place where men aged between 18 to 98 can meet and chat, socialise and undertake community projects in fellowship.
Members of the public can request assistance to repair or build an item. There is a charge for any materials used, but donations are also accepted and welcomed.
Adam Crouch Member for Terrigal attended as well as the Manager of Bendigo Bank Martin Cressey and Business Manager Michelle Clague.
The evening was held at Treetops, Avoca Beach Resort on Monday 19 February with sponsorship from Bendigo Bank.
ROTARIAN FARMHANDS ON DUTY
A couple of farmhands on duty along with a prize-wining promo poster created by Peter Rea
Collecting at the Farmer’s Market for the Burrumbuttock Hay Runners
RHIANNA RETURNS AND NATASHA AT THE NYSF
Rhianna Scott presented a powerpoint review of her 12 months exchange in Finland.
Rhianna loved the friendship of Rotarians, host families and the totally different climate and less strict lifestyle of the Finnish peoples.
Amongst many highlights of the exchange was meeting up with former President of Kincumber Rotary, Kari Arias who shared many experiences of the Central Coast. Rhianna presented President Christine with two banners, one from Kari’s club.
Natasha Matkovich attended the National Youth Science Forum(NYSF) in Brisbane in January. Natasha described her experience at the University of Queensland (QU) with 200 participants as most exhilarating. The forum gave her more information and experience to assist her to make a decision for further studies. She intends to apply to be an mentor(oldie) to the session in 2019.
Kincumber Rotary members kicked off Graffiti removal day a week early with work at Kincumber and Avoca Beach. This is an ongoing project for our area. We were joined by local member for Terrigal, Adam Crouch. The pictures show the before and after along Avoca Drive at Avoca Beach and the business area on the Shipwrights Lane. President Christine was presented with an Appreciation Certificate for the club from Adam Crouch.
Please phone Fraser McBride on 0416 831088 and he will give you all the details of when and where.
If you see any graffiti you can take a photo and report it to VANDAL TRAK
EXCHANGE STUDENT NEWS
Read JORDANA BOOTH first blog from Japan
GOSFORD CITY MARKETS every second SUNDAY
HELP NEEDED – LINK TO ROSTER
LOOK OUT……..for the Kincumber Rotary club members at the Gosford City Markets – the Club supports many different charities.
Pictured: Tina’s Sunday tent home, Two young customers checking out the stickers, and Mary Poppins ready for take off.
FOUR VILLAGES WALK website www.fourvillageswalk.com
Kincumber Rotary is happy to welcome new members. The club meets at The Kincumber Hotel on a Monday night at 6.30pm. Please come and enjoy dinner on us, listen to very interesting guest speakers and meet new friends. If you would like to attend a meeting contact Graeme Davies 0416275363.
Kincumber Rotary club meet every MONDAY at KINCUMBER HOTEL
Carrak Road, KINCUMBER
6.30PM FOR 7.00PM
Graeme Davies 0416275363