Rotary Club of Bathurst East

    The Friendly Club

 
Two new members joined the Club this week - Merran Sweeney and Celia van der Zwaag.
Make them welcome!
 

 
Michael Coote, eminent NSW jeweller and Bathurst local, reminisced about the founding of W.J. Coote & Sons and the Australian fine jewellery trade.WJ Coote
 
 
 
The Sustainable Lifestyle House, located in McGirr Street, Llanarth, was designed as an example of what can be done in an environmentally friendly way which in turn, results in lower running costs to anyone who builds and incorporates the ideas and methods used.
 
 
Our speaker tonight was DG David Kennedy who spoke quite passionately on Rotary, the ideals of Rotary and the importance of both thinking ahead for the future of the organisation as well as for continuing in the quest to increase membership.
 
 
 
Camp Quality
This week we were honoured to have as our guest speaker, Michael (“Mick”) Burgess from “Camp Quality”. 
 
 
 
A fine collection of Rotarians at Abercrombie House for Changeover.
 

 
Melbourne Cup Day was the date of even greater celebration than usual at Glenray Industries, a local organisation providing services for people with disabilities.
The Rotary Club of Bathurst East is proud to hae continued our support of this fantastic organisation through sponsorship of the annual Employee Achievement Award.
 
Jessica Kable was presented with the Award by Rotarian Peter Keith.
 
 
 
Bob Wilson, bowyer, explains the intricate process of creating a customised bow for an archer, or toxophily.
 
 
 
District Governor Geoff Tancred and his wife Bettye were our guests on Wednesday 18 September.
 
 
Where are we in the fight to end polio? What have we accomplished? How can we make history together? Find out on World Polio Day. http://ow.ly/oh9kd
 
 
 
 

Welcome to Bathurst East Rotary - the Friendly Club!

 
 
 
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Welcome to Our Club!

Bathurst East

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 6:00 PM
Bathurst RSL Club
114 Rankin St.
Bathurst, N.S.W.  2795
Australia
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