Rotary Club of Corrimal

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We provide many opportunities with service and fellowship, with the Rotary motto 'Service above Self' -but ‘giving has never been this much fun. From health care to poverty to illiteracy, the drought and the environment. It’s great giving back to the community. New members welcome.

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Corrimal Rotary Club is a vibrant club with a great mix of people who have a passion about our local and international communities. We warmly welcome guests to experience Rotary fellowship and see how individuals can change the world through Rotary’s networks. You will find being a member of Rotary is not only richly satisfying but also personally rewarding and beneficial in many unexpected ways.



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  • We have a member sustainability representative whose role is to give a brief report, at least monthly, about ours or other Rotary groups sustainability activities.
  • At least one member of our club/group is a member of the Environmental Sustainability Rotary Action Group and shares their communications. Visit ESRAG
  • We have a sustainability committee/group that regularly considers activities for the club.
  • Like a growing number of Rotary clubs, at least monthly some members meet for an hour to pick up plastics in our area. So, we keep a small part of the earth as free of plastic as possible - it's a small action we do to protect marine and other wildlife. We hope all all Rotary groups around the world will join us in doing the same.

Our projects

Plastic Pick Up, CREG

Started: 2017 Status: Ongoing
Like a growing number of Rotary clubs, at least monthly some members meet for an hour to pick up plastics in our area. So, we keep our small patch on the earth as free of plastic as possible and to protect marine and other wildlife. We go for a coffee and fellowship after. Our monthly anchor is to meet first Saturday of the month 8:00 AM at Corrimal Surf Club. Through activity that we formed CREG - Corrimal Rotary Environment Group and we now have rubbish pick up events most weeks - hey that might sound a bit dull, but we have a ton of fun and it's always packed with laughter. And it is evolving into other projects - watch this space.
If you would like a few tips on how to set up your club's monthly plastic pick up activity - only needs two people to kick it off - feel free to make contact.
Phone: +61 413 734 916
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Days for Girls

Started: 2016 Status: Ongoing
The Days for Girls (DfG) Pad is a washable, reusable, beautiful menstrual health product that’s built to last. Our patented design, which includes a protective shield and absorbent liner, is backed by the latest menstrual health research and a decade of feedback from women around the world. It is a truly sustainable solution that menstruators can count on month after month, for up to three years. We have included this as a sustainability project because of the potential of saving single use pads going to land fill (in the instances where women there could afford them)
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Katmandu, Nepal
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Vuna School Solar Project

Started: 2019 Status: Completed
Many island schools struggle with no electricity supply – or rely on dirty diesel generators they can barely afford to run a couple of hours per day. The kids have little or no chance of a modern education. Its Time Foundation, with the generous support of its partners, provides clean, free electricity for lighting and computers and utterly transforms the education and prospects for these kids. The money saved on generator fuel creates decades of cash flow to buy computers and other desperately needed education resources. In some schools the teachers happily make modest contributions for their new 24 hour power, further contributing to education resources. Click the link button to see the Vuna Primary School technical details and extensive pictures and videos.
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Vuna, Fiji
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  Event

Active 08-Dec-2021 Club Christmas Party
Active 18-Mar-2022 District Conference
Past 01-Dec-2021 AGM
Past 27-Nov-2021 Wings of Illawarra BBQ & Event
Also Sunday the 28th
Past 13-Nov-2021 Garage Sale
Past 31-Oct-2021 Short Film Night
On Halloween, Sunday 31st October, we are joining members of Sydney Cove Rotary club for a fun and fundraising evening. 5 short films, movie trivia and prizes to be won – all for a good cause! Your ticket(s) (zoom link) cost $24.99pp which will go to providing Christmas hampers for members of our community. Payment can be made via this link: https://bit.ly/HalloweenattheShortMovies
Past 16-Oct-2021 Relay4Life BBQ & Event
Past 18-Aug-2021 DG Visit – Combined with Illawarra Clubs
Past 17-Aug-2021 ESRAG Chapter Meeting Webinar
Check their website for when regos open
Past 10-Aug-2021 Climate & Peace Webinar
Past 30-Jun-2021 Club Change Over
Past 27-Jun-2021 D9675 Changeover
Past 23-May-2021 Ride4Rotary – Unanderra Velodrome
Past 01-May-2021 The Rotary Service Summit
Past 30-Apr-2021 UOW Rotaract Trivia Night
Past 24-Apr-2021 Visit to Glenburie Orchard
Past 19-Mar-2021 D9675 District Conference
19 to 21 March Masonic Centre, Sydney
Past 21-Feb-2021 Memory Walk & Jog BBQ
Contact Dennis Clark
Past 13-Dec-2020 Myuana Way BBQ
Past 12-Dec-2020 Christmas Trees Sale
Roster is with Denis soon
Past 09-Dec-2020 Club Xmas Party – Villa Doro
Past 05-Dec-2020 Bunnings BBQ Bellambi
Dennis Clark – 4283 4163
Past 21-Nov-2020 BBQ for FLL Regional Tournament
Contact Dennis Clark
Past 07-Nov-2020 Rise & Shine Clean-Up
At Rotary Park Contact Sue Clark. This annual clean-up is on again and as we have done before, we are planning to clean up Towradgi Creek at the Rotary Park (Blue Divers bridge) and at the Princes Hwy, Corrimal, & Baden Powell Park on Saturday, 7th November from 9am. WCC are doing a clean-up at Lake Illawarra on Sunday, 1st November at 9.30am. Please let me know if you’re planning to go.
Past 31-Oct-2020 Illawarra Rotary Clubs family day out
Need to register in advance and a donation of $2 donation to help cover operation costs at the farm. Click link for details.
Past 24-Oct-2020 End Polio Train Ride
Past 23-Oct-2020 60 trees for 60 Years Tree Planting (contactGerri)
It’s happening. Our 60 trees and shrubs for sixty years planting is happening on Friday October 23. I am hoping it will be at 4 pm but that is yet to be confirmed by council. Trees take in carbon dioxide and store it in themselves, while producing the oxygen that we breathe. Hence, they are a significant defence against global warming. They filter the air of nasty pollutants, such as carbon monoxide, sulphur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide. They control climate by moderating the effects of sun, win
Past 19-Oct-2020 Mini Farm Aid Trip. 19th to 23rd
Contact Denis
Past 17-Oct-2020 Bunnings BBQ – Wollongong
Contact Dennis Clark
Past 03-Oct-2020 Monthly Corrimal Plastic Pick Up
Our 1st Saturday of the month community plastics walk. Meet Corrimal Surf Club car park - we go for one hour and pick up plastic to keep that little patch of the earth clear and protect the ocean. Then coffee at the Corrimal Pantry, who only charge us $2 a coffee because of what we are doing. See you there.
Past 19-Sep-2020 CREG clean up
Bellambi Lagoon contact Peter Steele
Past 17-Sep-2020 Relay 4 Life
Contact Dennis Clark
Past 05-Sep-2020 Monthly Corrimal Plastics Pick Up.
Our 1st Saturday of the month community plastics walk. Meet Corrimal Surf Club car park - we go for one hour and pick up plastic to keep that little patch of the earth clear and protect the ocean. Then coffee at the Corrimal Pantry, who only charge us $2 a coffee because of what we are doing. See you there.
Past 30-Aug-2020 Cataract Dam Picnic
The social committee has arranged a picnic at Cataract Dam. This is the dam off Appin Rd. Go up Mt Ousley, then travel along Appin Rd to Baden Powell Drive. That will take you to parking and the picnic areas. Meet in the picnic area near the parking areas at 10.30 – 11am. Bring your picnic lunch.
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Like a growing number of Rotary clubs, at least monthly some members meet for an hour to pick up plastics in our area. So, we keep a small part of the earth as free of plastic as possible - it's a small action we do to protect marine and other wildlife. We hope all all Rotary groups around the world will join us in doing the same.

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  • We have a member sustainability representative whose role is to give a brief report, at least monthly, about ours or other Rotary groups sustainability activities.
  • At least one member of our club/group is a member of the Environmental Sustainability Rotary Action Group and shares their communications. Visit ESRAG
  • We have a sustainability committee/group that regularly considers activities for the club.
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