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The Rotary Theme for 2017/2018 is

Rotary Making a Difference

The Rotary Monthly theme for May is Rotary Fellowship Month Month

 

We meet on Tuesdays at 6:30 for 7pm.

The venue is the Nook Cafe and Wine Bar
Olive Tree Hotel 111 Evans St, Sunbury, Victoria,

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Upcoming Club and Fundraising Events




Sunbury Village Market

Every second Saturday of the Month, except January, at the Sunbury Memorial Hall and Village Green, Stawell St, Sunbury.

The next market will be held on

Saturday the 14th of July 2018.

Please use the following link for exiting Stallholders to update or for New Applications

Market Stall Application

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Sunbury Neighbourhood Kitchen

SNKI Website Or on Facebook

The Rotary Club of Sunbury is proud to be a sponsor of the SNKI.


Club Stories

Victoria with Fred Reinking

 Last Tuesday there were 14 Members present to listen to Victoria Bonsey of the Australian Cancer Research Foundation speak. The Fund was started as a non-government organisation in 1984 by Lady Sonia MacMahon and Sir Peter Abeles. Victoria is a past Rotarian of the Coffs Harbour Club. In fact she was the first female member of that Club. She joined the ACRF after spending some time with the Make A Wish Foundation and witnessing so many young kids struck by the disease. She wanted to help and saw this as a way she could do so. She also, like many of us, has lost family members to the disease. 1 in 3 men and 1 in 4 women will have cancer by age 75. In 2017 134,174 people were diagnosed with cancer  thats 367 per day! The Fund aims to reduce cancers by 20% in 40 years. That will be a saving of $134 billion to our nation. Since starting the Funds supply of equipment for research there has been an increase in survival rates of some 20% in patients diagnosed with cancer. The Fund only provides equipment and technology to programs that pass the rigour of the assessment panel which has eminent doctors as the decision makers. The Funds aim is to Outsmart Cancer through research. This is already happening because today kids suffering from leukaemia are showing greatly increased survival rates and the rates are improving all the time. Rotarian Fred spoke well as he thanked Victoria on our behalf. He also presented her a cheque for the Fund of $500 to add to the research into curing cancers. As this is my last report as acting President for President Robert, Id like to thank all Rotarians for their support during Roberts year and ask that you also support incoming President Kerry as she finds her feet in the Presidency. Congratulations on an excellent year Robert. Dont forget to book your tickets to Changeover on July 6. Lets get Kerry off to a great start as we provide Robert with an excellent send off.

    Australian Cancer Research Foundation

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