The Community Committee and friends planting trees around Victor Harbor 2019.
At the last dinner meeting the club inducted two members. John Swincer is a new member introduced to the club by Mark Sheilds will be a great asset to the club and Lynda Hamilton has come back after working in Broken Hill.
President John Cunningham welcoming to the club Lynda Hamilton and John Swincer
After 17 years sponsoring the Rotary Club of Victor Harbor Art Show the naming rights of the 2018 Art Show went to Thomas & MacKay Optometrists. Andrew and Janet were estatic with the win who are proud to be part of a great community event.
Chairperson of the art show committee Sue Ellers said the naming rights dinner was a good night and is an opportunity to unite businesses that support the art show.
“The sponsors provide $12,500 to the winning artists and this prize money attracts the quality paintings which we see on display each year,” Sue said.
“We thanks our sponsors so much and the funds raised from the art show all go to community projects.
“They include funds to the Victor Harbor Men’s Shed, Childhood Cancers Bradley’s House which is a holiday getaway for children and families suffering from cancer and assisting students to continue tertiary studies.”
The art show will be held from January 12 to 20, 2018 and is an iconic and historic event for Victor Harbor.
Art Show Chairperson Sue Ellers, Andrew and Janet Thomas and Club President John Cunningham at the sponsors night dinner last Wednesday night.
Bob Cooper and his wife Marilyn visited the club to show us his vision for the upcoming Rotary year and to pass on messages from Rotary International.
The same night we welcomed new member Paul Taylor with his wife Judy who have moved from Renmark. Paul was a member of the Rotary Club of Renmark for 6 years being President and holding chairs in Membership and Public Relations.
Andrew Robertson handed over the club’s presidency to John Cunningham (left) at our changeover dinner last night Friday June 30. It was a great night with 62 Rotarians, partners and guests attending at the Victor Harbor Yacht Club. Mark Cox did a great job being MC as he has only been in Rotary for only 6 months and Sargeant Jeff did a ripping job with the fines.
The new board members were introduced at the dinner
The Rotary Club of Victor Harbor has announced a grants program to assist community groups and organisations to improve the wellbeing of people within the Victor Harbor community.
A total of $10,000 has been allocated for the 2017/18 program which will be offered in two rounds – November and February.
Expressions of interest for the first round close on November 17. Applications for small amounts are encouraged as the club is keen to assist as many projects and organisations as possible.
Visit our GRANTS PROGRAM page to find out more.
The Rotary Club of Victor Harbor’s website is undergoing construction. Please be patient as we populate it with information about the club. Check back in early November for more details.
In the meantime if you would like information about the Rotary Club of Victor Harbor visit www.rotarynews.info/club3779.