There are 15 Rotary Clubs in Canberra. Whilst every club has its own projects and challenges, often clubs or club members from different clubs work together for a
For example, the Rotary Club of Hall has a close association with the Rotary Club of Jerrabomberra who help with the running of our Capital Region Farmers Market every Saturday morning.
But there are many other projects that club members get involved in. This is just one small example that involves members from a variety of clubs.
Every year the Rotary Club of Woden hold a cycling challenge called the ‘Five Peaks Challenge’. (There are actually six peaks, but the club is tongue-in-cheek about it, saying there is a bonus peak.) Profits from entry fees go toward local and national projects chosen by the Woden club.
Brian and Sandra, the two riders pictured at the top of the page are members of the Rotary Club of Gungahlin who have paid to enter the Woden club event. They are wearing ‘End Polio’ shirts, that they purchased from the Rotary Club of Berry, the profits from which go to help fund the eradication of this debilitating disease.
So, members from four clubs were working together without even knowing it. The Rotary family