Speaker Date Topic
Brendon Hoban Oct 22, 2019 6:00 PM
Vocational Night
Ben Carvosso Oct 29, 2019
The power of positive Thinking

Ben Carvosso....The power of positive Thinking Highly recommended by Patricia Anderson, Ben is a professional business trainer, and normally presents to corporate groups at a high price.

No meeting Nov 05, 2019
Cup Day
Rhett Butler Nov 12, 2019 6:00 PM
Sky Juice Foundation

Rhett Butler, Sky Juice Foundation

Club night Nov 19, 2019 6:00 PM
Club night
Greg King Nov 26, 2019 6:00 PM
Rotary Foundation & Community Radio
Rotary Foundation & Community Radio

Greg joined The Rotary Club of Doncaster in November 2009. He was President in 2016 before transferring to the Manningham Club at the start of 2018.

Greg’s connection with Rotary extends back more than four decades when, in 1976-77, he spent a year in the USA as a Rotary Foundation Technical Awardee, the equivalent of today’s “Ambassadorial Scholar”.  He studied the emerging technology of computerised typesetting and business management while in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Over the decades Greg has spoken at Clubs in the US, England, New Zealand as well as most states in Australia.

Our speaker’s passions are The Rotary Foundation, local community activities and the promotion of the original Rotary Avenue of Service.

He is also the co-ordinator and a Presenter of “Rotary in Action” the one-hour program heard each week on 96.5 InnerFM community radio station.

Peter Dell Dec 03, 2019 6:00 PM
Dream Cricket
Dream Cricket
DreamCricket started in 2008 when exercise physiologists from the Movement Disorder Foundation collaborated with cricket coaches from the Bradman Foundation in Bowral and the Rotary Clubs of the Southern Highlands to design a program to provide Primary School children with special needs the opportunity to play cricket-based activities.  These special needs include physical, intellectual and sight impaired disabilities.
The DreamCricket program is specifically designed to challenge disabled children and get them participating and moving. Many parents and teachers were initially concerned their children with disabilities wouldn’t be able to take part as they didn’t think they could play sport. But the success of the program is shown by the children achieving their personal best and the fact that they gain confidence through their participation in physical activities.