Author Archives: Leo King
What a Year! – Macrob Interact

​Dear Rotarians, Attached is the MacRob Interact 2016-17 Annual Report that Krystal and I, as well as the other execs, wrote up to summarise everything we achieved in the past year. It’s fair to say that I am super proud of the projects we completed over the year, as well as the smaller things that […]

Shine A Light – ADG Visit

Light UP Rotary was the not only this years Rotary theme but the centerpiece of D9800 District Governor Murray Verso inspiring address to the Club for his official visit. DG Murray was accompanied by his wife Irene. We also had a visit on the night from The Men In Black, a sombre group of Funeral […]

PoM Boat Trip highly Successful Beats Di Caprio’s meagre effort No-one Lost All Hands Safely Ashore

The Delighful Ms Galang Trieu, Stakeholder and Engagements Manager at PoMC and Rufus Boat Tour – Port of Melbourne Corporation Cluster Meeting 8/10/2014 Our Port Phillip Cluster Meeting and Wednesday last week was something rather special. At the invitation of Mr Brian Wilson, G.M. Communications, at Port of Melbourne Corporation, we boarded M.V. Kingfisher and […]

The Passing Week

PP Grant reinforced the multicultural  aspects of our society extending a warm welcome to make our visitors, Graham and Jackie, feel at home by donning an inmpromptu seaside favorite in their honur from their homeland. Other adults(?) present wore hats on our annual hat night in support of mental health week. All proceeds of the […]

MacRob Interact Induction

The Glamorous Geri, New Generations Director, replete with a new coiffure, oh so chic matching red nail and lippy ushered in the great achievement of the Macrob Interact Club. Geri, long a supporter of youth and the importance of providing leadership opportunities that young people can grasp and in doing so contribute to their community […]

The Cousins Dinner

The much planned Batman Cluster Meeting with our visitors from the RC of Loveland’s in the USA, finally came, and what a party it was!. DG Julie Phares and her US group and our DG Ross Butterworth and MC Ian Henry put on a great evening for everyone. RCPM, RCAP and RCMS all contributed to […]

Polio Beaten In India

  Rotarians take a bow! You did this Being a Centurion helps.   India Beats the Odds Click to follow the story

Current Volunteers Needed

We have a consistent need for volunteers to help out with a great variety of tasks within the local community as well as assisting with the logistics needed to support our National and International projects and Appeals. Here are just some of the continuing programs we support or operate BBQ’s We operate as many BBQ’s […]