Events & Happenings

60th Anniversary of Rotary - Friday, 7th May 6:30 pm for 7:00 pm start

Rotary celebrates its 60th anniversary in Central Australia.
Join us in celebrating this milestone of doing good work while having fun and fellowship with like-minded individuals, united in the common purpose of "Service Above Self" while upholding high ethical standards in our personal and professional lives.
 
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Wednesday, 2nd June, 6:00 pm for 6:30 screening of "I am Woman" - Fundraiser for the Women's Museum of Australia

Rotary Club of Alice Springs is proud to host a special screening of 'I am Woman' a biopic of Australian-American singer, songwriter, actor and performer Helen Reddy.
The screening is a fundraiser for the Women's Museum of Australia and old Gaol - the only museum dedicated to the work and efforts of Australian Women.
 
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About Our Club
Welcome
Alice Springs

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 7:00 PM
Gapview Hotel
123 Gap Road
Alice Springs, NT 0870
Australia
Phone:
0468 331 502
We start gathering from 6:30 pm
Club News
60 years ago, some members of the Rotary Club of Mt Isa visited Alice Springs to gauge interest in establishing Rotary in Central Australia.
 
On 17th February 1961, interested people who went on to become the charter members of the Rotary Club of Alice Springs held their first meeting.
 
Two months later, on April 7th, the club received its charter.
 
That initial spark, grew to create three Rotary Clubs which have achieved many great things, but it also grew the people who apply the principles of Rotary in their personal and Professional lives.
They continue to gather in fellowship to serve their community and have fun along the way.
 
We invite you to celebrate with us.
Read on for further information and book your tickets.
Rotary’s 2017-18 International President, Australia’s Ian Riseley, wants a trachoma-free Australia by 2021, Rotary’s 100th year in Australia. The World Health Organisation has a global goal to eliminate trachoma by 2020. Trachoma is an infectious eye disease that can be prevented with good hygiene practices. But it is still present in remote Aboriginal communities and can lead to permanent blindness. The work of the Australian Government, the Fred Hollows Foundation and Indigenous Eye Health to treat trachoma infections has seen rates in affected communities reduced substantially. But now, we need to ensure that hygiene practices and the community environments are improved to completely eliminate the disease.

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