The Rotary Club of Shellharbour City
The Rotary Club of Shellharbour City started in 1966 and is proud to have now served our community for over 50 years. During this time the Club has played a very active role in providing services and facilities to the Shellharbour community. This includes constructing a helipad at Shellharbour Hospital, playground equipment at various parks covered learning areas at primary schools and much more. But we do more than build wonderful facilities, we are proud of our support to the youth in our area through sponsorships to the many and varied Rotary Youth Programs, activities and youth groups as well as our own encouragement programs for local schools. We also actively support Rotary International overseas programs by providing funds and labour to a variety of projects such as the worldwide Polio Eradication program and water and sanitary services to villages in the highlands of Papua New Guinea and neighbouring Pacific Islands. It is not all nose to the grindstone however, through service, we develop a unique camaraderie that builds long and lasting friendships.
If you would like to join with us in helping others in our community and across the world and share in the fellowship of an active Rotary Club just drop in on one of our meetings, you would be most welcome.
The club meet 6:15 pm every Wednesday at the Warilla Bowls & Recreation Club, Jason Avenue, Barrack Heights. All welcome.
Rotary is a an organisation of business and professional leaders, united worldwide, who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build goodwill and peace in the world.
Rotary encourages fun, personal development and fellowship in local communities around the world. Our club supports worthwhile local community activities. Supports and assists local groups such as schools, adult education and hospitals. Supports local youth and provides leadership opportunities.
We are always seeking new membership to join in and share Rotary's motto of "Service Above Self"
Our club meets regularly at the Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club to discuss activities, enjoy a meal and to hear a guest speaker who provides us with valuable information on their area of work.