What is Rotary? Rotary is an organisation of business and professional people united worldwide to provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build peace and goodwill in the world. Rotary’s aim is to make the world a better place for those less fortunate than ourselves.
Rotary Club of Tamworth West is fortunate to have a sound and diverse active membership of some 70 plus members. These members are united in their dedication to raising funds and providing services to assist and help those in the local and surrounding communities less fortunate than themselves.
To this end Rotary Club of Tamworth West organises and participates in a number of local projects and fundraising services including, Midnight Basketball, Shannons Classic Motor Show and The Art Show. Funds raised are contributed toward many local and national causes including Youth Insearch, Billabong Clubhouse and Royal Far West to name a few.
As part of the process of serving the community the Club also fosters a great deal of fellowship within those members participating in the services and fundraising projects undertaken. The Club meets every Monday at 6:30 pm at the West Tamworth Bowling Club where members partake in an enjoyable evening which generally includes a meal, fellowship, volunteering for projects and tasks for the coming week/s and an interesting speaker from outside of the Club. Lifelong friendships are made within the organisation of Rotary.
In 2006 Rotary Club of Tamworth West celebrated 50 years of service to the Tamworth Community. In recognition of this milestone Club Members Bill Forrest and George Hombsch created a video of some of the memories and activities undertaken by the Club over this period. To take a walk through some of the history of the Club please take the opportunity to watch the video below.
Gunnedah Road Rotary Park makeover.
Thanks to all the members who assisted over the past two Saturdays to assist with making over the Gunnedah Road Rotary Park. The Park, the first rest stop for travellors on the way into town was in need of some TLC and, with the assistance of Tamworth Regional Council providing the materials required, Rotary Club Tamworth West have now finished a makeover. The tractor has been repainted, graffiti removed from the toilet block and all gardens have been weeded, replanted where required and mulched and fresh soft fall placed on the playground. Job well done team.
Tamworth West Rotary to contribute proceeds raised from dead battery recycling toward placing more defibrillators in our community.
Has your Battery died? Don’t throw it away or leave it sitting in the shed gathering dust. Call Tamworth West Rotary.
Our Club Collect old Batteries as part of our fundraising each year and we would love to get your batteries.
Following a recent incident at the Tamworth Hockey Fields where a defibrillator being on hand at the Club saved the life of a 39 year old hockey player, Rotary Club of Tamworth West have decided to utilise funds raised from the sale of old batteries to contribute toward the acquisiton of defibrillators for our communities clubs, organisations and schools in need. So if your club or organisation would like assistance in acquiring a defibrillator please let us know.
To donate Batteries please see the battery drop off locations below. Any cash donations are also gratefully accepted. Your donation could help to save a life.
10 October 2016….World Hat Day
12 October 2016….Rotary Caravaners AGM
22 October 2016….Midnight Basket Ball commences
24 October 2016….Cluster Final of the Rotary Public Speaking Competition
29 October 2016….Rotary Foundation Fundraising Trivia Night at Loomberah Hall
5 November 2016….District Muster in Tamworth
RCTW Meeting Venue:
West Tamworth Bowling Club,
Time – Monday Evenings:
6:00 for 6:30 – 8 pm meeting
Members contact options for Meeting Meal Apology
to 6pm Sunday of the preceding Monday
Late Notice Phone Glen on 0408668476 to
3pm on day of meeting.
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