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Bunnings BBQ Roster- 2019

Bunnings BBQ Roster-2019





Carlton Harmony Day March 30th, 10am- 3.00pm

Carlton Harmony Day 

When; March 30th, 10am- 3.00pm

Where 180 Palmerston St Carlton


Club meeting 1st Monday evening of each month

For your diaries, the Monday night meetings for the remainder of the Rotary year will be on:

            1st April, 6th May and 3rd June.


Polio Plus Update

In 30 years Rotary has help eradicate Polio from 123 countries with 3 to go.


Drought Relief- RAWCS Project

Rotary support for drought affected areas.  Well over $10m has been raised by Rotary partnering with the Nine Network.  D9800 has prepared a large amount of material that Clubs can use for local activities, through Kerry Kornerhauser, Chair Public Image and Communication.  A RAWCS Project has been established to which Clubs, individual Rotarians and other individuals can make contributions.  See

District 9800 Directory

District Directory 

This year we will not receive a printed directory, rather an eDirectory, available via the district website. 


Carlton Primary School

Carlton Rotary Club have being assisting the Carlton Primary School for over 30 years in various activities; ranging from day trips, mentoring, arts classes to providing books. (See Gallery)

Foundation Scholar 2018-19

Congratulations to Katherine West- Foundation Scholar nominee 2018-19 who visited the Club on Tuesday Katherine will be attending Duke University, North Carolina USA.

Induction of Parisa Shiran

Induction of Parisa Shiran as a Honorary Associate Member of Rotary Club of Carlton

Carlton Junior Football Club- Aus Kick

First I thought I should give you and the Carlton Rotarians an update on Carlton JFC.  We now has 242 kids registered, and continue to grow.  Well over double last years 106.  We continue to promote diversity with 35% girls and 2 girls groups (u7 & over 7) plus 34 nationalities.  It's amazing. 




Cambodian Bridge Project

Carlton Rotary Club has helped provide a critical piece of infrastructure between two Cambodian Villages.  As part of its two year contribution to economic development in the villages of Bosala & Kroa Boa, the Club provided $5,000 towards the building of a pedestrian suspension bridge to allow children to cross a river from one village to the school that Rotary has had built in the other village.



World of Difference

World of Difference- Invitation to book launch


News Update; Dr. Noorshah Kamawal

Extract of an email received;

On Friday night March 25, I had a SKYPE call with him and here is the “Great news” and well deserved , our dear friend  Dr. Noor Shah Kamawal was appointed by President’s office and Ministry of public health as an executive director of national medicine and health care products regulatory authority in Kabul.


Rotarians Against Malaria

The Rotary Club of Carlton regularly makes a contribution to the international project ‘Rotarians Against Malaria”.  Our most recent contribution of $1,000 has funded Long Lasting Insecticidal Mosquito Nets for every one of the 267 people two villages – Dasiama Settlement and Veiba, in the  Kairuku-Hiri District of the Central Province of Papua New Guinea.  Malaria is still the country’s leading killer disease, however new cases of Malaria continue to fall as Rotary Clubs support this simple but effective program.