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Vale Tim Kent

Funeral - Thursday June 9, 1:00pm

Christ Church, 

CNR. Toorak Road & Punt Road


Changeover Dinner

Tuesday 28th June 2022, 6:30pm for 7:00pm 

Graduate House

$65 for 3 course meal and welcome drink


RI Melbourne Convention Launch

Ensure you register for this once in a lifetime RI Melbourne Convention between 4-8th June (Houston time) to get the
cheapest and best registration rate for this amazing Convention. Registration fee goes up by AU$70.00 on 9th June.

If you are seeking accommodation in one of the many RI block booked hotels for the Convention it is recommended you
book this at the same time to ensure you get the best accommodation within your price and distance range from the two
Convention venues -Rod Laver Arena at Melbourne & Olympic Park and the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre,
( MCEC) on Spencer Street.

The Melbourne HOC is hosting several exceptional and exciting Special (night-time) Events, including Host Hospitality
during the Convention. Tickets for these events will be sold on a first come basis, so it is important that you choose the
events you want to attend and lock them in ASAP to ensure you get to attend what you really want to experience!!
In the meantime, you can visit the HOC Website at


District Assembly (Virtual)

District Assembly is a must attend forum for club officers, directors, committee chairs and project leaders.
Collaborate, be inspired and take action with other club leaders at the upcoming online District Assembly.
The sessions give all participants valuable new ideas to take back to their clubs and clusters. Some of the most experienced district leaders will conduct informative discussions on all phases of Rotary administration and service projects.


District Changeover

Hyatt Place
1 English Street
Essendon Fields, VIC 3041

Rotary Food Waste Event 2022

The Rotary Club of Melbourne is honouring World Environment Day with its partners, the Sofitel & the City of Melbourne.  Rotarians across Districts 9800 and 9801 are warmly invited to attend this showcase event which raises funds for the non-profit food rescue charity Second Bite.  In addition, the luncheon highlights the 7th Pillar of Rotary International – the Environment – and emphasises how Rotary is working with community groups and government organisations to make a difference for a more sustainable world.

You and your colleagues are warmly invited to attend this fundraising luncheon which features a celebrity panel discussion to raise awareness of how we can reduce food waste to benefit the environment. The 100% carbon offset menu will be co-designed by celebrity chef Matt Preston.  Panellists include Lord Mayor Sally Capp, Dr Sandro Demaio, Ms Abiola Atejomobi, Second Bite CEO Steve Clifford.  The event will be moderated by the very distinguished Professor John Thwaites, former Deputy Premier of the State of Victoria.

A portion of the ticket price plus the proceeds of the raffle will support the vital work of SecondBite.  The raffle features a bottle of Grange, a night for two at the Sofitel, a high tea for two at Chateau Yering, and other prizes. All raffle proceeds will go to Second Bite while each event ticket purchased will provide 75 meals for vulnerable Victorians.  You may purchase tickets for individuals or consider sponsoring a table of 10.  The website is:


2021/22 Paul Carlin Outstanding Leadership Award

Nominations are now open (closing 30 May 2022) for this year's recipient of the Paul Carlin Award.  If you know someone who through their paid or voluntary work are contributing to the Carlton community, consider making  nomination.  Nomination criteria is attached.


Tree planting - Royal Park Protection Group

One of the priorities of the Club’s Environmental Sustainability Committee, is to support tree planting activities in the Carlton/Parkville area.  The Royal Park Protection Group have 550 seedlings ready to plant out at the Brens Remnant Area, and will be holding a working bee on Saturday 30 April at both 10 am or 12 noon.  

The planting will be done at the Brens Remnant Area in Royal Park, which is adjacent to Brens Drive, which leads to the State Hockey and Netball Centre.  Brens Drive is off Elliot Ave, which runs from the Zoo down to Flemington Rd.  The Remnant Area is to the left of a sweeping right hand bend in Brens Drive.

What to bring:

There will be some snacks and bottled water will be available. 

There will be trowels and gloves available but if you can please bring your own.

Other: Sunhat, gloves, water and possibly lunch.

Parking is available at the State Netball and Hockey Centre or come by Train to Flemington Bridge Station or Tram 58 Stops 24/25 or Tram 59 Stop 22.


Election BBQ - University High

RC Woodend 35th Anniversary

friendly reminder to book in for the Woodend Rotary 35th Charter and 25th anniversary of The New Woodend Star (community newspaper). 
We would love to see you there to help support and celebrate a wonderful 35 years of history. 
The attached flyer has details.
SUNDAY APRIL 10, 2022 Time: 12:00 noon
Glen Erin Winery at Lancefield, 
Complimentary drink on arrival
Drinks at bar prices (cash only bar)
Dress Code: Smart Casual

Our main guest speaker is Mark Balla (The Toilet Warrior). 

RIMERN Update & Fundraiser

We really need our own VAN!

You can help us fundraise and raise a glass while you do it by buying some VAN ROUGE or VAN BLANC  via this link
and by nominating a member Club (or no Club) you’ll be helping us hit the road to collect more great donations!

There are 6 quality Australian wines to order, choose one or all and delivery should take 4 – 7 business days.

Please share this link with friends, family, your social media networks (and anyone you know who enjoys a wine!), it’s all online, delivered to your door for $9 a dozen, the wines are top quality & very competitively priced so don’t visit your bottleo this month, please support RIMERN’s VAN!


MCG Tour & Lunch

Private Tour of MCG from 12pm to 1pm followed by lunch.

Confirm your attendance by Tuesday 22nd March to Maureen.

Rotarians Against Malaria Conference

Informal Coffee & Chat

11am at Sibling Cafe, 611 Nicholson Street, North Carlton 

Volunteers welcome at RIMERN

11am to 2pm, 32-34 Lincoln Street, Brunswick East

Peace Scholar Applications open

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