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The day finally arrived - after many months of planning and collaboration with a very harmonious team who all worked extremely hard to ensure the day was a success
 
Well it was!
 
On Saturday afternoon club members joined the committee and prepared the car park area and assisted the stall and stage contractors to set up the stalls. On Sunday morning at 4am many more members arrived on site to ensure Railway Avenue was completed for the stall holders arriving before 8am - the sun came up - and all came together for a magnificent day- several thousand visitors enjoyed the spirit of the day and enjoyed the range of both food and craft stalls - backgrounded by the entertainment programme skillfully put together by the team.
 
What a fantastic success - and enclosed are some random pics taken - I am sure many more will be forwarded to complete a pictorial record of the historic day for Wahroonga Rotary Club.
 
 
ED Note: Project manager Greg Starr will cover in greater detail the acknowledgment of the efforts by Club members who contributed to the event's outstanding success.
 
Members joined this signature event at Knox Grammar School last Wednesday morning to provide a BBQ for the senior school students attending with their buddies from St Edmunds.
 
 Convenor Greg Starr, along with Ian Cameron, Neil McWannell, Rob Giacometti, Barbara Salisch and Bob Howe tended the BBQ and served staff and students.
 
An opportunity to join our friends from 
St Edmunds and Knox
 
 
 
 
DG Mina and Ian C (the final collection day)
This appeal has concluded from the Club's viewpoint - we have $1250 in donations to be channeled through Parkes Rotary Club to assist when the need is identified.
Thank you for your support.
 
 
 
Community Promotions
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The Wahroonga Fair committee has completed an
arrangement with North Shore Mums to
promote the Fair to their database via social media
and their Website (Click to view)
 
 
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400 million people in the world can’t afford or don’t have access to basic health care resulting in misery, pain, and poverty. Which is why Rotary members are devoted to fighting and preventing diseases.
Wahroonga Park Centenary Celebrations
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Meeting Speakers
Annette Gurr
Feb 01, 2023
Child Grief
Child Grief

Annette is associated with the National Centre for Childhood Grief ( NCCG) and a specialist in counselling support for bereaved children and their families

Outline of Annette's presentation.

  • NCCG background and history
  • What programs we provide to children and families
  • Why we provide these programs – the importance of our work and the risks for children who do not address childhood grief. 
  • How the NCCG is funded?
Martin Thomas
Feb 08, 2023
Modular Nuclear Reactors
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