Chadstone East Malvern News
Friday 26th November 2021 from 5:30pm, come SleepOut in Central Park and support those that are homeless this festive season.
For the details, go to........
Walk or Sponsor us to End Polio
26th October Stats:
- Team of 8 x Walkers
- $$ raised to date: $2,977
- Sitting 8th on Ladder out of 36
To sponsor us, go to: Walk with Us - Chaddy Chatters
The Market at Phoenix Park - Sat 20th November
Saturday 20th November 2021 | 10am to 3pm
Phoenix Park Community Centre - Entry via Upper Car Park
Honey | Bags | Jewellery | Handbags | Body Care Products | Heat Packs | Clothing | Baby Goods | Kids Stuff | Candles & so much more
Summary of a presentation by the Yarra Riverkeeper Dr. Karin Tragear to Environmental Sustainability - Rotary Action Group (ESRAG):
During research undertaken by Yarra Riverkeepers in September-October 2019 and checked in January 2020, they have identified that polystyrene particularly EPS is the predominant polluter in the Yarra with both large pieces and microplastics.Read more...
Guest Speaker topic: SAFE Families: Stopping Abuse in Families Everywhere
Wednesday 6th October. 6:30pm. Via Zoom. https://zoom.us/j/96621106605
We need you to help at our first Ashburton-a-Fair being held on Saturday 4th December.
As with all our markets, all the funds raised go towards our community projects.
Volunteers are needed to fill the various shifts. Please help.Read more...
Another highly successful International project that is almost complete - the provision of drinking water for schools in Vanuatu thanks Rotary Chadstone/East Malvern.
It was all systems go on Monday 26th July as RCEM members supported Ashwood High School and gave Year 10 students an opportunity to hone their job application, interview and presentation skills.Read more...
In collaboration with the Rotary Clubs of Upper Northern Beaches (Sydney) and Paddington (Brisbane), Chadstone/East Malvern are about to embark on installing 60 water bores across six villages in Cambodia to provide drinking water to over 5000 people. People who currently drink water from infected ponds or roadside rain pools.Read more...
Congratulations to our latest Royce Abbey Awardees in Kathryn O'Connor and Michele Kennedy. They join many worthy recipients.Read more...
Club members Louise, Kathryn and Paul collected a range of mobility aids that were donated by a family. It turned out that the family member, Janis, was a Rotaractor many years ago – the Rotary contacts live on!!Read more...
Two main events to highlight in the coming weeks are the Melbourne Pollinator
Corridor Walk by Emma Cutting which has been deferred to a date to be advised, due
to the current lockdown, and, the celebration of Environment Day with an
‘Environment Area of Focus Launch’ on 4 June 2021 as detailed in this newsletter.