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Model United Nations Assembly (MUNA)

This international youth program simulates the workings of the United Nations Assembly by having students from a number of schools represent a particular UN country. The students debate on matters of world political and social concern. 

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Rotary Safe Families

Rotary SAFE Families’ was established in 2018 to help stop all forms of family violence by addressing its underlying causes.  It has evolved into a national program with valuable resources and tools including short films, Manual, Toolkit, translated information to assist every Rotarian in every part of Australia

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Sustainable food sources in Cambodian village

A project of Brighton North Rotary costing $16,500; supported by a District Foundation Grant and by the World of Difference Committee was to encourage village farmers in the village of Kok Tnoth to utilise their land between rice crops and plant fast-growing vegetables; with water pumped from water bores. 

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2022 Trivia Night

The Trivia Night was a great success.

Our members and friends enjoying getting together to raise funds for worthwhile projects

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Sarsfield Bushfire Recovery

When the 2019/20 bushfires tore through Sarsfield, it left 200 properties damaged and 80 homes completely destroyed. The Rotary Clubs of Brighton North and Glenferrie together with Rotary District 9820 and members of the East Gippsland Fire Aid Committee from Rotary Clubs in the Sarsfield vicinity stepped in to assist.

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End Trachoma Project

Members and Friends of Rotary Brighton North recently completed a Project making toiletry kits for schoolchildren in the Northern Territory as part of the EndTrachoma Project. Funding was provided by our Club and The Rotary Foundation

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Projects

Model United Nations Assembly (MUNA)

This international youth program simulates the workings of the United Nations Assembly by having students from a number of schools represent a particular UN country. The students debate on matters of world political and social concern. 

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Rotary's response to Floods

ROTARIANS AND ROTARY’S FOUNDATION – HELPING VICTIMS OF DISASTER IN OUR REGION

Rotary’s ‘can do’ spirit has been centre stage recently

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About Us

Where we meet

The Rotary Club of North Brigton meets at:

Royal Brighton Yacht Club

Every Thursday evening - 6:00pm for 6:30pm (finishes at 8:00pm)

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Events

Mr. Ben Farish - Speak and Share

Date: Thursday Oct 6, 2022, 6:00 pm

The goal with Speak and Share is to normalise the discussion around Mental Health and remove the stigma that is unfairly attached to this increasing health crisis in our community. They believe that “A Problem Shared is a Problem Halved” and seek to build the confidence for people in need to reach out to those close to them and have a conversation. 

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Joint Meeting - Rotary Cluster Clubs + DG

Date: Thursday Oct 13, 2022, 6:00 pm

District Governor visit & Rotary Clubs of Brighton North, Caulfield, & Brighton 

Our Club is part of a cluster of clubs within the district that enables these clubs to join together for events and projects where a larger economy of scale is desired.  It will also be an excellent occasion to become reacquainted with one-another, ready for future endeavours.

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Mr. Steve Dunn - Bridging Lanka

Date: Thursday Oct 20, 2022, 6:00 pm

"Bridging Lanka"

Mr. Steve Dunn 

Steve is associated with "Bridging Lanka", a group that connects expatriate and ‘in country’ Sri Lankans. It harnesses the expertise and resources of one for the benefit of the other - through livelihood support, business development, community advocacy, urban planning and social cohesion projects.

In Sri Lanka, it also build bridges between the centre, its administration and assets, and peripheral areas of the country.

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Melbourne Cup Night

Date: Thursday Oct 27, 2022, 6:00 pm

Melbourne Cup Night 

Brought to you by Bill Heron, Peter Killey & Guest Star 

Dress-up !  An unrivalled event with Melbourne Cup Games

Another Spring Carnival event starting with a parade of "fascinator headpieces" and a Best Dressed award for the night.

We have arranged our own sporting event, where each table will appoint their own "jockey" for a specially-designed horse race, courtesy of Mr Heron, Mr Killey & Mr Cosgrove.   

Combined with the usual sweep stakes and raffle, be ready for a night to enjoy!

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Return of School's Debate

Date: Thursday Nov 3, 2022, 6:00 pm

Details to follow 

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