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Disease Prevention & Treatment Month


Rotarian, Neville Chant of The Rotary Club Of Waratah celebrated his 99th birthday a little early this year. He turns 99 on Thursday 14th December.
As part of Charlestown Rotary Clubs efforts to raise funds for the Rotary Foundation the club is  participating in the Hamilton Uniting Church’s “Trees and Art for Charity” project which involves 14 other beautiful Christmas Trees that have been decorated by other organisations all vying for votes and donations for the best tree.
 
There is to be a significant website change by ClubRunner introducing new features and removing current themes in the aim to bring all ClubRunner websites up to date. This includes the District website. Please read below for more information.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Australian Rotary Health Representative Chris Bartlett, organised a special ARH dinner at Maitland City Bowling Club on Wednesday night. Special Guest speaker was Greg Ross, Chairman of the Board of ARH, with ARH Director Brian Beesley ( Gloucester Rotary Club) the MC for the evening.
Nearly 70 Rotarians were present, and 8 club’s represented, including our Club, through Chris Bartlett and Judi Priestley, DG Helen and Mike, ARH Life member Don Whatham and Fiona and PP Judy and Bob Mitchell.
 
 
 
 
The Rotary Club of Warners Bay celebrated a couple of highlights during District Governor Helen Ryan’s official visit. Lyn Thorpe introduced the ROMAC patient Sioeli Moimoi and his mum Elizabeth from Tonga.
 
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