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Rotary Peninsula 2.0, together with Seaford Little Athletics, ran another successful Seaford Wetlands Fun Run on 26 Nov 2023.385 participants and 60 volunteers worked together to raise funds to support Kindred Clubhouse, Seaford Little Aths, and other local community groups.Thank you to everyone who contributed to make this another wonderful family event.Special mention to major sponsors PARC, The Sports Injury Clinic, GJ Gardner Homes, and DPP Plumbing.We couldn't do what we do without our sponsors, participants and volunteers. Your efforts are genuinely appreciated, and together we make a difference in our local community.For more photos, please go to Seaford Wetlands Fun Run page. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

👶🏻 Do you know someone who was born this year?👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 Are you a local family looking for a living tribute to the area? Rotary’s Annual Birth Tree and Family Garden project invites you join this year’s tree and plaque, celebrating the newest members of our growing community. 🌳Join this year’s Birth Tree for an investment of $50. For this, you will receive a timeless tribute of your loved one in the form of a tree and plaque, but more importantly, $45 of every contribution goes straight back here to PARC and PINES to help more children build confidence in the water.Find out more here: parc.peninsulaleisure.com.au/news/rotary-peninsula-2-0-birthtree/Rotary Peninsula 2.0 ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

We still need volunteers, help your community just go toraceroster.com/events/2023/67531/seaford-wetlands-fun-run/volunteer and register.For those that have volunteered we are busy getting the jobs allocated but to give you an idea of timing..* Parking * In position at 6.30AM - Best to do Volunteer check-in on the Friday night to get your instructions and equipment.Friday night will be 5 to 7PM at the Riviera Reserve Club Rooms off Eel Race Road.* All others * Checked in by 7.30AM at the Patterson River Secondary College grounds. Any questions let us know here and we can get in touch.Thank you so much to our many volunteers. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

The forecast for Sunday 26th is looking great. I have had a few enquiries about Bib pickups, please check our FaQ for all the key information at wetlandsfunrun.com.au/faq/It is not too late to support your community while having a great morning with your community. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Our Rotary Club Peninsula 2.0, had a wonderful 10th Birthday Celebration, acknowledging and celebrating the many contributions our Club has made.We were honoured to be joined by our friends, family, members from other Rotary Clubs, some of our sponsors, and recipients, who collectively have received over $330,000 for 50 organisations. It was a night for celebration, reflection, and gratitude.Sandhurst Golf Course was a beautiful setting, where we enjoyed a delicious buffet dinner, followed by dancing to the band, Grandstone.It was wonderful to be joined by many of our Past Presidents, where each one shared the highlights of their year.Our Founder, Trudy Poole, wanted to create a new type of Rotary Club, to bring Rotary into the 21st century. Trudy has been tremendously successful in creating a club that run projects which benefits so many, both here and overseas.Thank you to everyone who has been on the journey with us over the last 10 years. We will continue to work here and overseas to do good work to help others.One person can make a difference ✨️ ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Who loves a Party? 🎉Rotary Peninsula 2.0 is celebrating their 10th Birthday! 🥳 🎈🎂Please join us on Saturday Oct 14, 2023 at Sandhurst Golf Club.A night to celebrate how we have made a positive difference in our community, and overseas.You only have one week left to Book your tickets on events.humanitix.com/rotary-pen-2-0-10th-birthday We would love to have past members, members from other clubs, and friends in our community join us.See you there! 🌟 ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

All welcome to hear two excellent Guest Speakers, Steve Foster "What Makes a World Champion", and Garry Ebbott sharing his vision to Advance Frankston.Join us at Frankston Life Saving Club on Tues 19 Sept, 7:15 pm for a 7:30 pm start.We would love to have you join us! ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

All welcome to hear two excellent Guest Speakers, Steve Foster "What Makes a World Champion", and Garry Ebbott sharing his vision to Advance Frankston.Join us at Frankston Life Saving Club on Tues 19 Sept, 7:15 pm for a 7:30 pm start.We would love to have you join us! ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Very honoured to be part of Marina Morgan's Grand Opening of her new photographic studio, SEEN Portrait Studio.Marina incorporated a fundraiser into her event, to raise funds to help women and girls suffering the effects of war in the Ukraine.Thanks to the generosity of Marina's guests and Frankston Flyers BNI group, over $4000 was raised.This is a great example of Rotary working with local businesses to help others less fortunate than ourselves.A wonderful night, a talented photographer, and I even got to be an Auctioneer for the night!Lots of fun raising funds for a great cause 👏🇺🇦💛💙 ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Rotary Peninsula 2.0 and SEEN Portrait Studio worked together to raise funds for women and girls in the Ukraine through RAWCS.Over $4000 was raised, a great example of Rotary working with businesses in Business Networking International (BNI). ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

My beautiful BNI colleague Marina Morgan is having a Grand Opening of her new photographic studio next week, Friday 1 September.Marina is turning this event into a fundraiser. The admission price will be sent to our Rotary Club Peninsula 2.0, which will be used to help women and girls in the Ukraine who are suffering from the severe impacts of the war.Please support Marina next week, and she in turn will be helping to make a difference to women and girls in the Ukraine 🇺🇦 See below for QR code to buy tickets and further information. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

We are very blessed to have two local organisations who support families suffering from domestic violence.Our recent Back to the 80's Dance raised funds for The Lighthouse Foundation and A Better Way. Each organisation received almost $3000.Thank you everyone who supported our event, and Thank You to The Lighthouse Foundation and A Better Way for improving the safety and well-being of vulnerable members of our community.#abetterway #thelighthousefoundation Rotary Peninsula 2.0People of ActionMaking a Difference ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

Who loves a Party? 🎉Rotary Peninsula 2.0 is celebrating their 10th Birthday! 🥳 🎈🎂Please join us on Saturday Oct 14, 2023 at Sandhurst Golf Club.A night to celebrate how we have made a positive difference in our community, and overseas.Book your tickets on events.humanitix.com/rotary-pen-2-0-10th-birthday We would love to have past members, members from other clubs, and friends in our community join us.See you there! 🌟 ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Eighteen years ago today, these four kids - along with 20 other grubby street kids stepped into a classroom for the very first time. Today they are Electricians, Dementia Care Workers, Civil Engineers and Social Workers... just four of the amazing careers the Gecko kids have fought for and won. Their journey – all 100+ of them - has been phenomenal. Today we celebrate all that we are and have achieved together. HAPPY 18th “BIRTHDAY” GREEN GECKO! 💚🦎 ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Rotary Peninsula 2.0 hosted an 80's Dance to raise funds for A Better Way and The Lighthouse Foundation, both organisations providing assistance and counselling to victims and perpretators family violence.A great night dancing away to the band "Size Matters", and funds raised by over 60 items in our Silent Auction, donated by local businesses.Many thanks to everyone who attended, and to our sponsors. A great example of the local community getting together, having fun, and creating a difference in our community. ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Rotary Peninsula 2.0 held it's Changeover Dinner on 4 July, where Outgoing President Richard Jones acknowledged the tremendous contribution our Club makes to the community, and Incoming President Diana O'Malley was inducted.Paul Harris Fellows were presented to Karen Simonsen and Alistair Buchanan from the Seaford Little Athletics Club, for their outstanding contribution to our Seaford Wetlands Fun Run and to supporting the Little Aths community. Congratulations Karen and Al, very well deserved awards.Mayor Nathan Conroy thanked Peninsula 2.0 for the many projects we do in the local community, creating a sense of hope and well being for so many in our area.President Richard Jones highlighted how our club donated close to $75,000 for projects here and overseas. A huge effort from a club of 20 people.Diana O'Malley was inducted as President by District Governor Linda Humphries.Richard Jones was thanked by all in attendance for his enormous contribution to our Club and community over the last year. Thank you to everyone who attended and continue to support our Rotary Club Peninsula 2.0. ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Live Band, Frankston RSL including finger food.Don’t forget to book your tickets for our back to the 80s night. Space is limited. Will be an amazing night with lots of music and dancing and all for a fabulous cause supporting Mental Health and Domestic Violence. Book at rotarypeninsula.org/80s-dance ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

A warm welcome was extended to our Rotaractors from Phnom Penh, a Rotarian from Nepal, and visitors from other clubs, to Poolie's Place, for a wonderful dinner and night of fellowship.President of the Rotaractors, Sokun, gave an excellent presentation on how the Rotaractors are giving back to their community. The future of Cambodia is in good hands with these young people.We also heard from Incoming Rotary President Sabita Basnet from Kathmandu, who shared with us the exciting projects they are doing.An exceptional night. Once again, many thanks to our hosts Trudy and Russell Poole and to everyone who contributed to a very enjoyable evening. ... See MoreSee Less
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