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We meet most Wednesdays from 6:30pm to 8:00pm, over dinner, in Mornington. Please see the invitation to our Meetings under the "Joining Mornington Rotary" Tab on this website,  for more details. A list of upcoming meetings appears on the right of this site. Click on it for more details. Visitors are very  welcome.
 
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President
Treasurer
Secretary
Immediate Past President
Chair Community & Vocational
Chair International & Foundation
Chair, Youth
Chair, Art Show
Board Member
Chair Membership
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Our 2019 Art Show was our most successful yet. We have just finalised the dates for our 2020 Mornington Art Show. Opening night will be on Thursday January 16 and the final sales day will be Australia Day, January 26..

For more information about the Art Show please go to www.morningtonartshow.com.au.

 
 

Thanks to the Rotary Club of Mornington for its support for Interplast & Samoa.
 
The Rotary Club of Mornington has recently sponsored a volunteer medical team to continue to undertake life-changing work in Samoa.
In Samoa, from August 27 to September 8,  the team conducted plastic and reconstructive surgical treatment for 60 patients, conducted consultations with 134 patients,  and continued  the training  and mentoring  local surgeons, anaesthetists, nurses and physiotherapists. The value of the volunteer team’s time was nearly $100,000.
The Rotary Club of Mornington contributed $18,000 to the cost of sending the team.
Rotary was integrally involved in the establishment of Interplast in 1983 with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. It is now a fully accredited NGO  providing similar support in 17 countries.that enjoys the support of Rotary throughout Australia.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The President of the Rotary Club of Mornington, Libby Paterson,  was pleased to present the CEO of the Bays Hospital, Ellena Allen, a cheque for $25,000 to purchase a new Intensive Care Unit bed, to coincide with the opening of the new Critical Care Unit at the Bays.  Funding for the bed was raised through a number of club activities including the Mornington Annual Art Show held each January. 
 
 
Recognition of Australian Rotary Health

A highlight of the Club's Annual Changeover night was the visit of the Chair of Australian Rotary Health, Greg Ross, to present recognition to Don Gordon, a President of the Club in the early 1980's, for his role in leading in the formation of Australian Rotary Health. ARH has subsequently gone on to raise $46 million fro medical research, with its emphasis since the early 2000's being mental health. Six members of the club at the time of the formation were present,  (photograph L to R) Darryl Chambers, Milton Green, Don Gordon, Ted Moore, Ken Bilham and Ian Prudden.

 

 
 
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