Water bores for Tanzania

Water bores for Tanzania

This is a jointly sponsored project by the Rotary Club of Central Launceston and South Launceston Rotary Club, in association with Care for Africa as a co-operating organisation, to install 10-15 drinking water bores to serve communities in Tanzania covering 50,000...
Summary of our club activities

Summary of our club activities

Membership: 35 Dinner Meetings: Thursdays 6 for 6.30pm at Launceston Grand Chancellor (4th Thursday is a vocational visit or offsite social event broaden to include members, partners/family and Friends of Rotary). Club Sponsored Community Service and Fund Raising...
President Harry’s Notes

President Harry’s Notes

Hello Rotarians, I trust that you are well. There are those like me who are lucky to have a partner/person doing all the planning for Christmas and others who are responsible for the logistics over the festive season. Either way there are 10 days to go and life...

URGENT MESSAGE –

As you are all aware there has been many new measures put in place by the government re gatherings of people. Therefore our dinner meetings will be suspended until further notice. Our newsletter will be published each week and if any member would like to add an item...
Anzac Day 25 April

Anzac Day 25 April

This year we can not go outside to attend an Anzac Service but we need to still honour our Veterans. Justin Wilbur – a War Veterans son, has suggested we all stand in our driveways or doorways at 6am on 25th April and light a candle or play the last post to...