Volume 31, Issue No. 11 - 11th September 2017
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We had another very successful trivia night last Saturday night, with around 190 people attending.
Altogether, with the raffle, coin nearest the bottle and the entry fee, we raised around $5,100.
There are some expenses yet to come out of this, however it’s a great result.
Everyone who comes to our trivia night has a good time and enjoy themselves.
This was demonstrated when they were asked whether they had been before, the majority of people put their hands up!
I would like to thank the trivia night committee:
The other people that need to be thanked are all the members, partners, friends & relatives who supported our Trivia Night by coming along and making the night a big success.
Dear Colin Sharpe,
Please find attached a flyer for Crows Nest Rotary Charity Poker Night.
7pm Saturday October 21st @ North Sydney Leagues.
I would really appreciate it , if you could circulate the flyer around your club..
Last year we raised $800 which went to 2 women refuges (Mary's House & Delvena House). This year's charity will be announced on the night..
Both years this has run, it has been a fun night. We cater for those who do not know how to play poker with lessons from 6pm on the night OR invite me to one of your meetings.
Feel free to call me with any questions.
Secretary, Crows Nest Rotary
More than 775 million people over the age of 15 are illiterate. That’s 17 percent of the world’s adult population.
Our goal is to strengthen the capacity of communities to support basic education and literacy, reduce gender disparity in education, and increase adult literacy. We support education for all children and literacy for children and adults.
HOW ROTARY MAKES HELP HAPPEN
We take action to empower educators to inspire learning at all ages.
Rotary members invest in the future by giving scholarships to students who have the potential to change our communities.
We share our knowledge and experience with educators and other professionals who work with vulnerable populations.
Rotary members fight adult illiteracy by working with local advocates to offer community literacy programs.
We are experiencing another drought with respect to prospective new members.
If you know of someone who would benefit from Rotary, or, from whom Rotary would benefit if they were a member, then contact Keith.
Click here for a PDF copy of the form to the right, and send or give it to Keith.