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Rotary returns

02 Jul 2013

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The Rotary Club of Docklands has returned to its hometown after a brief jaunt across the river.

The club had been holding joint meetings with the Rotary Club of Southbank in Southbank since February, but recently returned to home turf.

Club president Joseph Ebbage said the group had returned because it made sense for the Docklands club to have a physical presence in Docklands.

The club is now holding one-hour meetings at the Harbour Kitchen on Victoria Harbour Promenade each Thursday from 7.30am and welcomes new members.

The club’s first Rotary event since returning to Docklands will be next month.

A fundraising breakfast will be held on August 15 and will be the start of a breakfast “Q and A” series.

“The first breakfast will be about connecting with Indonesia and raising money for Australian Rotary projects in Indonesia,” Mr Ebbage said.

The breakfast, at Harbour Kitchen, will include guest speakers and will cost $40 per person.

To book your seat contact Mr Ebbage on 0407 543 340 or at (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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