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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Kangaroo Flat, a Peacebuilding Club

Kangaroo Flat

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 6:00 PM
Rotary Gateway Park
Function Centre, 26 High Street
Kangaroo Flat, VIC 3555
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As life changes day by day, Kangaroo Flat Rotary finds ourselves unable to continue to meet face to face, and unable to continue programs like the Community Meals. Our fundraising BBQs have stopped. Our Easter Hole in One competition will not be held either. We plan to stay in touch with each other as we will all miss the weekly meetings that has been part of our lives for many years. We will do what we can for our local community within the rules of social distancing.
After a week off for the long W/E, we will get back down to business with a guest speaker on Monday 16th and the planning continues for our annual Hole in One competition over Easter. Our fundraising BBQs continue. Our Community meals are a weekly event with good attendance generally.It is worth being on time to ensure a good feed.
Our President for this Rotary year, 
Kaylyn Journeaux has thrown herself into the local Community and is now on the Kangaroo Flat Community House Committee. We will be working closer with this valuable community organisation.  We have recently done another Bunnings BBQ with the funds raised going towards our work with the Special Development School in Kangaroo Flat. Our Community Meals program continues on a Wednesday evening, working closely with The Kangaroo Flat Community Enterprise and Bendigo Bank volunteers.
Our Christmas Breakup is on Monday 16 at the Kangaroo Flat Sports Club, at 6 for 6:30. We return to regular club meetings on January 13, Venue TBA.
Please note there will be no Community Meal on Wednesday 25 December and Jan 1
On Monday evening at our Christmas Break up dinner we welcomed Matthew L as a new member!
Anyone interested in joining us should contact President Kaylyn.
Each Wednesday night at 5.30pm a team of volunteers arrive at the Rotary Function Center with meals for those in need. A joint community project with the Kangaroo Flat Community Enterprise (providing funds to purchase the meals), St John of God (providing the meals), Bendigo Bank & Bendigo Special Development School providing volunteers and Rotary providing the venue. A team effort.
If you know of families or people who need assistance please let them know we are here to help. Come along and enjoy a meal and companionship. 
What`s Happening
We are the latest club in the District to become a Peacebuilding Club!
Contact President Kaylyn if you would like to know more.