Our next BBQ will be held on Saturday 24th February 2024. For the BEST sausage sandwiches in town, come along to Bunnings Dural and say "Hi" to the team.
A fabulous night of fun, frivolity and friendship was had on Friday 2nd February 2024, at our Burns Night celebrating the life and poetry of Robbie Burns.
40 people enjoyed all things Scottish, including Haggis, Bagpipes and Highland Dancing.
Club member Keith McGill was instrumental in arranging the night with help from Kathy Bray. Paul Rapp opened his home for the venue. Fraser, Sabrina & Anna provided the entertainment and caterers cooked up a Scottish feast.
Marie Beck took home the bottle of Glenfiddich Whisky in the coin toss game - yes, another win for Marie!
Friendship makes us a' mair happy
Friendship gie's us a' delight
Friendship consecrates the "drappie"
Friendship brings us here the nicht
For further details and photos please visit our Australia Day page under Community Projects or via link below:
Kenthurst Rotary is running a Christmas Tree of Joy at Dural Mall Shopping Centre. Take a tag, buy a gift for one of the age groups shown and leave at Romeo's Hairdressers which is also located at Dural Mall. Gifts are being collected until 18th December. All donations will be dropped off at the Westmead Children's Hospital for distribution to children in their care.
A wonderful 'feel good' event to be involved with. Get on board and help those less fortunate this Christmas season.
Details and photos of the event can be found on our dedicated Carols in the Park page via link below:
On the 6th of November 1973, The Rotary Club of Kenthurst was chartered. A celebration of the past 50 years was held at Rydges Norwest on Saturday 28th October 2023. A crowd of 100 people, including local dignitaries, past presidents, members and guests were in attendance. 12 members of our sister club, Toyama Mirai in Japan made the long trip to make the evening a memorable one.
Founding president Gordon Rowe, gave a speech which was fabulous to see. A club polo signed by past presidents was presented to our sister club and a framed one was auctioned on the night. 50 years of serving the local community and international projects is no mean feat and those involved should be highly recognised for their efforts. Looking forward to the next few decades ahead.