Updates on our latest projects and events.


International Committee

Helping Hands in Bhutan Purpose of Project: Support the travel and accommodation of a medical practitioner in Bhutan to travel to India in 2020 to be trained by Plastic Surgeon to be able help patients in Bhutan. Funds required $2,000 – $3,000Support the same medical practitioner in Bhutan to travel to Australia to be trained […]

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Rotary Fellowship

Fellowship being a primary focus, we organised several interesting social meetings at various locations and undertook to provide strong fellowship events for each month when there was a 5th Monday. These included – Records and Management speaker at the Clare Hotel. Our visit to our member Graham’s business, Goode Restoration and sharing a meal in […]

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Clare Pageant

Clare Pageant is a highlight of the year in Clare with large crowds coming to the town. This year Rotary had a float highlighting the work of Rotary PolioPlus. Rotary is also involved in marshalling the crowds and key venues along the Main Street.

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Riesling Trial Signage

The Rotary Club of Clare has long been involved in community signs around the valley and our Rotary Club logo is found all around the area. However, the signs are showing signs of their vintage and we worked with Lions to update the information boards.

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Lions Shop Opening

Working with other community groups like Lions. Here Rotary President Josie and Rotarian Julianne are with Lions President Alan and Lion Greg at the opening of the Lions shop.

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Australia Day Breakfast

We are always at the joint service club breakfast for Australia Day where we look after the supply of sausages while Lions look after eggs and Apex do the bacon. This is a high-profile event for the many community support groups and is much appreciated by Council, who sponsor the event.

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RYDA 2020 Workshop in Clare

Unfortunately, RYDA did not happen in2020 due to Covid 19. The district pushed hard for us to send information to schools for their use in classrooms, but we decided given everyone’s circumstances including any students studying from home, that schools had enough to contend with RYDA aims to better prepare 16-17 year olds, who are […]

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