Fifty Year Aniversary of Kyneton Rotary
What does it mean to a town when a service Club has given is all to it for fiftty years? What does it mean for it's members,friends and family? Kyneton Rotary is fifty years old this year.
Alternate Schoolies Week Vietnam
Kyneton Roatry has initiated a project (Alternate Schoolies Week Vietnam) to take year twelve students on a volunteer excursion to Vietnam every year. The 2017 tour was an immense success with students,rotraians and the orphannage benifiting greatly and all having a good time. The party will travel extensively and work at an orphanage while engaging in the social and cultural life of Vietnam. Students will be chaperoned by experienced Rotarians and Friends of Rotary. Contact the Club for further details.
A huge fortnight of great options for all people, young or not so young! Art, Parade, King and Queen, Stalls, Food, Wine, Craft Beer, MUsic, Theatre, Plays, Flower Show, great coffee and cafes', Open Gardens and much more.
Kyneton Rotary will be involved in many activities.
Click on "Read More" for a rundown on what's happening. (External Link)Read more...
The Kyneton Secondary Interact Club (KSIC) was fomed on April the 28th 2017 at the Kyneton Secondary College. Interact is a Rotary sponsored club that functions as an independant club guided and sponsored by Rotary club in this case Kyneton. KSIC had 31 members at initiation and has elected a board and has decided to do two projects. ALternate Schoolies Week Vietnam (Orphanage support) and to raise moneys for the Gym and Boxing Club at the school. The club meets every second Friday during term.Contact Mr Ben Hill (School Community Liason Officer) or Rotarian PP John Condliffe (Convener)
The first year was a huge success with the Vietnam Project helped along by our club funded a very successfull tip and money raised for gym equipment and boxing ring. GRead more...
Nurse Eva from Bairopitec Clinic is East Timor is coming to stay with us in the Macedon Ranges. See the report on the Kyneton Rotary Website.Read more...
For many years Rotarian Jan Mc Coll and her husband Michael have been working and funding the Topu Honis Shelter. Kyneton Rotary was recentley pleased to donate $2000.00 towards the project of sending two students from there to higher education recentley.Read more...
Kyneton Rotary Donates to Live 4 Life . The mental health initaiative for The Macedon Ranges Youth involvimg many local organistions the Macedon Ranges Shire and local Schools. The money was raised at many events run by the Club over the year.Read more...
Flags for Kyneton
For many years the Rotary Club of Kyneton under the leadership of PP Graeme Bloomfield and Geoff Barrett have put the Kyneton Daffodil and Arts Banners and the Christmas Banners up and around the streets of Kyneton. This is a completely free service to the citizens of Kyneton. Service where you least expect it.
The Youth Art Award has run for twenty years starting in 1996. Situated at the Mechanics Institute it showcases local Youth Art and awards them for their efforts. Contact Graham Scarlet for info. It is run in conjunction with the Kyneton Daffodil and Arts Festival.Read more...
Kyneton Rotary supports Melissa Connors and her program this Farm Needs a Farmer. Check it out on her facebook page. www.facebook.com/TFNAF/?fref=tsRead more...
The Country Kitchen is run in conjunction with the Antique Fair held as part of the Daffodil and Arts Festival in Kyneton. Come and view Antiques and Collectables and have a delicious scone and tea at teh same time. Location is the magnificent Town Hall. the canteen is run by Kyneton Rotary.Read more...
Kyneton Rotary runs The Kyneton Community Market every second Saturday of the month. held in beautiful Piper Street it is a must do along with all the other attractions in Kyneton.Read more...
President Ken Porter is in Charge
On the 2nd of July at 12 noon Ken Porter will took over from wife Shirley at the Kyneton Rotary Change Over. The event was held at The Mechanics Institute Kyneton. In Rotary the Club president changes every year as does the Board. It is unusual though for a change over from wife to husband.
Peter Freugh Govenor for 17-18
Peter Freugh (Anne) is the Govenor for our district 9800 for the year 17-18. The Rotary year runs from July to July and district 9800 runs basically down the middle of the state and has over seventy clubs.
Kyneton Rotary Donate $2000.00 to Kyneton Primary Fresh Fruit Friday-They are also volunteering every week.
Kyneton Rotary volunteers every Friday for the Fresh Fruit Program at Kyneton Primary School and Malmsbury Primary Schools. The Club has also donated $2000.00. to Kyneton primary over the last 18 months to help fund it. During the last term of 2016 we financed the restart of Fresh Fruit Friday at Malmsbury primary School and to continue these ninitiatives in 2017. Rotarians Sally Markham (Kyneton) and Paul Taylor (Malmsbury) are running these programs. John Condliffe Secretary is co-ordinating. Join us in Community Service in Action.
Kyneton Rotary Donate $2500.00 to RM Begg Homes Kyneton
Kyneton Rotary Donate $2500.00 to RM Begg Homes Kyneton. For the provision opf a patient bath lifter.
Kyneton Rotary Donates $6000.00 to Kyneton CFA
Kyneton Rotary Donated $6000.00 to Kyneton CFA for provision of a Hazmat trailer.
Rotary Community Market
Rotary Community Market is held the second Saturday of the month. Kicking off at 9am and running til about 2. We have lots of goodies and yummy treats for sale.
All year round! We will be there though the heat and the icey mornings!
Great place to meet and have a quiet beer and a meal. We meet here every Monday.Read more...
The rotary Cluyb of Kyneton in conjuction with the Kyneton Community Park ran a "Foodies Fest" of all the district has to offer.
This was a fantastic event with over 1,000 people attending and raising around $10,000 for our Local, National & International projects!Read more...
Welcome To Kyneton Rotary
We welcome all who wish to make this world a better place.
The Rotary Club of Kyneton meets at the Malmsbury Hotel, 85 Mollison St, Malmsbury, 3446
every Monday at 6:45 for a 7pm sharp start.
Enquiries to Secretary John Condliffe 0419 397 936