Welcome to
Glenhaven Rotary Club

Annie Bradley

President, Membership, Newsletter Editor, & Fundraising

Annie is relatively new to Rotary, but has quickly found her passion for helping her local community. She is honored to be President of Glenhaven this year. Annie will also produce the Club's newsletter and Publicity Officer. Annie was awarded Club Member of the Year Award.

Jan Duffy OAM

Secretary, Club Administration & immediate Past President

Jan is a Charter member of our Club and Immediate Past President as well as holding the positions of Secretary and Club Administration.

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Helen Games

Youth Chair

Helen looks after our Youth projects, this role takes up many hours and there are multiple events each year which Helen and her team organises seamlessly. Thanks to Helens dedication Glenhaven Rotary has one of the most active Youth programs in the district. This year Helen was awarded her 1st Sapphire Paul Harris Pin.

Barry Philps

Community & International Chair

Barry was one of our charter members 26 years ago. Not only has Barry served as a Past President but has also held the honor of District Governor. Barry has multiple tasks this year as Community & International Chair and assistant to our Treasurer and is a very valuable member of our Club

Annette Waterson & Jo Norton

Joint Vocational Chairs

Annette & Jo are a formidable team and this year are joint Vocational Chairs.

Vino Dullab

Treasurer & Rotary Foundation Chair

Vino is a charter member of our club. Over the last 26 years Vino has taken on many roles including bulletin editor, Sergeant at Arms and Foundation Conference Chairman for many years. Vino has taken on a new role as treasurer this year, as well as Foundation Chair and Club historian.

, Barry Wailes, Marie Campion


These three take turns ensuring our meeting run smoothly. They make sure we run on schedule and their witticism and humor also adds the fun element to our evenings.

Glenhaven Rotary was chartered in 1993 and since then we have been actively helping the Glenhaven and Hills District Communities.

Over the last 27 years Glenhaven Rotary has donated nearly One Million Dollars to local, national and international charities and programs.

This year President Annie will be focusing on our  local community  and new community projects

If you have a local event or cause and you are looking for help, whether it be volunteers or a community BBQ contact us.

We have received 2019 -2020 Rotary Citation Silver for helping R0TARY CONNECT THE WORLD

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Welcome to Glenhaven Rotary

We would like to bust some myths ......

  • You DO NOT need a tap on the shoulder to join
  • It is NOT a men only club
  • You DO NOT need to be retired
  • You DO NOT need to live in Glenhaven
What you DO NEED is a love of your local community, and a passion to help.

Come and find out more and have a dinner on us!

See how you can start making a difference today
The Four-Way Test of the things we think, say or do is a test used by Rotarians world-wide as a moral code for personal and business relationships.

The test can be applied to almost any aspect of life. The test was scripted by Herbert J. Taylor an American from Chicago as he set out to save his company Aluminum Products Distribution Company from bankruptcy.

It was later adopted by Rotary International, the four way test can be used for many aspects in modern life today.
Four Way Test
Our Meetings are held each Tuesday from 7pm
At the present time we are holding our meetings on zoom as we are unable to meet face to face. This has enabled us to source interesting speakers from overseas and around Australia.

However when we are able to meet face to face ,a typical meeting is as follows:

6:30pm      Arrive and catch up with other members

7.00pm      Our president will ask us to charge our glasses and propose a toast

7:15pm      Dinner is served, each week we are served a two course meal. During dinner our club folder is passed around where you indicate what meetings you are able to attend, and also volunteer for events the rotary will be attending ie: Bunnings BBQ, fundraising events such as a Trivia night or Golf Day.

7.45pm       Our President will make any announcements regarding the club also any notices from other members are heard, and we normally have a raffle.

8.00pm      Our guest speaker presents a short presentation.

8:25pm      Our Sergeant at Arms holds a fine session, now for non-rotarians this will seem very strange. The sergeant dishes out fun fines to the club members eg. "If you are wearing red" "Table two was laughing too much" members pop their loose change into the fine box.

8.30pm      Pack up and finish.

Sergeant at Arms
This role was introduced in 1921 to keep order in the meetings so the president could get through the meeting uninterrupted, it has now evolved to a light hearted fine session. The Sergeant also rings the bell to call the meeting to order, at the beginning of the meeting.

Do you have what it takes to become a dynamic leader and change yourself and the world?
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) is an intensive leadership experience organized by Rotary clubs and districts where you develop your skills as a leader while having fun and making connections.
What are the benefits?
Connect with leaders in your community and around the world to:
  • Build communication and problem-solving skills
  • Discover strategies for becoming a dynamic leader in your school or community
  • Learn from community leaders, inspirational speakers, and peer mentors
  • Unlock your potential to turn motivation into action
  • Have fun and form lasting friendships
What’s involved?
RYLA events are organized locally by Rotary clubs and districts for participants ages 18--28. It is normally in the form of a week long camp with around 80 participants taking part. The content includes presentations, activities and workshops covering many different topics.
How can I participate?
RYLA participants are nominated by local Rotary clubs. Contact Glenhaven Rotary club to find out more about RYLA events in your area, how to apply, and any costs of getting involved.
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Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment (RYPEN)
During an intensive residential weekend young people aged approximately 15 years, will develop increased motivation, improved life skills, better self-image, pride in themselves and an understanding of setting and achieving goals.

National Youth Science Forum (NYSF)
This is a 12 day experience for outstanding students commencing year 12. It is held in Canberra each January and the District Committee will select candidates from those nominated by Clubs. Rotary Clubs may wholly or partially fund applicants.

ConocoPhillips Science Experience
This course offers a 3 day hands-on program for young Australians. The program is non-selective and open to all
students in years 9 & 10. The student are involved in laboratory experiments, engage in real science, share in discussions
and mix with other like minded students.

High school students develop an awareness of the United Nations and the countries they represent at this simulated Un assembly. They address and debate problems and issues of international concern. Clubs sponsor teams from high schools who each represent a UN country.

A memorandum of understanding has been developed between Rotary and PCYC with the aim of strengthening and renewing the partnership between the two parties.

Ending Polio

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Rotary Foundation

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Rotary Peace

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What is Rotaract?
Rotaract is a global organisation that provides opportunities for young adults to enhance their knowledge and skills through personal development, to address the physical and social needs of their communities, whilst promoting better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service.
We empower students and young professionals to create positive change in their local communities and around the world. Rotaract provides unique opportunities that assist its members in becoming the business and professional leaders of tomorrow.
Rotaract (which stands for Rotary in Action) is a Rotary-partnered service club for young people aged 18 to 30. Sponsored by Rotary International, Rotaract Clubs across Australia are part of a worldwide organisation of 250,792 individuals in 10,904 clubs covering 184 countries.
Our Goals are to:
  1. Develop professional and leadership skills of our members.
  2. Emphasise respect for the rights of others, based on recognition of the worth of each individual.
  3. Recognise the dignity and value of all useful occupations as opportunities to serve.
  4. Recognise, practice and promote ethical standards as leadership qualities and vocational responsibilities.
  5. Develop knowledge and understanding of the needs, problems and opportunities in the local and international community.
  6. Provide opportunities for personal and group activities to serve the community and promote international understanding and goodwill to all people.
Contact Rotaract Today

  • Glenhaven, New South Wales, Australia, 2156
  • Rotary Club of Glenhaven PO Box 117 Castle Hill 1765