Club Projects

    For further Information on our Club Projects contact:
    Jari Peltonen: Ph. 08 86455038
     
  Rotary Peace & Harmony Globe and Sundial

The Rotary Club of Whyalla has erected a 2.5m stainless steel globe of the world and a sundial at the Whyalla Foreshore.

This is to honour the multi-cultural heritage of Whyalla, recognising the countries of origin of the city’s immigrant workforce who left their homes to work in the city’s fledgling ship-building and steel-making industries.


For further information on the Rotary Globe and Sundial click HEREl

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 SHELTERBOX AUSTRALIA

ShelterBox Australia is a project of the Rotary Club of Endeavour Hills (Vic) and the accredited international affiliate of the ShelterBox Trust UK and administers ShelterBox in Australia,  raising funds to provide shelter and clean water to victims of disasters.
 
ShelterBox was one of the first aid organizations to reach cyclone victims in Myanmar, delivering a shipment of 644 boxes within a few days and another 1,050 within two weeks of the disaster. It has also distributed 800 boxes to China as at 30th May 08), providing assistance to the hundreds of thousands left homeless after the May earthquake. 
 

For further information on the work of ShelterBox Aust click
HERE.

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RYLA  

 RYLA

Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) is Rotary's leadership training program for young people. RYLA participants can be ages 14-30, but most clubs and districts choose to focus on a narrower age range, such as 14-18 or 19-30. Our young RYLA students spend a week at camp participation.

RYLA emphasizes leadership, citizenship, and personal growth, and aims to;
-  Demonstrate Rotary's respect and concern for youth 
-  Provide training experience for selected youth & potential leaders
-  Encourage leadership of youth by youth
-  Recognise young people who are rendering service to their communities .

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RIDING FOR THE DISABLED

Rotary members have for some years supported Riding for the Disabled with tree planting for shade and recently made a donation of $2,000 for a new watering system.

Picture: Rotarian Perry Eden getting into the spirit of things by doing some tree planting at Riding for the Disabled.

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