Each year the Club recognises significant contributions of individuals both vocationally and in service to the Community.
The Vocation Committee is seeking nominations for the Young Achievers Award. This Award recognizes up to three persons in the age group 18 – 26 who have achieved outstanding success in their education or training and who have also made a significant contribution in the form of service to the community.
What an inspirational, marvellous privilege to have attended last week's meeting. Our three beautiful Young Achiever Awardees were outstanding and heartening in their missions to achieve and provide encouragement to their communities, applying their life stories to improve the lives of others.
At last week’s meeting, Rotary Melbourne presented its 34th Sir John Reid Community Service Award to Libby Clarke from Very Special Kids an Australian children's hospice that provides respite and end of life care. Libby (centre) is seen here with special guests, Sir John Reid's daughters, Margaret Ross and Jean Hadges.
Katharine Brown, our third Global Postgraduate Scholar successfully nominated by RC of Melbourne.
Do you know of somebody with a disability? Do they provide outstanding support to others with disability? Are they a community leader or involved in a community group? Do you have a relationship with a local organisation that supports people
with disability who may want to nominate somebody for Shine On?
One of the Club's Annual Awards is the Seniors' Award made to a person over the age of 60 years whose outstanding service in a voluntary capacity is judged to have made a positive difference to the lives of older people. 2017 Recipient Nancy Hogan is seen here with PP Quin Scalzo and Robin Syme.