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Rotary Club of Port Macquarie Sunrise
Normal Club meetings are currently paused!
We meet at Chop n Chill
near Town Green, 7.00am Friday most weeks.
Visitors welcome. RSVP required.

Posts by Peter Vane

Hastings Rotaract and Orange Sky Laundry

Great to see the Rotaractors working with Orange Sky Laundry to help homeless people in our region. They were prominent in this months Rotary Down Under magazine. If you would like to see the full article just let us know and we can supply it to you.

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Rotary shines at Port Macquarie Hastings Australia Day Awards

Sunrise Rotary was not only nominated for its contributions of over 1500 volunteer hours to the restoration of Tacking Point Lighthouse (now a major ‘must-see’ tourist attraction), but also for collaborating with Tacking Point Lions, Friends of Mrs York’s Garden and the local Council to improve the amenity of the Stewart Street/Gaol Point headland with…

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Sports Awards 2017

The sport of being a triathlete has taken prominence with triathlete, Harry Jones, winning the 2017 Coast 2 Coast Sports Port Macquarie Hastings Sportsperson of the Year. Harry Jones achievements included coming 21st in the British Elite Triathlon Championships in London, winning the Camden Haven ‘King of the Mountain’ three times and winning the 2017…

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Visit by RI President, Ian Riseley

On Monday 31st July 2017 we had the pleasure of a visit by the current Rotary International President, Ian Riseley. Ian spent the day touring around the District taking in the sights and visiting key Rotary projects. This included a visit to our very own Tacking Point Lighthouse project where he was guided by several…

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Neil Black – the Mayor of Lighthouse

 The Tacking Point Lighthouse in 2010 was in very bad shape having been neglected for many years. It was an eyesore and was detracting from the image of Port Macquarie, especially since it had long been a key tourism landmark in the area. Neil and others in the Rotary Club of Port Macquarie Sunrise observed…

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Geoff enjoys reaching the end of Oz

  One of our Rotary Sunrise members Geoff jumping for joy celebrating his birthday and ticked off one of the bucket list wishes – went to Steep Point, the most westerly point on mainland Oz with a bit of 4wd ing. Now have been to the most northerly, easterly, southern and westerly points of this…

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