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ONE TO ONE IN CAPE TOWN

ONE TO ONE IN CAPE TOWN

19 AUGUST 2017 One of the most heart-warming of our projects is to participate in Cape Town’s annual One to One, which brings together many d...
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WOMENS DAY FOR ROTARY

WOMENS DAY FOR ROTARY

We were proud to hold the first ever Rotary Women’s Day in District 9350. Our distinguished Guest Speaker was dynamic businesswoman Margaret Hirsch,...
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ONE TO ONE IN CAPE TOWN

ONE TO ONE IN CAPE TOWN

We helped at the annual One to One for people with disabilities, in which many social and religious organisations participate. Here we see Rotarians, ...
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ROTARY CLUB OF BLOUBERG
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ROTARY CLUB OF BLOUBERG

One of the most vibrant Rotary clubs in Cape Town, the Rotary Club of Blouberg is a dynamic group of professionals and business people who are dedicated to the Rotary ideal of 'Service above Self.' We meet every week for a friendly meal with good fellowship, but our business is to help charities, institutions and needy people in the area north of Cape Town ranging from Blouberg to Brooklyn, from Du Noon to Parow. We are part of Rotary District 9350 and proud to be part of Rotary International. We participate enthusiastically in Rotary's global charity and youth programmes.
CLUB INFORMATION
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CLUB INFORMATION

We meet at 18.00 for 18.30 every Thursday evening at the Italian Club, Donegal Street, Rugby. Very occasionally we may choose to meet elsewhere, so it is best to contact us to make sure if you wish to visit us. We welcome visitors to any of our meetings. Because we need to notify the Italian Club of our meals, could any visitors please contact Jean on: Tel: 084 300 0920 or e-mail info@bloubergrotary.co.za by 10.00 a.m. on the Thursday we meet if possible?

Feel free to browse through our latest monthly "Blouberg Banter" newsletter.


PRESIDENT: Lizelle Van Wyk - De Wet
SECRETARY: Jean Freeborough
TREASURER: Tommy Freeborough
COMMUNITY: Carl Bayhack
CLUB: Bruce Lewis
YOUTH: James Hay
FOUNDATION: Helène Visser
VOCATIONAL: Peter Teuchert
PRESIDENT ELECT: James Hay
ROTARY INTERNATIONAL
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ROTARY INTERNATIONAL

Rotary International today is a global fellowship consisting of more than 1.2 million members in 33 000 clubs in more than 200 countries. If you wish to learn more, please go to our Links Page.
A SHORT HISTORY
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A SHORT HISTORY

We were chartered on the 21st November 1986 with 24 members, our sponsor club being the Rotary Club of Milnerton. Our first president was Allan Fraser and our first meetings were held at the Blouberg Hotel. Right from the beginning, we leapt eagerly into service to the community by becoming involved with Vaatjieplaas farm school and St Jospeh's Home for chronically ill children in Philippi. We also held a fund-raising Carols by Candlelight at the Bayside shopping Centre. In 1992 we proudly inducted Pat Strydom as our first lady member. 2009 saw the sad closure of our sponsoring Rotary Club of Milnerton, but events moved full circle as many of their members joined us.
GALA NIGHT IN MILNERTON
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GALA NIGHT IN MILNERTON

6 DECEMBER 2018
We will be hosting the quirky Christmas drama ‘The Christmas Spirit’ by Frederick Stroppel at the Milnerton Playhouse to raise funds for our many community projects.
Julia Dowling has an unexpected visitor who intends to escort her off to the afterlife on Christmas Eve. However, she convinces Death to grant her one more day by inviting him to Christmas dinner with her friends and family. She creates a not quite accurate happy family scenario with her daughter, sister and in-law, son and girlfriend – and some imaginary grandchildren. When her pastor drops by and Death arrives with a recent suicide, the scene is set for a poignant and hilarious Christmas play which shows us what really makes life worth living.
Venue: The Milnerton Playhouse, Pienaar Road, Milnerton (behind the library)
Time: 19h00 for 19h30
Cost: R120 PP (snacks and cash bar)
RSVP: Lynne on lynnewade@mweb.co.za and 073 919 3268
BINGO UPDATE
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BINGO UPDATE

Unfortunately, we had to cancel our Bingo Evening of the 4th December due to load shedding at the Italian Club. We have RESCHEDULED the December Bingo Evening to Tuesday 11th December. We look forward to seeing you all there.
BINGO JACKPOT
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BINGO JACKPOT

1 MAY 2018
Lucky winner Laetitia le Roux walked away with our Bingo Snowball jackpot, which had been accumulating for a few years – R6 200! We wish her the greatest enjoyment of her prize.
TUESDAY 4 SEPTEMBER
Blouberg Rotary's Bingo Evening Fund-raiser at the Italian Club, which takes place on the FIRST TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH (except for January 2018), starting 19.15 for 19.30. A fun evening for all! To find out more, go to www.bingocapetown.co.za .

RADIO BROADCAST ON One FM 94.0
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RADIO BROADCAST ON One FM 94.0

TUESDAY 24 OCTOBER 2017
The Rotary Club of Blouberg has made one contribution of many to the Rotary International effort to eliminate polio when, on the 24th October our President Carl was interviewed by Kabelo Shomang on OneFm Radio on the Brunch Show.

Rotary members in Cape Town, amongst many others, are reaching out on World Polio Day to raise awareness, funds and support to end polio – a vaccine-preventable disease that still threatens children in parts of the world today. Since Rotary and its partners launched the Global Polio Eradication Initiative nearly 30 years ago, contributing more than US$1.7 billion, the incidence of polio has plummeted by more than 99.9 percent to just 37 cases in 2016. To sustain this progress, Rotary International has committed to raising US$50 million per year over the next three years, which will be matched 2.1 by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. WITHOUT ACTION THERE CAN BE NO ERADICATION. Visit www.endpolio.org for more about Rotary and its efforts to eradicate polio.

SPONSORS
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SPONSORS

Our club also owes profound thanks to the many sponsors who help us with our work through their contributions - large or small. Please open our Sponsors link to view our worthy community-minded benefactors.
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