Groups

Macedonian Womens Welfare Group

Mission
To become a leading provider of service that promotes health and wellbeing in the Macedonian and wider community.

Laverton Probus

Probus is an Association of Retired and Semi Retired people who join together for the purpose of regular interaction to keep both their minds and bodies active and to enjoy the fellowship of new frien... Probus is an Association of Retired and Semi Retired people who join together for the purpose of regular interaction to keep both their minds and bodies active and to enjoy the fellowship of new friends. Probus is not a Service Club and does not engage in Fund raising or Community Sponsorship. It is made up of members from all walks of life. It is also non-sectarian and non-political. The only criterion for membership is to be no longer in Full time work.
We are a Mixed Gender Club and are a friendly and responsible Club and ready to answer any questions you may have about our Club or any Probus Services

CWA Altona Evening

CWA-Altona Evening branch is a local group of women gathering in the evening for personal development of craft and cooking interests and rallying to support the local community.

Altona View Club

VIEW is a nationwide, women's organisation of 19,600 members. VIEW, stands for Voice, Interests and Education of Women, was established to give women, a network of support, a platform to voice their v... VIEW is a nationwide, women's organisation of 19,600 members. VIEW, stands for Voice, Interests and Education of Women, was established to give women, a network of support, a platform to voice their views on issues of national concern and a forum in which to support the charitable work of The Smith Family.

Altona Lions Club

We are a group of community-minded citizens from all walks of life who pool our talents, our time and our energy in the prime endeavour to make our community a better place to live. Our projects are g... We are a group of community-minded citizens from all walks of life who pool our talents, our time and our energy in the prime endeavour to make our community a better place to live. Our projects are geared toward the environment, people in need, youth in the community and the elderly.

Rotary Club of Altona City

We will be the service organisation of choice with dynamic, action-oriented clubs whose contributions improve lives in communities worldwide.

Lions Club of Altona

Updates on what is happening within the Lions Club of Altona Inc. for example special events, projects and awards that the club and members receive.

Newport RSL

A small friendly rustic RSL.
The Newport RSL is a small Sub Branch. They have full bar facilities, a Beer Garden, Entertainment and Raffles.

Probus Club of Altona

The Club was originally formed as a men’s club by the Rotary Club of Altona in 1987 at a meeting at the Altona Library, chaired by the then Rotary Club of Altona President, Doug Grant. Early meetings ... The Club was originally formed as a men’s club by the Rotary Club of Altona in 1987 at a meeting at the Altona Library, chaired by the then Rotary Club of Altona President, Doug Grant. Early meetings were held at the Altona RSL and at the Kooringal Golf Club. The Club became a combined club for men and women in April 2010.
Probus is an association of retired and semi-retired people who join together in clubs for the purpose of regular social interaction to keep both their minds and bodies active and to enjoy the fellowship of new friends. Probus is not a Service Club and does not engage in fund raising or community sponsorship. It is made up of members from all walks of life. It is also non-sectarian and non-political. Many retired people today move for a more relaxed lifestyle and find that they leave family and friends behind, so it is necessary to find an outlet to enable them to make new friends and to take part in new interests. The only criterion for membership is to be no longer in full time work.

Rotary Club of Laverton Point Cook

The Rotary Club of Laverton Point Cook was granted its charter on 18th June 1973, and has been actively and enthusiastically serving Laverton, Point Cook and the wider community ever since. Each year... The Rotary Club of Laverton Point Cook was granted its charter on 18th June 1973, and has been actively and enthusiastically serving Laverton, Point Cook and the wider community ever since.
Each year, the club raises funds to assist individuals and other groups in the Laverton and Point Cook area, other Rotary projects and club projects overseas.
We also enjoy a range of social activities and fellowship amongst our members.
The club is part of Rotary District 9800 in Victoria, Australia, and meets on a Wednesday for dinner at 6.30pm for 7pm.

Rotary Club of Point Gellibrand

Chartered in 1986 by the Rotary Club of Williamstown from a disparate group of business individuals the Rotary Club of Point Gellibrand has weathered well to become a cohesive team of Rotarians within... Chartered in 1986 by the Rotary Club of Williamstown from a disparate group of business individuals the Rotary Club of Point Gellibrand has weathered well to become a cohesive team of Rotarians within District 9800 in Australia.

Christened ‘The Gellibabies’ after attending their first district conference chaperoned by the Rotary Club of Williamstown where the spirit of the ‘Gellibabies’ emerged from a team of committed Rotarians short on ceremony but big on fun and dedicated to service above self.

Discovering Rotary in the early years was a mixture of we do it our way with lots of support from Grandma (PDG David Wills) and our fantastic secretary Steve Margerson. I often liken our experience as learning to drink from a fire hydrant – so much information and so little time!! But the sense of purpose created a can do culture where the Big Bay Swim was created during our embryonic second year and born in year three and continues on as our major fundraising event each year. – More information is available at – http://www.bigbayswim.com.au/

The Gellibabies have generated a number of district officers with Mark Sheahan being Assistant District Governor and Group Study Exchange leader and Jeffrey Bird being District Governor in 1997-8

More district information is available http://www.rotarydistrict9800.org.au/

Meeting each Tuesday at the Royal Victorian Motor Yacht Club 260 Nelson Place Williamstown 6-45pm for 7-00 for dinner members enjoy one of the best views of Melbourne and the venue has the capacity to cater for upwards of 150 guests.

Meetings are conducted in a convivial atmosphere with Fun being the underlying theme but our guest speakers often challenge our thinking and create further avenues for service both locally and internationally.

Our projects cover hands on projects similar to the BBQ and Shelter constructed at Floyd Lodge and the pergola at Hazeldene to funding a literacy project in Nepal and ongoing support for Rotary’s Polio Plus project aimed at the total eradication of poliomyelitis across the globe.

Our Recent Work includes:-

Support for Challenge cancer through a Pirates day where upwards of 100 kids and their parents are entertained with a Pirates water fight, face painting, on land entertainment and BBQ. A dad’s weekend away is also included in the annual calendar so that families affected by juvenile cancer get the opportunity to let dad have a respite ‘Up the Bush’ at Mathoura on the Murray.
Support for ‘Open Family’ through leadership group activities at Camp Getaway near Bendigo. And in co-operation with Williamstown Sport and Game Fishing club a fishing day where young people at risk are entertained for a day’s fishing and fun.
Focus on literacy through support for the ‘Friends of Williamstown Libraries’ summer writing competition, The Williamstown Literary Festival and a junior school English literacy programme in Nepal.
Many support programmes and funds to local schools and our ‘adopted’ drought ravaged community in East Loddon near Bendigo.

Other Beneficiaries for our Support Include:-

Williamstown Lifesaving Club
Sandridge Lifesaving Club
Bayside Secondary College
Redskins Basketball Club
Breast Cancer Research
Floyd Lodge Garden
Mercy Hospice
Hobsons BayToy Library
TS Voyager
Mental Health Week Festival


Rotary Club of Point Gellibrand

Chartered 1986

Charter No 23943

2012-3 President Raimonda Krogmann

Rotary Club of Wiliamstown

The Rotary Club of Williamstown has been in existence since March, 1949. Throughout its history the Club has been active in all avenues of Rotary service. Some memorable early projects included raisin... The Rotary Club of Williamstown has been in existence since March, 1949. Throughout its history the Club has been active in all avenues of Rotary service. Some memorable early projects included raising money for the maternity wing at the local Williamstown hospital, running a Home Show in the Williamstown Town Hall for five days, supporting the formation of the Elderly Citizens' Club and providing scholarships for local secondary school students.
More recent projects include the planning and financing of 'Urimbirra', a residential centre for mentally disadvantaged people, the biggest project ever undertaken by the Club, the planning, financing and building of an extension to the Hazeldean Nursing Home for the Aged, the building of gazebos for Winteringham hostel and MS House, and refurbishing the clock in Ferguson Street.
In 2010, our latest building project has been as a member of the community alliance that redeveloped the Ronald McDonald Backyard Project for the use of families staying at Ronald McDonald House in Carlton
The Club has been especially active in raising funds for medical research including projects such as ROQUAD (surgical procedures for paraplegics), ROCAN (ovarian cancer research), Have A Heart-Give A Part (organ donation awareness programme), and Heartstart (provision of portable defibrillators for children suffering Long QT syndrome).

Seaholme Probus Club

Probus Club of Seaholme Inc was formed by the sponsoring group of Altona Rotary Club in March 2000 and incorporated shortly after to provide regular opportunities for members to keep their minds activ... Probus Club of Seaholme Inc was formed by the sponsoring group of Altona Rotary Club in March 2000 and incorporated shortly after to provide regular opportunities for members to keep their minds active, expand their interests and to enjoy the fellowship of new friends. At each meeting, members are informed of upcoming club events and entertained through a programme of guest speakers.

Probus Club of Seaholme is a mixed gender club, limited to 105 members, and meets every second Wednesday of the moment, excluding January, commencing at 10:00am, at the Altona Sports Club, 1 Altona Road, Seaholme.

Spotswood/Kingsville RSL

A casual community R.S.L. currently open on Thursday - Friday nights to members and guests from 5:00pm. Happy Hour from 5:30pm to 6:30pm. On Saturdays, bring down your dog and have a drink from 12-6p... A casual community R.S.L. currently open on Thursday - Friday nights to members and guests from 5:00pm. Happy Hour from 5:30pm to 6:30pm.
On Saturdays, bring down your dog and have a drink from 12-6pm. All welcome.
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