Ethics, as a core value of Rotary, can be found in the Four-Way-Test, a guiding set of four principles by which Rotarians conduct their service to the community. These can be viewed as a unifying set of values, purpose and principles. Is it the truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build goodwill […]
Hearing about other people’s vocation and special interests is one of the ways Rotarians have an opportunity to learn about, engage with and support projects locally and globally.
Erina Rotarians took part in Coast Shelter’s Sleep Rough 4aNight event held on Saturday 8th August 2020. Covid19 restrictions mean that this year, instead of participants sleeping outside as a group, they will be choosing their couch, car or tent to help raise funds for homeless and at risk people on the Central Coast. […]
We were fortunate to have Bill Crews as our guest speaker on Tuesday 18th February. Bill is well known through his work with the Exodus Foundation, as a compassionate and caring man. If you want to know more about Bill’s work, go to http://www.billcrews.org
While Covid-19 has been the focus for 2020, Rotary, together with the World Health Organisation and other agencies has been working to keep polio eradication at the forefront of our focus. The good news is that now Africa is polio-free, a substantial win in the fight against polio. Now Pakistan and Afghanistan are the only […]
The Rotary Club of Erina joined with Northlakes Toukley, Woy Woy and Brisbane Water clubs to take part in Fair Day – celebrating diversity on the coast. Held on Sunday 6th October 2019 at the Umina Beach Recreation Precinct – the event attracted thousands of locals and visitors and was a great success.
Operation Jaywick was a special operation undertaken in World War II. In September 1943, 14 commandos and sailors from the Allied Z Special Unit raises Japanese shipping in Singapore Harbour, sinking seven ships. Initial training for the raid was carried out at Refuge Bay, a remote and inaccessible area on the Hawkesbury River. On 12 […]