Welcome to the Rotary Club of Epping
 
Are you an established professional who wants to make positive changes in your community and the world? Our club members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship. Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group who share your drive to give back.
 
 
Club Stories
Community Service – North Epping Public School
 
The Community Garden team had the first meeting at Epping North Primary with the principal and grounds man to look at the site and plan the next stage of development. 
It is a very exciting project that will include Rotarians, teachers, parents and students from the school and senior citizens from the suburb. 
 
 
President Toula's Corner
Our first speaker for the year was certainly well received, based on the feedback I received.
I do feel proud of Lily, she is a great kid! Many thanks to Justin for doing a lot of research and
making the session informative, entertaining, and fun. You did an amazing job!
 
New President 20/21 Toula Serna
20/21 Board: Betty, Chris, Alex, Narelle, Robert, Bruce, Peter, John C, John F, Deretta & Toula
A huge Thank You to everyone who attended the 58th Changeover, whether in person or on Zoom. It was wonderful to see members I have not seen in months and months. 26 members attended in person and 8 people joined in on Zoom. The mood was buoyant and the atmosphere buzzing
 
Annette Gurr, NCCG Development Manager, gave a clear, informative and heart-rending presentation on the fantastic service provided by the staff of the National Centre for Childhood Grief.
How have we never known about this local organisation addressing a critical need that is mostly overlooked?
 
 
 
The Epping Rotary Backyard Blitz team went to work in a backyard in North Epping to assist a couple in North Epping who are not in a position to keep on top of things in the garden. The objective: to spruce things up for Christmas and make the garden a more inviting area!
 
Last Saturday a harbour cruise for retirement and nursing home residents, with the fantastic help of prefects from Epping Boys HS and Cheltenham Girls HS, was a lot of fun and a joy-filled event. A huge thank you to Epping Community Bank Branch for partnering with us and sponsoring the boat, also to The Tokens for once again providing some great music that had the dance floor pumping! Thanks to Captain Wal for the organisation, to everyone who contributed towards a spectacular tea, and for those who valiantly conquered the cramped conditions in the galley kitchen to prepare food and drinks; it was a great team effort.
 
Club Stories
Community Service – North Epping Public School
 
The Community Garden team had the first meeting at Epping North Primary with the principal and grounds man to look at the site and plan the next stage of development. 
It is a very exciting project that will include Rotarians, teachers, parents and students from the school and senior citizens from the suburb. 
 
 
President Toula's Corner
Our first speaker for the year was certainly well received, based on the feedback I received.
I do feel proud of Lily, she is a great kid! Many thanks to Justin for doing a lot of research and
making the session informative, entertaining, and fun. You did an amazing job!
 
New President 20/21 Toula Serna
20/21 Board: Betty, Chris, Alex, Narelle, Robert, Bruce, Peter, John C, John F, Deretta & Toula
A huge Thank You to everyone who attended the 58th Changeover, whether in person or on Zoom. It was wonderful to see members I have not seen in months and months. 26 members attended in person and 8 people joined in on Zoom. The mood was buoyant and the atmosphere buzzing
 
Annette Gurr, NCCG Development Manager, gave a clear, informative and heart-rending presentation on the fantastic service provided by the staff of the National Centre for Childhood Grief.
How have we never known about this local organisation addressing a critical need that is mostly overlooked?
 
 
 
The Epping Rotary Backyard Blitz team went to work in a backyard in North Epping to assist a couple in North Epping who are not in a position to keep on top of things in the garden. The objective: to spruce things up for Christmas and make the garden a more inviting area!
 
Last Saturday a harbour cruise for retirement and nursing home residents, with the fantastic help of prefects from Epping Boys HS and Cheltenham Girls HS, was a lot of fun and a joy-filled event. A huge thank you to Epping Community Bank Branch for partnering with us and sponsoring the boat, also to The Tokens for once again providing some great music that had the dance floor pumping! Thanks to Captain Wal for the organisation, to everyone who contributed towards a spectacular tea, and for those who valiantly conquered the cramped conditions in the galley kitchen to prepare food and drinks; it was a great team effort.
 
Welcome to our Club!
Epping

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Mondays at 6:00 PM
The Epping Pub
Beecroft Rd Opposite station
Epping, NSW 2121
Australia
Phone:
0434 876 695
Stay Connected
 
Enquiries

Enquiries:
Bruce Jacob, President
Phone: 0422 762 581

Email:
president@eppingrotary.org.au
P.O. Box 77 EPPING NSW 1710
www.eppingrotary.org.au

 
 
Connect With Us
 
Speakers
Pride of Workmanship
Mar 15, 2021 6:30 PM
Alex Thomas (MC)
Snr Constable Julie Lewis
Mar 22, 2021 6:30 PM
Crime prevention in our area
Why Join Rotary?

 Friendship
In an increasingly complex world, Rotary provides one of the most basic needs; the need for friends and fellowship.

 Business Development
One of the original reasons for Rotary’s beginning was everyone needs to network. Rotary consists of a cross section of every business community and its members come from all walks of life. Rotarians help one another and others.

 Leadership Development
Rotary is an organization of leaders and successful people. Serving in Rotary positions is like a college education in leadership. Learning how to motivate, influence and lead leaders.

 Citizenship in the Community
Membership in a Rotary Club makes one a better community citizen. The average Rotary Club consists of the most active citizens of any community.

Contact Toula Serna - Membership Director

0400 312 263 toulaserna@outlook.com