The Bentleigh Market is open.
Please come and check it out

The Club holds its meetings on line via Zoom or in person at a venue each week. Please check Events listing for details.
Hello there and welcome to our wonderful and vibrant Rotary Club.
We are to the south east of Melbourne, Victoria, about 18km from the city, meeting each Wednesday morning, currently on Zoom, details here.
We number 37 active members and our main Club activity and fundraiser is the running of the Bentleigh Sunday Market.
We are very proud of the contribution we make to our local communities of Glen Eira and Kingston, and to the wider world, either directly or because we are part of the wonderful worldwide organisation of Rotary.
If you are at all interested in giving a little back to your community and making new friends and being part of Rotary, please contact us or join us at one of our weekly meetings. You will be made to feel very welcome.
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President Ron chaired today's evening club meeting at Cilantro where club members, partners and guests enjoyed a lovely buffet dinner prepared by students in the Cordon Bleu Cooking School.  Julie Reid performed Invocation and the Rotary Toast to Rotary and Australia.    President Ron welcomed all club members and partners, with a special welcome to Madeleine Popper and Ron Popper , AG Les Martin, Louise Godfrey - Yoga teacher and last week's guest speaker, and Jinyola Blanco - houseguest/student of Larry Green and Sarah. 
Grant Perry was our chairperson for today's club meeting at Cilantro.  Geoff Gartly performed invocation and toast to Rotary.  Visitors included Dee Mason, Lily, and Simon.   Charles Rener and Karin Soster joined the meeting via zoom.  Apologies were received from Jo Impey, Paul Ferguson, Linda O'Brien, and Faye Weeks.
PRESIDENT'S REPORT - President Ron Brownlees
ANZAC Day - Our club will present wreaths at the ANZAC dawn services at RSL Bentleigh, and Cheltenham.
District Assembly - This year's district assembly will be conducted over Zoom with separate zoom meetings scheduled.   Club officers and incoming committee chairs are encouraged to attend, including newer club members to get a better understanding of Rotary.
To commemorate our ANZACS John performed the Ode of Remembrance by reciting stanzas from the poem For the Fallen by Laurence Binyon.  "Lest we Forget".
Secretary Neville was our chairperson for this week's club meeting, and called upon our newest club member, Kevin Egan, to perform invocation and the toast to Rotary.  Apologies were received from Helen, Linda, Jo, and Paul.   Karin joined the meeting via Zoom.
There was no guest speaker for today's meeting and provided an opportunity to discuss other matters - namely, our wonderful BMC market - our fund raiser that has been going strong for over 40 years and never fails us.  We are very lucky.  
Last Thursday evening a number of members attended the End Polio fundraising evening held by the Rotary Club of Springvale City.
What an amazing evening this is, held at Maxim's Saigon Restaurant in Springvale.
I have already posted a story on the District 9810 site here.
From our Club we had President Ron and Marilyn, Peter and Linda O'Brien, Helen Nodrum, Margie Lucas, Tim Lynch, Jo Impey.
A special thanks, on behalf of (my) Helen to Linda O'Brien, Sam Langridge and Ron Brownlees for donating prizes to the raffle which raised $1,265.
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May 13, 2024
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District Governor's partner, Dr Helen Parker has chosen End Polio Now as her partner's project.
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Our Club's major fundraising project is the Bentleigh Sunday Market.
Founded in 1977, it has so far raised over $2m which has been spent in the local community and on humanitarian projects overseas.
We support...
Riding for the Disabled
Marriott House Supporter
Holland Foundation
Angel Flight
Glen Eira Council Info. Office
Rural Aid Australia
Salvation Army
Family Life
Beachside Gift
Marriot Support Services
Moorabbin Toy Library
Glen Eira SES
Calvary Care
Bikes for Rochester
Sandringham Hospital
Shelterbags fro Homeless
The Soup Angel
Upcoming Events
May 22, 2024 7:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m.
May 29, 2024 7:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m.
Jun. 05, 2024 7:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m.