Our Club meets weekly.
For the time being we are meeting on Zoom each week at 7.30am Wednesday. Meeting ID 3532621046 Pwd 3191
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Hopefully we will be able to meet once again in person at Cilantro.
A full buffet breakfast is made available and cost is $25. Meetings always finish no later than 8.30am.

Note re parking at Cilantro – it is free on Wednesday mornings up until 8.45am. Regarding any other occasions where you may be on campus, you would need a parking permit.

Occasionally we may meet elsewhere and / or at a different time – please check the list of coming events on this page to confirm.

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Welcome to our Club!
We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 7:10 AM
Cilantro Restaurant, Holmesglen TAFE
Moorabbin Campus, 488 South Rd
Moorabbin, VIC 3189
For the time being our Club meets on Zoom each week at 7.30am Wednesday Meeting ID 3532621046 Pwd 3191
Latest Meetings
President Geoff greeted guests and members. He encouraged members to forward suggestions on events/projects to promote Rotary 100 in Australia.
Helen introduced the guest speaker Harry Moffitt.
Harry was in the SAS and has written a book “Eleven Bats” which is a story of combat, cricket and the SAS. He said that when he was a 20 year old and contemplating joining SAS, he could not find any Australian books on the subject on how to join or the training involved. He had to resort to books from the UK, US and Germany.This was the reason he decided to write a book to inspire the young on what is involved and what to expect. 
This morning's guest speaker was Nicole Lewis Jacobs, the "Soup Angel"
We met at Cilantro for the first time since COVID 19 and the Currawongs flew out of the gum trees greeting with their distinctive beautiful musical call. Even better, Tony and Sossi greeted us with our favourite coffee, we felt as if we had come home. We had! As we meet at 7:00 am we discovered we were the first club in Australia to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Rotary in our beautiful country.
This Wednesday was a most glorious morning with the sun shining after a few really chilly and wet days. The birds were chirping and our Guest Speaker, Anne Coughlan from Community Information and Support Services was cheerfully waiting to do her presentation. Karin was Chairperson and invited us to stand for a minute silence in honor of Prince Philip who sadly passed away last Friday.