District Award Winners!

The Rotary Club of Glenelg has just received the Best Environmental Project Award from District 9520 for our No More Straws Campaign.

Our goal was to make the Jetty Road Glenelg precinct plastic straw free. Our members hit the streets with paper straws and posters to help the local traders make the switch.

We are pleased to say that we achieved our goal and have been recognized by the District for this achievement. If you are not already a part of this great community organisation, send us an email and get in on the fun.

Murder mystery play

A great night for members of the Rotary Club of Glenelg who attended the St Judes Players performance of Beyond Reasonable Doubt. A great play I can recommend you attend at the St Judes Hall on Brighton Road Brighton.

Shelterbox Wilderness Trek

Day 1 of our 61kms trek on KI for Shelterbox. 12.2 kms on the Rocky River section. Great company, great food (thanks to our support crew 😀), wonderful scenery and beautiful flowers. Feeling good so far. Please donate to this great cause, providing shelter to those who’ve lost everything in natural disaster or war. $30 buys an inflatable solar light providing comfort and safety in disaster zones.

2019 One And All experience

This year Rotary Club Of Glenelg sponsored Roger Hornett for this great adventure and learning experience.

This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience an amazing five days at sea – an experience which will reshape your outlook forever and change your future.  A carefully structured One and All training voyage will help develop visionary leadership skills.

Paddle Boards for GSLSC

Steve Dolton of Glenelg Surf Lifesaving Club said the money we donated From the Cold Plunge project would help purchase a paddle board, which he described as a vital life saving device. Glad we can help Steve.