On Saturday 14 May the club took out 29 children from SOS Chilrens Home Thornton to the Rotary Blue Train park in Moullie Point.
The Childrens Day Out Project is an annual favorite and is always very exciting and full of good moments. The children thoroughly enjoyed the train rides and zip line.
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The City Hall is booked! Richard Cock is booked!! The Organising Committee is preparing to meet, because….
Last Night of the Proms 2017 will be held on the
22nd and 23rd April 2017.
Proms 2016 Handover to VWS
At a meeting with the Volunteer Wildfire Services we handed over a cheque, with thanks to all our Promenaders. For more information see A last look at Proms 2016.
On 25th February the club hosted 12 International Rotarians in a fellowship meeting as a club event prior to the RI President Economic Conference 2016 held in Cape Town.
Guest of Honour Ray Klinginsmith, 5th from Left. flanked by President Stephen and District 9350 DG Geralding Nicol
Amongst our guests from other areas were The Rotary Foundation Trustee Chair Ray Klinginsmith, RI Director Peter Offer, PDG Andrew Jaeger,RI Director Safak Alpay and his wife Denise Alpay, RF Grants Officer Sadaf Ajani, Elizabeth Lamberti, Justine Mazhandu , Celestin Tangamo , Gabriel Chipara, Goliath Mungonge & Anne Thompson.
Our District Governor, Geraldine Nicol and District Governor Elect Ian Pursch both attended as did our club guests Monique Bayes , Jean Crous & Sanmari Crous.
Ray Klinginsmith regaled the club with stories of his early life with Rotary – including a very deep and personal connection to RC Wynberg – and our speaker – Wynberg Rotarian Roche van Wyk – spoke to us about Social Enterprise Development.
A highlight of any Club President’s tenure is the induction of new members into the club and RI.
On 10th March 2016 the club proudly inducted Jean and Sanmari Crous.
Jean and Sanmari had been visiting the club for several meetings, and had already become very involved in club activities, meetings and social events. They had moved to the Southern Suburbs a year ago, and had been looking for a meaningful way to enjoy their leisure hours in the community. Fortunately for all parties they discovered Wynberg Rotary Club.
The rest, as they say, is history!
Jean and Sanmari Crous
The Wynberg Rotary Club celebrated the end of another successful year at the Zeekoevlei Sailing Club with a braai.
We also took the occasion to hand over two re-furbished trailers to the Club, one of our Continue reading