ROTARY CLUB OF CESSNOCK WORKING FOR OUR COMMUNITY

We meet on Thursday at Cessnock Leagues Club, 1 Darwin Street, Cessnock at 6pm for Dinner with 7pm meeting

The Rotary Club of Cessnock formally began in 1937. Over the years many changes have occurred to enhance the well being of the club and its members.  Our motto is to serve our community in the best way possible by working with key stakeholders and our community.

Rotary Club of Cessnock thanks all of our existing sponsorship. With their support, we are able to assist in projects locally in the Cessnock LGA, Nationally and Internationally. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, there are multiple packages available and we do recognize in-kind support. Just click contact us.
 
News from Cessnock & District 9670
New Members Harma Hill, Graham and Helen Rose with President Vicki and past DG Adrian Roach
Our new Major Sponsor is the Deck Cafe at the Gartlemens Winery at Lovedale
We are holding a BarBQ event every second Sunday
at the Coles Car Park at Huntlee
We are holding a BarBQ at the Broke Markets every first Sunday of the month.
Rotary Club of Cessnock is helping with the maintenance of the gardens
Rotary Roadside Cleanup Commitments
The following are the dates our club has committed to, for the Rotary Roadside Cleanup along Maitland Road. This is our signature Community Service project and gives us broad recognition.
First Saturday of the month, join us if you can
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FROM THE PRESIDENT
The 2nd of July was our Club’s Changeover.  The event was a bit different this year with the lock down restrictions. But it did happen. We decided to hold a small dinner party at a members residence, the first meeting members attended socially since March. The meeting was attended by the District Governor Graeme and a number of special guests. President John Rosee presenting his annual report detailing donations to the community, Rotary Leadership events supporting our Youth  and international sponsorships.  A special presentation was made to PDG Greg Bevan with his Paul Harris Fellow triple Ruby recognition. Then the highlight of the night where John inducts Vicki as our new president. She now becomes our 84th President and president for the third time which no other member has ever achieved in club history. This year the board decided to introduce a special award, where the President selects a person who has shown outstanding service, to receive the “David Clark Memorial Award”  to recognise the outstanding service rendered, this year Friend of Rotary, Ron Jackson was chosen for his continued participation in the Christmas Lights project for the last 7 years. The evening concluded with the induction of Vicki Steep as the Club’s 84th President.”
 
President Vicki
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Immediate Past President
Treasurer
Secretary
Community Service/Projects Director
Foundation & International Director
Membership Director
Public Relations & Publicity Director
Public & Legal Officer
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Graham Lidbury
    January 26
Join Date:
  • John Jowett
    January 3, 1993
    29 years
  • Gregory Bevan
    January 5, 1986
    36 years
  • Lorraine Bevan
    January 25, 2020
    2 years