Australia Day Celebrations
Rutherglen Triathlon transition area
Country Fair - Apex Barrel Roll
The Rutherglen Country Fair is one of the largest regional markets in Victoria. It is held on the Sunday (11th June) of the Queen's Birthday long weekend from 9am to 3:30pm and is part of the popular Winery Walkabout .
Rutherglen main street traders please do not complete an application until you have been contacted by the secretary.
Applications will close on Wednesday 17th May.
If you want know more about becoming a stallholder email or phone the secretary on 0434 185 177 (preferrable).
The Rutheglen traithlon is over for another year. Thanks to all those who participated on the day and we hope you enjoyed the event. The results are now complete and ready for download.
A special thanks must go to our sponsors - IGA Rutherglen, Campbells Wines, Full Cycle Albury, Uncle Tobys, Corowa Recreational Flying and the Shire of Indigo for the use of the pool and providing a lifeguard for the event.
We must also thank the local SES for escorting the bike rides and traffic management and Police also for traffic management.
Rotarians took a lot of photos during the event. I will endeavour to get them up onto face book over then next couple of day.
If you have any comments on how we can improve the event please feel free to email us.
As the current President of Rutherglen Rotary I welcome you to our Website and I hope it offers members and visitors alike a useful resource to gain further information on Rotary and our club.
This year’s Rotary theme is “Rotary Serving Humanity”, and that fits well for this hands on, community focused club. We have about 30 active members that give many hours of voluntary service every year benefiting not only our local communities but, under the Rotary Banner, communities and individuals throughout the world.
Rutherglen Rotary meetings are held at the local Golf Club and the meals are generally prepared by a range of community groups offering regular support to local groups. The meetings also provide a chance for organising and developing our diverse list of projects as well as an opportunity to enjoy a chat.
I am grateful for the opportunity to be a part of this friendly, motivated club and to be offered the privilege to lead our club and serve as president for the 2016/17 year. I encourage others to explore what Rotary can offer them and to embrace the Rotary motto of “Service above Self”.
Rotary Club of Rutherglen
Chartered 30th May, 1987