Club Information
Welcome to our Rotary Club

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 7:00 PM
Alexandra Golf Club
Gordon st
First, third and fifth Wednesday 6.30pm for 7.00pm Apologies/Guests 0417 390 266 email John Monteath : BY TUESDAY 12
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The Rotary Club of Alexandra is interested in hearing from any community group willing to cater for our club meetings on the first and third Wednesday of each month.  For further information contact Lynda Robinson after hour on 0423366015.
Australia Day
A little wet but wonderful.
Lions provided a cooked breakfast, the Alexandra Brass Band the music and Rotary the cereal, juice and coffee. The kids got freddo frogs with a few running in the rain. A special thanks to Andrew Embling without whom many of these events would not continue smoothly. 
Congratulations to Elise Anderson of Alexandra who are was awarded Murrindindi Citizen. Elise has demonstrated an extraordinary passion and commitment to helping the Alexandra community and I’m in total admiration of all that she has achieved since moving to our Shire a few years ago. With a passion for the environment, permaculture and advocating for action on climate change, Elise is involved in many community groups, committees and organisations and regularly volunteers her time to educate the community and host events. Elise’s energy and dedication is inspiring.
The Rotary Club of Alexandra had lunch at the RSLtaking part in the national celebration of the 100 Years of Rotary in Australia and New Zealand. Thanks to Nonna Gina’s for catering this event and Ron Pearson for being the RSL barman.
People Reached
Paul Harris Recognition awarded to Joe and Pamela Talia
Rotarian Noel first approached Joe and Pamela in the second half of 2017 with the idea of holding a free concert in Rotary Park, with the understanding that this would only happen with the backing of our Rotary Club.  They were both immediately interested and very supportive of the idea and how could they help.  Both were very keen to support local musicians and give them a chance of performing to a crowd for experience.  Their enthusiasm, knowledge and help is what made Music in the Park possible.  They took on the job of sourcing the musicians and liaising with them, creating our poster and keeping the musicians on time on the night of the concert.  Joe also made available his own sound equipment and put it all together for the first concert, a huge effort.  
The concert this year, although down in numbers due to timing with covid interruptions, still succeeded due to Joe and Pamela giving us so much of their time.  As we all know they were unable to be at this year’s concert due to Joe’s ill health, but they still had everything well organised and even arranged for their daughter Mel to be there on the night to manage the musicians.  
They are both so keen to inspire budding musicians and we also thank them for setting us on the right path to be able to manage future concerts.

Upcoming Events
Club Board
President Elect
Community Service
Vocational Services
Vocational Services
International Service
Immediate Past President
Public Relations/publicity
The Rotary Foundation
Executive Secretary/Director
New Generations
show liaison
Music in the Park
Public Officer, Historian & Bylaws
Property loans
fire emergency committee
Bowel Scan