President Paul Bateman OAM

(To be updated )

 A message from President Paul               


At our Club changeover Dinner on Friday, July 11th, the Rotary
International theme for 2014/15, 'Light up Rotary' was introduced. As
I enter my third year as President, I reflect on the achievements of
our club over the past two years. Although a small club but with an
enthusiastic membership, we take pride in the many projects with which
we are involved. We cover the Five Avenues of Service but there is a
strong focus on Community Service e.g. Blood Cord Delivery,
fundraising BBQs at the Bunning's store in Rockdale, the sponsorship
of students for a variety of Rotary Youth Programs and through
International Service with the provision of water filters in Thailand
and micro-credit projects in Nepal. We also acknowledge other Rotary
clubs and partners who assist us in many of our programs.

So, with the 'Light up Rotary' theme in mind, we will continue our
endeavours to light up the lives of those we assist with our diverse
range of projects and through our efforts, promote Rotary in general
and our club in particular, to the wider community.

I particularly wish to thank and express my appreciation to my fellow
Rotarians for their unfailing support and encouragement over the past
two years as President. Together, we look forward to another
productive and fulfilling year.

Paul Bateman.    OAM
President/ Youth Director
Rotary Club of Kogarah
Rotary International District 9675


Still President Paul 2016-17...


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Rotary Club of Kogarah meets every Monday for Dinner at the St.George Motor Boat Club .
Arrive 6:00pm  Start 6:30pm
End 8:00pm

Wellington St
SANS SOUCI NSW 2219 Australia


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