President Robert Mackey


The Rotary Club of The Hills-Kellyville


We are celebrating the conclusion of  President Robert Mackey’s year and


Welcoming President Elect Fran Broadbent for her year at our


Friday 22 June 2018

6.30pm for 7.00pm

At Northmead Bowling Club

166 Windsor Road, Northmead

Members, Past members, spouses, family and friends are welcome

Cost $50.00 pp (Drinks at Bar)

Payment can be made on the night or to BSB 032376 Account No. 267738.

RSVP 11 June 2018 John van den Burg or M: 0419 621 314

ยป Club Details

Rotary Club of The Hills - Kellyville meets every Monday for Dinner at the Castle Hill Tavern.
Arrive 6:30 pm  Start 6:45 pm
End 8:45 pm

Victoria Ave
Castle Hill NSW 2154 Australia


Club of The Hills - Kellyville Banner
June 2018

The Rotary Club of The Hills-Kellyville

The Rotary Club of The Hills-Kellyville  is an active and enthusiastic Club which was formed from the amalgamation of the Rotary Clubs of Baulkham Hills, Kellyville (2009) and Winston Hills (2015).

Our Club is involved in many activities at both a local and international level covering aspects such as community service, international service, vocational service and youth. 

 Some of our current and recent projects are The Sydney Hills Garden Competition, Jazz at the Pines , Christmas Tree Sales, Writing Competition for local schools, Australia Day ceremony,  sponsorship of the Bourke Public School breakfast programme,  a hands on project in Vanuatu building a classroom, Youth Exchange students, Rotary Youth Leadership, numerous partnership projects in India and Sri Lanka and supporting local causes such as North West Disability Services and the Children’s Hospital at Westmead.

Of course while our projects do provide good fellowship as well as good service we also also like to have fun and fellowship at our social events.

  If you would like to give something back to the community and enjoy fellowship and fun with like minded individuals you are always welcome at one of our meetings.

 Contact   Membership Director Fran Broadbent on 0402 606 064  or Secretary Wilf van Emmerik on 0428  477 000 or

Pride of Workmanship and Community Service

Awards Presentation Night

Our Awards Night  on the 7th May was well attended by families, friends, employers, local State Members of Parliament and our local Mayor as well District 9685 representatives.


 A group photo taken after the award ceremony of the awardees with President Robert Mackey, and Rotarians Ray Campbell and Joan van den Burg.

   In their address our two Guest Speakers,the Hon David Elliott, Minister for Corrections and Minister for Veteran’s Affairs and Doctor Michelle Byrne, Mayor of The Hill Shire Council not only recognised our Awardees but clearly demonstrated how the Rotary Club of The Hills-Kellyville works with both Council and State to support and enhance our community.

 The night was well received by all and the attendance of our dignitaries certainly made the Awardees feel valued and special.

It was a great opportunity for employee/employer relationships, pride in achievement, recognition of service and a great showcase for our Rotary Club and Rotary in general,

Thank you to Ray Campbell and his team for organising the night and our thanks to State Member for Baulkham Hills David Elliott, State Member for Seven Hills Mark Taylor, Mayor of The Hills Shire Dr Michelle Byrne, District Governor Peter Ward, District Vocational Chair Bobby Redman and Assistant Governor Robert Bredin for attending the night.

 This Rotary Year we had two criteria for the awards, Community Service and Pride of Workmanship and our club was delighted to present the well-deserved Awards to the following recipients.

 The Pride of Workmanship Awardees

Michael Were - Manager at Open Heart International.

Vicky Harvey - Teacher at Our Lady of The Rosary Primary School, Kellyville.

 Sharon Russell - Customer Care Officer at Stockland Mall, Baulkham Hills,

 Anthony Day Carpenter - Armack Building Services

 Community Service Awardees

Peter Peterson - Assistance to Rotary & Scouting

Patrick Bowie - Assistance to Aged Care & Disability Services

Ovini Sellarperuma - Assistance to Rotary and the disadvantaged.

Our congratulations and thanks to the awardees for what they have done for their employers and for the community. 




Research Grant for FoxG1 Foundation

Fox G1 is a rare genetic disorder affecting children in which one critical gene (FoxG1) does not develop properly and has a mutation. As this gene affects brain development it causes significant problems for the children affected such as not being able to walk, talk or sit up. The aim of the research is to find out if this condition can be corrected using  some of the newer gene editing techniques.

 FOXG1 Scholarship - Our club is sponsoring a research scholarship to find a cure for FOXG1 through an Australian Rotary Health PhD scholarship in partnership with International FOXG1 Foundation.