After the changeover at the end of June 2020, Scott Kable is now the President of the Rotary Club of Orange for 2020-21.
The Rotary Club of Orange is part of a worldwide organisation of more than 1.2 million men and women who put the ideal of service into action. It currently has 46 members. Rotarians are pledged to maintain high ethical standards in their daily lives and to serve their own communities as they advance international understanding and peace.
Orange is a provincial town located in New South Wales and currently has a population of around 40,000. It is 250 km west of Sydney and sits at an elevation of 850 m above sea level.
The club meets weekly on Monday nights at 6.00pm at the Ambassador Motel for fellowship and interesting and informative programs dealing with topics of local and global importance. Membership is by invitation and reflects a wide cross-section of the community. Visitors and potential new members, women or men, are most welcome. Visiting Rotarians, please ring Rotarian Maggie Steventon (0410 079 654) by 12 noon on the Friday prior to the visit.
The Rotary Club of Orange, through its projects, supports local community organisations and charities, including youth leadership and advancement programs, health services, local history and heritage.
It participates in a variety of humanitarian educational and cultural exchange programs that touch people’s lives in their local communities and the international community.
Through the Rotary Foundation it supports humanitarian work in countries throughout the globe, including the PolioPlus Program which aims to eradicate polio entirely.
To find out more about the work of Rotary in Orange, and how you might like to be involved, check out our new brochure.