Wallumetta
​Rotary Club of North Ryde
District 9685

Welcome to the North Ryde Rotary Club!

We meet every 1st, 2nd & 3rd Friday of the month 7:30-8:30AM
at Dunmore Lang College, 130-134 Herring Road,
North Ryde, NSW  2113
Australia
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What has our Club been doing?

North Ryde Rotary and the North Ryde Fun Run

The North Ryde Fun Run for Youth Mental Health is a community event organised by the Rotary Club of North Ryde, with venue partner Macquarie University and local community groups. 

In its third year of operation, the 2016 Fun Run will be an optional "Dress Up" event and is on Sunday 28th August from 9am to 2pm at the Macquarie University Sport Fields, corner of Culloden and Talavera Roads, Macquarie Park.

The proceeds raised at the Fun Run go to fund research into youth mental health through the Australian Rotary Health organisation and to treatment programs through the Centre for Emotional Health.
Check out the details on their website: northrydefunrun.com.au

 

 
 
Pride of Workmanship award winner , Julie Hill from Royal Rehabilitation Centre with Jim Towers, Craig Wearne, Roseanna Gallo, David Martin and Brian Powell and Martina Fox.
Julie was nominated by Stephen Lowndes the CEO of Royal Rehabilitation Centre and Roseanna Gallo from the Rotary Club of Macquarie Park.
 
 
 
 
 
Community Service awardee, Simon Crespiny
 
 
Pride of Workmanship awardee Craig Redfern from Ryde Council with Sam Capelli David Martin and Brian Powell. Craig was nominated by Sam Capelli.
 
 
The outgoing President of Rotary Club of North Ryde 2015-16 David Martin and wife Gwen.
 
A number of special guests were presented with cheques at the Changeover Dinner from the Rotary Club of North Ryde. Club President David Martin and District 9685 Governor Gina Growden.  
tThe recipients were:
 
New Horizons, North Ryde Communitry Aid, The Smith Family and St Michael's Mission. 
 
 
Helen Crouch from North Ryde Community Aid 
 
 
Ben Watkinson from the Smith Family
 
Judi Higgins and representatives from New Horizons
 
 
Dunmore Lang College Scholarship recipient Abbey Bertrams and Liz Allen, Dean of Students.
 
 

 
 
On Friday 19 November, Club President David Martin and Projects Director Maggie Alexander presented Terry Davies, Corporate Manager at Australian Rotary Health (AHR), with a cheque for $9000, taking the total donation from the 2015 North Ryde Fun Run to $12050.
 
Terry was delighted to receive our contribution and outlined the work of AHR in supporting mental health research in Australia (read a full list of AHR research grants). 
 
He specifically talked about the research conducted by Dr Lauren McLellan into youth anxiety and depression and the Cool Kids Program, which currently receives funding from ARH - more information.
 
 
 

 
 
 
 Did you know for a once-off payment of $100 you can become a Friend of Australian Rotary Health for life?
As the end of the year draws near does your club want to honour someone who has made a special contribution? Are you looking for a gift for someone who has everything? Make them a Friend of Australian Rotary Health and in so doing support medical research in Australia. It is as simple as phoning 8837 1900.
 

 
 
The 2015 North Ryde Fun proceeds of $16,695 are being distributed to research and treatment programs for youth mental health and other worthy Rotary Projects.
 
This year, Project Director Maggie Alexander, presented $2500 to the Macquarie University Centre for Emotional Health to fund 5 free places on their Cool Kids Program. Centre Director,
 
Prof. Jennifer Hudson, accepted the donation on behalf of the Centre, thanking the Club and saying that it will directly help young people overcome anxiety and depression.
 
 

 
 
Club Executives & Directors
President
Secretary
Treasurer
Membership
Immediate Past President
Rotary Foundation
Community Service
International Service
Fund Raising
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Conference
Public Officer
 
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