Meetings on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday 6.30 pm Ashmore Rotary Community Centre 133 Currumburra Rd Ashmore.
The President of the Rotary Club of Ashmore recently made a presentation of a Charcuterie  Board to Rotary Board members of our club. The Charcuterie Boards were kindly produced by the Burleigh Heads Mens Shed.
At present the Burleigh Heads Mens Shed are looking for new accommodation for their valuable club. Anyone who is able to assist the Mens shed should contact our club at info@ashmorerotary.org.
 
 
This is a photo of Parris Smith at the 2024 District Rotary Conference at Ballina. Parris is pictured with current President of our club Brian McAllan (left of Parris) and president Elect Robert Deshon.
Parris began her Rotary journey when Ashmore Rotary Club sponsored her to RYLA. Rotary Youth Leadership Awards is an intensive leadership experience organized by rotary clubs open to 18 to 30 year olds.
 
Another successful sausage sizzle was held at Bunnings Ashmore on Friday. On Friday the 26th of April 3 rosters of Ashmore Rotarians took on the challenge of a sausage sizzle for the Ashmore community at the entrance to Bunnings Ashmore Olsen Road.
President Brian would like to thank all those Rotarians who took part in the fundraiser. Money raised will go to Nerang High School, The Alzheimer's Christmas Luncheon and the Lynne Richardson Community Centre Molendinar. These are just a few groups we donate to.
 
 
 
Our new YEP student
Our new YEP student is Yelizabeta Navrotsky (Elize) from the Ukraine who is studying at Kyiv Gymnasium No 117. Elize has an interest in Literature and likes meeting new and different people.
Elize likes to paint and finds this very therapeutic and to get away from the problems associated with the full-scale invasion of her country by Russia in February 2022.
Elize is looking forward to practicing another language and immersing herself in Aussie culture and hopes to become a doctor after planning to go to University.
Elize comes from a family of 5, Mum and Dad and a younger brother and sister. Ashmore and Coomera River Rotary clubs are hosting and sponsoring Elize for 6 months each. 
All-Rounder Award
On Wednesday night the 8th of November an All-Rounder Award of a medallion and a bursary of $200 was presented to Wailer Whaiapu a Year 12 student from Keebra Park High School. Wailer exemplified effort in the following areas:
1. Academic achievement
2. Sport achievement
3. Cultural achievement
4. Moral achievement
This student exemplifies what the school encourages in behaviour, co-operation and attendance.
The Rotary Club of Ashmore is proud to be a sponsor of this award.
 
Update to Cambodian Project
NEW SKILLS – THANKS ROTARY
Six villagers from Tapour Village (Cambodia) have been trained to build Washroom Toilets.
Tapour is the village where we will soon start building Washroom Toilets and as part of our implementation plan, we needed to train six villagers in the correct construction methodology.
 The villages travel to Siem Reap where they were accommodated during training. They travelled daily to their project sister village of Kok Beng for the training. Training was delivered by the Kok Beng team under the guidance of Darrel Steer (fellow Rotarian “Dunny Darrel”).
As well as training the team was fitted out with safety gear.
The training was funded by one of our Rotary partners – Rotary Club of Upper Northern Beaches (Sydney).
President Brad and wife Helen at 2023 District Conference at Yamba 2023
Rotarian Rob at 2023 District Conference at Yamba 2023
Inspirational speaker Ginny from Kingscliffe Rotary Club who spoke on a film project of Building Relationships for secondary students.

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Ashmore Rotary assists NSW flood recovery
AThis is the POD that our Rotary Club has contributed $10000.00 towards in the Northern Rivers of NSW. Cheree was badly affected by the floods in West Ballina with one metre of flood water flowing through her house. We hope that she will be able to re-establish her child care centre and move forward with her life. Thanks to Col Lee from the Rotary Club of Ballina on Richmond for his co-ordination. text at the left side and floating image on the right side.dd text here
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