by admin on September 14, 2015

Join us for an exclusive pre-release of “Bridge Of Spies” starring Tom Hanks!

–  BRIDGE OF SPIES brings to life the remarkable story of one man who risked it all in an effort to save the world from the brink of destruction.

– BRIDGE OF SPIES is a thrilling untold story inspired by real events and real life hero James B Donovan.

  • Join us for this exclusive release BEFORE the official release to the public & help raise funds for Rotary’s “End Polio” campaign.
  • Tom Hanks stars in Steven Spielberg’s BRIDGE OF SPIES, which is the story of James Donovan, an attorney who finds himself thrust into the centre of the Cold War when the CIA sends him on the near-impossible mission to renegotiate the release of a captured American U-2 pilot.
  • Directed by multiple Academy Award winner Steven Spielberg, written by multiple Academy Award winners Joel and Ethan Coen and starring multiple Academy Award winner Tom Hanks, BRIDGE OF SPIES is a must see thrilled inspired by true historical events.

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Come join us and help Camden Rotary Club raise funds for the End Polio campaign.

 When: Wed. 21st Oct. 2015

 Time: 6:30pm

  Where: Narellan United Cinemas

 Cost: $20pp for standard seats, $25pp for Grand Recliner seats

 Book online: http://www.trybooking.com/JCEO (limited seats)

 Contact: info@camdenrotary.org.au







by Hamish Wilson on September 11, 2015

We read the stories, we hear the stereotypes, but do young men in the Australia really offer the community anything positive?

At the Top Blokes Foundation, they believe that we can all encourage young men to be assets, not liabilities to our country. TBF are a youth-led organisation that challenges and empowers over 1000 young men aged 14-24 each year to reach their personal best and make positive life choices through TBF’s mentoring, leadership and resilience programs. TBF are passionate about providing a positive platform for young men to develop personal qualities including integrity, character and respect for others while becoming positive role models to their peers.

Melissa - Founder and Managing DirectorMelissa Abu-Gazeleh founded the Top Blokes Foundation in 2006 and since then she has been instrumental in growing the foundation into the success it is today. She has a Bachelor of Communication and Media Studies and a Diploma in Community Services. Melissa has been named in Australia’s Top 100 Brightest Young Minds and in Australia’s Top 50 Young & Extraordinary. She is an Executive Director of the NSW Men’s Health Forum, Chairperson of the Port Kembla Youth Project and has presented at national and state based men’s health conferences. In her spare time, Melissa can be found body building at the gym or alternatively eating cheeseburgers (with the pickle).

If you’d like to learn more and hear Melissa speak, you are welcome to come along to our Rotary meeting, next Thursday, 17th September, 6:30pm at Camden Sports Club. You don’t need to be a Rotarian, but you need to let us know by 12 midday Thursday 17th Sept by emailing bookings@camdenrotary.org.au. Cost is just $22 and includes a 2 course meal.


by admin on August 7, 2015

With one of the largest hidden costs to business being poor communication, Kylie’s Key Note Messages and Signature Training Programs focus on assisting individuals, teams and businesses develop communication skills to
shift their relationships and businesses to a new level of understanding, cohesiveness and productivity.
Kylie’s focus is to assist you to shift from effective to intentional communication. To do this you need to first understand yourself and then commit to understanding others. It is here that you will be empowered, be able to use your strengths and the strengths of others around you to excel and enjoy your life, relationships and business.
Kylie professional background is in management and corporate training over the past 15 years. She has a double degree in Neuroscience and Psychology and is also a Rehabilitation Counsellor. Kylie became an expert in the area of managing psychological injury and stress in the workplace. She was hailed as the “go to girl” for difficult and angry clients. She loved making a tangible difference in the lives of her clients.
She left the corporate world to start her own enterprise in 2005. She consulted to business for a few years and then developed “Teamology” her Corporate Training Company that delivers a variety of training programs to teams and business. Kylie’s primary focus is on communication and how this affects leadership, team dynamics, relationships and productivity within a team.

If you like to learn more and hear Kylie speak, then you are welcome to come along to the our Rotary meeting, next Thursday, 13th August, 6pm @ Camden Sports Club. You don’t need to be a Rotarian, but you need to let us know by 12 middayThursday 13th Aug. by emailing bookings@camdenrotary.org.au . Cost is just $22 includes 2x course meal.



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July 10, 2015

Rotarians are known to help others, they do what ever they can to assist, its the nature of Rotarians. Recently, two of our members, Marina Mikulic, and Past President Aneek Mollah, having no prior experience, nor ever thrown a punch before, decided to don leather gloves, and jump in the boxing ring, to raise funds for […]

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October 3, 2014

Want to hear some interesting stories from Retail Industry entrepreneur? Want to get some insight from a Retail Giant? then look no further! Gerry Harvey of Harvey Norman will be speaking at Camden Rotary Club meeting on Thursday 6:30pm, October 23rd, at Belgenny Farm. Ticket costs only $70, and limited seats are available. Please contact: […]

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The Italian Food Project

July 28, 2014

Camden Rotarians recently gathered together at the Italian Food Project restaurant in Camden to enjoy a Christmas in July meal with a difference! The food was plenty, delicious, and filling! A great time was had by all as we enjoyed fellowship, networking and shared a lot of laughs. Santa didn’t make an appearance, but then […]

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July 24, 2014

Four years ago, Camden Rotary embarked on a youth recruitment project and twelve good young people joined the Club. Adam Mulley and Katrina Deaves were among them and have continued to attend meetings and were again in attendance last week. This is a success story. Katrina’s journey into the Rotary Club of Camden is itself […]

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Come Walk With Me

July 10, 2014

The 2014 Camden & District Rotary Relay For Life is now officially open! We have 34 teams already joining us! But we need you! and your friends! The theme for this year is “Come Walk With Me” …. So won’t you join us and & come walk with us in the hope of a cancer […]

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President Rick takes the reigns

July 3, 2014

Tonight we look forward to our newly inducted president taking the reigns over from immediate past president (IPP) Aneek Mollah. We understand the Prince of Bangladesh is going to spend his time sleeping and riding his bike! Hopefully NOT both at the same time 🙂 ….. In fine Camden Rotary tradition, Rick has been given […]

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And the WINNER is….

December 26, 2013

Congratulations to Bill Clifton from Newcastle, the winner of 2013 Camden Rotary’s Christmas Raffle. Bill has won a trailer jam packed with gifts and toys to a value of over $10,000. Bill’s ticket was drawn on Monday 4pm, Narellan Shopping centre in the presence of shoppers and Rotarians by Camden Council Deputy Mayor Penny Fischer. […]

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