The Rotary Club of Stirling
For more than 48 years, the Rotary Club of Stirling has served the local community and supported youth and community groups and those in need, throughout the district, Australia and overseas.
Rotary members have contributed more than $2.1 billion and countless volunteer hours to protect nearly 3 billion children in 122 countries from Polio, a paralyzing disease. Australian Rotary Health provides funding into four focus areas; General Health, Mental Health Research and in Indigenous and Rural Medicine and Nursing Scholarships. With more than 113 million people around the world displaced by natural disasters and conflict, Shelterbox, a Rotary initiative is providing emergency shelter and tools for families in despair.
We are proud to be a part of this incredible organisation which remains the oldest and largest service network in the world.
The Hills Small Acreage Field Days are a community initiative of the Rotary Club of Stirling. It was established to support residents of the Hills, local retailers and service providers recovering from the economic consequences of bushfires and COVID. There is much to appreciate about living in the Hills but also much to learn about how best to live sustainably and safely.
Greg Russell, Nic Kentish, Michelle Lesiw, Ron Malcolm, Malcolm Horton, Andrew Cass, David Hogan, John Norris, Dan Edmonds, and Pauline Annear.