Our club was chartered on May 17th 1939 by the Rotary Club of Albury and we are the second oldest club in Rotary District 9790.
We currently have 24 members and are actively working in promoting Polio Plus, which is aimed at eradicating polio world wide. We also support local community projects including school bursaries, adopt a highway cleanup program, exchange students and many more.
In 2014 we took over the about to be defunct Federation Festival Committee and started to reinvigorate the monthly market, B&S Ball and 2016 we introduced Federation Dinner and Tim Fischer Oration to be held on the Friday of the Australia Day weekend. In 2016 we also re-booted the Federation Parade and co-ordinated the community funding of the New Year's Eve fireworks
Our current board is:
President 2019-2020: Rotarian Paul Miegel
Vice President: Rotarian Bill Bott
Secretary: Rotarian Margret Brown
Treasurer: Rotarian David Potts
President Elect 2020-21: Rotarian Norman O’Flaherty
Membership: Rotarian Deb Rowe
Foundation: Rotarian Neil Davis
Service Projects: Rotarian Norm O"Flaherty
Public Relations: Rotarian Stephen Apps
Federation Festival Director: Gary Poidevin
Federation Markets Director: Graeme Campbell
We meet every Wednesday at 6:30 pm for fellowship and dinner at 7:00 pm, at the Corowa RSL Club, 30 Betterment Pde, Corowa; venue phone no. 02 6030 5000.
Below is a list of our members, who would be more than glad to answer any questions you may have about the Rotary Club of Corowa and Rotary in general.
|Stephen Apps||Neil Davis||Paul Miegel||Howard Scheetz|
|Bill Bott, AM||Sam Dempster||Jeff Nixon||David Talbot|
|Ian Brooks||Rosemary Ferguson||Norm O'Flaherty||Ray Terrill|
|Graham Brown||Arthur Francis||Gary Poidevin OAM||Alan Wilson|
|Margaret Brown||Dr. Ayon Guha||David Potts|
|Graeme Campbell||Ian Kerr||Robyn Rhodes|
|Wally Cann||Meredith Miegel||Deborah Rowe|
The Rotary Club of Corowa has started a Friends of Rotary group, this is for people who wish to be involved in community projects, but don't think they have the time to commit to full membership in Rotary.
The group also allows people to have a look at how we work and what we do.
If you are interested to know more about Friends of Rotary please download the document below.
The map below provides directions to our RSL meeting venue.
History of the Club
To find out more about our long and distinguished history please click on the icon above
To find out more about Rotary International please click on the icon above
Click on the icon above to find out more about those members who have served the Club and District
It's Not All Work
Click on the icon above to see Rotarians having fun together, at things like wine bottling and Christmas parties.