Newsletter for 7/10/15

People of Earth, 

What a whirlwind few weeks we've had. Since last we spoke some of us: sleptout under the Harbour Bridge, helped out at Rosalie House, and took a trip down to the scenic Southern Highlands. 

For a change I don't actually have that much to tell you this update. We've kicked a lot of butt lately and frankly I am proud of us.

You can stay tuned to breaking news in our Facebook group and as always on our Website and Facebook Page

Upcoming Events

Australian Rotaract Conference 2015 - 09/10/2015

The Australian Rotaract Conference is in its 5th year and is sure to be bigger & better than it has ever been! 

Join Sydney City Rotaractors in Hobart along with 150 other Rotaractors from our Australia and internationally. Check out for details on key note speakers, social activities and more...

Click here for more information.

Trivia Through Time - 14/10/2015

 Step back in time on Wednesday October 14 at 99 on York for an 80's, 90's and Now themed Trivia Night.

Dress up in your best 80s or 90s gear and bring your friends along for a night of nostalgia!Prizes will be given to the winners on the night with more opportunities to score big through our games, raffles, lucky door and a best dressed competition! 

Light snacks will be provided, and there will be a small bar tab for those who arrive early. 

All profits will be donated to End Polio Now. Click here for more information and to buy your ticket

Graffiti Removal Day - 18/10/2015

Graffiti Removal Day is coming up on Sunday 18 October. Keep the day free to volunteer on the day, nominate sites that you know need cleaning up at and help us promote the event by encouraging your friends to volunteer as well! Find out more and follow the updates on the Rotaract District 9675 Facebook Page

Want to plan an event or have a cause you'd like us to support? Why not send an email to one of our portfolio directors?

Final Thoughts: 

If you're one to make decisions at the last minute, like your gallant editor, I strongly suggest making a last minute booking for the Australian Rotaract Conference. It is some of the most fun I have ever had as a Rotaractor. Ever. 

Fun fact: the author of  Fight Club came up with the foundation of the novel after being beaten up on a camping trip when he complained to nearby campers about the noise of their radio. When he returned to work, nobody would acknowledge his injuries instead asking things like "How was your weekend?" <source

Well that's it from me. Don't forget that our next meeting is on Wednesday, the 14th of October, at the Tresscox Lawyers Offices, starting 6.30pm.

For more information, including a map and a full agenda, please visit:

Until next time, 

Editor in Chief,
Aidan Simmons