Rotary Club of Kenthurst

Model United Nations Assembly

The Rotary Club of Kenthurst sponsored students from Hills Grammar School at MUNA this year.  Model United Nations Assembly is a project organised and sponsored by Rotary Clubs to build international understanding and promote goodwill for world peace.

Christa, Alex, Anshita and Satvik presented their experience to our club members at a recent meeting.  The students represented Jordan and India during the two-day event. It was evident that they valued the opportunity and enjoyed the event.

Our members remarked afterwards how wonderful it is to see such vibrant and enthusiastic members of the upcoming generation.

Newest Rotarian

Congratulations to our newest Kenthurst Rotarian, Dawn Chang. Dawn is passionate about helping people and has no problem working on projects and getting her hands dirty. Welcome to our Rotary family.

The Hills Winter Sleepout

The Hills Winter Sleepout was held at Bella Vista Farm on Saturday 5th August.  The Rotary Club of Kenthurst registered a team.  Although the weather was bleak, the spirits of the team was high as they braved the elements for a good cause.  Currently, the team is coming in 4th place in the teams’ standings and 1st place for Rotary Clubs, raising $3,280 to date.  Donations are still coming in until end August. 

Windeward Bound Adventure

The Windeward Bound Trust and Rotary organise youth development adventures on a Tall Ship.  Kenthurst teenager, Megan Thomas was jointly sponsored by Rotary Club of Kenthurst and Kenthurst Literary Institute to participate in this once in a lifetime adventure.

Megan sailed onboard the Tall Ship, Windeward Bound from Sydney to Brisbane.  The 9 day journey was full of valuable lessons and opportunities.  Megan gave a presentation of her experience at sea.  It was evident that she truly enjoyed the adventure.

Kenthurst Transitional Housing Project

After months of fundraising and hard work, an unused house has been transformed into housing for women over 55, giving them a chance to rebuild their lives and get back on track.  Supported by Kenthurst Rotary Club and the Hills Community Aid’s DV support project, work on the project is almost complete and the house is set to be handed over mid-August.  Congratulations to all involved for making this venture come to fruition.

Kenthurst Community Fair

After Covid and drenching rain last year the KENTHURST FAMILY FAIR as part of Orange Blossom Festival is BACK!!!

Kenthurst Rotary is again co-ordinating the fair and invites all to join with the community in celebrating the arrival of Spring.

There will be a parade, food and market stalls, petting zoo, face painting, rides and entertainment from local community groups.



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