Next Meeting at Mounties
will be on
Tuesday 7 June 2022
Meet in the Bistro at 6pm for a meal.
Meeting will be in the Elizabeth Room starting at 7pm Sharp 
Meeting 31 May 2022

After some initial confusion caused by the temporary closure of the Bistro,and Bar as well as refurbishment of toilets we commenced a very reduced meeting as winter struck with apologies from Pranesh Ram, Joe Cauchi, Tissa Perera, Peter Beadle, Rinna Ly, Allan Hall, Geoff Gibbs, Russell Seodjadi, Roger Mendis,  Sam Capra and Jock Cimino.


President Ted Mlynarz welcomed visiting Rotarian, Victor Fenech and reported that Roger Mendis, Joe Cauchi and John Cauchi have sought extended leave of absences from the Club and we will not be seeing them over the coming months. He also advised that Lou Madormo has resigned from the Club.


ADG John Pillay reported that the contents of the container we sent to Fiji to provided assistance for villages near Labasa had finally be distributed.


President Elect advised that with Roger Mendis taking an extended leave of absence he approached Charlie Hili to take on the Vocational Service Directorship for 2022/3 – which he has accepted.


Victor Fenech, who is also responsible for co-ordinating the Salvation Army’s Red Shield Appeal in the Liverpool Area came to thank our Club for the support we provided at All Saints Senior High School. We provided a sausage sizzle and drink to all the students who volunteered. Unfortunately, Victor arrived to late to get his as we had finished, cleaned up and left before he arrived.




Victor also spoke about the Rotary Club of Liverpool Greenway's Black Tie Fund Raiser that a number of our members are attending on Friday, 24 June 2022.

For the past three years a group of Rotarians and Rotaractors have been working on a pilot project to consider how we can enhance Rotary and Rotaract and ensure we remain relevant for the future while also addressing some of the challenges we have been facing for a while.

In February 2022, the Rotary International (RI) Board gave its approval in principle to proceed with the pilot, subject to approval by clubs.  A second green light was the Council on Legislation approval for changes of governance in April 2022.  We are now one of just two regional pilots in the Rotary world looking to explore, develop and test new ways of operating. 

What are we seeking to achieve through regionalisation?  We want to ensure the best support possible to Rotary clubs and Rotaract clubs. Through a less layered and more devolved contemporary approach members can continue to do what they do best – projects and connections/fellowship.  We aim to reduce duplication and streamline processes, encourage even broader and more collaboration in areas such as public image, marketing Rotary, partnering with business, government and service partners, and make leadership roles more attractive and doable.

To do this, we envisage a Regional Council for Zone 8 and Rotary Australia and Rotary New Zealand (Oceania) bodies to be formed.  An Interim Regional Council with limited roles will likely start on 1 July 2023, with a final model in place by 1 July 2026. Monitoring and evaluating how the changes are delivering benefit are an important part of the project. We don’t know yet exactly what the final model will look like and you will have your chance to have a say.

It is important that you, our fellow Rotarians, are consulted throughout this process. In fact, the project cannot proceed without the support of members and clubs.

The third green light needed to proceed is support of Rotary clubs and Rotaract clubs, a condition of the RI Board’s approval.  Support of clubs will be shown through a vote, which will happen in September 2022, with a vote first of clubs then of districts. 

From mid-June right through to August, every club and member will have the chance to hear about what is proposed, to have their say and to ask questions. Each district has a District Regionalisation Representative who is coordinating the briefing of clubs. 

Being a pilot gives us the chance to shape our own Rotary and Rotaract futures. 

If you would like to  find out more there is information available on the dedicated website,  along with the opportunity to “Have your Say” and “Subscribe” to updates.  There will also be opportunities to volunteer and get involved in work groups.

Membership Fees for 2022/3 are unchanged from last year and will be $225.00 per annum ($230.00 if paid by Card). The fees will become due on 1 July 2022 and be payable no later than 31 August 2022. Notices and Tax Invoices will be sent to all members during June.

50th Anniversary and Change Over Dinner
We are holding a celebration dinner to celebrate the Club's 50th Anniversary in conjunction with the Board Change Over. This will  be a great opportunity to introduce potential members to our Club.
Numbers are strictly limited so make your booking as soon as possible.
Venue: Elizabeth Room, Mounties Community Club,
101 Meadows Road,
Date: Saturday, 2nd July 2022
Time: 6.30 for 7.00pm
Three course meal, including drinks(draft beers, house wines and soft drinks).
Cost $50 per head for Members and partner, $60 per head for others
Dress: Smart Casual
RSVP by 21st June 2022
Shiva Nandan:
Jim Rudling:
Payments can be made
By Direct Deposit to Rotary Club of Liverpool West General Account
BSB 112 879 Account 426 052 676 (Your name as the reference);
at Club Meetings or on the night - if paying by card a 2% surcharge will be added.


DISTRICT CHANGE- OVER is planned for 12noon Sunday 26th June at the Strathfield Golf Club. Bookings open soon at a subsidised $45/head

District Governor Elect Janice Hall invites all Rotarians in our District to attend her conference on Friday 4th & Saturday 5th November 2022 at The William Inglis Hotel 
Please consider and Book Now
To register for our District Conference on 4th & 5th November 2022 please click here:
              2022 ZONE 8 ROTARY & ROTARACT

Early bird tickets are now available for all Rotaractors and Rotarians in Australia, New Zealand and across the Pacific to attend the Zone 8 Better Together Conference in Canberra from October 28-30.

The conference will be held at the National Convention Centre Canberra and the Saturday night dinner at Old Parliament House.

The conference is set to be the first in-person zone event since the COVID-19 pandemic and is shaping up to be a celebration of all the best our Rotary family has to offer. This includes a range of excellent speakers and sessions across the weekend.

Australian Army Major Alex Rubin was deployed as part of the Australian contingent to rescue the Wild Boar soccer team in Thailand and will headline the conference. Major Rubin was also involved in the Northern NSW flood recovery effort and will no doubt captivate the audience.

Another keynote speaker will be New Zealander Suran Dickson, founder of Diversity Role Models, a charity that tackles gender and sexuality related bullying by encouraging empathy and critical thinking in young people.

In addition to tickets going on sale, booth registrations have also opened for the Rotary Showcase and the conference team are also taking expressions of interest in hosting a breakout session over the weekend.

The conference organising team are aware that COVID-19 is still in the community, but are confident everything is being done to ensure a fantastic time in Canberra for everyone.

Governor Elect and Governor Nominee training will take place immediately ahead of the conference from 25-27 October also at the National Convention Centre Canberra.

To purchase tickets, register for a Showcase booth, complete a breakout session expression of interest form or find out more about Canberra head to today!

 Sunday 5 June 2022
Every member is on the Roster.
If you are rostered to work and for any reason you are unable to attend it is your responsibility to arrange for someone to replace you and work your shift.
Members who are rostered on will receive an email reminder the week before.
Tickets are $2 each or 3 tickets for $5, 8 tickets for $10, 20 tickets for $20.
We have a good selection in wines for the major prizes and some other fun prizes.
Members Raffle Jackpot is
Financial members are eligible for this Cash Jackpot if they win both 1st and 2nd Prize in the Raffle on the night of the draw.
Cross Roads, Casula
7:30 am to 4:30pm
Tuesday, 7 June
M-Brasserie @ Mounties
Meeting in Elizabeth Room
Dinner from 6 pm
Meeting starts at 7 pm
Tuesday, 14 June
Liverpool Genealogical Society
M-Brasserie @ Mounties
Meeting in Elizabeth Room
Dinner from 6 pm
Meeting starts at 7 pm
Tuesday, 21 June
This is my story - Lakhena Prak
M-Brasserie @ Mounties
Meeting in Elizabeth Room
Dinner from 6 pm
Meeting starts at 7 pm
Friday, 24 June
Liverpool Greenway Black Tie Ball
Novella on the Park
6:30 pm to late
Sunday,26 June
District Change-Over $45 per head
Strathfield Golf Club
12 Noon
Tuesday, 28 June
M-Brasserie @ Mounties
Meeting in Elizabeth Room
Dinner from 6 pm
Meeting starts at 7 pm
Saturday, 2 July
50th Anniversary and Change Over
Elizabeth Room
6:30pm for 7pm
Sunday, 3 July
Cross Roads, Casula
7:30 am to 4:30pm
Tuesday, 5 July
Tuesday, 12 July
M-Brasserie @ Mounties
Meeting in Elizabeth Room
Dinner from 6 pm
Meeting starts at 7 pm
Friday, 14 July
Christmas in July Dinner
Casula Power House
6:30pm for 7pm
Tuesday, 19 July
M-Brasserie @ Mounties
Meeting in Elizabeth Room
Dinner from 6 pm
Meeting starts at 7 pm
Sunday, 7 August
Cross Roads, Casula
7:30 am to 4:30pm
Tuesday, 16 August
Proposed Fund Raising Dinner
Macquarie Function Centre
Sunday, 4 September
Cross Roads, Casula
7:30 am to 4:30pm
Sunday. 2 October
Cross Roads, Casula
7:30 am to 4:30pm
Tuesday, 18 October
6:30 for 7 pm
Sunday, 6 November
Cross Roads, Casula
7:30 am to 4:30pm
Friday 11 November to Sunday 13 November
Flood Recovery  Woodburn, NSW Community BBQ etc
Friday 2 December to Sunday, 4 December
Bonnyrigg Sports Club, Elizabeth Drive, Bonnyrigg
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Rinna Ly
June 1
John Pillay
June 3
Tissa Perera
June 3
Hien Tran
June 25
Spouse Birthdays
Cheryle Alexander
June 3
Ha Trang Dang
June 16
Rose Nandan
June 25
Thuy Nguyen
July 7
Lee Ly
July 26
Maxwell Bunter
Grazia Bunter
June 15
Hien Tran
Tanya Tran
July 16
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Club Information
Liverpool West
Tuesdays at 6:00 PM
Elizabeth Room or Conference Room
247 Humphreys Road
Mount Pritchard, NSW 2171
We meet for Dinner in "M-Brasserie" on Level 1, from 6 pm then move into the Meeting Room for a 7 pm (sharp) start.
District Site
Venue Map
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Rotary Club of Liverpool West Inc.  
PO Box 251, Liverpool BC, NSW, 1871
ABN: 92 398 146 693: CFN 13145