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Peninsula People – a caring community

Published: Wednesday 15th of June 2011


The Rotary Club of Frankston Sunrise has an outstanding tradition of providing both physical and financial support to a wide range of local and overseas charities. From working bees and garden building for special schools, to computers for local schools, to donations for natural disaster relief in Australia and around the world, through to supporting the fight against Malaria and Polio, the Club provides vital support in the true Rotary tradition.

The Club held its first meeting back in November 1990. In its 21st year, the club continues to thrive. Its current membership of 40 reflects a diverse group of guys in ages from 26 to 86 and a diverse spread of occupations and experience.


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