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Rotary Club of Rochester
Rotary Club of Rochester
Rotary Club of Rochester Rochester VIC, Australia
Community Chat and Breakfast at the Rochester

Dear members of the local community,

The Community Chat Breakfast is basically a chat and networking session whilst having breakfast. A guest speaker is invited to speak for about 10 - 15 minutes, with 5 minute question time. Then, those present have the opportunity to speak about their project / activity/ workplace for about 2 minutes. In that time, much information can be disseminated regarding Rochester and district. The aim is for the meeting to be finished by 8:55am to allow people time to get to work.

The feedback from the first 5 meetings has been very positive and exciting. The Rotary Club of Rochester is the facilitator of the meeting and Rotary business is not discussed.

The Club members would love for you to consider attending the ‘Community Chat’ breakfast for fellowship and sharing of ideas for the community to move forward.

  • The next ‘Community Chat’ breakfast is Thursday 20th May for an 8am sharp start.
  • If you could arrive about 7:50 to give everyone time to find a seat and chat, please.
  • The guest speaker will be Glenda Nichol, President Rochester Business
  • Network (RBN) Glenda will speak about the work of the RBN for the Rochester community.


To give the Rochester Hotel an idea of numbers, if you would phone or message

Heather m: 0439 842 177 or email ghwatson1@bigpond.com

It is also OK to arrive without having sent a reply. Everyone is most welcome.

Please feel free to ask a friend to come with you.

The Hotel Rochester serves a good breakfast and good coffee!

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Come along to our Community Chat Breakfast at the Hotel Rochester

Dear members of the local community,

The Community Chat Breakfast is basically a chat and networking session whilst having breakfast. A guest speaker is invited to speak for about 10 - 15 minutes, with 5 minute question time. Then, those present have the opportunity to speak about their project / activity / workplace for about 2 minutes. In that time, much information can be disseminated regarding Rochester and district. The aim is for the meeting to be finished by 8:55am to allow people time to get to work.

The next ‘Community Chat’ breakfast is Thursday 15th April for an 8am sharp start.

If you could arrive about 7:50 to give everyone time to find a seat and chat, please.

The guest speaker will be Karen Laing, CEO REDHS,

Karen will speak about REDHS connecting with the Community

To give the Rochester Hotel an idea of numbers, if you would phone or message

Heather m: 0439 842 177 or email ghwatson1@bigpond.com

It is also OK to arrive without having sent a reply. Everyone is most welcome. 

Please feel free to ask a friend to come with you. 

The Hotel Rochester serves a good breakfast and good coffee. 

Regards,

Heather

Heather Watson

President Rotary Club of Rochester

 Community Chat Breakfast Event Information

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From little things, big things grow.

A very big thank you to Majors IGA Rochester for their donation of $500 to the Rochester Community Garden. 

The planning committee is finally underway and you will see things happening very soon now!

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Photos from the Rochester Mural Festival

What a spectacular event this was! 

The Rochester Mural Festival is held annually in February/March and they partner with the mural festivals in Sheffield, Tasmania and Jamestown, SA.

After no events for such a long time, a great time was had by all. 

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