Speaker Date Topic
Official Visit of DG (Zoom12.30pm) Aug 03, 2020
Future Plans for the 2020-21 year, both District and Club plans.
Powerhouse Museum (Zoom 7.30pm) Aug 10, 2020 7:30 PM
Apollo 11 Exhibition and the Museums space collection

Join Powerhouse Volunteers; Mike Leslie and Gail Luthy, for a virtual exploration of the Apollo 11 Exhibition. Named after the spaceflight that was the first to land astronauts on the Moon’s surface in 1969, this talk explores this defining moment in history, its lasting impact on science, society and design, and the crucial role Australia played in transmitting the famous footage.

Noel Phelan, Guide, Maritime Museum (Zoom12.30pm) Aug 17, 2020 12:30 PM
‘The Sinking and Salvage of Costa Concordia’

Noel Phelan's first career was as a science and mathematics teacher. He then moved into IT with IBM where he spent 25 years in various technical and management positions.  He has been a volunteer guide at the Maritime Museum for several years and enjoys showing visitors over HMAS Vampire, HMAS Advance, HMAS Onslow and First Lady. Noel is also the team leader for the museum speakers.

The Costa Concordia sank on the 13th January 2012 one hundred years after the TITANIC sank and in similar circumstances. The ship had 3,229 passengers and a crew of 1,023. The captain of the ship was Francesco Schettino. He diverted the ship from its normal course to do a “salute” to a friend on Giglio Island. At around 9 pm he took control of the ship and it hit a rock which tore a 53 metre gash in the port side. 

Captain Schettino was in shock after striking the rock and failed to take command of the situation and organize for the passengers to abandon ship. There had been no lifeboat drill so the passengers and crew had to fend for themselves. It took over 6 hours to get everyone off the ship. 

Come along and hear what really happened and the chain of events that led to this disaster and the salvaging of the ship that took years and 2 billion dollars. The ship cost $900 million to build. 


Edmund (Zoom7.30pm) Aug 24, 2020 7:30 PM
Progress with Pheonix House IT Project

Do you or someone you know need help? We can help direct you to the most appropriate services in your local area.

Phoenix House provides early intervention and support services for young people. If you or someone you know needs support to finish school, get work experience, life skills, individual and family counselling – we’re here to help.

Last financial year, our Rotary Club supplied a Grant to Pheonix House to enable them to establish an 'IT Lab' and the Chief Executive Officer, Edmund Dcruz will address the Club with progress made.




Denise Ward, EO, CN Community Centre (Zoom12.30pm) Aug 31, 2020 12:30 PM
Community Centre Activities and Events!

Connects our community 

At the heart of Crows Nest, the Crows Nest Centre connects our local community with a variety of centre and home support services.

Dedicated staff and volunteers work with older people, people with a disability, migrants, parents and people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Mel Corner, our Volunteer Coordinator, along with Denise will present to our Club!

National Asthma Awareness Week (Zoom7.30pm) Sep 07, 2020 7:30 PM
North Sydney Council (Zoom12.30pm) Sep 14, 2020 12:30 PM
National Stroke Week! (Zoom 7.30pm) Robyn Pender Sep 21, 2020 7:30 PM

The Stroke Foundation is a charity working to prevent, treat and beat stroke. This program is made possible by the support of our generous donors.  Any support your group can provide is greatly appreciated.

(Zoom12.30pm) Sep 28, 2020
Public Holiday - No Meeting Oct 05, 2020
Ian Pocock Nov 30, 2020
Annual General Meeting
Mark Staples Dec 07, 2020
Annual Giving Night