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Camden Rotary Club will hold our annual Charity Golf Day on Monday 14th October at Camden Golf Club.
 The proceeds from the day will be shared between The Right Start Foundation, a local organisation raising awareness about Down Syndrome; Little Wings, which provides free, professional and safe air and ground transport for seriously ill children; Blue Wren House, a local domestic violence women's shelter; and the projects and programs of Camden Rotary Club.
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"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead
On Monday 24th June 2023/2024 Club President David Binskin formally inducted Jacquie Lockyer as our President for 2024/2025 with the help of District Governor Tonia Barnes.The new Board of Directors was also inducted to lead our club through the next 12 months.
Club Treasurer Alek Jankowski and Club Secretary Chris Evans each received a Paul Harris Fellow for services to our club and to Rotary, and Judith Humphreys received a Paul Harris Fellow in recognition of her cumulative donations to The Rotary Foundation. Pictured (L to R) Nigel Smith, Stephen Humphreys, Mark Donehue, Chris Evans, Judith Humphreys, President Jacquie Lockyer, Andrew Ellis, Rob Elliott & Ross Newport (Ian White an apology).
The Rotary Club of Camden held a Mental Health Forum and Expo on Saturday 23rd March 2024 at the Camden Civic Centre to raise community awareness of mental health issues.
The aim of the Mental Health Forum and Expo was to help to de-stigmatise mental illness; deliver information about mental health to people living in our community; improve the capacity for individuals to access relevant services; improve the capacity of individuals to care for themselves if they develop a mental illness; increase community awareness about mental health; and build capacity within the community to give and get help. Mental health is a key component of the overall health and wellbeing of all Australians.  
The Mental Health Forum and the Expo ran concurrently in different rooms at the Civic Centre with six speakers throughout the day covering topics across the mental health spectrum and 25 stalls by a broad range of mental health care support providers.  
The event was free to the community.
Camden Rotary Club recently held the annual Pride of Workmanship Awards. The objectives of the Awards are to promote Vocational Service; encourage Pride of Workmanship in all vocations; provide employers with an opportunity to recognise employees who display qualities that are worthy of an award; and encourage favourable employer/employee relationships and a sense of community pride in individual achievement. Eleven members of the community received an Award on the night.
On Monday afternoon representatives from many Rotary Clubs in our district were given a presentation at Liverpool Hospital of their latest acquisition, a Transoesophageal Echocardiography Probe (TOE). This important piece of equipment was partly funded ($30,000) by 21 Rotary Clubs in our district including the Illawarra, the Shire, Sydney, Macarthur, and Parramatta areas. General Electric provided the remainder ($70,000) of the total cost of $100,000. Internal cardiac ultrasounds (TOE) form part of the key diagnostic procedures performed to diagnose heart disease. The small size of the mini-TOE probe allows procedures to be performed without general anaesthesia but instead uses a local anaesthetic throat spray only. This improves the safety of the procedure for patients (no intravenous drugs required) and thus avoids long wait times and hospital block.  Scott McGrath, Acting General Manager of Liverpool Hospital, Dr Melissa Leung, Director of Echocardiography, and many of the staff were very appreciative of Rotary’s contribution for providing such an important piece of equipment. Rotary making a difference in our community.
A recent guest speaker at our club was Dr Alex Buttfield, the Deputy Director and Co-Director of Emergency Medicine Training, responsible for training new emergency specialists at Campbelltown Hospital.
Dr Buttfield spoke passionately about his aim to upskill Emergency Department nurses in paediatric life support. The Advanced Paediatric Life Support course is widely recognised as the international gold standard in paediatric emergency training courses. The course has been developed for doctors, nurses and paramedics looking to increase their confidence and clinical skills in the emergency management of ill and injured children.
The initiative is already supported by the Kids of Macarthur Foundation.
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