Home Page Stories

Guest speaker at our Club on 3rd June was Ana Levar, a Vision Support Teacher for the Department of Education. Ana works at Yandelora School to support the teachers to meet the needs of students with significant vision impairment and intellectual disability. At Yandelora School Ana’s role is to build the capacity of staff to meet students’ needs in all of their aspects of school life. 

Ana has a special interest in a particular type of vision impairment called CVI, or Cortical Vision Impairment. This is a complex and poorly understood form of vision impairment, however is also the most common cause of vision impairment. 

Camden Rotary Club supported, through a Rotary District Grant and Club donations, the purchase of some amazing and unique teaching aids for students with CVI at Yandelora which Ana showed to Club members. Our Club members are pleased and proud to be able to make a difference in the lives and education of young people at Yandelora School.

 
On Friday 12th March Camden Rotarians facilitated the U-Turn the Wheel project at St. Benedict’s Catholic College.
This program educates young drivers on the challenges they face every day on our roads, including car care and safety, other road users, partying safely, the effects of brain injury, road rules, and the effects of drugs and alcohol.
We would like to thank our presenters:
Headway Brain Injury Support Services, Camden Automotive Repairs, Cawdor Haulage, Youth Solutions & NSW Police Force
 
''No-one has ever become poor by giving'' - Ann Frank
 
The Rotary Club of Camden with the support of Elizabeth Macarthur High School students, Airds High School students, Gregory Hills Next Gen Rotary Club, and community volunteers, on Sunday 28th March participated in Graffiti Removal Day. Making a difference in our community. #graffitiremovalday #GRD21
 
Camden Rotary Club was very pleased to deliver lamingtons and coffee vouchers today to the staff at Camden Hospital in appreciation of the work they do each and every day in our community.
In celebration of Australia Day, Rotary Clubs from Greater Sydney to the Illawarra have handed out 20,000 lamingtons and coffee vouchers to frontline emergency services workers to thank them for supporting our community.
All lamingtons were purchased from local bakeries, coffee vouchers from local cafes, and printing and other stationery all done through local businesses.
The Australia Day Council provided $8 million in grants to local government and community organisations to help make sure Australia Day events could go ahead in a COVID safe way.
Macarthur Rotary Clubs delivered lamingtons & coffee vouchers to local hospitals, police, fire stations and other emergency workers.
 
 
Upcoming Events
 
Facebook
Club Executives & Directors
Secretary
Treasurer
President Elect
Club Administrtion
Service Projects
Service Projects
Membership
Youth Programs
Executive Secretary/Director
Public Image
Rotary Service
Club Information
Welcome to our Club!
Camden

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 7:00 PM
Camden Golf Club
50 Lodges Road
Narellan, NSW 2567
Australia