Posted by DG Amanda Wendt on Oct 13, 2022

Brighton, Brighton North and Caulfield clubs had a very successful night building new friendships, sharing project wins and discovering ways to collaborate at the official DG Beachside Cluster visit. It was the first time the three clubs have met together and to quote many of the members, 'Let's make sure its's not the last time'! 

Club Presidents Ian Stacy, Mark Stephens and Faye Kirkwood spoke passionately about their achievements to date and plans for the remainder of the 2022-2023 Rotary year, including (but not limited to) sponsoring a team of students who will make a sailing boat out of recycled materials (Brighton North), supporting organisations to become more accessible to people with physical disabilities (Caulfield) and supporting community organisations off the back of lunches which have raised tens of thousands of dollars (Brighton).
Special shout-out to Hampton RSL and President LCDR Helen Ward for the wonderful new memorial garden they have installed with the support of Rotary Brighton. Thanks also to AG Kitty O'Connor for helping to co-ordinate. A truly wonderful night filled with heaps of energy!