About Our Club

Rotary Year 2017 – 2018

Club President: Cherie Ramsay
Email: sisramsay@yahoo.com.au

Secretary: Alan Kamerling
Email: akamerling@bigpond.com
Mobile: 0418 541 700

We meet on Thursday Evenings at the Dandenong Club as follows:
1st Thursday of Month Business meeting, Board Room, 6.45pm*
2nd Thursday of Month Project Planning Meeting, Board Room, 6.45pm*
3rd Thursday Guest Speaker Dinner Meeting, Views Room, 6.30 for 7,00pm
4th Thursday Social Night, 6.30 for 7,00pm
5th Thursday – No Meeting
* Members may choose to stay for dinner, or leave, following the meeting

Our club represents the Endeavour Hills and Dandenong North Area including parts of the municipal areas of the City of Greater Dandenong, and the City of Casey.

We currently have 31 members of the club includeing:

  • Those that work  in the area;
  • Those that live in the area.
  • Those that have an affinity with the area, typically through previously having worked or lived in the area.

Rotarians believe in the ideal of service in providing humanitarian service, encouraging high ethical standards in all vocations, and helping to build goodwill and peace in the world.

In the case of the Endeavour Hills Club this service ranges from making small donations  and practical help to local organisations through to founding the Charity ‘Disaster Aid which currently delivers $500,000 of Aid to Developing Countries.

How we fit into the wider Rotary World

The Endeavour Hills Rotary Club is fully responsible for developing its own program of Service. This allowing individual members to identify  service projects which the club may then decide to implement.

The club is supported by it’s Rotary District. In the case of our club it is District 9820 which covers South East Victoria. The first step in broadening the appeal of a club member’s idea will be to influence members of the District .

The  District is part of Rotary Zone 8 of Rotary International, which includes oceanic nations like Australia, New Zealand, East Timor and Papua New Guinea. Once an idea has gained district acceptance there is the opportunity to further broaden the appeal of an idea to the region, and then across the world.


If you are interested in making an impact in assisting others, in a social organisation, why not give the Rotary Club of Endeavour Hills a try?