About Our Club
Welcome to our Club

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 7:00 PM
Keilor Hotel Wine Bar or Zoom
Old Calder Highway Keilor
Keilor, VIC 3036
During Covid restrictions the club meets each week via Zoom. Normally the Club meets via Zoom on the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of each month and at the Keilor Hotel Wine Bar on the 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of the month
Upcoming Events
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Mary Engert
    January 5
  • Harold Simpson
    January 18
  • Ted Cunningham
    December 4
Spouse/Partner Birthdays:
  • Hedley Harris
    December 8
  • Joe Engert
    December 8
  • Janice Haydon
    December 9
Join Date:
  • Liz Beattie
    January 27, 2015
    8 years
  • Kevin Nolan
    December 1, 1984
    38 years
  • Cameron Horder
    December 2, 2008
    14 years
  • David Bourke
    December 31, 2005
    17 years
Home Page News
At out club meeting on October 25th President Harold Simpson inducted new member Michael Howsen  and presented membership certificates to both Michael and Beverly Thoms.
Michael is a retired medical practitioner from the Niddrie area
Mrs Beverley Thoms was inducted into the Rotary Club of Keilor by President Harold Simpson at a club meeting on Tuesday 12th July
Beveley is the wife of current member Gavin Thoms.
It is the first time in several years that the club has both husband and wife as current members.
Welcome Beverley
It’s with much sadness and sorrow that we advise of the passing of our esteemed fellow member and Past President,
Kevin Madex.   Kevin passed away peacefully at his home after a long battle with cancer.   He was a much loved and respected member of our club and will be sadly missed by all.
Vale Kevin.
Our thoughts and prayers are with his family
To date $3450 has been sent or pledged to Western Health to provide coffee to hospital staff, thanking them for their  fantastic work during this Covid-19 epidemic  A project by Rotary clubs and friends of Rotary, supporting doctors, nurses and health care staff during this time of crisis, providing a free coffee to staff to say Thank You
It is with regret that due to Covid and resourcing issues, the Rotary Club of Keilor  is unable to continue with the medical recycling project that the Rotary Club of Keilor has been running for a number of years
     Rotary Club of Keilor            
Keilor Rotary Club celebrated 100 years of Rotary in Australia by donating in excess of $100,000 to worthy projects.
In 1985 the Club established the Rotary Club of Keilor Community Trust with some of the monies it raised at the Melbourne Airport Open Day.  That Open Weekend was a major community event attracting some thousands of visitors - and the Club’s profits from the weekend also funded several projects in the immediate following years. One of those projects was, funding for the purchase of a rehabilitation centre for people who have received brain damage.
This year, in the 100th year of Rotary in Australia, the Club decided to distribute in excess of $100,000 of the Trust’s funds in recognition of that Centenary. Read ON
The Rotary Club of Keilor working with two local schools
  • Providing Scholarships for year 11-12 students at Keilor Downs College for the past three years, ensuring students who may not have had an opportunity to complete HSC without a scholarship can continue their schooling and possibly continue on to tertiary studies.
  • Providing an opportunity for two students from the Catholic Regional College North Keilor to attend a two day Rotary Model United Nations Assembly (MUNA)
Rotary - Model United Nations Assembly
Each year, Rotary Clubs around the world host an international youth program for senior school students which simulates the workings of the United Nations Assembly.
The event, known as MUNA - Model United Nations Assembly aims to build good will and understanding
challenging students to research the history, politics, economics, people, international alignment and policies in current world affairs from the viewpoint of an assigned country. Teams participate in debates which reproduce genuine UN debates - often with a fine flow of rhetoric, points of order, motions of dissent and bloc walkouts!
This year, College Captains, Reshaiah Ratnayake and Christian Pino have been selected to represent CRCNK and the Rotary Club of Keilor for what will be an online event held over the weekend of 5-6 December.
Adopting the role of China's UN Ambassadors, our students have an unenviable task ahead, debating on the COVID-19 crisis and China's role in it. They are up for the challenge and ready to take on a number of prestigious local and international schools.
Please join me in wishing Reshiah and Christian all the very best as they enter the formidable world of International Politics in an experience that will prepare them for some of the real life challenges that lay ahead

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