The Rotary Club of Claremont, Tasmania

The Rotary Club of Claremont meets every Wednesday evening at the Claremont RSL. 
6:15 for a 6:30pm start.

Keynote Speakers

District Governor Michael and Corrina Cooke

Michael and Corrina would like to welcome you to the District Conference that was to be held in March 2020.

RIPR Dilendra Shrestha and Bhabhani District 3292 Nepal

Dilendra Shrestha is the RI Presidents Representative and was giving an address on his behalf.

Governor of Tasmania, Kate Warner and Richard Warner

Tasmanian Governor Kate Warner – opening the conference. Her husband Richard was speaking briefly on projects in Timor Leste

Kurt Fearnley

Read about Paralympian Kurt Fearnley and watch videos on his amazing achievements on and off the track

Sarah Brown

Sarah Brown and the story of the Purple House providing dialysis care in remote communities is amazing. Read more and watch videos.

John X

Renowned Tasmanian performer John X was to entertain us before our heading to a cruise on the Derwent.

Dewayne Everettsmith

The official Welcome to Country was to be performed by Dewayne, a local palawa man.

Tristan McCarthy

An NYSF Alumni, Tristan was to speak on how NYSF propelled him into Aeronautical Science.

Jason Palazzolo

An interview panel headed by DG Michael and Jason was to discuss Australian Rotary Health’s role in his research on thrombotic conditions.

Matt Cross and Gabrielle Zolati

Matt and Gabrielle were going to present on mental health issues and the effects of drugs and alcohol on mental health and in the workplace.

Wendy French

Wendy is a well known advocate on suicide prevention and community mental health. She has prepared a special video on communities after crises such as bushfire and Covid19

Allison Mitchell

26TEN is Tasmania’s campaign for Adult Literacy. Allison is part of that team.

Choir of High Hopes

Choir of High Hopes Hobart offers people experiencing disadvantage in its many forms the opportunity to sing in a safe and welcoming environment

Rotary Youth Exchange

Our Rotary Exchange students have certainly had a very different year than most.