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Come and grab a delicious sausage on bread at Bunnings Caroline Springs cooked by volunteers of Rotary Caroline Springs. Top it up with mustard, ketchup and onions and warm up. All proceeds go towards support for your local community. We are there from 9am to 4pm, so come on down.
At our last meeting on 6 July at Western Emergency Relief Network (WERN) our guest speaker was Pat Wilson who gave a presentation on Belonging MattersJoining us were some members from the Rotary Club of Bacchus Marsh. It was an inspiring presentation by Pat Wilson. 


One of the highlights of our Rotary Caroline Springs changeover on the 1 July 2022 was the induction of a new member, Vijay Susarla. Vijay was inducted by our very own John Gregory and Past President Kathy Hall. 
On the 1st July 2022 we had our Rotary Changeover. It was a wonderful evening as we caught up with all those that could make it at this busy time of the year. We met, engaged in fellowship and simply said hello once again to friends, local councillors and Rotarians alike. But it was also an evening to thank all those that made the year 2021-22 an amazing year of service and volunteering. We thank the previous year's board as we welcomed the new one for 2022-23. Our work will never end and we continue to serve to change lives within our community. Thank you Kathy Hall for your Presidency and passionate guidance, we also welcome Ronald Moss in his year as Rotary Caroline Springs President and wish him all the best as we imagine the future in serving Caroline Springs. To find out more of what we do and how you can be the change that makes a difference contact us on
Here's a video of the night. 
May 26
Melton Council Media Release
A new purpose-built warehouse in Ravenhall will support the expansion of services offered by the Western Emergency Relief Network (WERN).
WERN works to support people experiencing homelessness, mental health conditions, family violence, fire or flood situations, or those who are refugees, by supplying them with quality second-hand furniture, electronics, and whitegoods.
Dear WERN Supporters,
A BIG THANK YOU what you have done and are doing in support of WERN. Our new purpose-built warehouse is quickly becoming like home and getting better organised by the day. With the expansion of our services WERN has several vacant volunteer roles and positions within our program. As current or past volunteers with WERN you are best placed to know what important work WERN does and if you could share this email to your clubs, networks and friends you would be assisting us greatly.

Do you know someone wanting to make a major difference in people’s lives within our own community? WERN can provide that opportunity with just a little of their time. Your help in sharing the attached Vacancy Notices and flyers would assist greatly in helping WERN identify potential suitable volunteers and help grow our program even more. WERN has supported over 7,000 people in crisis and now has the opportunity to help even greater numbers with your help.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me for further details.
Warm Regards,
Ross Butterworth
Administration Manager, Western Emergency Relief Network (WERN)
Rotary International District 9800
District Governor 2013-2014
23 Westwood Dve., RAVENHALL, VIC, 3023

M: 0411 228 311 | E:
For more of our story visit Western Emergency Relief Network (WERN) at:
Rotary Caroline Springs are proud to welcome our newest Rotarian Hidayathullah Khan to our service oriented club. Standing beside him are his lovely wife Aish and daughter Ayanna. Let us congratulate Hid.
At our last meeting we welcomed Rotarian (Rtn) Alban Rebello from the Rotary Club of Ambattur. Rtn Alban Rebello was the Past President from 1997 to 1998
Alban is visiting his daughter for several months and as a Past President of the Rotary Club of Ambattur was happy to catch up with a local Rotary Club in Caroline Springs. We were fortunate that he was able to join our meeting to also welcome our newest member Hid Khan. It made the ceremony that more special for Hid becoming a Rotarian. 
Members of Rotary Caroline Springs attended a regular Bunnings Community Event on the 18 May 2022 at Bunnings Caroline Springs. Attended by Lions Club Caroline Springs, Comm-Unity Plus (Previously known as Community West) Neighbourhood House (Deer Park), and Melton Square Dance Club the meet helped us understand some of the many groups in and around Caroline Springs. 
Bunnings Caroline springs recognises that 2020-21 has been challenging for our community groups and would like to provide you with an opportunity to reconnect.
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Service Above Self

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Wednesdays at 7:00 PM
Western Emergency Relief Network
23 Westwood Drive
Ravenhall, VIC 3023
0403 821 959
We currently meet at WERN at 23 Westwood Drive, Ravenhall, Vic 3023 from 6.30pm to 8.30pm. We also hold hybrid meetinga. If you would like to join our meetings do send us an email to
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