Welcome to Rotary Cambridge

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 5:30 PM
Staff Room Cambridge High School
25 Swayne Rd
Cambridge, Waikato 3434
New Zealand
In early June, the daytime group of sewers completed their 5000th shield !  A big milestone! We have now contributed 2500 Days for Girls kits that have gone all around the world and also to New Zealand girls and women in need.
The Cambridge Rotary Adventure Club is a fellowship project that arranges outdoor adventures on a regular basis. 
Adventures range from easy through to difficult and are designed, where possible to allow as wide a range of physical abilities and ages to participate. 
With eleven amazing gardens, at least 1200 tickets sold, generous sponsorship and great weather, the 2019 festival was a blooming success. Community groups and charities from the Cambridge area benefitted from the proceeds. Organiser Carey Church, says
 
 
Thanks to huge community support and a host of willing volunteers 2020 Bookarama was the most successful in recent years.
2021 is going to be better still.
 
We have started collecting and sorting books for 2021.
Help Rotary to help your community. Rotary Cambridge has published a popular cookbook —Taste Waikato — featuring simple but innovative recipes — all stylishly photographed — showcasing the food of the region. Also featured are light hearted stories of local food producers. All money from sales goes to helping people in our local community.
 
Taste Waikato is a great present and an extremely useful cookbook for friends either here or overseas. The book offers easy, innovative recipes created and photographed by food professional Jan Bilton.
 
 
Rotary Cambridge E-Waste Recycling Rotary Cambridge has launched a new service for the Waipa community, to collect E-Waste, and dispose /recycle electrical items in an environmentally responsible manner. Items that are in working order, or can be repaired, are recycled or repurposed.
     
    Rotary Cambridge has reluctantly decided to stop publishing the annual CambridgeFindit  community directory. First published in 1992, the directory has raised more than $1.25 million dollars that has been distributed to various community groups and organisations.

    SO WHY JOIN  ROTARY?

    BeinRIhomepageg a member of a Rotary Club is not only a good way to get to know more people in your neighbourhood— it's also a great way to get involved in your community. 
    Rotary Cambridge currently have about 55 members and our weekly meetings are held every Thursday evening. The meeting format is very welcoming with either a social time over a drink followed by a meal and an interesting speaker or, every alternate week we have a relaxed less structured meeting with snack food.
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    Club Executives & Directors
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    Secretary
    Treasurer
    Rotary Foundation
    Club Service
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    International Service
    Membership Chair
    Exec Secretary
    Public Image
    Sergeant-at-Arms
    Immediate Past President