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Fundraiser Prohibition Evening

  We are looking forward to welcome you at this very special event in our diary. We want to combine fun of dressing up with live entertainment and raising funds for our projects of our club. The event will be on 9 November 2012 at the Cullinan Hotel 18:30 for 19:00. The menu of the […]

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Induction Dinner on 29 June 2012

On 29 June 2012, we celebrate the beginning of the new Rotary year with the traditional Induction Dinner and induction of the new leadership of the club. We are celebrating at the Westin. The event is open for anyone interested in Rotary and the cost for the evening is R225 per person.

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Unlikely partnership nets five tons of food

When two unlikely partners the women’s only gym Curves and the Rotary Club of Noon Gun joined forces in a recent project, the result was an astounding 5000 kg of non perishable food items collected for a good cause. Members of 20 Curves clubs in the greater Cape Town area generously contributed towards the food […]

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Rotary Noon Gun Lunch 4 May 2012

We had the pleasure to have Partick Bermingham from the Rotary Club of Coventry Phoenix and his wife Racheal with us for our lunch. They both are visiting Cape Town for Racheal’s big birthday tomorrow and have been enjoying their stay so far.

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Our First Early Act Club – Injongo Primary School

Our Club had the great opportunity to charter our FIRST EarlyAct Club at the Injongo Primary School this Tuesday 17. April in Khayelisha. Almost 80 children being present as well as some teachers and the deputy principal Jerry to be part of the exciting ceremony. The EarlyAct Club of the Injongo Primary School with his great committee especially […]

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Dave Duarte at Rotary Club Noon Gun on Friday 9 December

Befuddled by facebook, twitter, linked-in, YouTube? Join us on Friday when Dave Duarte MD of Ogilvy Digital Marketing talks about non-digital ways to succeed in a digital age. Highlights include understanding the rise of digital in South Africa and what it means for individuals, business and society. Learn how to judge the value of new […]

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Recipe for a Smile

It is rather ironic that in a country way north of the Equator, schools are closed and furniture is disposed of due to lack of pupils. At the same time on the opposite side of the globe in a country far south, the population is crying out for educational facilities and equipment. Cape Town Noon […]

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Our Speaker for 7 October 2011 – Amy Thom

Amy Thom MPhil Justice & Transformation will be talking about: Growing Opportunities for Social Justice: Livelihoods And Markets’ Potential Of Urban Food Gardens The modern urban farming movement has been underway for over three decades, touted early on as a solution to alleviating urban poverty and more recently promoted as a means to ‘green’ urban environments while […]

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