Our club meets at:

Royal Yacht Club of Victoria
120 Nelson Place, Williamstown
7.00pm Tuesday most weeks.

2018 Pink Breakfast

Please join us at the beautiful Royal Victorian Motor Yacht Club for a morning of light entertainment and to help raise awareness and support for Breast Cancer Research.

All proceeds from our fabulous breakfast will go to The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, and the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Soak in the atmosphere of the Motor Yacht Club and enjoy the vista of the Melbourne city skyline. Treat yourself to a gorgeous morning in Williamstown!

Time: 6:45am to 9:00am

Date: Tuesday 25th September 2018

Location: Royal Victorian Motor Yacht Club 260 Nelson Place, Williamstown

Cost:  $60.00 per head a full breakfast. Raffle, silent auction, and Door Prizes to be won.

Tickets: Tickets and donations can be purchased online, instore at Novel Kitchen (cash only), 80 Ferguson Street, Williamstown or  cheques payable to Rotary Club of Point Gellibrand, PO Box 187, Williamstown 3016

There are two table sizes seating 8 or 10 guests so why not invite some friends and book a whole table! An Early Bird discount of 10% for booking a table of 10 by the 14th of September!


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Guest Speaker: Meron Pitcher

Meron Pitcher trained as a surgeon in Melbourne and was awarded her fellowship in general surgery in 1991. Post fellowship training was in the UK in Canterbury and at the Royal Marsden hospital in London, where she developed her interest in breast disease and soft tissue sarcomas. She became inaugural senior lecturer in the department of surgery at Western Hospital in 1993 and set up the breast unit.

She is currently head of general surgery at Sunshine Hospital, head of breast services Western Health, and Quality and safety lead for the division of perioperative and critical care.

Last year she spent 4 months in Wewak PNG with Australian Volunteers International as a surgical mentor and teacher.

Current research interests include breast cancer survivorship and rehabilitation; neoadjuvant treatment of breast cancer; and improving systems of surgical care.

Members Words

"I do not do networking groups, and I was looking for a way to meet other like-minded individuals to give a little back to my community.  I have to say, joining Rotary was my best decision.  The individuals who attend Rotary, are like not...


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President: Mick Trezise

Secretary: Geoffrey King

Our club meets at: Royal Yatch Club of Victoria ,
120 Nelson Place, Williamstown, VIC

7.00pm on most Tuesdays.

Visitors are welcome


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