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St John Vianney Primary Peace Pole

The Principal St John Vianney School Waramanga Peter Rodda, Mrs Thomas, Students Harrison and Jedda along with Rotarian Andrew Browne inspect the Peace Pole donated by the Rotary Club of Canberra Burley Griffin to the School

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St Vincents Aranda Primary School Peace Pole

St Vincent's Primary Peace Pole24 JUNE 2019 The first of hopefully 100 Peace Poles, planted at St Vincents Primary School Aranda in Canberra. The Principal speaks of the involvement and support shown by the school toward the Canberra Rotary Peace Bell and now the...

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To Christchurch

TO CHRISTCHURCH21 MARCH 2019 Rotary Meeting, 21 Mar 2019 Firstly - a minute's silence. I'm sure we're all deeply shocked, saddened, dismayed by the brutal assault of an Australian citizen on people at prayer in mosques at Christchurch NZ Friday last week, 15 March...

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NZ Massacre vigil

NZ Massacre vigil 18 MARCH 2019 The New Zealand High Commission will be holding a vigil at the Canberra Rotary Peace Bell on Tuesday 19 March 2019 at 6pm for those who would like to show their support. It has been organised by the ANU Students’ New Zealand Club and...

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Third LJ Hooker Walk, Run or Ride for Peace

  Walk, Run or Ride for Peace is back!31  MARCH 2019 This form is in 2 parts.1st part is directly below2nd part is: click (donate Now). We apologise for any inconvenience. Once you complete and SUBMIT your entry. Please click below. You will be taken to the Rotary...

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63 unnecessary deaths

Zonta Canberra Breakfast Club and the Rotary Club of Canberra Burley Griffin 10 DECEMBER 2018 There have been 63 unnecessary deaths of women due to domestic violence this year in Australia!On 10 December 2018 the Zonta Canberra Breakfast Club and the Rotary Club of...

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Macka in Canberra 2018

Listen to the podcast 11 NOVEMBER 2018 ABC radio star Ian MacNamara was in Canberra on 11 November 2018 presenting his 'Australia All Over' program where he introduced Laurie McDonald who recited a poem by Monte Grover – a contemporary of Henry Lawson and Banjo...

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Polish peace bell visited!

During September this year (2018) a number of members of the Rotary Club of Burley Griffin visited Europe and especially their peace bell. New facts emerged about their bell! See the new story at:

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New logo launched!

Wow! We have finally found time to develop a 'proper' logo for the Canberra Rotary Peace Bell. Our 'historic' – change that to an 'experienced' – graphic designer Christopher Gray created the logo. Chris is the designer of the website and all of the...

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ICAN ride for Peace

During September members of the International Campaign Against Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) staged a Ride for Peace from Melbourne to Canberra. Along with other supporters the riders met at the Canberra Rotary Peace Bell before proceeding to the...

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Redeemer Luthern College Brisbane bus tour

Seventy-two students from the Redeemer Lutheran College Brisbane, participated in two tours of Lennox Gardens with a special ringing ceremony at the Canberra Rotary Peace Bell on Thursday 23 September 2018. "Thanks again for the tour yesterday, commented one of the...

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Rotary Club of Gungahlin 10th Anniversary

Calling current members, past members and friends of the Rotary Club of Gungahlin to attend a special ringing ceremony at the Canberra Rotary Peace Bell on Wednesday 19 September 2018 at 5.00pm. Meet at Lennox Gardens and walk to the Canberra Rotary Peace Bell in time...

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International Scouts Day

World Scout Day was celebrated at the Canberra Rotary Peace Bell on Wednesday evening 1 August 2018. Around 270 Scouts, Cubs, Joeys and Rovers and their leaders gathered under the stars and beside a beautifully lit Canberra Rotary Peace Bell. Those gathered heard from...

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Hiroshima Day 2018 success

Canberra turned on one of its most beautiful winter days this morning. Sunday 5 August 2018 was the anniversary of the dropping of the first atomic bomb in 1945. Hiroshima was the target. It started the ending of World War II. Whether you agree or disagree with the...

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Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Remembering Hiroshima and Nagasaki. If you would like to unite with us and send a message to all world leaders calling on them to ensure that a nuclear bomb is never used again then be at the Canberra Rotary Peace Bell at 9.15am Sunday 5 August 2018. Hiroshima was...

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Our archives go back to 2016.

Presidents discuss.
Past presidents of the Rotary Club of Burley Griffin will discuss the creation and use of the World Peace Bell.

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