Posted by Sam McCurdy on Jun 30, 2022
On Sunday 26th June, a team of Rotary volunteers joined with other volunteers to cook food at the Arthur Wren Hall in Hampton Park for the Southern Migrant & Refugee Centre celebration event.  This event was organised by the City of Casey and South East Community links.
The function was held to introduce a group of migrants to key organisations in the Casey area and involved the coming together of culturally diverse nationalities, languages, performances and costumes. Tables (booths) were set up in the hall, where people were able to talk to the Police, CFA, SES, Council, and Rotary.
Our Rotary team worked with volunteers from the Eyewatch-Casey Police Service Area in a modern kitchen at the hall, to cook approximately 800 sausages and onions to feed the large audience. Others answered questions about our club's purpose and activities, providing the potential to increase our membership and diversity.
It was a highly successful day and a great effort by our Rotary team.
A great example of Rotarians in Action within the community.  Well done everyone!