President Deborah Rowe took the chair for her first term as President of the Rotary Club of Corowa. The District Governor was Anne Reid and our AG was David Barrat from the Rotary Club of Yarrawonga-Mulwala.


The club enjoyed the company of 28 members at the start of the year.



The 2021-22 Board:


President – Deb Rowe

Vice President – Norm O'Flaherty

Secretary – Margaret Brown

Treasurer – Paul Miegel

President Elect – Stephen Apps

Community Service – Stephen Apps

Federation Festival - Gary Poidevin

The Rotary Foundation - Neil Davis

Membership - Robyn Rhodes

Public Relations - Kerrie Crawford

Changeover Photos

 President Deb with the

2021-22 Theme Banner

President Deb and Past President Norm with the Corowa Rotary Club Charter

Past President Norm giving President Deb the gavel


Tonight we welcome

Dr David Moniz into our

Corowa Rotary family


President Deb Rowe was delighted to induct new Rotarian David Moniz who was supported by his wife Anthea. David was brought forward by his sponsor Neil Davis. President Deb inducted David and presented him with dinner badge, new member folder and visiting dinner badge and a bottle of her president’s Muscat. After the official part of the evening, members were invited to welcome David and Anthea to the Rotary Club of Corowa.

President Deb with the newly installed member David Moniz.

David was accompanied by his lovely wife Anthea on the evening.

David with his sponsor

Rtn Neil Davis

David with his complimentary bottle of the President's Muscat.

2021-08-04 President Deb Rowe inducted our latest member Sally Batten this evening. Sally was sponsored by Kerrie Crawford. Sally joins us as a much more youthful member of our team. Along with David Moniz, as a collective we are bringing down our average age! We welcome Sally to the Rotary Club of Corowa

Pictured: Sally with President Deb

President Deb, Sally and

Sponsor Kerrie Crawford

2021-08-14 Reptile Habitat


Rotarians Neil Davis and Graham Brown enjoyed a wonderful morning at the Whitehead Street Wetlands.

The morning was facilitated by Sally Hughes from Corowa District Landcare, being part of a program initiated by the 'Youth, Create and Celebrate' group of Corowa youngsters.

There were about 15 school students present, along with representatives of Corowa District Landcare, Rotary, Apex, Community Gardens and interested teachers and community members. There was also a wildlife ecologist, herpetologist and environmental consultant from CSU - Dr Damien Michael - who was very knowledgeable about reptiles and had written some books on the subject.

The lizard habitat was established - the Apexians assisted the children with the heavy work of lifting and placing of logs and the spreading of bark chips.

Neil and Graham were busy digging holes and planting many Billy Button daisies, Melaleucas and Hardenbergias near the bird hide and the picnic seats.