THANK YOU FOR A VERY SUCCESSFULL FUNDRAISER AND DINNER.
A great dinner (thank you Maya); great friends and new ones; great prizes; and a fascinating magician that kept people mesmerized and entertained.
The aim of this wonderful Christmas Dinner Fundraiser is to raise funds for local projects including health care, safe drinking water and sanitation at Balinese schools. In addition, helping the folks around Mt. Agung and in Lombok.read more
- 5th Annual Christmas Fundraising Dinner 2018
- September Birthdays
- July Birthdays
- March Birthdays
- February Birthdays
- Rotary World Wide – Doing good!
- 4 April – President of Rotary Club Colorado Springs Interquest to visit
- Books for Balinese Schools
- Bluu Karangasem Water project handover 3 Jan 2016
- Child Helmet Project is up & running thanks to Terri & Penny
- Two Important Briefs Available
- Vision Quest: Bringing Vision to Indonesia’s Blind
- Purchase a Screening Voucher
and Save a Friend’s Life
- FUNraiser: Jazz Night with
The Hogan Brothers
- Oz Singer Gyan Benefits RCBUS to Assist HIV/AIDS Clinic
- Ubud’s HIV/AIDS Clinic Opens Officially!
- Mary Jane Edleson on Sustainable Tourism
- ‘Body Music’ Was a Great Success!
- RCBUS Hosts Successful RYLA 2013
- What does a Water Project Look Like?
- HAPPY NEW YEAR
- Nest Box for Bali Starling
10th Aniversary Rotary Club of Bali Ubud Sunset
Free Eye Screening, Free Glasses and Free Cataract Surgery by John Fawcett Foundation
Balai Banjar Selat, Desa Buahan Kaja, Kec, Payangan Kabupaten Gianyar
26 – 27 July 2018
First Day July 26th 2018
On the day 396 people coming for eye screening , 240 free glasses, 8 Cataract surgery done at JFF clinic bus. For 8 people got the surgery that day, 5 people both eyes cataract so they need do cataract surgery at the other eye. RCBUS will contact JFF for continuing this surgery. This even announced to Desa Buahan Kaja and Desa Buahan Kelod with approximately 1,950 families which is about 5,850 so more people knows about, more people can involved.read more
Hello to all regular readers of the Rotary clubs fortnightly column!
This fortnight I have entitled my article “We can, They Can’t” ……so what does this mean? It means to me, that so many expats living in this beautiful island, with its generous friendly people, amazing scenery, traditional customs and culture going back hundreds and hundreds of years, are able to live here very comfortably…unfortunately for so many Balinese, and Indonesians this is not the case. As we are all aware conditions vary considerably as do earnings, and not everyone gets the opportunity of a full education leading to gainful employment.read more
Fun and entertaining meeting June 22nd 2019, all day at Taro
This is our Annual Officer’s Turnover meeting. It will be held in the village of Taro and will include the local Rotaract club.