Formed as the Rotary Club of Blaxland- Springwood
The organisation meeting as the Provisional Rotary Club of Blaxland-Springwood, convened by District Governor John Moon, was held at Cheppy's Restaurant on Wednesday, October 23.
The following office bearers were elected:
The Club was officially admitted to Rotary International on November 2 1968, with 30 charter members.
A great record of service has been built since 1978.
The club hosted what was then possibly the Rotary district’s biggest assembly with over 400 incoming officers attending.
Name of the club changed to Rotary Club of Lower Blue Mountains.
Since its formation, Lower Blue Mountains Rotary has continued to grow in both strength and stature, even in often difficult times but has steadfastly adhered to Rotary’s motto of “Service before Self”.
It has followed Rotary’s 4 Way Test in all its humanitarian endeavours which follows, "Of the things we say and do:
Our club accepts new members by invitation.
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Rotary District Governor John Moon convened the first meeting of the organisation as the Provisional Rotary Club of Blaxland-Springwood
Photo credit: Australians at War Film archive
Rotary Club of Lower Blue Mountains Charter
Provisional Rotary Club of Blaxland-Springwood