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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Caboolture

 

Are you interested in helping your community?

 

Not just the local community but the world wide community as well?

 

If the answer is YES, then why not join us in helping others?

 

So far in the 2017/2018 Rotary year our club has achieved nearly 5,000 hours of volunteering, what a wonderful effort that you could be part of.

 

Caboolture takes its unusual name  from the aboriginal word for carpet snake `Cabul-tur` and we think we have an unusual Club. It was established in 1954 and has a great record of service to the local community and for international projects through the intervening years.

Please take the time to check out our exciting website and you will see how we intend  to carry on this service into the future, hopefully with your assistance. Do take the opportunity to come along to a meeting with our great mix of men and women to share the Rotary experience of service, fellowship and fun.

Yours in Rotary

Riana Botha
President 2018/19

 

The 2018/2019 Rotary International Presidents theme is

If you would like to know more about this years theme, click on the link

 

Words that some of our members felt summed up their feelings about Rotary

 

 

Club Newsletters

If you want to catch up on what Rotary Caboolture has been up to, why not have a look at some of recent our newsletters.

They can be found under the Our Club tab at the top or by clicking on the link Newsletters

For our latest Club Newsletter click HERE

 

You can also keep in touch with the latest things through our Facebook page.

Or for those that are not on Facebook, click on the link to our Latest Happenings page.

 

 

Rotary Youth programs for students and young people can be found at YOUTH PROGRAMS

                       

 

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Our upcoming Bunnings BBQ’s at the Morayfield Store:

  

Wednesday 18th July

Wednesday 29th August

Wednesday 17th October

Wednesday 21st November

 

CLUB MEETINGS:

We meet every TUESDAY. Venues and dates are specified below.

Please RSVP to Chris Sharp 0410 492022 if attending any of the meetings.

We meet on TUESDAYS using venues in the following order through the month

(1) Bobbio Restaurant, St Columban’s College. Entrance off Pettigrew St, Caboolture. 6.00pm for 6.30pm start Dinner meeting.

(2) Club Business Dinner Meeting at the CENTRAL TAVERN In the Function Room 6.15pm.

(3) Bobbio Restaurant, St Columban’s College. Entrance off Pettigrew St, Caboolture. 6.00pm for 6.30pm start Dinner meeting.

(4) Vocational Visit. Venue will be advised.

(5) When there is a 5th Tuesday in a month a social meeting at a special venue will be held.

For directions to the venue click HERE

 

 

July Meetings

 

Tuesday 3rd  Central Tavern – 6.00 for 6.30pm start

Tonight we will be hearing from Jacque Lachmund CEO of Australia’s CEO Challenge. Jacque will be talking about Domestic Violence and Women’s Shelters. 

Tuesday 10th  Club Business Meeting 6.00 for 6.15pm start

Our Club Business Dinner meeting is where members are welcome to become involved in the running of the club as well as keeping well informed on what we are up to as a club. Ideas and thoughts are welcomed. 

Tuesday 17th  Bobbio Restaurant – 6.00 for 6.30pm start

Tonight’s guest speaker will Tullawong State School Principal Iqbal Singh. He will be doing a presentation for us for an upcoming project of the school, the establishment of a Community Centre at the school.

Wednesday 25th Vocational Visit to SES – 7.30pm

Tonight we are heading out to visit the Caboolture SES group at their depot where they will be giving us a display of their heights skills on roofs. Also informing us of the things we can do to protect ourselves & our homes in this years storm season.

Please note the change of date & time for this visit.

 

Tuesday 31st TBA

 

August Meetings

 

Tuesday 7th  Bobbio Restaurant – 6.00 for 6.30pm start

Tonight we will be hearing from Philip Bradley, author of On Shaggy Ridge the book of the dramatic but little-known story of the 1943-44 Ramu Valley campaign in New Guinea that culminated in the battle for Shaggy Ridge. Drawing on the vivid recollections of over 140 veterans and the author’s own journeys in the region, the book brings to life Japan’s dogged defense of this razorback ridge and how they resisted the Australians for over four months.  

Tuesday 14th  Club Business Meeting 6.00 for 6.15pm start

Our Club Business Dinner meeting is where members are welcome to become involved in the running of the club as well as keeping well informed on what we are up to as a club. Ideas and thoughts are welcomed. 

Tuesday 21st  Bobbio Restaurant – 6.00 for 6.30pm start

 

Tuesday 28th Vocational Visit

 

For information or dates of future meetings head to our Calendar