Not just the local community but the world wide community as well?
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
Our 2017/2018 Board
Left to right: Steve Baker (Public Relations), John Owen (Vocation), Charles Guesdon (International & Foundation), Peter Brown (Membership), Shane Moon (Club Service), Riana Botha (President), Bob Hills (Treasurer), Chris Sharp (Secretary), Lurline Wylie (Youth), Rosemary Worthington (Community), Rob Wylie (Vice President)
This years Rotary International Presidents theme is
If you would like to know more about this years theme, click on the link
Rotary International President’s Dinner
The club recently had the honour to host a Gala Dinner for Rotary International President Ian Riseley and his wife Juliet.
To view the images from the night click on the link. President Dinner Gallery
If you want to catch up on what Rotary Caboolture has been up to recently, 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
Rotary Youth programs for students and young people can be found at YOUTH PROGRAMS
Our upcoming Bunnings BBQ’s at the Morayfield Store:
Saturday 7th April
Thursday 10th May
Sunday 3rd June
For information on any of our upcoming events click on the link UPCOMING EVENTS
We meet every TUESDAY. Venues and dates are specified below.
Please RSVP to Shane Moon 0421359959 for every meeting
We meet on TUESDAYS using venues in the following order through the month
(1) CABOOLTURE RSL Cnr of Beerburrum Rd & Hasking St. Parking at rear & across roads. 6.00pm for 6.15pm start Dinner meeting.
(2) Club Business Dinner Meeting 6.15pm.
(3) CABOOLTURE RSL 6.00pm for 6.15pm 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.
Tuesday 6th Caboolture RSL – 6.00 for 6.15pm start
Tonight we will be hearing from a number of local students giving a presentation from our National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) and various other program representatives.
Tuesday 13th Caboolture Sports Club – Board Meeting 6.00 for 6.15pm start
This Board meeting will be held upstairs in the clubs Board Room above the entertainment room and is open to all members.
Tuesday 27th Caboolture RSL – 6.00 for 6.15pm start
Tonight Paul Garcia, Vice President of the Abbey Museum at Ningi will be giving us an update on the future Abbey Village to be built at Ningi, this project should be a huge tourism boost to our region.
Starting from April, the club will be holding our dinner meetings at another venue.
We will be meeting at The Central Tavern (formally Shaun’s Tavern) 19 – 21 Northshore Drive, Burpengary.
Tuesday 3rd Central Tavern – 6.00 for 6.15pm start
Tonight’s guest speaker will be Dr Ron Palmer who will be talking about the “hidden-side of medical research” and use examples of oxygen washout therapy for the diver’s bends, development of Box Jellyfish antivenom and the discovery of Irukandji.
Tuesday 10th Club Business Dinner 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 Central Tavern – 6.00 for 6.15pm start
Tonight we will be hearing from Renae Woodforth from Cura Cares. Cura Cares offers Home Care packages of all levels & Renae will be letting us know what they have to offer those at most need. It should be an interesting evening as we are all getting older or have older members of our families.