Our Club’s Latest Happenings
4th July 2018
The club attended a park dedication for Jenny Fourez who worked at our local Bunnings store & did an incredible job of looking after all the local community groups with their fundraising BBQ’s at the store.
Sadly last year she was killed in a car accident & the community got behind the idea of having the park next to the store named after her. She did so much for the community & will be greatly missed.
2nd July 2018
Today some of our members helped install some artwork in the children’s playground in the Caboolture Hospital’s Outpatients.
2nd July 2018
Today the club held a tree planting ceremony at the All Abilities Playspace at the CREEC centre in Rowley Rd, Burpengary. This park has been an ongoing project of the clubs & is an excellent facility for the local community.
26th June 2018
Tonight was our club’s official changeover where we hand the reigns over to the incoming board. It was a great night with plenty of information for members and guests about what the club has achieved over the 2017/2018 year.
To see more images from the night, head to our Galleries or click here
19th June 2018
At tonight’s meeting we heard from Tony Long, President of Humanitarian Projects International and the amazing work they do over in Uganda & other locations around the world. Check out their FB page or website http://humanitarianprojectsinc.com/
At the meeting the club presented Tony with a box of prescription glasses that will go to Uganda for those less fortunate.
11th June 2018
This morning some our members headed back to the All Abilities Playspace at CREEC Burpengary to do some more planting of shrubs & trees as part of Rotary International President Ian Riseley’s wish for all Rotarians to plant trees. Doing some more again next month.
5th June 2018
At last Tuesday’s dinner meeting we had the fortune of having a presentation from amazing photographer Damian Caniglia. Damian spoke about his travel photography as well as the videography work he did for a group of volunteer optometrists that help the people of Nepal with their eyesight. http://eyes4everest.org.au/
If you are interested in seeing the work they do, have a look at this short video.
We also heard from local St Columban’s College student Charlotte Scott who has the amazing opportunity to go London soon to take part in the London Youth Science Forum. She will be 1 of 500 of the world’s top young science leaders from over 75 countries. Our club has helped her along the way with donations.
29th May 2018
The club headed out to the Caboolture Historical Village for a wonderful night where we were given a guided tour of the village & the amazing collection of buildings & artifacts. We were also treated to a very nice Thai dinner followed by some fun with a Trivia session from Rotarian John.
28th May 2018
The club attended & supported financially the annual Helping Hope Happen dinner & well done to the local Caboolture community in raising over $66,000 tonight for the regions school Chaplaincy program. It was a great night with excellent food from the Caboolture RSL, wonderful music from 2 St Columban’s students & incredible support from local businesses.
22nd May 2018
Tonight as part of our Vocational program we headed to the local radio station 101.5FM. Our club has been a big supporter of since it started 30 years ago. It was great to see all the new equipment they have installed & meet the wonderful crew they have there.