at Regents on the Lake, Toowoomba , 4350
Our Rotary Club is very active! Our club meets every Friday morning (excl. Public holidays) at Regents on the Lake, cnr Perth and Mackenzie Streets.
We have a lot of fun and fellowship raising monies for worthwhile causes and undertaking many local community projects such as gardens, youth activities and camps and raising funds for local organisations. As well as international projects like the eradication of polio and malaria, clean water projects and education. We appeal to community minded people keen to be involved with a friendly group. Our members and partners are involved in many activities both socially and in caring for the local community.
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Only 241 days till we set off to our favourite fishing destination. Who's coming?
Sausage Sizzle happening at queens Park today!
Rotary International Foundation news A record-setting year Owing to the leadership and financial support of Rotarians around the world, 2013-14 was a record-setting year for our Annual Fund. Preliminary results suggest that more than $250 million was contributed to help change lives locally and in communities around the world. Thank you!
At tomorrow's meeting Dave Rutter will talk about the water project in Peru, and show us what a difference our water filters are and will make to the lives of the people in the region of Piura. We will have Rotary wine and Helping Hands t-shirts up for sale, so pelase bring some mula and help support the funding for this project.
DID YOU KNOW it is not too late to make a difference to children's lives in Peru? There are two ways you can do this. Simply purchase some of our Rotary Wine, and a percentage of the profits turns that wine into water. Or easier still you can make a direct donation. If you want to see how your donation has and will help children in Peru, then come along to our meeting on 4th July, to hear David Rutter talk all about his trip and the fabulous water filter project.
Fancy getting your hands dirty for a good cause? Our club is supporting a Working Bee, this Saturday 3rd May 8:30am – 1:00pm, for Mercy Family Services. We aim to establish a sensory garden for children in care. Volunteers: Meet at 104 South St from 8:30 on wards. To Bring: Garden Gloves, weeding/gardening tools. To wear: Hat, sunscreen, closed in shoes, long sleeves, and long trousers. We need: A couple of chainsaws for the pine trees (please bring safety equipment) Two trailers for rubbish Wheel barrows We are going a general clean-up of the yard, weeds, overgrowth, rubbish etc. For more information reply to this message, or call Tiffany on 0448 431 763. (if needed we may do Sunday as well)
As of today we have 17 teams in our golf day. Thank you to all our club members and others for supporting a great cause - Rotary Overseas Medical Aid for Children. If you are still looking to put in a team, volunteer, or donate a raffle prize/team prize/player bag merchandise, please contact Tiffany Hardy by COB today. Thank you.