Next Club Meeting 5th Jan 2023

Mundingburra Rotary Club wishes everyone a very happy and enjoyable Festive Season and a wonderful and safe New Year for 2023.
Our next meeting is being held at the Townsville RSL on the 5th of January, at normal times.
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Meeting 1st Dec at Empire Hotel

Members and Guests, the meeting for the week of 1st December is being held at the Empire Hotel McIlwraith Street Sth Townsville 
Meeting 1st Dec at Empire Hotel Jim Baker 2022-11-29 14:00:00Z 0


Members and guests at a recent meeting of the club had the privilege to hear about one of the very hardworking and dedicated work being done by the Family Emergency Accommodation Townsville (FEAT) team in our city.
The Speaker was Mandy Thompson, CEO of FEAT, who provided an outline of the organization's charter, the work they do, and how they are funded, which all highlighted the importance of this team of dedicated people trying to make life easier for people in our community.
The services they provide can be summarised as:
  • Information, referral & advocacy
  • Crisis intervention
  • Referral to crisis housing & shelters
  • Emotional support
  • Support to sustain tenancies
  • Link to a range of broader assistance
  • Support services for children
However, a better explanation would be, the provision of long-term housing(when available), Homeless Services, No Interest Loans to those in need.
Most funds come from the Government, however, other groups in the community also provide valuable assistance with fundraising and support, especially the Sisters of Mercy who have supported them for many years.
Mundingburra Rotary has provided some financial assistance to the organization and are looking at other ways of support.
The  following Web link provides a more detailed outline of the wonderful work they do for our community
Thanks, Mandy for a great presentation and for allowing us to understand more of the work FEAT do.
F.E.A.T. Jim Baker 2022-11-29 14:00:00Z 0

End Polio


A major project of Rotary International is to assist with the goal of stopping Polio around the world. 
Below is some of the information on the progress todate.

What is polio?

Polio, or poliomyelitis, is a paralyzing and potentially deadly infectious disease that most commonly affects children under the age of 5. The virus spreads from person to person, typically through contaminated water. It can then attack the nervous system.

Learn more about the disease

Our goal

  • Rotary has been working to eradicate polio for more than 35 years. Our goal of ridding the world of this disease is closer than ever.

    As a founding partner of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative, we've reduced polio cases by 99.9 percent since our first project to vaccinate children in the Philippines in 1979.

    Rotary members have contributed more than $2.1 billion and countless volunteer hours to protect nearly 3 billion children in 122 countries from this paralyzing disease. Rotary’s advocacy efforts have played a role in decisions by governments to contribute more than $10 billion to the effort.

    Today, polio remains endemic only in Afghanistan and Pakistan. But it’s crucial to continue working to keep other countries polio-free. If all eradication efforts stopped today, within 10 years, polio could paralyze as many as 200,000 children each year.

    Explore the history of Rotary and polio eradication

By the numbers

  • $average cost to fully protect a child against polio

  • 430 million children in total vaccinated in 39 countries in 2017

  • $100 million cost to conduct polio surveillance worldwide


End Polio  Jim Baker 2022-11-03 14:00:00Z 0

Club meeting is off site this week 2nd June

The Mundingburra Rotary Club is meeting on Wednesday night this week at \Toms Tavern in a joint meeting with Thuringowa Central Rotary Club.
Back to the Townsville RSL the following week as normal.
Club meeting is off site this week 2nd June Jim Baker 2022-05-28 14:00:00Z 0

Helping our Environment


The club guest speaker last week was Sandra Richards who spoke of the important work going on with a company she is associated with, QPLUS, in turning waste wood and plastics into products that save polluting our environment.
Interestingly the company is based in Townsville and is working with other groups to encourage other likeminded groups to assist with making our planet a better place.
Sandra indicated plastic waste from farms has always created a problem for farmers, do they bury it, burn it, or find some other way to store it, however the new facility in Townsville can turn it into products that can be used in both commercial and private ways to replace chopping down trees. These products could be a simple as decking boards for household decks, to railway sleepers & fence posts, plus multiple other products.
Helping our Environment  Jim Baker 2022-05-06 14:00:00Z 0

Townsville Community Development Section

The club had the pleasure of Helene James from the City Council as a guest speaker for our meeting telling us all about the way the council works with the community on various activities – actually a large list overall.
(Club President Ryan Lacaze presenting a certificate of thanks to Helena.
The club also made a donation of $100 to  Australian Rotary Health for Mental Health research in appreciation of her talk to us.)
An enthusiastic Helena gave an overview of the team she is part of and then explained a number of their roles and the projects they are working with jointly with various community groups. These included the following, as they have too many to list  separately, 
Townsville Community Development Section  Jim Baker 2022-05-04 14:00:00Z 0

LYME DISEASE  – The Mystery


Last week our guest speaker, Fiona Richards, a person who had experienced the impact of LYME, gave a presentation that highlighted the challenges facing the many people in our population that suffer from what is very likely LYME, however medical professionals appear to be faced with deregistration if they indicate the person may have LYME.
Australia believes that it can only be acquired overseas, yet blood tests sent to international countries that do LYME testing, have confirmed many instances that the person has the LYME disease, whereas Australian testings claims when they do it, they also get a positive result but state it’s a false positive.  
Its clearly a controversial issue, and one that listening to the presenter, gives the impression that acknowledging this as a problem in Australia would create some other issues.
One of our members partners has also faced the same issue, and had to go overseas to be treated for the disease, which was extremely costly, but necessary to allow her to enjoy a good quality of life.
Overall, a very interesting and challenging presentation. Her presentation was supported by the information on Lyme Disease Association of Australia, which make good reading.
It should be noted however, some Australian medical papers indicate it’s a possibility that a person has got LYME in Australia,  but more likely symptoms of a problem closely resembling LYME.
A very interesting and thought provoking talk
LYME DISEASE  – The Mystery  Jim Baker 2022-02-06 14:00:00Z 0

Mundingburra Rotary next meeting 13th Jan 2022

Members and Guests, due to the festive season upon us, we are taking a meeting break and will resume at the Townsville RSL on the 13th January 2022.
The club wishes everyone a very happy and enjoyable festive period and hopes that the New Year achieves your desires. 
Take care and drive safely if travelling. And remember this time of the year is difficult for some people, so support them where possible.
Mundingburra Rotary next meeting 13th Jan 2022 Jim Baker 2021-12-08 14:00:00Z 0

Mundingburra Rotary EarlyAct Club Support

The Mundingburra Rotary Club are pleased to announce the formation of an EarlyAct club at Townsville Grammar School. This is for children under 12.
A formal presentation was held on Thursday 14th Oct to present the documentation to the School and two students representing the EarlyAct members.
Even prior to formally starting the club, these young members of the club took about raising funds for various worthwhile community needs and confirmed they are committed to helping to make life better for those in need.
Club President Ryan Lacaze, and our Club school Rep, Robert Tardiani, had the pleasure of presenting the clubs certificate to  the EarlyAct reps, Kalea and Kris under the watchful eye of Louise and Chris (Townsville Grammar staff).
Listening to the speeches by both Kalea and Kris, highlighted the great work they are doing in the school to promote community goodwill and led to great applause from the members present.
Townsville Grammar also hosts an Interact club and this new EarlyAct club will build on the good work the Interact Club has done and provide them a feeder group of keen students.
More photos of the night are below
Mundingburra Rotary EarlyAct Club Support Jim Baker 2021-10-20 14:00:00Z 0
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Club Meeting 23rd Sept is off site

The Club is meeting off site on, Thursday 23rd Sept. Its a vocational meeting to the SES in West End.
We are back at the RSL the following week.
Club Meeting 23rd Sept is off site Jim Baker 2021-09-17 14:00:00Z 0

Drug ICE Awareness NIght

The Rotary Club of Mundingburra are proud to be assisting Australian Anti Ice Campaign group with a presentation of the dangers of this drug with a community night on the 15th September. The attached brochure has all the details.

Drug ICE Awareness NIght Jim Baker 2021-09-09 14:00:00Z 0

Guide Dogs QLD and Mundingburra Rotary, a long association

Mundingburra Rotary Club has been a proud supporter of Guide Dogs QLD for over 60 years. We assisted with financial support for the first Guide Dog in QLD, which was based in Townsville. The recipient of this dog was Hubie Morris pictured below.
Guide Dogs QLD celebrated the opening of the new premises at Currajong on Tuesday 24th with an open day event involving many from our community. The Mayor of Townsville, Jenny Hill made special mention of the importance of Guide Dogs QLD to our community and also acknowledged the work that Mundingburra Rotary has provided to them for many many years.
Our Rotary club was proud to provide a BBQ lunch for the event and be part of this wonderful organisation.
Guide Dogs QLD and Mundingburra Rotary, a long association Jim Baker 2021-08-25 14:00:00Z 0

Rotary Myth Busters

Rotary - Busting the Myths!
It is common that many people don't always fully understand what we do and who we are in Rotary.

So we thought we'd share with you some answers to the TOP 9 myths we bump into out there in the community.
Thanks to Skipton RC
Rotary Myth Busters Jim Baker 2021-07-27 14:00:00Z 0

No Club meeting Thursday 29th July 2021

Mundingburra Rotary Club are attending a joint Rotary Clubs meeting at Mystic Sands on 28th July in place of our regular Club meeting on the 29th July. We return to our normal Venue, the Townsville RSL in Hermit Park from the 5th August.
No Club meeting Thursday 29th July 2021 Jim Baker 2021-07-24 14:00:00Z 0

President Changeover

The changeover of Club President, which we do each financial year, occurred at the Townsville RSL on 1st July amongst a large gathering of Club members and invited guests.
President Shane, and his wife Donna, (pictured on the left) handed over the Presidents collar, to the Club President for 2021-22, Ryan Lacaze, (pictured with his wife Jessica).

Prior to handing over, outgoing Pres Shane, awarded a number of members Paul Harris Fellows, (K Lee, J Johnson, N Andrews), they are a prized award for any Rotarian, an RI award to Bill Barber for his ongoing support for the Club, plus two other special annual club awards. On being the Geoff Maidens trophy to R Tardiani for the Rotarian who introduced most new members in the year, and also the valued George Kimlin award for the Rotarian of the Year, which went to A Ferolja. All  very worthy recipients.
Apart from the normal formalities of a special night, a couple of video presentations highlighted both the year that passed, and the activities involved, plus we finally caught up with the missing Cane Knife, which appears to have travelled far and wide, during its period of hostage from our club.
Overall a great night to not only celebrate the changing of the Presidents, but highlight the wonderful work that the Club has been involved with, despite the impact caused by the COVID situation. Helping the community both near and far.
President Changeover Jim Baker 2021-07-07 14:00:00Z 0

How to Eat an Elephant

Club members enjoyed an interesting presentation by David Grieve, a Melbourne author, and Doncaster Vic Rotarian, on his book, "How to Eat an Elephant".
Whilst the book is primarily about how to successfully manage a Business, his concepts can be applied to many applications in life, he gave a detailed outline of what you need to do to write, check, finalise, and print a book. And it involves a lot more than just those items if you want it to be published as a book available anywhere.
David donates all the funds he makes from the book, which can be purchased as a printed book, or an email version, to the Rotary Foundation, which highlights his endeavour to help less fortunate people in the world.
During his presentation it was interesting to see that his Rotary Club has similar projects as to our, especially in the way they have been supporting some of our less fortunate people in Timor Leste due to floods and other issues. 
Anyone wanting a copy of his book should contact the Rotary Club of Doncaster Victoria, who will no doubt be happy to pass on your details for his to call you back.
Thanks David for a very enjoyable night, and we all enjoyed your company and presentation.
How to Eat an Elephant Jim Baker 2021-05-31 14:00:00Z 0

Trivia Fundraiser

Mundingburra Rotarians are holding a Trivia & Treasure Night from 6.30pm 18th June at the St Matthews Church Hall, 6 Carmody St, Hermit Park QLD to assisting with raising funds  for the people of Timor Leste who where recently badly impacted by serious flooding in the area.
Food and Shelter is a major priority for them at the moment and we would like to provide some assistance to these people who are neighbours to Australia.
The area is also part of our Rotary District so we have a special bond with them. 
The entry fee is $15 per person BYO nibbles and drinks, and we guarantee you a good night.
RSVP by 11th June via email to
Trivia Fundraiser Jim Baker 2021-05-23 14:00:00Z 0

The Great Cane Knife Debate

The annual Hinchinbrook/Mundingburra Cane Knife Debate was held at Ingham on Wednesday  night 12th May with 22 Mundingburra Rotarians going north in a Bus for the fun night.
The debate is a fun night, and as usual had a few anchors thrown around. The actual Cane Knife has been stolen (misplaced we understand) by another Club, which lead to Hinchinbrook President initially refusing to allow the visiting team to have a meal until the original knife was returned. Naturally it was only part of the friendly banter and theatre for the night.
The debate was clearly won by Mundingburra, who naturally had a non biased view, however the final decision went to the Hinchinbrook Club as the winners for the night.
The combined Hinchinbrook and Mundingburra debate teams. 
Thanks to Hinchinbrook for a great night of fellowship. 
The Great Cane Knife Debate Jim Baker 2021-05-19 14:00:00Z 0

Flourishing Women

A special thanks to Prof Ajay Rane OAM (Left) and Dr Kaveshan Pather (Right side)  for providing the Club members with a most entertaining presentation on what is clearly a major health matter for the ladies of our world.
Professor Rane, and very proud Townsvillian (as he calls himself), has dedicated a good part of his medical life to improving the welfare of Women both within Australia and also overseas.
Dr Rane is a medical doctor and Urogynaecology specialist who is committed to eradicating Women’s Health issues in the developing world.
To further this goal he has established a  charitable foundation, FLOURISHING WOMEN. Flourishing Women - Flourishing Women.
Prof Rane and Kav, we sincerely thankyou for giving us part of your day to share the work you are both doing to improve the lifes of many women in the world.
Flourishing Women Jim Baker 2021-05-05 14:00:00Z 0

Welcome to New Members

Mundingburra Rotary Club welcomes Premi, Grant and Jim as new members of our club.
Welcome aboard and hope you enjoy helping our community.
Welcome to New Members Jim Baker 2021-05-05 14:00:00Z 0

Mundingburrra Rotary supporting Canteen Bandana program

Our club is proud to be supporting the fundraising efforts of CANTEEN (an organization setup to assist our youth  (12-25) who are experiencing cancer). This wonderful organization assists with the moral and mental health of our especially important younger members of the community.
Members have participated in purchasing CANTEEN Bandana’s  in support of their Bandana Day fundraiser to help this important organisation who do a wonderful job for our youth with cancer.
Mundingburrra Rotary supporting Canteen Bandana program Jim Baker 2020-11-11 14:00:00Z 0

Compassionate Friends Meeting


Our Rotary Club was privileged to have Alex Whitney speak to the members about the Compassionate Friends organisation. This wonderful group of people are a gathering of people who have lost a child, irrespective of the child’s age at death and the cause of the death, and is an organisation independent of any religious, philosophical or government body.
In presenting Alex spoke of her personal and tragic loss, and that Compassionate Friends is a mean that assists people facing similar issues, to be able to talk with like minded people in a special way.
Her talk was very moving and appreciated by the Club. It’s a great organisation that originated in the UK, and has provided a vital means for helping people in similar situations.
Compassionate Friends Meeting  Jim Baker 2020-11-11 14:00:00Z 0

Melbourne Cup Night

For the 30 years, the Mundingburra Rotary Club has held a special event to celebrate the Melbourne Cup. It’s a very social night with members, and lots of friends, dressing up, and hoping to maybe share in any Cup Raffles.
The major event of the night is our very special Tony Wode, and very well known local race caller, who has made this a special night for us every year with a fantastic phantom race call. His ability to put  everyone in the mood, and make them feel they are actually at the race, which was not being held for a number of days later, is beyond belief. His excited call is so well done, the cheering and suspense has everyone joining in and enjoying the night. He is brilliant.
Tony is an Honorary Member of our club, and has been for a number of years, and in appreciation of his 30 years of helping our club  with this event, the club had our President, Shane Smith, present him with a Paul Harris award.  The Paul Harris award allows clubs to donate $1,000 US to the Rotary Foundation on a person’s behalf. This money is then used to assist humanity projects around the world.
Paul Harris was a founder of Rotary International and it is a very special award for a club to make to a person. Tony’s commitment to community values was also highlighted with a decision he made 30 years ago, which he still applies today, that our donation to him is forwarded to the City OF Townsville Christmas fundraiser for needy people.
Melbourne Cup Night Jim Baker 2020-11-04 14:00:00Z 0

Rotary helping our Community

The Suprise.
Rotary Clubs around Australia do a wonderful job in assisting people in our communities as well as those in overseas places where our standing of living is much higher than some third world countries.
The story below is one of where three of our Townsville Rotary Clubs have worked together, with others in our City to achieve a new vehicle for a family doing it really tough.
Just take a few minute to read the following outline of what we called Project Devlin, to reach an outcome that highlights the compassion we have for those a little less fortunate than ourselves. 
Project Devlin was born when the Southern Cross Catholic College wrote to Mundingburra Rotary club seeking community assistance for a family whose son attends the school.
Devlin is a resilient young man in year 9 at Southern Cross. At the tender age of 8 he was diagnosed with bone cancer resulting in the loss of the lower half of his right leg. Following his surgery, Devlin and his family had to relocate to Brisbane for him to undertake pediatric oncology for 12 months.
The family  has since returned home to Townsville, where he regularly needs ongoing treatment, and three weeks ago had further surgery to his lower amputation.
Elvira is a single mum raising two children Devlin and Zita, and she is classified as Devlin’s full time carer. 12 months ago her 20 year old car gave up the ghost to the point the vehicle was scrapped. Since then she has been relying upon the gracious help of a neighbour to lend her a car.
Mundingburra Rotary proposed Project Devlin as a community service mission for our club to adopt. The plan included a financial contribution from Elvira herself, financial support of RC of Townsville, and RC of Townsville Sunrise as project partners, and an application for a Rotary Australia Compassionate Grant, and of course the RC of Mundingburra as project managers to purchase a new vehicle.
To satisfy their transport needs we identified the Mitsubishi Outlander as an ideal solution to accommodate Devlin’s wheelchair being the main issue for the family, and subsequently approached Pickerings Mitsubishi who assisted us for the supply of a new Outlander. 
See over for more photos of the handover event which occurred on Saturday 17th October 2020
Rotary helping our Community Jim Baker 2020-10-20 14:00:00Z 0


ICE - The horror drug

Past District Governor presenting Certificates of thanks to Glen and Andrea
Our thanks to the wonderful ambassadors from AAIC (Australian Anti ICE Campaign) for spending a few hours at night with our club to share the issue of the power of just one trial of ICE can do to hook people of all ages into a life of hell.
AAIC is primarily concerned with addressing the dangers with school children, however the message is very clear that regardless of age, this drug is something that no body should try even once.
Once you learn of (a) what chemicals often go into this evil drug – Main drain cleaner, and house dangerous chemical, (b) the way it links to the brain and takes over your ability to control yourself, you have to ask why would anyone use it.
Peer pressure and often false statements of how it can help you in difficult times, or to loose weight, are all things to avoid.
And to hear from a person who was an addict, and learn what happened to her life, and especially what she ended up having to do to fund her addiction, you really see that this product is one to avoid at all costs.
For people not able to attend the meeting, or maybe are reading this page from elsewhere, have a look at the two videos on the AAIC web page, the information will most likely shock you as it did to us attending the presentation.
The message needs to be spread far and wide to try and put a stop to innocent people making snap decision from false information, that will later create havoc for your body, your mind, your relationships with family and friends, and most likely will end us with you having a criminal record or loss of life.
Thanks to Glen and Andrea for a real understanding of this terrible drug,
ICE - The horror drug Jim Baker 2020-10-15 14:00:00Z 0

Off Site Meeting 22nd Oct

The Rotary Club of Mundingburra will be meeting at the Townsville Yacht Club on Thursday 22nd October. Our special guest is the our Rotary District Governor. We will be returning to the Townsville RSL the following week(30th Oct)  for our special annual Melbourne Cup night.
Visitors are welcome however due to catering needs prior advice is needed to ensure we can seat any additional attendees,, and arrange a meal.
Please contact the Secretary on the phone numbers on the home page if you want to attend.
Off Site Meeting 22nd Oct Jim Baker 2020-10-15 14:00:00Z 0

Porsche Australia Tasmania Targa

Last week, the Club had a very interesting presentation by  Mark  Bogiatzis, on the Porsche Australia Tasmania event, which Mark has participated in  a number of times. Mark a proud local businessman, outlined in a very open and fun way the way the event is organised and run, and explained his enjoyment of being part of this event which has allowed him to not only enhance his driving skills, but also meet some wonderful people from around Australia and the world.
A dot point of his comments follow on the next page. 
Porsche Australia Tasmania Targa Jim Baker 2020-10-14 14:00:00Z 0

Club Visit to SES Townsville

Our Vocational visit to the Townsville SES highlighted the fantastic facility that our community has for assisting with issues relating to Cyclones, Bush Fires, Search & Rescue, floods and support for motor vehicle accidents.
The centre provides a base for not only the SES, but also the Fire Brigade, and Rural Fire Brigades but also various Emergency groups. The centre not only houses a variety of items of equipment needed to cover the various events that might arise, but also contains a well resourced training facility for keeping new and existing staff up to speed.
More photos below.
Club Visit to SES Townsville Jim Baker 2020-09-05 14:00:00Z 0

Bunnings BBQ Day

Thanks to Bunnings for the opportunity to allow us to participate in a Saturday Bunnings day on the 29th August. It was a great day raising funds for our community as well as providing a great deal of fellowship to our volunteers. 
The Bunnings Supervisor ensured that we complied with all COVID issues as personal and community safety is also paramount within our club.

The afternoon crew after close  of the day and acknowledging  one
members birthday milestone With a balloon and cake.
Bunnings BBQ Day Jim Baker 2020-09-03 14:00:00Z 0

Club Meeting 3rd Sept is Off site

Members and Guests,
The clubs meeting on Thursday 3rd Sept is a vocational visit to the SES in Ingham Road. any guests wanting to attend to advise the Secretary for attendance and catering purposes.
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Townsville Grammar School Interact Club

Visiting Members of the Townsville Grammar School Interact Club
with  Mundingburra Rotary President Shane Smith
and Past District Governor Robert Tardaini
Three students from the Townsville Grammar School’s Interact Club attended our meeting and provided a wonderful overview of the work they are doing as students to build a good community support base for various projects they are undertaking.
They do various projects to fund raise so they can assist with a number of activities to support vulnerable and needy people. They are also working on how to assist young people in Timor Leste (one of our close neighbours to Australia). One upcoming fundraiser will involve a Car Wash event, which many of our Rotary Club members have agreed to also attend and pay for a wash as many mentioned they hadn’t been too busy to wash their own vehicles.
Presentations were given by the Interact Club President, the Interact Treasurer, and one other, outlining the work they are doing.
As possible future leaders of our community, it was gratifying to see that our youth have the community at mind at this incredibly young stage in life.
Out thanks to the teacher who accompanied them to our meeting, and also to the students themselves for sharing personal time with us.
Townsville Grammar School Interact Club Jim Baker 2020-08-25 14:00:00Z 0

Peter Wheeler Presentation

President Shane, presenting certificate of appreciation to Peter.
Peter Wheeler, of Colliers Townsville, provide an excellent update to the club members about the property market in our community. His talk covered the Commercial, Retail, Housing, and  Unit markets in an easy to understand manner.
The overall view he provided was the despite the issues impacting Townsville from the floods, and now the Corona Virus, the market was generally showing very positive signs.
He also provided a good outlook on they way things are likely to go with the increased focus on rebuilding the CBD.
A wonderful talk and one that was encouraging, especially as a lot of people only see the negative side of the problem around us.
Thanks, Peter, for a nice brief on our community from a property perspective.
Peter Wheeler Presentation Jim Baker 2020-08-25 14:00:00Z 0

Onsite meetings Suspended due to COVID

Due to gathering restrictions with the Corona Virus, the Sun Hotel is unable to host us at this time. Our meetings will be held via Zoom until further notice. Please phone the Club Secretary if you would like to participate in a meeting with us.
Onsite meetings Suspended due to COVID Jim Baker 2020-08-05 14:00:00Z 0

Mundingburra Rotary Club welcomes 3 New Members

The Rotary Club of Mundingburra welcomes Phil Gordon, Ian Corney & Ryan Lacaze, formerly members of the Rotary Club of Townsville South West to our club. The new members were all sponsored by PDG Robert Tardiani and inducted by President Shane Smith at a small function on 2nd July which was also zoomed to all club members.
Phil Gordon, Ian Corney & Ryan Lacaze accepting their inductions to the club.
Mundingburra Rotary Club welcomes 3 New Members Jim Baker 2020-07-06 14:00:00Z 0

Congratulations to Bill Barber

The Mundingburra Rotary Club acknowledges the Australian Government Certificate of Appreciation for Australian Volunteers 2020, that was recently awarded to Rotarian Bill Barber for his work over many years to assist our local community.
Congratulations Bill, a well deserved award for your contributions over many years. 
Congratulations to Bill Barber Jim Baker 2020-07-06 14:00:00Z 0

Venue Change 4th July

As our normal club meeting venue is unavailable this week (Thursday 4th July) we are meeting at the normal times at Seagulls Resort, 74 The Esplanade, Belgian Gardens.  (access is via Primrose Street.
Venue Change 4th July Jim Baker 2019-06-10 14:00:00Z 0

Club Meeting  5th July 2018

The Club meeting this coming week will be at the Centenary Hotel, French street, Pimlico. ^pm for 6.30pm start
Club Meeting  5th July 2018 Jim Baker 2018-07-02 14:00:00Z 0

Trivia Night 30th October

Trivia Night (Fund raiser for Mental Health)
The Club are holding our yearly Trivia Night on Friday 30th October to raise funds for Australian Rotary Health. a major part of the funds actually go towards mental health which is a major issue of concern with our communities.
The night, being held at THE VENUE in Flinders street is open to members of the public and is a family night.
Anyone wishing to attend can call the club secretary, as listed above in the WEB page headings, for further information.
It will a great night some come along and have some fun whilst helping raise funding for a very important topic.
Trivia Night 30th October Jim Baker 2015-10-11 00:00:00Z 0

Congratulations on 47 Years of service to Rotary

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The Rotary club of Mundingburra congratulates Fred Gillham on 47 years of service to the community via Rotary.  Fred,  also has 18 years as a member of our club, and has has been a huge contributor to the club during his membership. His wealth of knowledge  from his well travelled life  has provided members with many wonderful stories and events that he has seen around the world.  His personal contributions to Rotary have been huge and this has in part been reflected by him being a multiple Sapphire member of the Paul Harris Fellow  Rotary recognition system (PHF).
Like all good members Fred has been well supported by his wife Janet (also a PHF person) and we thank you both on the achievement of 47 years in Rotary. Service above Self is a good term to describe Fred.
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5th March Club Meeting

Past President John Hall provided members with an excellent overview of the expectation members are looking for, and should be offered, by a person chairing a club meeting. John reminded members of the important steps and asked that we all understand that its about our members and not our personal views. Also keep it short and to the point and you will find the audience listening rather than get sleepy. Try and finish on time, some members have other commitments, and there is always time after the meeting for catching up with a speaker on other items.
New Member Induction
Another very important part of the meeting was having the President Elect - Paul Barker-Hudson induct  Allan Anderson to the club as a new member. Allan has a very long and proud association with Rotary in former clubs and we look forward to participating with him moving forward. Welcome Allan.Sponsor Peter Kaye welcoming Alland his daughter Lisa
Photo: PP Peter Kaye welcoming Allan, with his daughter Lisa,  to the Club
5th March Club Meeting Jim Baker 2015-03-09 00:00:00Z 0

Meeting of the 19th Feb - Paleo

One of the wonderful things about being a Rotarian is having the opportunity to visit various organisations or places, to better understand our local community. This week the club held their meeting the Paleo Cafe in Townsville to gain an insite in to the background behind this cafe concept.
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Like to Know more about Kith & Kin

Kith & Kin is a rather interesting organization doing lots of excellent work within our community. Have a read of our Weekly Bulletin 19th Feb, access via links on the left hand side of the Home page.  or Check our their web site via the link in the Bulletin.
Really interesting insight to this previously unknown band of people doing a wonderful job in the local community.
Like to Know more about Kith & Kin 2015-03-03 00:00:00Z 0

Forthcoming Speakers Program

Like to know more about what we do as Rotarians? Then come along to a meeting, Visitors and Guests, are always most welcome. A courtesy call to the Secretary is helpful for catering purposes however not essential.

Our program of coming speakers is listed below via the "Read More" link.

Forthcoming Speakers Program Jim Baker 2015-02-15 00:00:00Z 0
5th Feb Meeting speaker - My Journey to the Election - Scott Stewart 2015-02-15 00:00:00Z 0

LIke to know what Mundingburra Rotary does for our Community?

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The Rotary club of Mundingburra have been very active in supporting the local community organisations within Townsville, surrounding areas, and also overseas projects. The club is proud to be an part of assisting some of the special groups that are in need of support that can be achieved within our limited financial and labour means. Some projects are partnering groups with weekly sausage sizzles, to assist them to raise funds without the need to arrange purchase and equipment for the designated days, whereas others might involve donations of funds or assistance with labour.
Details of some of the groups we have supported are listed below.
LIke to know what Mundingburra Rotary does for our Community? 2015-01-30 00:00:00Z 0
15th Jan Meeting - Jonothan Pope 2015-01-26 00:00:00Z 0
18th Dec 2014 Meeting 2015-01-17 00:00:00Z 0
8th Jan 2015 meeting review Jim Baker 2015-01-10 00:00:00Z 0
Quote of the Week - Who Said It? Jim Baker 2014-10-30 00:00:00Z 0
Thought for the Week - Who Said It? Jim Baker 2014-10-30 00:00:00Z 0
Mark Your Calendars! Jim Baker 2014-10-30 00:00:00Z 0

Security and Integrity of Your Data

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ClubRunner secures all your private information using the latest security technologies. Hosted in a world class data centre with redundant power, Internet backbones and 24/7 security and monitoring, you can rest assured that your club data is safe and protected. Your members' contact information is secured behind unique logins and passwords. Access to information is also restricted, for example, a member can only view the list of members, but can modify his or her own personal information.

Data on the server is protected by TCP/IP filtering, firewall and anti-virus software that protect against any unauthorized intrusion. Backups of data are made daily and stored off-site.

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