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Speakers
Erica Morgante
Apr 27, 2017
Home Instead
Club Member Bren Milson
May 04, 2017
On Various
Lance Edbrooke
May 11, 2017
'Happy Chappy"
Kate Mountford
May 18, 2017
Village of Light
Susie Longman
May 25, 2017
The Big Issue
Simon Flowerdew
Jun 01, 2017
Gold Coast Hospital Foundation
Mark Philpott
Jun 15, 2017
Tiny House Project
Anna Itkonen - President GECKO Environment Council
Jun 22, 2017
On the work of GECKO
 
 
Club Information

Welcome to Burleigh Heads Rotary, where visitors are always welcome.

Burleigh Heads Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 6:45 AM
Burleigh Heads Surf Club - level 2
57 Goodwin Terrace
Cnr Gold Coast Highway
BURLEIGH HEADS, QLD  4220
Australia
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You're invited to a Black Tie Charity Dinner to help End Polio in the World. 
Join us March 18 at 6.30pm in the grand ballroom at Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort. With special guest STEVEN BRADBURY, MC Ian Cousins, polio survivor Sue MacKenzie, local celebrities, Silent Auction Prizes, and Live Entertainment to keep you dancing the night away with 'Millenium Band.' This is 'the event' of 2017 to attend. Don't miss your chance to also win a spectacular $5000 diamond from My Jewelry Shop. 
Ticket price includes pre dinner drinks & canapes, unique entertainment, 2-course dinner, and 5-hour beverage package.
 

Tickets available NOW 

We aim to raise $35,000 from the dinner! Bill Gates is matching $2 for every dollar we make which could result in $100,000 being raised to End Polio Now. 
Hosted by Rotary Club of Burleigh Heads
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Make history today by supporting the last phase of eradicating the Polio virus from the face of the earth. So our children will be safe for life!
 
Join Bill Gates, Rotary & Mercedes Benz Gold Coast at Rotary Black Tie Charity Dinner!
 
When: Saturday 18th March 2017
 
Venue: Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort
 
Only 400 Seats at this must be seen gala event of the year to support a Global cause.
 
Please support Burleigh Heads Rotary
 
Book a table for your company, family & friends or an individual ticket at,www.goldcoasttickets.com.au 
 
What a great night we had at our changeover dinner! Joining many other clubs around the world we chose to ‘change the guard’ on 1 July of this year. We welcomed President Catherine Pevy-Trewartha in for the 2016-2017 Rotary year with almost a full house with 85 in attendance. We celebrated long into the night, the achievements and incredible year we had in our club.
 
Huge congratulations to all members of the club for a hugely successful and rewarding year. Super humans doing great things and good in the local community and globally.
 
Our club achievements this year surpassed the goals we set. We distributed almost $50,000 to local, international charities (grants included), and we also received a Gold Presidential Citation, one of 5 in the District out of 54 clubs. We also inducted two new members (Ron Mullins and Charles Kilby)- which brings the total to 13 new members in our club for the 2015-2016.
 
We welcomed our new board members into the new Rotary year and also launched our huge fundraiser for this year End Polio Gala Dinner being held on 1 October at Marriott Surfers Paradise.
 
Award Recipients on the Night
 
Paul Harris Fellow
 
Tenille King
Mick James
 
Outstanding Achievement and Dedication in Community Service
 
Bren Milsom for International and Mobility Scooter Project
David Ungar for Mobility Scooter Project
Rhonda Whitton for Public Relations
 
Milestone Achievements
Russell Thomson – 45 years of service
Richard Spencer – 25 Years of service
Julie Dimmock – 15 Years of Service
June Kusfop – 15 years of service
Anthony Zirilii – 10 years of service
Meredith Graham – 10 years of service
Morgan Rick – 10 years of service
 
Spirit of Rotary Award
Richard Spencer
 
 
Community Service Award
Nick Owens
 
4 Way Test
Russell Thomson
 
Service Above Self Club Award
Anthony Zirilli
 
Rotarian of the Year
Jacqueline Plaice
 
Great article in the latest RDU magazine, enjoy the read....go Burleigh Rotary!
 
“More and more young professionals are looking to make new friends that connect them with the local community. They want to do good. They want to be seen doing good. They want to get their
hands dirty, not sign cheques.” 
 
 
When new member Jennie joined our club we had no idea that it would lead to our club building a relationship with her favourite local community organisation helping and assisting children with disabilities at the Riding Develops Abilities centre in the beautiful Currumbin Valley. We presented a cheque to the RDA which goes towards funding 4 x children and the purchase of new riding helmets for the centre. We are looking forward to assisting this great facility for many years to come.
 
 

6 District Awards wins with the presentation of award certificates
 
 
 
It was great to have Karen Andrews and the girls from Burleigh Heads Kindergarten and Pre-School at our breakfast this morning. Burleigh Heads Rotary was successful in gaining funding for the children to have a place to play in all weather. Thank you Karen, for attending this morning's meeting and congratulations to all the fabulous team at the Kindergarten!!
 
We will be assisting the Kindergarten in the replacement and rebuild of outdoor verandah and pergola, later this year. A great project for us to get our hands dirty. 
 
 
We're a progressive, yet relaxed and friendly, group of men and women from all walks of life who work hard to do good things both in our community and beyond. We also have a lot of fun.
 
If you're thinking about joining our Club, we encourage you to visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/burleighheadsrotary1.
 
You'll find a lot of general information about Rotary and our Club HERE or by clicking on the image below. Email us at BurleighHeadsRotary@gmail.com.
 
We encourage you to join us for a breakfast meeting at the Surf Club, Mowbray Park, Burleigh Heads, at 7am on Thursdays. We'll even give you your first two breakfasts free.
 
 

Rotary International and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation have a fundraising partnership that will generate up to US$525 million for polio eradication as the global effort to end this disease enters its critical end-game phase.

Today, only 2 countries (Afghanistan and Pakistan) remain polio-endemic, down from more than 125 countries in 1988. As long as a single child remains infected, children in all countries are at risk of contracting polio.

We really are that close to eradicating this crippling disease.

Hear Bill Gates talking about the work being done to rid the world of this crippling disease...and how close we are.

 

 

We're pretty excited. On the last Saturday of each month, we will get the opportunity to speak to those doing their shopping at Pacific Fair Shopping Complex.
 
This is a chance to tell everyone about the work being done by our Club and Rotary International. The very hardworking Rotaractors will also be joining us.
 
Here's two of our team and the Rotaractors on the first level outside Myer at the top of the elevators.
 
 
So if you see us at Pacific Fair, please say HI.
 
 
One of our Club's community projects is to organise a fleet of mobility scooters to be allocated to eligible people with a disability that means they are house-bound. The project aims to improve the quality of their lives and provide assistance to their carers and families.
To establish a pool of electric scooters to be leased for an annual fee of one dollar to eligible disabled people who might otherwise be virtually house bound, hopefully to improve the quality of their lives and provide assistance to their families and carers. - See more at: http://portal.clubrunner.ca/9793/SitePage/rotary-scooter-project#sthash.WKNVCNOZ.dpuf
To establish a pool of electric scooters to be leased for an annual fee of one dollar to eligible disabled people who might otherwise be virtually house bound, hopefully to improve the quality of their lives and provide assistance to their families and carers. - See more at: http://portal.clubrunner.ca/9793/SitePage/rotary-scooter-project#sthash.WKNVCNOZ.dpuf
To establish a pool of electric scooters to be leased for an annual fee of one dollar to eligible disabled people who might otherwise be virtually house bound, hopefully to improve the quality of their lives and provide assistance to their families and carers. - See more at: http://portal.clubrunner.ca/9793/SitePage/rotary-scooter-project#sthash.WKNVCNOZ.dpuf
To establish a pool of electric scooters to be leased for an annual fee of one dollar to eligible disabled people who might otherwise be virtually house bound, hopefully to improve the quality of their lives and provide assistance to their families and carers. - See more at: http://portal.clubrunner.ca/9793/SitePage/rotary-scooter-project#sthash.WKNVCNOZ.dpuf
To establish a pool of electric scooters to be leased for an annual fee of one dollar to eligible disabled people who might otherwise be virtually house bound, hopefully to improve the quality of their lives and provide assistance to their families and carers. - See more at: http://portal.clubrunner.ca/9793/SitePage/rotary-scooter-project#sthash.WKNVCNOZ.dpuf
To establish a pool of electric scooters to be leased for an annual fee of one dollar to eligible disabled people who might otherwise be virtually house bound, hopefully to improve the quality of their lives and provide assistance to their families and carers. - See more at: http://portal.clubrunner.ca/9793/SitePage/rotary-scooter-project#sthash.WKNVCNOZ.dpuf
To establish a pool of electric scooters to be leased for an annual fee of one dollar to eligible disabled people who might otherwise be virtually house bound, hopefully to improve the quality of their lives and provide assistance to their families and carers. - See more at: http://portal.clubrunner.ca/9793/SitePage/rotary-scooter-project#sthash.WKNVCNOZ.dpuf
To establish a pool of electric scooters to be leased for an annual fee of one dollar to eligible disabled people who might otherwise be virtually house bound, hopefully to improve the quality of their lives and provide assistance to their families and carers. - See more at: http://portal.clubrunner.ca/9793/SitePage/rotary-scooter-project#sthash.WKNVCNOZ.dpuf
If you would like to contact us about joining our Club or being a guest speaker, please email us at: BurleighHeadsRotary@gmail.com.  We also welcome visiting Rotarians.
 
We meet for breakfast at 6.45am for a 7am meeting. We are always finished our meeting by 8am.
 
We'd love to hear from you.
 
  
 
 
We are interested in hearing your story.
 
If you have a story that would interest a room full of hard working Rotarians with an interest in humanitarian projects, stories of importance to our community/region/world, or social/lifestyle issues, please contact BurleighHeadsRotary@gmail.com to make a time to come and talk to us.
 
We'll even provide you with a yummy breakfast plus the best view around of the sun rising over the surf and surfers at Burleigh Heads.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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