Come Join us

Meeting

First and Third Thursday Evenings

of the Month

at Bribie Island Hotel

Sylvan Beach Esplanade, Bribie Island

6:00 to 8:00 pm

 

Markets

Brennan Park

Second Sunday

of Each Month

6:30 am to Midday

Phone   0406 373 218

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Here at Rotary Club of Bribie Island inc., we are driven by a single goal; to do our part in making the world a better place for all. We strive to build productive relationships and make a positive impact with all of our pursuits.

100% Paul Harris Club
DISTRICT 9620
Club Number: 25210
ABN 37 772 752 589

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With the annual change comes a new presidential theme and a new theme logos that accompanies the consistent Rotary branding. The theme however is much more than a logo: it is also gives a sense of direction and emphasis for that year building on previous themes, consistent with the Rotary Action Plan.

 

We all know that helping others is so much more personally satisfying and rewarding altruism is so much stronger than selfishness. The theme also demonstrates the scale of Rotary’s impact globally aiming not just to improve but change the lives of those served by Rotarians and Rotary.

 

Rotary members around the globe are serving humanity by providing clean water to underdeveloped communities, promoting peace in conflict areas, and strengthening communities through basic education and literacy and none more important than our work to eradicate polio worldwide. 

 

Presenting the theme, President Shekhar said that “Service is the rent we pay for the space we occupy on this earth”. His initiatives to Grow More to Do More and the membership drive of “Each One Bring One” all align with Rotary’s action plan ands goals.

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On Again in 2021
Sunday October    24th

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Making A Difference

Activities

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Market second Sunday of Each Month

Helping The Community

Market is situated at BRENNAN PARK,
TOORBUL St, BRIBIE ISLAND
Open 2nd. Sunday of each month (Wet or Fine)
Hours 6.30am - 12noon

If you would like to have your own stall, find out how easy it is by ringing Gillian  on  0406 373 218
 

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Hand washing saves lives

Hand Hygiene for Health

  Bribie Island Club aims to improve the lives of  children living in hygiene   poverty through its innovative  education and hygiene programs.

Tree Planting at Woorim Foreshore

Helping The Community

 Our Club is Involved with tree planting at Woorim Beach area as well as Rotary Park in that Area.

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DONATION IN KIND

What DIK is all about...

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The objectives of Donations in Kind are:

To receive requests for aid goods from Rotary Clubs and aid organisations in developing countries.
To receive goods from within Australia, from Rotary Clubs, schools, hospitals and other organisations for distribution to developing countries.
To match the goods received with the requests for aid goods wherever possible and to ensure that all goods are dispatched to appropriate areas of need.
To maintain records, facilitate customs declarations and transport arrangements.
To assist, if requested, Clubs and Districts to dispatch aid goods direct to recipient Rotary Clubs or aid organisations. >
To maintain the quality of the goods dispatched.
To minimise the cost of transport.
To maintain a close liaison with the Rotary Clubs and aid organisations at the receiving end so as to have an appreciation of their requirements and to minimise any problems that they may encounter.

Tree Planting at Woorim Foreshore

Helping The Community

 Our Club is Involved with tre planting at Woorim Beach area as well as Rotary Park in that Area.

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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.

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

End Polio Now

Reinforcing our Commitment

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Rotary has been working to eradicate polio for more than 30 years, and we’ve made incredible progress in the fight to rid the world of it forever.

As a founding partner of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative, we've helped to reduced polio cases by more than 99.9 percent.

It’s crucial to eliminate polio from the last three countries where it remains endemic and 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.

Would you like to support our efforts? Join us at a meeting or at the Markets.

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About Us

Here at Rotary Club of Bribie Island inc., we see the value in everyone. We want to be a catalyst for positive change, and since our beginnings in 1988, we’ve been driven by the same ideas we initially founded our Non Profit Organization upon:

Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.
Rotary’s Vision Statement

Rotary International

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PEACE POLES

. More than 200,000 have been placed in countries around the world. To celebrate 100 years of Rotary in Australia, it was planned to distribute 100 of these poles in Schools .Bribie Island State School and Bribie C & K Kindy both have a Peace Pole installed

“ Pride of Workmanship”

the sense of responsibility to do a job well,  

     [ Do it Once—Do it Well]

is one of the great intangible assets in our community.

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Mayor Peter Flannery, accompanied by Councillor Brooke Savige from the Morton Bay District Council, congratulated the Awardees and commented how impressed he was with the quality of awardees and how special the evening was.

The awards create an intangible asset in the Bribie Island community.

The keynote speaker for the evening was Steve Baker, Past President of the Rotary Club of Caboolture, who spoke about his photography career and related it to the idea of doing it once, doing it well.

Neil Black, Rotary District Governor, District 9600, presented the Pride in Workmanship Awards  assisted by Rotary Club President Bernie Wilson.

Awardees were-

Debra Dunn Bribie Island State School

Christine Clark U3A

Susan Brady Bribie Island Community Kindergarten

Amanda Waters Bribie Island High School

Dave Withers T S KOOPA

Shaye Lawrence Banksia Beach State School

Tammy Gale Bribie Island RSL

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