Club ticks off great projects

Central and North Burnett Times - - NEWS -

OVER the past year Ro­tary has sup­ported two stu­dents from Mun­dub­bera, Casey Bar­bour and Laura Maeyke, through the Youth Pro­gram of En­rich­ment; re­stored Bi­cen­ten­nial Park to its pre-flood con­di­tion; pre­sented a pride of work­man­ship award to Me­lanie Pope; and staged or helped stage many com­mu­nity events.

In­com­ing pres­i­dent Allen Jenkin has praised mem­bers and the out­go­ing board. He also in­vited all mem­bers to con­tinue with the high stan­dards set over the past 61 years. “We will con­tinue to sup­port our com­mu­nity in ev­ery way we can”. “My goal for 2014-15 is for our club to build our lo­cal pro­file and our mem­ber­ship.”

This year’s moto is Light Up Ro­tary, to get Ro­tary in the spot­light and let peo­ple know what the club is do­ing.

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