Taabinga Rotary Club has begun planning for its 10th annual Bookarama sale in Kingaroy … and it’s looking for books!
A charity dinner to help “Lift the Lid” on mental health issues – as well as the career of retiring Police Prosecutor Sgt Wayne Bushell – filled Kingaroy Town Hall on Saturday night.
Jenny Morgan’s been at it again … collecting bras for the ladies of Papua New Guinea, but this time she’s getting a helping hand from the Kingaroy Rotary Club.
A record number of caravans and campervans have pulled into the Murgon Showgrounds for this year’s Murgon Rotary Music Muster.
A funeral will be held next week for well-known cattle producer and local businessman Ray Black, 91, who died last Sunday.
Taabinga Rotary handed over the first of their cheques from the proceeds of this year’s Bookarama last week … a handy $1000 to the South Burnett Pantry in Kingaroy.
Bookarama is Taabinga Rotary Club’s major fundraiser for the year; it only lasts two days but the big weekend is months in the planning.
Kingaroy Rotary created four new Paul Harris Fellows at its recent changeover dinner held at the SBcare hall in Kingaroy.
Kingaroy bowlers will be feeling a little bit safer following a generous donation by Kingaroy Rotary.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington turned down an opportunity to visit the Chinchilla Watermelon Festival on Saturday so she could officially cut the ribbon on Kingaroy Rotary Club’s new camper trailer.
Kingaroy Golf Club and Nanango and Kingaroy SES now have access to potentially life-saving technology
Taabinga Rotary members took the opportunity of a visit to the Kingaroy Ambulance Station on Wednesday evening to divvy up the profits from the recent Bookarama.
Taabinga Rotary members are still counting the dollars after their “biggest ever” Bookarama at the weekend, but it looks like the club has raised about $13,000 from book sales.
Proceeds from this year’s Bookarama – Taabinga Rotary’s main annual fundraiser – will be split between three local causes.
Rotary Club of Murgon has been very busy recently, making donations to several very worthwhile organisations.
Eighteen Kingaroy State High School students who assisted at the Kingaroy Rotary Police Ball earlier this year were thanked on Tuesday for their efforts.
Christmas came a little bit earlier at SBcare in Kingaroy on Saturday night, with Kingaroy Rotary Club celebrating “Christmas In July” to help raise funds for the Kingaroy Girl Guides
The “Sky’s The Limit” Charity Ball held at Kingaroy Town Hall last month raised an amazing $43,976.66 for the RACQ CareFlight helicopter rescue service.
Taabinga Rotary Club has partnered with TAFE Qld South West to offer a “Responsible Service Of Alcohol” course to members of local service clubs, sporting groups and not-for-profit organisations at a greatly reduced price.
Everyone loves a chance to frock up and have a ball … and the latest fundraiser for the RACQ CareFlight helicopters held in Kingaroy at the weekend provided just that.
Kingaroy Rotary Club is making life a little bit safer by presenting five defibrillators to organisations located at strategic sites around Kingaroy.
There just three tables left to fill – as well as a couple of single or double spots – for the black tie “The Sky’s The Limit” charity ball at Kingaroy Town Hall on May 21.