Red Shield 2019

Once again, the Rotary Club of Brisbane Mid-City fielded a strong team of five for the annual Salvation Army Red Shield Door Knock Appeal in the western suburbs of Brisbane last Sunday morning.  Keith Carl and Collin Myers drove groups of Brisbane Boys College boys who collected donations door to door.  Susanne Green, Michael Evans and Rod Thorburn provided administrative services at the college as the boys returned with their collections.

 

Red Shield 2019

Clean Up Australia Day 2019

Sunday 3 March 2019 is Clean Up Australia Day. This event is one of the annual community service activities undertaken by members of The Rotary Club of Brisbane Mid-City.  We have registered Arnwood Street Park, Annerley QLD, with Clean Up Australia as the site coordinated by our club.

The club's motto is "Serving locally and globally to create positive, lasting change in the world".  We believe that Clean Up Australia Day is a fantastic opportunity for everyone to be involved in a community service which has an immediate and lasting impact on our environment. 

Everyone is welcome to join this event – Rotarians, Rotaractors, friends, family, work colleagues, potential members or anyone from the community who is looking for a positive way of showing we care for our beautiful city.
 
Registered volunteers are meeting  at Arnwood Street Park (near C&K Arnwood Place Community Childcare Centre) 21 Arnwood Place Annerley at 9:00am.
Register online at https://www.cleanupaustraliaday.org.au/register/Arnwood-Street-Park--Annerley 
The event coordinator is Neil Dickson.

Lift the Lid Ball Success

Thanks to the Rotary Club of Brisbane Mid-City's inaugural Lift the Lid Ball, Australian Rotary Health will have several thousand dollars more to devote to mental health research.

Donations are still being received in the aftermath of the madcap night of outrageously fun Rotarians and Rotaractors and their guests.

The club's successful initiative was held on Saturday 2 June at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Chief instigator President Ross Humphries and organiser Lisa Bateson, backed by Tim Adikari and Neil Dickson, Mid-City brought together an evening of fine food and wine. The high quality 22-piece Queensland Youth Orchestras Big Band blasted off the night and kept the momentum going for the dancing. Long standing Rotarian and a director of Australian Rotary Health, Des Lawson, inspired everyone there to support the organisation's mental health research projects.

Generous donors provided prizes galore - for the best, worst and craziest hat (wearing a hat was mandatory), and for the well supported raffle (every winning ticket was purple!).

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Come to the Lift the Lid Ball Sunday 2nd June

Lift your Lid to support Mental Health Research through Rotary.

Lift the Lid

Saturday 2nd June, 2018 7pm

Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, South Brisbane

Tickets: $95/head; or $75/students

Tickets Include:

drink & canapes on arrival

2 course dinner, tea coffee, Cash Bar

All proceeds to Australian Rotary Mental Health Research

Dinner and Entertainment, Prizes for Costumes and Hats

Sponsors:

Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

Stratus Financial Group

Sense of Taste, Portside

Workshop 14, Hamilton Harbour

Click here for Lift the Lid Ball Flyer

For tickets please click here for EventBrite. 

Click here for our Event Facebook page

Cleanup Australia Day

Members of our club coordinatored by fellow member Tim Adikari participated in Cleanup Australia Day this year.  We were joined by local members of the community, Rotaractors and even past members!  Pictured below Kym Elston from Brisbane Rivercity Rotaract Club, Member Ben Warren and his clan, past member Paul Kennedy and members Bruce Clarke and Tim Adikari.

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Below members Tim Adikari, Lisa Bateson and Stephanie Ford from the local Norman Creek landcare group who went to school with Lisa!!!!!! 

Lisa

 

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