Queenscliffe Rotary says goodbye
We're very sad to announce that Queenscliffe Rotary will be winding up at the end of June.
However, we're not leaving quietly.

Outdoor gym equipment

Our outdoor gym equipment project is almost complete with the official opening ceremony to be held when COVID-19 restrictions allow. This has been a mammoth bureaucratic undertaking and many thanks to Peter Deacon for the concept and seeing it to completion. Funding for the project was provided by the Victorian Government's Pick My Project program, the Federal Government's Stronger Communities program, the Borough of Queenscliffe and our club. The Borough of Queenscliffe managed the project in consultation with Rotary.
Point Lonsdale and Queenscliffe now have some wonderful exercise equipment available to all. Come and give it a try!
 

African drums for the community musical instrument library

Sales of who gives a crap toilet paper raised $1000 for the purchase of a set of African drums for Point Lonsdale Primary School's community musical instrument library. Thanks to everyone who bought some toilet paper, you've helped the environment by buying recycled paper, global sanitation projects supported by who gives a crap and the local community.
 
 

Defibrillator for Point Lonsdale community hall

Point Lonsdale community hall now has a public access defibrillator, purchased with funds from last year's Queenscliffe Bricks.
 
 

15 amazing years

Here's a celebration of the club's achievements over the last 15 years.
 
 
Contact secretary Marianne Deacon for more information on 0439 402 722.