Welcome to the Rotary Club of Mitchelton

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Club News
What a stellar meeting held this week!! The agenda was packed with exciting topics, including a new strategic plan for the Club, updates on the international water project, and confirmation of the Blackwood Halloween event. On top of that, three Paul Harris awards were presented to very deserving volunteers and club members. Seeing such outstanding leadership and dedication to the community is always inspiring. 
With great sadness, we announce the passing of long-serving Rotary Club member Col Dash on Monday, July 3rd, 2023, at the St Vincent Aged Care nursing home on Church Road in Mitchelton. 

Col was 87 and moved into St Vincent aged care home to support his wife, Brenda 92, a retired schoolteacher. The couple had been married for over 61 years and lived in the same house since marriage in Gaythorne. Col had a long and distinguished career, working for the Queensland Health Department in marketing and promotion, with his last office at the RNA exhibition precinct in Brisbane. His retirement in 1986 gave way for him to take up the role of club presidency, which he held three times over the years through hard times and good. Col was a member of the Mitchelton Rotary club for 53 years and held multiple board positions over the years, including foundation chair, honorary member and has been awarded 3 Paul Harris Fellow pins. Col was a very active member of his community, and his contributions to the local club were immeasurable. He was involved in various projects, from developing the club's membership history to running the local Probus. He was also instrumental in contributing with hands-on support with the Brookside art show that ran for over 10 years, cancer fund door-knocks for 10-plus years, charity events, and paint your heart out projects.
Hi Community!!
Saturdays tree planting event to celebrate 100 years was a great success, a combined total of 211 plants found new homes with contributions from community, individuals and council. A huge thankyou to all the volunteers that came along to help! A big shout out to club member and community leader Ian Cameron for coordinating another positive eco friendly event that reflects not just his personal passion but that of Rotary too, to strengthen the conservation and protection of natural resources, advance ecological sustainability, and foster harmony between communities and the environment. We look forward to watching these trees grow and provide endlessly for the future.
Another shout out to Bushcare Group on behalf of Mitchelton Rotary , we could have not held the event without the great support of the Bushcare group.
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