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Community activites

Entries Tagged as 'Community activites'

Clean Up Australia

March 5th, 2017 · Comments Off on Clean Up Australia · Community activites

We helped the Rotaract Club of Sandy Bay with the Clean Australia Day at Geilston Bay foreshore on Sunday 5th March. Afterwards we relaxed and socialised with a BBQ.

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Share the Dignity – Its In The Bag

November 27th, 2016 · Comments Off on Share the Dignity – Its In The Bag · Community activites

This evening the Rotary Club of City Central Hobart and the Rotaract Club of Sandy Bay helped sort various personal items into bags for vulnerable women for the Its In The Bag campaign for Share the Dignity. We met at Mathers House for a social get together and to fill bags with personal items for […]

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Rotary donates $6000 to Colony 47 for their “Get on the Road” project.

June 4th, 2016 · Comments Off on Rotary donates $6000 to Colony 47 for their “Get on the Road” project. · Community activites

Therese Taylor, CEO of Colony 47, today welcomed a $6000 donation from Rotary for Colony 47’s Get on the Road project. Ms Taylor said that the funding from five Rotary clubs: Salamanca, North Hobart, Sullivans Cove, Moonah and City Central Hobart would allow Colony 47 to assist a number of disadvantaged young people gain driving […]

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Dunalley Revegetation Working Bee

October 18th, 2015 · Comments Off on Dunalley Revegetation Working Bee · Community activites

On Saturday Warwick and Sharman were joined by Sharman’s husband Lucas and her friend Emmeli, as well as some members of Rotaract Club of Sandy Bay, in again going to Dunalley to help out the Neighbourhood Centre with some garden restoration. There is still an ongoing need for gardening work since the devastating fires on […]

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Dunalley Revegetation Working Bee

September 13th, 2015 · Comments Off on Dunalley Revegetation Working Bee · Community activites

Chrissy, Warwick and his partner Liz went to Dunalley to join the Boneseed Bliz day with Landcare and Coastcare & Scouts. Our group weeded boneseed in Boomer Bay and at the oyster farm.

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Dunalley Fire Revegetation Busy Bee #3

September 7th, 2013 · Comments Off on Dunalley Fire Revegetation Busy Bee #3 · Community activites

On Saturday 7th September (despite it being Federal election day) five of us travelled to Copping (just before Dunalley) to help Claire and her family whose property was devastated by the fires at the beginning of 2013. This is the third time we have helped out families in the Dunalley area. The family farm lost […]

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Foreshore Planting between the Tasman Bridge and the Cenotaph

June 2nd, 2013 · Comments Off on Foreshore Planting between the Tasman Bridge and the Cenotaph · Community activites

Today we help out with the Foreshore Planting Day with Aboriginal Education.  The site was on the foreshore just where Carriage Drive meets the Tasman Highway.  There were historic talks, rubbish clearing and tree planting; and artwork for the children.  People from Friends of the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, Southern Coastcare Association of Tasmania (SCAT), […]

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Dunalley Fire Revegetation

May 27th, 2013 · Comments Off on Dunalley Fire Revegetation · Community activites

Thanks to Kate Nichols, Angela Lucas, Bron Hogan (RC Salamanca), Sharman Harper and Warwick Pease for going to Dunalley on Saturday 25th May to help out another resident who suffered from the devastating fires in January this year. We helped revegetate an exposed slope that was beginning to suffer badly from erosion. And thanks to […]

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Tasmanian Fires – Dunalley Revegetation Busy Bee

March 23rd, 2013 · Comments Off on Tasmanian Fires – Dunalley Revegetation Busy Bee · Community activites

Today five of our club travelled to Dunalley in Tasmania’s south east to help out two families who were suffered from the devastating fires in January. In the morning we helped one family clear the roots from recently removed trees so that they could begin replanting, and we pruned dead branches from trees.   After lunch […]

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Gardening Busy Bee

October 14th, 2012 · Comments Off on Gardening Busy Bee · Community activites

On Sunday we held a busy bee at a house in Warrane called Willow’s Organic Oasis. Single mum Sallyanne has three daughters, the youngest of whom, Willow, has some significant health issues. Four year old Willow has the genetic condition Turners Syndrome which causes a whole host of developmental and other problems. Sallyanne has been […]

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Tasmanian Special Children’s Christmas Party at the DEC

November 6th, 2011 · Comments Off on Tasmanian Special Children’s Christmas Party at the DEC · Community activites

Thanks to Paul, Serene, Mandy, Warwick, Kate, Melanie and Tracy for helping out at the Tasmanian Special Children’s Christmas Party at the Derwent Entertainment Centre today. We helped out with the drinks in the morning and then with the presents in the afternoon.

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Tasmania Day – A Day in the Park

November 7th, 2010 · Comments Off on Tasmania Day – A Day in the Park · Community activites, Fun

Today we held a free family day in park at Sandy Bay’s Nutgrove Park in conjunction with the Australian Childhood Foundation.  There was BBQ and various activities for families including: face painting, helium balloons, faeries, tattoos, fridge magnet making, and making bubbles.  We also had along Kelly Sports and Life Be In It to provide […]

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Walk with Me – St Giles

September 12th, 2010 · Comments Off on Walk with Me – St Giles · Community activites

Four of our club volunteered to be marshals for the “Walk with Me” awareness and fundraiser event for St Giles this morning.   We received our instructions and our safety vests before the walk started at 11am from the Parliamentary Lawns.  We helped guide the walk around the waterfront and we finished back at the lawns.  […]

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Kingston Fun Run/Walk/Stroll

May 23rd, 2010 · Comments Off on Kingston Fun Run/Walk/Stroll · Community activites, Fun

Paul, Selena, Lucy, Warwick and Kate with her puppy did the Kingston Fun Walk this morning.  Overnight the temperature was a cool 1ºC and so there was much frost around.  We started at 9am at the Kingborough Sports Centre and we walked 5.3km down to the  Kingston Beach.  It took us about 55 minutes or […]

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Soup making for Louis Van

May 14th, 2010 · Comments Off on Soup making for Louis Van · Community activites

Tonight we made four different pots of soup at Anita’s house for Louis Van. The soup will be frozen and stored at St Vincent de Paul for use on Louis Van. We seemed to have brought just as much nibbles as soup ingredients but that was all part of the fun of the night.

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