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Bill Crouch

M: 0408 005 945

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Welcome to Rotary Surfers Paradise

Rotary Surfers Paradise

Serving The Local & World Community

Mondays at 6:00 for 6:30 PM
Fables at Mantra Legends Hotel
Surfers Paradise Blvd & Laycock St.,
Surfers Paradise, Queensland  4217
Australia
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Home Page Stories
 
Since 1988 Surfers Paradise Rotary Club has constructed and managed 15 one-bedroom villas to provide affordable accommodation for needy pensioners in our community. The complex is known as Golden Wheel Villas, in the Gold Coast suburb of Arundel. We have just expanded this Community Project.
 
 
Speakers
Lindsay Wallace
Feb 26, 2018
Gold Coast Arts Centre
Michael Metcalfe
Mar 05, 2018
KYND - Gold Coast Home Care
President Sheila Et Al
Mar 12, 2018
District 9640 Conference Report
Runaway Bay Rotary Club Visit
Mar 19, 2018
Their visit to our Club
AWAY MEETING - Annual BBQ at Golden Wheel Villas
Mar 26, 2018
Meeting & BBQ with the residents of our major Community Project.
NO MEETING
Apr 02, 2018
Easter Monday Public Holiday
NO MEETING
Apr 09, 2018
Cancelled due to Commonwealth Games restrictions
Our Club Members
Apr 16, 2018
Commonwealth Games Retrospective
 
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Spouse Birthdays:
  • Anne Bailey
    February 23
Anniversaries:
  • Sue Brown
    Gordon Brown
    February 9
Join Date:
  • Alan Midwood
    February 13, 1978
    40 years
  • Roger Bailey
    February 13, 1978
    40 years
  • Jason Williams
    February 14, 2011
    7 years
 
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