IT’S A DATE: East Bundaberg Rotary Club’s Kevin Delaney, Maria Burnet and Lyn Horan are raising money by selling calendars.
IT’S A DATE: East Bundaberg Rotary Club’s Kevin Delaney, Maria Burnet and Lyn Horan are raising money by selling calendars. Max Fleet BUNEBR

Bundaberg East Rotary Club's popular calendar is on sale

A JOINT project between two Bundaberg groups will bring benefits to the entire community.

Bundaberg East Rotary Club is selling its annual calendar with thanks to support from not only local businesses who advertised but also members of the Bundaberg Photographic Group.

The annual project, featuring shots throughout the Bundaberg region, has been running for about 15 years.

Calendar committee member Lynn Horan said it was a major project for the club with 3000 printed this year.

"Last year's project raised $15,000 which goes to helping support community projects undertaken by East Rotary Club members," she said.

The project this year also had the support of Bundaberg photographer Paul Beutel who donated the cover photograph of a spectacular sugarcane fire.

Inside photographs are all taken locally and include the School of Arts, Woodgate, the Chinese Gardens, New Year's Eve fireworks over the Bundaberg bridge and Bundaberg Port.

"We have a lot of people buy them to send as Christmas gifts to family and friends overseas, and also those who just want to support the project because they know the benefits Rotary give back to the community."

Calendars are $5 and will be on sale outside Vast in Bourbong St and at Shalom Markets during the next few months. They also are available at Barolin Travel, Dymocks, Bundaberg Library, Bauers Butchery, The Barrel, Chiquitas, Canelanders, Nathan Boutique and the Visitors Centre.



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