Bundaberg East Rotary Club president Ian Rowan is excited about the release of the new 2011 Bundaberg and district calendar. Photo: Max Fleet ber0308b
Bundaberg East Rotary Club president Ian Rowan is excited about the release of the new 2011 Bundaberg and district calendar. Photo: Max Fleet ber0308b

Calendar to raise $18,000

PURCHASING a local calendar will help the East Bundaberg Rotary Club continue to donate and help local charities and services.

The calendars go on sale tomorrow at Hinkler Central and Sugarland Shopping Town.

East Bundaberg Rotary Club calendar co-ordinator John Sweeney said this was the third year the club had sold calendars.

He hoped to raise $18,000 with 4000 calendars for sale at $5 each.

The calendars showcase Bundaberg and district areas.

The group will put the funds to good use.

“In the last 18 months we have donated to Meals on Wheels, the Bundaberg Base Hospital, Rotary Readers, Gin Gin and Millbank Scouts, Gidarjil Cultural Festival, Shelter Box Australia, Polio Plus, and Queensland’s Cancer Council Relay for Life, just to name a few charities,” he said.

East Bundaberg Rotary Club will have a stall at Hinkler Central and Sugarland Shopping Town tomorrow, and on Saturday, August 14, and 21.



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