International Toast:
Tony Long combined his toast for Rotary Club of Hastings N.Z. with a salute the Craggy Hills Winery in the Hastings District. The Hastings Rotary Club meets on Tuesday at 12pm on the corner of Hastings and Victoria streets in Hastings and the Craggy Hills Winery produces a decent red!
Directors Moments:
Peter Hovey discussed his latest historical walk along Bulcock Street.
He received donations of $90 for his efforts and divided the moneys between the Historical Society and our Rotary.
Thank you, Peter.
Members Moments:
Evelyn McCorkell announced the launching of ticket sales for our signature event, “West End to Broadway” which will be held at the Hangar on 27th August. Progress towards this event is well underway. Please book promptly.
Presidents Spot:
President-Elect Frank reminded members that May 2-6 was the Rotary Club visit week and that our next regular club meeting will be held on the 19th .
The 11th May is the RUSCCF Dinner to be held at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Members rostered on for duties on the 19th will be notified in the bulletin before the 19th.
Members of Caloundra Toastmasters will be attending our meeting on 19/5.
They apparently have something up their sleeves for us!?
Guest Speaker
Graeme Smith-Chair of the Pumicestone Passage Management Body In his second visit to our Club meeting, Graeme discussed the long term threat faced by the Pumicestone passage from rate of development in the Sunshine Coast catchment areas, together with the inaction and downright lack of action by the multitude of government bodies, current legislation and council inertia. The future holds significant concerns for the flora, fauna and overall health of the marine park, Pumicestone Passage as well as the water quality of this important tourist resource.
The consequences of the breakthrough and widening of the gap which has reached 400mtres and still growing, could have significant consequences for the future of the passage and surrounds.
The new breakthrough has not yet been gazetted as a bar so any boat suffering any damage trying to cross will not be covered by insurance.
19th April 2013
Unveiling of the Rotary Peace Haven at Shelly Beach, April 2013,
by Barbara Bailey and Win Fowles, proudly, still Cal-Pac members.
The placement was a Cal-Pac project in conjunction with the Council.
Get your tables of 8 together for this Event.
Unity College Auditorium
47 Lomond Cres. Bellvista, 4551
June 2nd, 6.00 pm - 9.30 pm
Contact for more details
  1. Collect eligible containers
  2. Take them to a container refund point -
  3. Donate to the Rotary Club of Caloundra Pacific using scheme ID C10219799
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We collect bread tags for recycling to fund wheelchairs,
mainly in South Africa.
Please help us collect!
Michele Jackson, our club member has taken on this role to collect
them, so please bring to a meeting and give them to her.
Caloundra Pacific

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 6:00 PM
Parklands Tavern
238 Parklands Boulevard
Meridan Plains, QLD 4551
Meeting registration
The Rotary Club of Caloundra Pacific welcomes all who are interested in dining with us and wish to share with us in our Rotary ideals.
If you would like to come along and meet us, please call our Meeting Coordinator, Evelyn McCorkell on 0407 624 650 (email - or Club Service Director, Ross Harrison on 0418 725 876, to let us know that you are coming so that meals can be arranged.
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