Australia’s Youngest Rotarian

Lachlan Induction

Brisbane Airport Rotary is pleased to welcome Lachlan to our membership. Lachlan has been at most of our meetings for some time, having been one of the keen Aviation High School Interactors. Since it’s only been a few days since his eighteenth birthday, he is probably the youngest Rotarian in Australia, and maybe the World! He has shown by his […]

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Support for Hummingbird House

The Rotary Clubs of Aspley and Nundah played host to a night of fun, fabulous music by the Late Shift Big Band and dancing to raise funds for Hummingbird House. Our Rotary Club had a full table at the event and were able to purchase a beautiful piece of Art from local talent Rachel James, which was donated back to Hummingbird House. […]

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Spotlight on Transit Tavern

This week, our Club’s meeting location, the Transit Tavern, surprised us all with a unique twist to our coffee and in keeping with our aviation theme added to our “plane” coffees! It was all about fellowship this week. Fellowship is a very important part of Rotary and something that our club tries to incorporate into our meeting schedules. It is a […]

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2015/2016 Changeover

To celebrate the changeover of the Club, Rotary members were introduced to the new President Sam Quinney and the 2015/2016 Directors before a fun day of mini-golf (playing by the conventional rules and then a modified version). Attendees were encouraged to wear a “round the world” costume. Well done to Jeff, Kathy, Sean and Assistant Governor Marcel for taking home […]

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Melbourne Cup 2014

On the day a Race stopped the Nation, Brisbane Airport Rotary wined, dined, cheered, raffled, “trifectered” and raised money for RACQ Careflight and the Rod Walker Memorial Fund. “It’s important that as we celebrate the race that stops a nation for just one day, that we dig deep to help these very worthy charities, which help people in rural Australia […]

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Vocational Meeting at Archerfield

There was a change to the usual routine today – after enjoying an excellent breakfast we split into groups to enjoy a tour of the facilities at the Airline Academy of Australia, Royal Queensland Aero Club, ATAE and Flight Experience, including the new training rooms, the simulators and the maintenance training hangar. Laurence Beraldo, as group CEO, outlined the history of the […]

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