Tree Planting In recognition of the Port Arthur tragedy

In recognition of the Port Arthur tragedy on 28/29 April 1996 the R.C. of Modbury, in conjunction with Trees for Life and staff and students of Modbury Primary School, undertook a planting of 35 eucalypts and casuarinas on a recently cleared reserve at Sandalwood Drive, St. Agnes. Each plant was intended to reflect upon the life of each of the victims of the rogue gunman on that fateful day. The planting was undertaken in May 1996.

In 2018 the City of TTG Council undertook significant refurbishment of the planted area including the replacement of a number of the plants which had not survived the initial planting.

-Written by Keith Rendell

BBQ Donation to NEDA

On the morning of 22nd August 2018 Ron, Wayne and Otto presented a BBQ to NEDA (North East Development Agency) on Tolley Road, St. Agnes.

Adam Wiles was happy to accept the donation, which will assist by fostering social activities amongst the students.

Former Tea Tree Gully Mayor and councillor Lesley Purdom was also present, and she is heavily involved in assisting NEDA.

 

For more information on NEDA please visit their webpage: http://www.neda.asn.au/

Otto, Lesley and Adam

 

Celebration Dinner for 2018

Rotary Club of Modbury Golden Grove Celebration of Merger Dinner on 24th July 2018.

An amazing evening of fellowship and cheer for the recent merger of Golden Grove & Modbury Clubs. The event was hosted by AG Peter Perkins and attended by special guests District Governor David Egan and immediate past DG Peter Schaefer.

Please click HERE for photos taken during the Dinner.

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