Bundaberg’s newest Rotary Club has welcomed a visit from Rotary District Governor Adele Hughes.
Adele, who represents clubs in Central Queensland, visited the newly formed Rotary Club of Bundaberg Central on Monday night at the Club Hotel.
Local members were thrilled to hear Adele’s messages first hand saying her passion for Rotary and making a difference in communities was evident.
“I joined Rotary to change the world, and Rotary changed me,” Adele said.
“I joined Rotary to make the world a better place but Rotary made me a better person.
“Anyone can be a Rotarian if they enjoy helping others, having fun and making new friends.”
Wade presented to members of Bundaberg’s newest Rotary Club the opportunity to contribute to the Rotary Foundation by becoming a Centurion.
The initiative sees members collect $100 in $2 coins and donate this to the foundation which then goes on to support projects locally and globally.
Adele encouraged members to attend the next conference in Gladstone in April/May next year.