The President's Welcome

GregThe Rotary Club of Brisbane High-Rise is a breakfast club based in Brisbane's CBD district. We meet on a Thursday at the Marriott Hotel, 515 Queen Street Brisbane (corner of Adelaide Street and Queen Street).

Our membership includes a roughly equal mix of men and women who share a commitment to making a difference in our local community, within Queensland and in other parts of the world.

Our major projects this year include an Art Show to support the charity AEIOU in its work with autistic children, an Anzac Day commemorative service beside the First World War hospital ship TSS Maheno on Fraser Island, supporting the Indigenous Literacy Foundation in its program to encourage increased levels of literacy in indigenous communities, and support of the St Jude’s and Mamba schools in Tanzania.

 Our club also supports the broader Rotary global programs such as Eradication of Polio, Youth Exchange programs and Shelterbox. Within Rotary one of the great opportunities is referred to as make ups – where a Rotarian of one club visits another Rotary Club. We welcome Rotarians visiting from other clubs as well as those who are interested to understand what opportunities membership of Rotary can offer – come and share a meal with us.

Our website's Visitors Area has more information. And if you are unable to join us at a meeting perhaps you can lend a hand to Rotary in other ways. The international message for the year is Rotary serving humanity

Yours in Rotary
Greg Pearson
President - 2017/2018

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Hot Air

Hot Air is the Club's weekly bulletin. It contains the latest news and Club related information.
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