SHOPPERS in Coffs City Central were doing a double-take over the weekend. Was it a newfangled tepee or an overgrown tent? The Rotary Club of Coffs Harbour Daybreak erected a Shelterbox to demonstrate to the community the incredible work this international charity is doing.
Rotarians from Coffs Harbour in conjunction with Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS) co-ordinators have pleasure in announcing the completion of a project on Tanna Island in Vanuatu that will markedly improve the lives of people living in 7 cultural villages.
Rotarians from Coffs Harbour have provided the funding for the acquisition and installation of a submersible Bore pump and 10 000 litre water tank, both valued at $5000 for completing a safe water system for Lenamar Community, which supports 7 cultural villages. The following clubs of District 9650 Cluster 1, Coffs Harbour, Coffs Harbour City, Coffs Harbour Daybreak and Coffs Harbour South each donated $1000 towards the cost of these items, while the Lenamar Community contributed $1000 for the poly pipe and the Vanuatu Govt drilled the bore shaft.
Nominations are now open for the Coffs Clarence LAC Police Awards.
Local police officers are some of the hardest working members of our community. They provide many thankless hours as part of their role to protect and serve people just like you and me. This is your opportunity to nominate an officer who has shown dedication to duty to provide assistance, protection or care for others. The Rotary Club of Coffs Harbour Daybreak believes it is important for these dedicated individuals to receive the recognition they deserve.
Members of the community can nominate Officers they deem are worthy for the Community Award and Police can nominate their peers for the Peer Award category. Nominations will close on Friday 27th April 2012.
Nominate an officer online here... online nominations are now closed.
or download the nomination form and post it to PO Box 58, Coffs Harbour NSW 2450
I just heard that Zulu's Restaurant and Bar are making 14th Feb in Coffs extra special. Valentines Day. Six Courses, Six Wines and all $100 of the ticket going to the local charity Coffs Caring Community Inc Contact Zulu's Restaurant and Bar for tickets.
SCORING that ideal career working outdoors, underwater or by the ocean is a very real possibility for students studying on the Coffs Coast. Just ask Ken Demaschke, who gets the daily pleasure of training dolphins and seals at Coffs Harbour's iconic Pet Porpoise Pool.