The Rotary Club of
Currumbin Coolangatta Tweed
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The Club meets every Tuesday at 6pm (Qld time) at Gusti Restaurant, Twin Towns Services Club, Wharf Street Tweed Heads NSW 2485
The Rotary Club of Currumbin Coolangatta Tweed is a proud supporter of the Currumbin wildlife Hospital.
Recently, after many months of fundraising the club was proud to present Dr Michael and his staff a flexible endoscope to be used to help save the lives of our native waterlife.
The endoscope is a highly sophisticated (and expensive) piece of surgical equipment that allows the veterinarian to extract lines, fish hooks, and other foreign objects, from the gut of our native waterlife.
One example of its use is if the patient is a turtle, in the past the patient was cut open to retrieve the foreign matter, then put back together and suffered weeks of rehabilitation and risk of infection.
With the flexible endoscope, the very narrow tube containing a pair of forceps and a camera is inserted into the throat of the patient and the offending object removed within minutes. The result being the patient did not suffer being cut open, did not suffer weeks of rehabilitation with the risk of infection, and could be released back into the wild within 24 hours.
The hospital recuperation area was free for other patients, hospital staff were free from weeks of attending the patient.
Survival rate of affected wildlife increased to 90%
A good outcome for all…
Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Dr Michael Pyne, Rotarian Ken Harbour, Rotary Club President John Giuricin
The club regularly makes donations of much needed equipment to the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital.
Kid’s breakfast at the Coolangatta State School
Members of the club led by Ken Harbour and Eric Prosser conduct a regular breakfast for school children at the Coolangatta State school. The club provides the food and labour, donations would greatly assist this project.
New President Induction
John Giuricin was inducted as the incoming club President at a dinner at Twin towns Services Club attended by local dignitries including Gold Coast City Councilor Gail O’Neill.
Rotary Carboot Sale
The Club holds a Car Boot Sale market the second Sunday of every month.
Location is the Stocklands Shopping Centre carpark 149 West Burleigh Road Burleigh Heads 4220.
Most of the market stall spaces are under cover on a first there basis.
Bookings for stallholders must be made online 4 days from the market day to be eligible to purchase insurance on the market day.
Please note: NO Insurance ………NO Entry
Book via Sticky Tickets, search for Rotary Car Boot Sale. www.stickytickets.com.au
Market times are 6am to 10am, off the site by 10:30am, weather permitting. Please do not arrive before 4:30am to set up as Stocklands security may move you on.
Any online fees paid will be credited to the next market or returned to you if Rotary cancels the market.