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Rotary calls on friends for a hand

16 Apr 2013

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Southbank Rotary and friends joined forces last month to kick off the “Rotary and Friends” program, a nation-wide initiative, with a working bee held at Westgate Park, under the shadows of the Westgate Bridge.

New trees were planted, mulch moved and spread and coffee, tea and biscuits consumed on a beautiful Saturday morning for the national launch of the program.

Southbank Rotary president, Steven Aquilina, said it was the perfect morning for the launch and he was thrilled with the turn out and work that had been completed.

“It’s a fantastic event, really connecting Rotary to the local community,” Mr Aquilina said.

“Rotary and Friends showcases the connection through volunteering and it has been really nice to get out in the fresh air and put my back into some hard yakka.”

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