Community Service = Basecamp 3030 – New sensory garden for families of special needs children

The Basecamp 3030 community project opening day, saw a huge community turnout for the event.

Our club responded to the call of service and created a new sensory garden within the grounds of Basecamp 3030, a respite house for families of special needs children.

The ceremonial cutting of a ribbon by immediate past Mayor Bob Fairclough, our club members, family and friends celebrated the completion of the tranquil environment for the children, with our delicious sausage sizzles for all the guests.

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A proud moment for us all.

Be A Rotarian, Be a Gift to the world.

Alister Bennett
Community Director (2014-2015)


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