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President:   Gail Symons
Treasurer:   Sammy Hunt
Secretaries:   Debbie Lee & Sue Marshall

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16 days of activism 2019

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Night of Hope 2019 - October 28th, 2019

A successful Cocktail Party was held at Waters Edge Scarborough this year to raise funds for Endometriosis Research by QIMR Berghofer.

International Women’s Day 2019 - March 22nd, 2019

Many local guests enjoyed an informative panel discussion by leading women educators from peninsula schools followed by a delicious afternoon tea at Suttons Beach Pavilion. A sincere thank you to our panel guests: Shona McKinley, Principal of Redcliffe State High School, Jo House, Principal of Clontarf Beach State High and Cheryl Budd, Deputy Principal of Grace Lutheran College.  

DV Awareness Campaign with Redcliffe Dolphins May 2018 - May 28th, 2018

We once again had a successful collaboration with the Redcliffe Dolphins to promote Domestic violence awareness at Saturday’s home game. This year’s “do something” slogan is a great message to spread. A special thank you to all the ladies who helped and to the menfolk who also assisted. The day went well with lots of Safety Cards and Zonta Says NO pens handed out. The Redcliffe Leagues club were very supportive with DV messages over their sound system. The footballers in the main game wore orange socks in support of DV Awareness. The match was televised so our guard of honour at the run-on went live.

Crisis Bags for Homeless Women - April 15th, 2018

50 Crisis bags were assembled and donated to the Breakfast Club in Redcliffe in April.

Giggle Trivia Show Fundraiser 2018 - January 13th, 2018

A very enjoyable, fun-filled evening was held to raise funds for Ovarian Cancer Research in Brisbane. Our sincere thanks to Scott of Giggle Group for his excellent hosting of the night. We highly recommend him.

Trivia Night 2017 - April 6th, 2017

Once again, a highly successful, fun trivia night was held; proceeds were donated to UQCCR for research in the field of secondary breast cancers.

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Night of Hope 2016 - November 8th, 2016

A highly successful Night of Hope was held in October. Our beneficiaries this year were Hope’s Room and Aftercare Women’s Wellness Group. Thank you to our many sponsors for their generosity.

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Birthing Kit Assembly Day July 2016 - November 7th, 2016

A very successful assembly day was held and 1000 kits were prepared to be sent to a developing country to save lives.

Youth DV App and Safety Card Launch May 2015 - June 3rd, 2015

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The stress balls and wrist bands featured DV connect details

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Important DV information leaflets with a new use for mandarins


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Our guests

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The Trust Your Instinct message was painted on the oval by Redcliffe Dolphins – a fantastic donation thank you!

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Banner on junior oval donated by Eldorado Signs, thank you Brett!

We know everyone will go to the food counter – June and AdrianaChristine, Koliana and Deanna at the rear gate

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Our original banner


Always working for ZontaMargaret and Colleen spread the message at the front gate

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Manning the Marquee, Christine, Fiona, Gail, Ronnie, Heather, Jayne

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Lending a hand to Encircle Redcliffe: Sandra, Heather and Dee


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The match with Redcliffe Dolphins in front of our sign

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Robyn finally in a photo as the players enter

Club News - March 23rd, 2012

This gallery contains images from significant Zonta Redcliffe club news items.

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Improving the Status of Women Worldwide through Service and Advocacy

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Meeting on the 4th Monday of Each Month Seaspray Room Belvedere Hotel Woody Point

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