Speaker Date Topic
RUSCCF May 22, 2019
USC BURSARY PRESENTATION COMBINED ROTARY CLUBS
Kelly and Chris Davis May 28, 2019
Chaplaincy in Schools
Chaplaincy in Schools

Chris & Kelly Davis left teaching in North Queensland to move to the Sunshine Coast in 1998.
Chris was Caloundra’s first school Chaplain. 

In 2000 Kelly joined Chris as a Chaplain in a neighbouring school and together they have spent their lives caring for the children and youth of the Sunshine Coast.

They are now the campus Chaplain’s together at Meridan State College working together with 2730 students and their families.

Chris and Kelly have 3 teenage children of their own. They are both qualified Teachers and Youth Workers.
Chaplains in

Chloé Mear Jun 04, 2019
My time as a Rotary Youth Exchange Student in Australia
My time as a Rotary Youth Exchange Student in Australia

Chloé Méar comes from Brandérion in North-western France, she speaks French but is also fluent in English and German. She is the eldest of three children. She has a sister and a brother. Chloé loves reading, listening to music, writing or watching videos. At school she studied 10 subjects, mostly academic and seems to have a very enquiring mind. She also loves drama, the arts, dance and the theatre. Chloé has travelled many places in Europe but nowhere as far as Australia. Chloés blog of her year here is at this link

See our record of her year here BUT we are sure Chloé will have many more to show us.

No speaker? Jun 11, 2019
A mystery
A mystery
Angie Mansey Jun 18, 2019
Driven by KM
Driven by KM
Angie Mansey is a successful business woman who owns Kuluin Mufflers,The Exhaust Specialist Centre.  A passionate car enthusiast and dedicated philanthropist who strongly believes in using her business profile to assist the Sunshine Coast community.  She is a charity founder and director of not for profit charity "Driven By KM" which helps families in need in the community with chronically and terminally ill children.  She is also the proud winner of the Telstra QLD Small Business Woman of the Year for 2019, The Sunshine Coast Business Womens Network Young Business Woman of the Year 2017, and the Sunshine Coast Business Award for Excellence in Social Responsibility.  Angie's most important role to date and the one she values above all others is being a proud mother to 4 sons. Angie is also a full time carer to a medically complex son whom was the pivotal reason that saw her change her career choice from nursing to being a business owner in the car industry 3 years ago.  

 

Jess Keenan Jun 25, 2019 7:00 AM
My time on Rotary Youth Exchange in France
My time on Rotary Youth Exchange in France