Did you know that being a Rainbow Beach resident doesn’t make you a Community Information and Resource Centre (CIRS) member?
Locals and residents are invited to join the not-for-profit association for only five dollars a year and have access to the centre and internet – and its a chance to update your skills by volunteering if you are rejoining the workforce.
The Community Centre and Hall complex (with the exception of the library space) is run by volunteers. Members are welcome to offer a few hours a week to help in the office, for minor maintenance duties, events volunteers or become an active part of the new Local Disaster Management Group.
The Community Information and Resource Service Association has evolved with the needs of the town since its establishment in 1999 and we welcome feedback on what local residents would like to see happening in our community.
The Association aims to promote better living for the community of Rainbow Beach by providing information and advice to all.
President of CIRS, Elisa Seul said: “Since the Community Centre moved next to the library, the centre volunteers are also in charge of the management of the Community Hall under a lease agreement with Gympie Council.
“The Committee has started networking with other local groups, businesses and associations and there is no doubt that we can achieve bigger goals uniting our forces.”
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