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The Sherwood Indooroopilly RSL Sub-branch needs your help.

The RSL wants to honour Australia’s fallen from all wars, but at present the three local memorials at Indooroopilly, Graceville and Oxley recognise only World War I, World War II and four other conflicts.

The RSL is calling for help from the local community to decide on which Australian conflicts since 1860 should be commemorated on three local World War I Memorials.

There have been as many as 30 conflicts in which Australians have died since 1885 – or more if peacekeeping operations are counted individually.

So, which conflicts should be recognised to properly honour all Australians who have fallen in war?

If your family has ever lost anyone in war, or if you are just interested in Australia’s military history, please go to the Call for Community Input <> on the Sherwood RSL website to find out more.

Have your say by 30 November, 2015:

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Phone 32 786 786

Centenary Theatre Group

During the early years, they had no fixed abode and performed wherever they could, including kindergartens and church halls. In the late 1970s, a home was finally found for the Players at the Chelmer Community Centre, where they have been performing ever since.

The Centenary Theatre Group is a not for profit organisation. They welcome new audience members, new players and offer some great membership deals.

This enthusiastic play group put on five performances a year. Visit their website via  to view their current and upcoming performances, auditions, events and booking information.

The Lions Club of Brisbane Inner West

If you are a community minded person, enjoy fun and fellowship and enjoy meeting people, then Lions is for you. The Lions Club of Brisbane Inner West has celebrated 40 years of serving the Inner West from Kenmore to St Lucia and Toowong to Graceville.

They are an enthusiastic and flexible group with a motto which simply says: ‘We do what we can, when we can.’ Members can choose how much they want to be involved in charity work.

The Lions Club of Brisbane Inner West provides volunteers with project management assistance, leadership training, personal development opportunities, and organised fundraising programs.

WHEN: 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6:30pm

WHERE: Toowong Bowls Club (59 Gailey Road, Taringa QLD 4068)

Visitors are always welcome to attend any meeting to see how they operate.

To find out more about joining the Lions Brisbane Inner West club, please contact Ron at by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 0438 969 208 or 07 3278 4612.

Chelmer Speakers Club

Chelmer Speakers is a community organisation that provides an opportunity for people to improve their public speaking, presentation and networking skills. The club has a strong communication and leadership program that supports people to develop highly useful skills. Toastmasters open up many possibilities to improve presentation and meeting management skills. Being able to stand up in front of a group to succinctly present your ideas is a skill which can benefit people of all ages. The meetings are always lively and fun and it is a great networking opportunity as well.

Chelmer Speakers Club has limited openings for new members.

WHEN: 6.30pm for 7 pm; first and third Wednesdays of the month.

WHERE: Sherwood AFL Club, 41 Chelmer St East

HOW MUCH: There is a one-off joining fee of $20.00 plus annual membership of $100.  The meeting fee is $10 including tea or coffee; visitors and guests are free

Contact Roger Macgregor on 0431 241 971 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Michael Skerrett on 0407 746 825 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

Tots and Tunes

Tots and Tunes is a music and movement class for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers at the Graceville Presbyterian Church. Your child’s language skills, coordination, fine motor skills and musical pitch and rhythm can be enhanced through movement and music. It also is a fun and beneficial program for mothers with young children to get together and enjoy some time supporting each other, while the children enjoy a fun time with music.

Mums, dads, grandparents and carers are welcome.

WHEN: every Friday at 9:45am (except school holidays)

WHERE: Graceville Presbyterian Church 12 Bank St Graceville

HOW MUCH: Gold coin donation - includes morning tea for adults and children

For more information phone Linda on 0422 716 383 or visit

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Useful Queensland Government & Local Community Sites

Can't find what you're looking for? Phone the office on (07) 3878 1928 for assistance.

Information about the Queensland Government Solar Hot Water Rebate

Peaks to Points Festival

The Benjamin Andrew Footpath Library delivers a regular supply of books to homeless and disadvantaged people living in hostels and on the streets, and through community organizations.

Just moved into the electorate and looking for a playgroup? The Playgroup Queensland website- has an online 'Search for a Playgroup' function to help you find your local playgroup. Alternatively, you can phonall 1800 171 882.

Have you got old batteries lying around the home? For information on battery recycling, go to

Consultation discussion paper 'Positively Ageless: Developing a Queensland Seniors' Strategy' and accompanying response paper.

The Office of Fair Trading website contains comprehensive information on topics such as:

  • getting a refund
  • buying a second-hand car
  • warranties
  • product safety
  • protecting yourself from scams
  • buying a house

The Get out there website is an interactive website for youth covering topics such as:

  • budgeting
  • credit and debt
  • entering into mobile phone contracts
  • renting
  • starting university
  • finding the right job

Need a JP? Find one in your local area here: or for after-hours

Information on the government's proposed pool-fencing laws including the committee's discussion report.

Joint Complaints Website (information on the Anti-Discrimination Commission Queensland, Commission for Children and Young People and Child Guardian, Health Quality and Complaints Commission, Queensland Ombudsman, Crime and Misconduct Commission and Commonwealth Ombudsman)

Apply for Community Benefit Funds online. Contains information and online applications for Jupiter's Casino Community Benefit Fund and Gambling Community Benefit Fund

Your Local BCC Councillors

Cr Jane Prentice- Walter Taylor Ward

Cr Nicole Johnston- Tennyson Ward

Your Federal MPs

Michael Johnson MP- Federal Member for Ryan & Opposition Whip