The Geebung, Zillmere, Bald Hills, Aspley RSL Sub Branch has an office located in the foyer of the RSL for those wishing to join the Sub Branch or requiring RSL information. Sub Branch Secretary, Rick is available to assist with any enquiries and can be contacted on 3216 5258. RSL Australia information is also available at https://www.rslqld.org/
The RSL Sub Branch hold a meeting in the Club’s Function Room on the first Sunday of each month at 10.00am. Sub Branch members are invited to attend.
The memorial is an engaging visual and tactile Gallipoli ANZAC story by creating a narrative in form like no other in Australia.
The memorial commemorates all the Australian conflicts and supports in the forecourt at the Geebung RSL.
Where the memorial is different is its recognition not just of the soldiers, but of the women, the nurses and the home effort and in particular the indigenous soldiers.
The concept of the memorial is a time line exploring a fictitious boy who joins the AIF from the local area, becomes a soldier, survives the war, and starts a family and his legacy for peace and the relationships around him.
The memorial evokes story and the visual conversation between object and memory by the use of intimate object impressed in clay, the letters and portraits of soldiers in photo ceramic and the Gallipoli story etched in black granite.
The Women’s Auxiliary are a charitable organisation providing fantastic support to the RSL Sub Branch, Club and community. For further information contact Women’s Auxiliary President, Lorraine Paton on 0432 645 424. The Women’s Auxiliary hold a meeting in the RSL’s Collings Room on the fourth Sunday of each month and invite members to attend.
Legacy Care Group
Legacy meet at the RSL on the second Friday of each month at 11am. Interested parties are welcome to attend. For further information, please call 3865 1447 or 3266 3763.
The War Widows Group convene at the RSL on the third Tuesday of each month from 10.30am for morning tea and a meeting. Interested parties are welcome to attend.