Our event in Stanthorpe saw the baton move down Maryland Street to where Jim Barnes and Dave Hambly had set up the table and BBQ outside the Country Club Hotel which is being renovated.  Thanks to Steph Elms for the permission to hold our event there.
Julia Hassall brought the R100 baton and the raffle which added to the ability to raise awareness of Rotary Saying No Domestic Violence and a lead up to our meeting on 22nd February when our guest speaker will talk to our group about DV and what can be done in Stanthorpe and surrounding District.  
Julie Beddow, Fran Hodgson, Jim and Gail Baxter and Leeanne Gangemi helped with the event.
It was great to have so much support on the day.  Jim Baxter was taking the baton to Sunday's event where all the Vintage cars were gathering.
The baton was also to fly with Ian Henderson and Belinda Lister.
The baton went from Ballandean Estate with Jo Bell to Just Red Wines, to Monday Club meeting, to Satellite Club, to Interact Club meeting and this Event.  At the time of writing this it had been to Rotary Club of Stanthorpe Assembly, Meals on Wheels meeting, and scheduled to visit other activities before going on to Allora and Warwick.
It is wonderful to be able to join in this relay of the Baton and interesting to read other stories as it travels around the District.
Proceeds from the Event BBQ and Raffle will go to the Granite Belt Neighbourhood Centre to support their ongoing Say No to DV campaign.