Local lady golfers recently took to the greens in the first of a two-day golf challenge at Maclean Golf Club, sponsored by Mareeba Aged Care.
Younger and older generations regularly connect at Mareeba Aged Care in Maclean. The intergenerational program recently saw Mareeba residents connecting with Gulmarrad Public School students.
Mareeba residents were invited by staff member Wendy to visit her cattle farm at Lawrence. Residents were given the opportunity to feed the cattle.
Norm W (husband of Shirl W who is a resident at Mareeba) has kindly donated a boat to Mareeba Aged Care.
Two staff members of Mareeba Aged Care have recently graduated from their degrees and we wish them a huge congratulations!
What a lovely gesture from the Maclean CWA Organisation who have donated a remote control Jeep to our mens social group.
Words can not adequately describe the absolute gratitude we at Mareeba have towards our magnificent volunteers who give up numerous hours each year to spend time with our residents in so many ways.
What a great experience for four of the Mareeba ladies to be part of a live broadcast from the local TL-CM Community Radio Station in Yamba on Thursday 8 December, 2016.
Mareeba Aged Care wins the Prime Regional Achievement & Community Award.
Over 100 hundred finely tuned and lovingly restored vehicles brought many a "wow"....."oh i like that one"..."listen to that one"...from residents as the cars paraded for us with many even being driven up to the main entrance of Mareeba.
Mareeba held a Remembrance Day Service on Friday 11 November to honour those who served to defend our country in past conflicts.
Mareeba held its annual 90's club function this morning where there were several new inductees welcomed into this prestige group.
A great time was had by everyone at our Melbourne Cup function this morning.
Entertainment provided by one of our wonderful volunteer performers, Doug Charlestown, was a pleasure to listen to and the fashions on the field were indeed a site to behold.
Mareeba Aged Care were the proud sponsors of the Mareeba mixed triples tournament held at Maclean Bowling Club today.
Mareeba has been sponsoring this tournament for a number of years now and today proved to be an excellent day of high quality bowls & wonderful friendship.
A special welcome from all at Mareeba to Scott Coleman who has just joined the Mareeba family on a school based traineeship up till he completes his high school studies in 2017.
Ken Done was guest speaker today at Maclean Library. The residents enjoyed listening to Ken speak of his childhood spent here on the Lower Clarence, career, travel and his artwork.
A milestone in life that very few of us reach occurred today at Mareeba when resident Stella celebrated her 100th birthday with family and friends.
A very special mention to three of our staff members, Crystal, Grace & Brett , along with resident Jean who all contributed to the "Shave For A Cure" foundation to raise funds for cancer research.
Mareeba Aged Care in Maclean has appointed a new Director of Nursing, Rachel Bennett.
Sunday 11th September some of our resident went out to watch the Lower Clarence Rowing Regatta which is held annually on the banks of the South Arm on Woodford Island. Residents were able to watch some of the races. Mareeba are proud sponsors of some of the race events. Congratulations to all those that competed.
Today the men of Mareeba celebrated an early fathers day with a special gathering in their honour.
Long-time Mareeba employee Shirley Gillespie recently retired after 24 years' service.
Mareeba enters the Clarence Valley Business Excellence Hall of Fame, winning two categories in 2016 (Professional Services and Better Access). It brings their total trophy count to six. Time for a bigger trophy cabinet!
The end of July sees Mareeba's Director of Nursing, Jillian farewelled as she and husband Mick set off to begin their retirement and all the adventure it brings. Jillian has been at Mareeba for over 10 years taking care of residents, relatives, visitors and staff and has become a familiar and friendly face to many.
Mareeba residents were invited by the Tucabia Community to attend their annual Biggest Morning Tea to help raise money for the Cancer Council.
Happy Birthday to the nonagenarians at the Tartan Brushy RSL Day Club. They were having a great time boogieing to Double Trouble.