- Our New Meeting VenueTimes change, don’t they? Sometimes change comes along that you can’t control, so you have to go along with it and make the most of it. And so it happened with our long standing meeting venue at the Hectorville Sports and Community Club, which is undergoing a huge revamp. We wish them well with that. What to do? Well, for us it was easy. The recent Magill Sunrise Market move to Campbelltown Memorial Oval has been so good that we just followed that down there too! Meetings are still held at 7am sharp and finish at 8am sharp on the 1st, 2nd & 3rd Tuesday of each month. The Campbelltown Memorial Oval is on Darley Road at Paradise and you can’t miss the superb new building down there. We sincerely thank the Campbelltown City Council for allowing us to use this venue while Heccies is being re-done. They are great supporters of our club, which in turn allows our club to support the community. If you catch the O-Bahn to work then our meetings could be ideal for you. Get down early, grab a car park, take in a meeting with a fantastic breakfast and a bit of fun, then catch your bus. You’ll still be at work by the same time, but you’ll be doing so much more. Worth a try?
- Our New Market!
The Magill Sunrise Market started in 2008 from the Campbelltown Council Civic Centre car park. In 2011 we moved to the Campbelltown Library to make it easier to find. It remains the only year-round market in the area.
From December 2019 we move to an even better location at the new Campbelltown Memorial Oval launching with a huge Two-day Christmas Market on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th December from 9am-3pm. Make sure you check it out!
- RCMS Annual Report 2016-17President Kirsty Stark presented a summary of the year at our Changeover Brunch, which is now in expanded form as her 2016-17 Annual Report. Click the image below to download and read the Rotary Club of Magill Sunrise Annual Report for 2016-17.
- 110th Anniversary of RotaryTomorrow marks the 110th anniversary of Rotary being founded in Chicago (with just 4 members!). Tonight District 9520 members (some of over 1.2 million worldwide) gathered outside Adelaide Oval to celebrate with a picnic, 110 balloons and a “Light Up Rotary” walk across the footbridge. Happy Birthday Rotary!
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