Bulletins

The club publishes a bulletin after most meetings. The last 12 are shown here in a list, but you can see older ones by month from the selector below that.

  • MEETING 1160: SAFE DRIVING WITH ROTARY
    We welcomed Ric Dance from Morialta Rotary to tell us all about the RYDA program. RYDA was originally a Rotary program, as the name suggests, but more recently is now run by independent group, Road Safety Education (RSE) who create and distribute the materials and course content. Rotary continues its involvement in financial support and …
  • MEETING 1159: CYBER SAFETY
    Kat Milner certified as a Digital Mentor through Be Connected, a government initiative dedicated to helping mature Australians become more comfortable and confident online. She specifically took us through Cyber Security and pointed out several common scams to be aware of. Bulletin RCMS 1159
  • MEETING 1158: CALPERUM UPDATE
    At very short notice, Ian stepped in to be our guest speaker and provide an update on the Calperum Station project. Bulletin RCMS 1158
  • MEETING 1157: MEETING CHAMPS
    Thanks to Lindsay, we were exceptionally lucky to have radio & music legend Greg Champion join us for our meeting – and as we found out he is also something of a comedy legend too! Greg grew up just near Heccies on Barons Street and he noted that in his youth the suburb changed from …
  • MEETING 1156: YOUTH PARLIAMENT
    YMCA South Australia Youth Parliament is a non-partisan program providing a platform for young people aged 15 – 25 to have their say on important issues, build skills and  parliamentary understanding. It focuses on personal development, empowerment and connecting politicians and decision makers with youth voices and opinions. The Youth Parliament program runs from March …
  • MEETING 1155: DG JEFF & JENNY
    We were so delighted to have DG Jeff, Jenny and AG Brian with us this morning, so we started off the meeting by congratulating Jeff on his appointment to District Governor. Jeff and Jenny were able to join us for our changeover in late June, but he had not yet been inaugurated, so this was …
  • MEETING 1154: BEHIND THE MASK
    It was great to be able to resume our meetings this week after a hiatus of two meetings. Not too bad considering how bad things have been interstate, but also a good time of year for a break to recharge. Sadly though, we did lose our August market, which is a setback, but gives us …
  • MEETING 1153: GETTING TO KNOW DON
    At this meeting we got to know our newest member Don. Don is also the youngest current member and one of the youngest ever in the club. He comes from Sri Lanka growing up in Colombo, about 20 minutes from the main airport. He attended Lyceum International School, which is a large private school. Here …
  • MEETING 1152: CLUB PLANS 21/22
    New President Simon led a great discussion on where the club is heading for the new year. That started with an acknowledgement of our new Kaurna welcome provided by Pauline, which was perfect for NAIDOC week. Then various topics were discussed amongst the team 1152 Bulletin
  • MEETING 1151: 25th ANNUAL CHANGEOVER
    The Club’s 25th year changeover was held on Sunday 27th June 2021 at Hibernia Cafe in Magill. It was a wonderful occasion where we said thanks to President Mark for his exceptional year leading the club, we honoured a number of people for their contributions to our club and the wider world, plus welcomed President …
  • MEETING 1150: RAGAS
    Russell Green, from the Rotary Club of Regency Park, wears many hats in Rotary, but today he spoke about RAGAS’s global battle against slavery. He immediately gained our attention with the fact that there are 41 million persons in the world who endure slavery in one form or another, by way of Domestic, Forced Labour, …
  • MEETING 1149: MARY MACKILLOP COLLEGE
    Principal Kath McGuigan from Mary MacKillop College gave us the history of the College, formerly known as St Joseph’s College, and then brought us up to speed on recent and planned improvements for the school. Space limits the size of the college (400 students), but this gem nestled in the eastern suburbs has achieved an …