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 1188: CLUB ASSEMBLY – MORE STRAT PLAN!
    Simon stepped us through various updates to our Club Strategic Plan, including the new “actions” and “measurements” to support our Goals. We can also now link the activities to Rotary’s Areas of Focus to show how our plans support Rotary International’s goals. The feeling was the move to a simple and visual format will make … Continue reading MEETING 1188: CLUB ASSEMBLY – MORE STRAT PLAN!
  • MEETING 1187: STROKE AWARENESS
    Our Guest speaker over breakfast was Karyn Kennedy, advocate for the Hospital Research Foundation Stroke. Club member Mark Thompson had a link to Karyn when they both worked in the Life Insurance Industry; Karyn working as an self employed adviser and as an employee for corporate institutions. Karyn was aged 52 and self-employed as an … Continue reading MEETING 1187: STROKE AWARENESS
  • MEETING 1186: KNOWING OUR LOCAL VET
    Dr Conor Brand, Veterinary Surgeon and new owner of the Newton Vet Centre replaced retiring vet and Rotarian, Geoff Browne in March of this year. Geoff had been Mark Thompson’s vet for a number of years and was impressed with Conor’s treatment of his 2 dogs. Bulletin RCMS 1186
  • MEETING 1185: 2022 CHANGEOVER
    The Rotary Club of Magill Sunrise Changeover breakfast was held on Sunday 3rd July at the Café Outside the Square, in Whitmore Square. The café is a 100% not-for-profit community café and functions/meetings space, providing food, support, and training opportunities for marginalised groups, including those experiencing homelessness. All profits generated service their mission. Bulletin RCMS … Continue reading MEETING 1185: 2022 CHANGEOVER
  • MEETING 1184: STRAT PLAN AGAIN!
    Thanks to everyone who provided feedback to the draft Strategic Plan. Belated thanks also to new member Peter who sent some outstanding feedback via email that arrived at 7.03am, so a little late to include in the discussion directly – although some aspects were raised. Your ideas will certainly be taken into account. Bulletin RCMS … Continue reading MEETING 1184: STRAT PLAN AGAIN!
  • MEETING 1183: MARKET HUDDLE
    As the Market experience was fresh in our minds, talk turned to that. Once again, the issue of poor long weekend turnouts has certainly come along, and we chatted about the potential of moving to a third Sunday approach from next year (subject to a poll from stallholders). Bulletin RCMS 1183
  • MEETING 1182: MORIALTA VISIT
    Morialta are our parent club and it was great to join them at the Tower Hotel for their meeting. It was also an excellent opportunity to catch up on one of their major projects as they had some very important guests and a great presentation to witness. Bulletin RCMS 1182
  • MEETING 1181: 2022 SANTOS SCIENCE EXPERIENCE
    It was a superb experience to welcome the students we supported on the Science Experience to find out how it all went. And just wow! It was extremely clear that this experience opened eyes and minds and was potentially life changing for all involved. Bulletin RCMS 1181
  • MEETING 1180: “GOOD MORNING MR OATES”
    It was an absolute pleasure to welcome Charter Member and Past President Brenton Oates back to the club to tell us all about his life since leaving the club 10 years ago and his retirement in 2020, since when he has been writing his memoirs. Bulletin RCMS 1180
  • MEETING 1179: ABORIGINAL VETERANS SA
    Simon Kelly is well known to many of us for his former role as a teacher at Rostrevor College, so it was wonderful to have him back to talk to us about his current very important role with Aboriginal Veterans SA (AVSA). Bulletin RCMS 1179
  • MEETING 1178: A NEW CLUB STRATEGIC PLAN
    Let’s face it, Strategic Plans are not fun to create, but are essential. Our plan is based around 3 strategic pillars in the circles at the top – Community Connection, Sustainable Future, Take Action. Each one of those colour coded pillars breaks down to a number of strategies to be followed over the next 5 … Continue reading MEETING 1178: A NEW CLUB STRATEGIC PLAN
  • MEETING 1177: MAYOR JILL’S COUNCIL UPDATE
    Mayor Jill provided us a presentation updating several areas that have influenced this term of Council and its activities. They revolved around headings such as Financial, Covid 19, Local Business, Environment, Development & Planning & Open Space. All these things dovetail with the new vision of “A Safe, Sustainable, Vibrant Community”. Bulletin RCMS 1177