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 1255: ACKNOWLEDGING COUNTRY
    To introduce this subject, prominent local First Nations person Shouwn Oosting spoke of his links to the Northern Territory, just south of the Gulf of Carpentaria, where his mother was one of the stolen generation. Growing up in Adelaide how he had a disconnect with family members there until later in his life. RCMS Bulletin … Continue reading MEETING 1255: ACKNOWLEDGING COUNTRY
  • MEETING 1254: INSIDE THE RSL
    There was a military theme running through the presentations of our two guest speakers. First came Meredith Burgess, President of the Magill RSL Sub Branch, followed by Tara Belton, CEO RSL SA and NT. RCMS Bulletin 1254
  • MEETING 1253: SCIENCE EXPERIENCE & EPILEPSY UPDATES
    We spend almost one-third of our life at work, so it was great to hear from three students today about their recent Santos Science Experience program. The benefits of meeting industry professionals and engaging in new STEM activities, has clearly enhanced their passion for STEM and provided a better understanding about future opportunities to share … Continue reading MEETING 1253: SCIENCE EXPERIENCE & EPILEPSY UPDATES
  • MEETING 1252: CLUB REFLECTIONS
    This week’s club meeting shone a well-deserved spotlight on the remarkable contributions of our club and some neighbouring Rotary clubs. It is clear that each one embodies the spirit of community service, dedicating countless hours to initiatives that profoundly impact our society. RCMS Bulletin 1252
  • MEETING 1251: CLUB BIRTHDAY
    On the 14th of May 1996 the Rotary Club of Magill Sunrise was chartered and so our journey began to “provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders”. RCMS Bulletin 1251
  • MEETING 1250: COINSLIDING FOR EPILEPSY
    Our rebadged and new look “Coins For Good Causes” coin deposit had its origins as a fund raiser for the SA Epilepsy Association, which had sat dormant in the home of our guest speaker Elizabeth Backshall. RCMS Bulletin 1250
  • MEETING 1249: HITCHING A RIDE IN SA
    When you read that “McDouall Stuart Hitches a Ride” you think of him mounting the camel of a fellow traveller, but it is the title of Rosemary Cadden’s new book. Rosemary was promoting her book at last Sunday’s Magill Market, where Club President Lindsay recognised an interesting guest speaker. RCMS Bulletin 1249
  • MEETING 1248: BACK FROM THE USA
    First up presenter today was Bernard Flynn. 17 years old, and already a great singer, dancer and theatre performer. Bernard’s skills are highly regarded and well demonstrated in school and local theatre performances. RCMS Bulletin 1248
  • MEETING 1247: DISTRICT CONFERENCE WRAPUP
    Bet G, Ian and Suzette C were the only club members who attended District Conference Loxton, 15-17 March and both Bet and Ian gave us summary of some of the outstanding presentations. RCMS Bulletin 1247
  • MEETING 1246: MEETING THE FAMILY COOK
    Victoria Braithwaite, creative founder of “The Family Cook”, was our guest speaker. We soon realised that Victoria loves to cook, using terminology like, ‘Each meal feels like a warm hug’ and ‘Cooking is the universal language of love’. RCMS Bulletin 1246
  • MEETING 1245: HELPING KIDS IN ZIMBABWE
    This morning our club had the pleasure of welcoming Alice Josef, a physiotherapist working in the aged care sector and a passionate supporter of AFADU and Dr Godfrey Sibanda, a director at the Lirhanzo Childrens Village in Zimbabwe, and medical practitioner here in Adelaide. RCMS Bulletin 1245
  • MEETING 1244: SETTING OUR GOALS
    Our Club Assembly shared details and Actions from our recent Members Survey (and briefly reviewed recent Board Meeting matters and decisions). RCMS Bulletin 1244