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 1200: CELEBRATING OUR HISTORY
    It’s official! Australia was settled by convicts – and Magill Sunrise Rotary Club was chartered by imposters! This and other interesting historical facts were revealed as we revisited some club history at this week’s 1200th Meeting. RCMS Bulletin 1200
  • MEETING 1198 & 1199: PINT CAFE & ALL ABOUT BATTERIES
    With so many of our members holidaying or away on other commitments, we almost cancelled meeting #1198. However, a small but cheerful group took the opportunity to visit Magill Village, enjoying a coffee and hearty feed courtesy of Wade at Pint Café. Although the Café opened during Covid, it has survived and continued to grow … Continue reading MEETING 1198 & 1199: PINT CAFE & ALL ABOUT BATTERIES
  • MEETING 1197: CLUB ASSEMBLY & CITATION
    Magill Sunrise recently updated the Club’s 5-year Strategic Plan. The meeting was an opportunity to review progress against those goals – and for club members to provide feedback and ideas. The Magill Sunrise Market is going well and growing – with stalls booked out every month currently. Greg also reported on some initiatives designed to … Continue reading MEETING 1197: CLUB ASSEMBLY & CITATION
  • MEETING 1196: AMAZING YOUNG NOVELIST
    Nomiki Thomas (in company with mum and former Rotarian, Maria) was this week’s guest speaker at our breakfast meeting. Nomiki, aged 13 is a student at Pulteney Grammar, but prior to Pulteney she was a year 6 student at St Andrews at Walkerville. RCMS Bulletin 1196
  • MEETING 1195: UP TOGETHER
    Joseph Mwiseneza, our guest speaker at this morning’s meeting deserved a medal for his effort in driving from Seaford through stormy conditions plus day 3 of the start of Daylight Saving. RCMS Bulletin 1195
  • MEETING 1194: GUY’s PARC
    Guy Ludbrook is an anaesthetist in charge of a University of Adelaide research group, conducting specialised research into multiple disciplines. The purpose of the Unit is not only to undertake contract clinical research for the pharmaceutical and biotech industries, but also to provide a safe and suitable environment for the conduct of academic clinical studies. … Continue reading MEETING 1194: GUY’s PARC
  • MEETING 1193: PETE & RICK’S LITTLE BRITAIN
    Post retirement and Covid, earlier this year Pete and Rick were finally able to achieve their long awaited tour of the British Isles and Germany. With Rick operating the laptop and Pete narrating we were provided with a lightening tour of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales (as well as the Isle of Wight) winding up … Continue reading MEETING 1193: PETE & RICK’S LITTLE BRITAIN
  • MEETING 1192: FUNGI EXPLOSION IN THE GUMS
    When mutual friends of Mark Thompson told him about their walking tour of The Gums, hosted by Ron Sinclair and focusing on the various forms of fungi, Mark thought sounds different, so why not approach Ron to speak at the club. As it turned out Mark had met Ron 40 years ago when respective children … Continue reading MEETING 1192: FUNGI EXPLOSION IN THE GUMS
  • MEETING 1191: RIVER MURRAY LONG ROW
    The familiar faces of Rowing Coach Ben O’Connell and Year 12 Student Seb Cole returned to the club to give us an update on the Norwood International High School’s River Murray Long Row. Ben and Seb covered some old ground to bring our guest Rotarians up to speed on the inaugural Long Row of 132 … Continue reading MEETING 1191: RIVER MURRAY LONG ROW
  • MEETING 1190: ABOUT YWAM
    Marco retired in 2019 from paid employment after a life-long career working initially at the Queen Victoria Hospital, which later merged with the Women’s and Children’s Hospital; his field of expertise being neonatal, paediatric and obstetric haematology. Bulletin 1190
  • MEETING 1189: BACK TO HIBERNIA
    A small but very enthusiastic crowd gathered early this morning outside the Hibernia Café on Magill Road in anticipation of coffee, OJ, smashed avo, brekkie burgers and a chat. No-one left disappointed. We had a good chance to talk about the Magill Village development, assisted by some ‘front-line’ experience and comments from James at Hibernia. … Continue reading MEETING 1189: BACK TO HIBERNIA
  • 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!