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 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 …
  • MEETING 1148: ABOUT CALPERUM
    Ian and Suzette spent last weekend at Calperum Station, north of Renmark. Calperum is one of a handful of Biosphere Reserves in Australia. Rotary members from several Clubs across District 9510 joined together to support the environment research activities undertaken on the property. This weekend saw a new activity, measuring soil salinity. This involves digging …
  • MEETING 1147: SHELTER BOXES
    A few months back at our Market, Shelterbox was the prime beneficiary from out takings on the day. We also chipped in a bit more to ensure at least one complete ShelterBox could be purchased. We also noticed that patrons of the BBQ stand were willing to chuck in loose change and make donations when …
  • MEETING 1146: STUART CRAFTED TIMBERS
    What an interesting life our guest speaker has had. John was born in 1937 and then experienced a disruptive childhood. John’s dad was a carpenter at Islington Railway Works and worked on the Nullarbor, making and repairing bridges during WWII. John and family lived at Christies Beach, when Beach Road never had a shop. He …
  • MEETING 1145: DISTRICT ASSEMBLY
    Three club members (Mark, Ian and Simon) attended District 9510’s Assembly held at Prince Alfred College. In addition to the plenary session held in the College Theatre there were spoiled for choice with around another 60 sessions to choose from thereafter. In coming DG Jeff Neale had a lot of positives. One of RI’s themes …
  • MEETING 1144: ‘SUNRISE’: WHAT’S IN A NAME?
    A general discussion was held regarding the draft club logos circulated on 16th April. These logos had been used at the last market as a trial and involve use of a sunrise motif aligned with the colour and style guidelines published by Rotary International. The first issue discussed was whether we are known as Rotary …
  • MEETING 1143: KNOWING MAGILL R&SL
    The Magill Sub-Branch can be traced back to 1921, but actually came into being in April 1946 (75th anniversary this year). Land in Lorne Avenue was offered to the sub-branch by the City of Campbelltown in 1947 and the current building was completed in 1958. Membership is not a requirement for any person to visit …
  • MEETING 1142: CLUB PROMOTION
    In lieu of Guest Speaker, Pauline raised some good points for discussion. We all agreed that we fail to blow our own bags regarding the worthy works that our club funds and we should make market attendees aware of what we do with a view to recruiting new members. Promos and attendee surveys can remedy …
  • MEETING 1141: FIVE GOOD FRIENDS
    Five Good Friends is the business name for a Home Care service that is relatively new to SA. Why the name ‘Five Good Friends’? Well with 5 good friends the world’s your oyster. Sam Carson, Commercial Director presented while two of the SA team looked on and helped with answers to queries. We found the …