A WINEderful Meeting

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We had the pleasure last night of hosting a Wine Tasting and Appreciation Evening, appropriately titled a WINEderful Meeting. Our members and friends were taken through an awesome selection of Red and White White from Bent Creek Vineyards. Thank you to David Garrick for his time and for sharing his knowledge with us. We are all now know about what to expect from particular wine and could competently select the right wines for our tastes when out at an important function, celebration or work dinner.

Rotaract SA 50th Celebration

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Rotaract celebrated 50 years this year and it was our pleasure to collaborate with all the Rotaract District 9500 Club and some key Rotarians to help out on a wonderful fundraiser and celebration. Here are the snaps. More celebrations and reunions to come soon.

“A few moments from our Rotaract 50th celebration last Friday night at Adelaide Town Hall when Rotaract was recognised in a Civic Ceremony for the work that past and present Rotaractors have done to help serve the community and the reception at Adelaide Pavillion where we looked back at past projects and milestones and also raised funds for the Zahra Foundation. It was also a chance for past Rotaractors to catch up, some years between seeing each other! A fantastic night was had, thank you to everyone who attended and organised the event to help mark this special occasion. #RotaractSA50” – District 9500

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9500 Rotaract Club of the Year Award

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At this years Rotary District 9500 and 9520 Combined Conference, Our Club was awarded the 9500 Rotaract Club of the Year. Congratulations to all our members who are constantly going out of their way to serve our club and our wonderful surrounding community.

Here’s to the future and the continued success of our Rotaract Club!

Rotary Club of Salisbury, SA
Rotary District 9500 South Australia
Rotaract District 9500

Presidential Citation 2016/17

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Wow, this came in the post today from Rotary International

🎉CONGRATULATIONS🎉 to President 2016/17 Benjamin Ryder and all our members for receiving a presidential citation during Rotary: Serving Humanity. Hard work definitely reaps personal and community success, reward and growth. 😊🤗😎

Rotary District 9500 South Australia
Rotaract District 9500
Rotary Club of Salisbury, SA

Meeting RI President IAN RISELY

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Here are our members: President Joshua Lay, President-Elect Damien Walker and our newest member Maddy Kennewell with Rotary InternationalWorld President Ian Risely today at Murray Bridge Town Hall. Thanks to Mobilong Rotary Inc for their effort to day and organising this.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rotary District 9500 South Australia
Rotaract District 9500

Annual General Meeting 2018

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Salisbury City Rotaract Club Inc. held our Annual General Meeting to elect the Board Members for 2018/19,

“Rotary – Be The Inspiration”.

The following members we elected in as Office Bearers:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We look forward to seeing what they bring to our club effective July 1 2018.

Rotary Club of Salisbury, SA
Rotary District 9500 South Australia

Happy 2018!

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Salisbury City Rotaract Club wishes all our members, friends and the wider community a Happy 2018 – may it bring you happiness and health in whatever you are doing. We will just let you know that 2018 can be whatever you want it to be; DEFINE IT YOURSELF!
See you on the 10th of January for our first meeting back.
Keep the 10th March free too, for our Salisbury Rotaract Reunion 50th Celebration.
 
Best Wishes!
The Team @ Salisbury City Rotaract Club

Merry Christmas To You – Our Members, Friends & Followers

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We at Salisbury City Rotaract would like to wish all our members, friends and followers a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays…. however, you may or may not be spending it. We thank you all for your hard work and support and hope you enjoy your well-deserved break. Stay safe! FYI: First meeting back for 2018 is the Wednesday, 10th January.

 

Thanks Team

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THANK YOU, EVERYONE!

We are busy making wrapping up the preparation for the 2017 Free Christmas Lunch – we have almost tied everything up with a neat little bow.

 

THANK YOU all the people who have made it possible to bring joy to young people faces this Christmas through donating presents to this event.
Youth In Salisbury– Twelve25 Staff and Volunteers
Rotary Club of Salisbury, SA
Staff from Barossa Fine Foods
Salisbury Catholic Parish – Staff and Volunteers
Ray White Golden Grove – Greenwith – Salisbury
Our Members & Their Friends and Families

Thank you to all our members and friends who have been busy working to collect presents and promote this event. Special shout out to DamienWalker, Joshua LayChristopher Mark and Robert Hedley – OUTSTANDING WORK FRIENDS

Campaign for End Trachoma Raises $430

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THANK YOU  CAMPAIGN FOR END TRACHOMA BY 2020  RAISES $430

Salisbury City Rotaract over the last month was seeking Pledges towards making basic hygiene more affordable and accessible. WE RAISED $430 to go directly to EndTrachoma by 2020. Thank you to 43 people who supported our campaign.

We know that Trachoma is the leading infectious cause of blindness globally and Australia remains the world’s last developed country where Trachoma still persists… without Prevention, it will persist.