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!
🎉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. 😊🤗😎
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.
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.
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.
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 Lay, Christopher Mark and Robert Hedley – OUTSTANDING WORK FRIENDS
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.
Each year since our club’s inception, we have helped organise a free community Christmas Day lunch for those who may not have anywhere to go on the day. It’s an event that is close to my heart and we have been fortunate enough to see the joy it brings to each of the event’s attendees.
If you or someone you know need somewhere to go and not be alone on a day when celebrations are happening all around, check out this FREE event and dine with your community.
As part of the event each child also receives a present on the day and these presents are kindly donated. If you wish to contribute to the day and donate a present please contact us 🙂 Your gift will be gratefully received.