WE CAN ACHIEVE MORE AS A GROUP THAN BY OURSELVES
AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE
WELCOME TO OUR CLUB
WELCOME THIS YEAR'S PRESIDENTS,
DES MUNRO & BRETT DALTON
We welcome back Des Munro to the role of President for the 20/21 year along with his partner in crime Brett Dalton.
With a busy year coming up both personally and within Rotary, the gentlemen thought it best to join forces and take on the role of President together.
With enthusiam and plenty of ideas, it's going to be a great year with these two at the helm
This weekend sees the Rotary Club of Burnside join with other clubs from around the district to support the Yunta Hay Run
Helping our drought stricken farmers, eight semi loads of feed will be delivered to the community of Yunta to be shared amongst 13 properties that are desperately in need of the help.
We look forward to joining the convoy as they make their
EXCITING NEWS! -
NEW MARKET COMING SOON
There's a new market coming to the City of Burnside; a hub for designers, artists, foodies and creatives.
Welcome to Market at the Hub proudly presented by Rotary Club of Burnside and supported by the City of Burnside.
With the current Caronavirus situation, we anticipate a late 2020 start.
Click to find out more
The Rotary Club of Burnside are proud to announce a $6000 contribution to TANZEED; a South Australian organisation working to empower Tanzanian children through education.
With our funding, co-founders, Adam and Karen Burford will be able to complete the school and obtain registration by the Tanzanian Government; a feet no others have previously achieved.
Namelok School (meaning “sweet little school” in Maasai) is located in a remote community called Kiserian in northern Tanzania. Kiserian is a proud Maasai community but they have many challenges. There is no running water, electricity, established road or health services. The nearest Government school is over 12km away and takes children approximately 3 hours for children to walk each way. Namelok School enables children to access an education in their community.
We are excited and looking forward to seeing the progress of these children as they move through their education.
WHERE OUR FUNDRAISING GOES
The Rotary Club of Burnside is involved in many projects in the areas of youth, our community, environment & health locally and internationally.
In the 18/19 Rotary Year our club raised over $28,000 to put towards these projects and causes. Here's a few highlights.
As always, supporting our local youth in their educational, sporting and leadership development was a key focus. With support for students to attend the National Youth Science Forum and test themselves by sailing on the One & All as part of the Rotary Youth Sailing programme we saw some incredible results.
Locally, the Rotary Club of Burnside continued to hold the Seniors Christmas lunch at the Burnside Town Hall. This event attracts over 120 local seniors for a 2 course lunch and drinks. This year, the attendees were treated to fantastic entertainment from the Burnside Primary School choir.
Rotary International is involved in a number of projects which our Club support.
ROMAC (Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children) aims to provide children of our neighbouring countries specialist medical care for those at risk of severe deterioration or even death. Here in South Australia, two children from the Solomon Islands were supported in life-saving heart surgery this year.
The Rotary Foundation continues its fantastic work across the globe with the "End Polio" focus being top priority. With only a handful of recorded polio sufferers noted, and generous backing from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, this major project is making a concerted effort to knock this dreaded disease out. The Rotary Club of Burnside provides a significant contribution to the Foundation each year.
Is there a project or cause that you want to get more involved in? We are always looking for new activities, so get in touch.
MEET THE BOARD
There are a number of people involved in keeping our Club running smoothly. This year's board members are listed below, so if you have any questions about our Club, feel free to have a chat to any of these fabulous individuals.
GET IN TOUCH
WANT TO KNOW MORE?
If you are looking to make a difference in your community, please get in contact.
We would love to have you work with us on our current projects, or perhaps find a way to get involved with a cause that you might be interested in.
You are always welcome to join members at one of our meetings or vocational evenings. Just drop us a note to let us know you are coming along.
Rotary Club of Burnside meetings are held every fortnight at the Maylands Hotel, 67 Phillis Street, Maylands SA 5069.
We also hold a "vocational" evening once a month to visit businesses or get involved in an organisation.
Check our schedule in the Whats Coming up at the Club section to see when our next one is. We'd love to have you there.
To RSVP please contact
President Des 0419 866 495
BBQing WITH ROTARY
You may see us out and about in the community raising funds for our projects by cooking a barbie. Well if you have an event you need catering for, then feel free to get in contact with Brett Dalton on 0497 400 084.