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Tuesday 14 October 2014

In this weeks newsletter
  • Guinness Record with "World's Biggest Commercial"
  • Mouthful of Red
  • Representing at the Home Living Expo
  • Volunteers for Shed and Truck Roster
  • A Taste of Timor 2014


Tuesday 21 October
Club Meeting
Tuesday 24 October
World Polio Day
Tuesday 25 October
Taste of Timor
More Calendar Events
Tuesdays 6:30pm for 6:45pm
The Royal Hotel
2 North Terrace Kent Town
Sarah Stewart
Kaitlin Piggott
Honorary Member
Steven Marshall MP for Norwood
Apologies and guests contact our Secretary by email or mobile 0433 387 082


Guinness Record with "World's Biggest Commercial"

To help raise much-needed funds and public awareness for the global effort to eradicate polio, Rotary has collected more than 100,000 messages of support from celebrities, world leaders, and regular "folks next door," all of whom have added their names and photos to "The World's Biggest Commercial," an ever-growing public service announcement on the End Polio Now website that also received Guinness World Record recognition as Largest Photo Awareness Campaign.

This October the 24th is End Polio Day


Mouthful of Red

This wine aged to perfection under cork, this surprisingly full bodied merlot will delight the most distinguished of quaffers. Violent crimson in color and hints of dragon fruit on the mid pallet, perfectly complimenting the subtle oak that has surprising length. J & K award 94 points and drink now.  It's exceptional value will leave you wanting to support our next great cause! $100 a case! Jump in now as we only have 20 left! Order with Secretary Kaitlin (

Proceeds towards our Visayas Community Medical Centre in Cebu to purchase hospital mattresses and linen. This is our second part of our program in partnership with St Andrews Hospital and Donations in Kind after we sent two shipping containers of medical equipment of theatre instruments, hospital beds, wheel chairs, shower chairs and a wealth of other items last March. Cebu was one of the areas devastated by Typhoon Haiyan, and is still in dire need of materials for its rebuilding and rehabilitation.

$100 per case. Contact us
Representing at the Home Living Expo

This last weekend some of our members volunteered manning the ShelterBox Display at the Home Living Expo at the Adelaide Show Grounds.
Volunteers for Shed and Truck Roster

We are looking for volunteers for the upcoming St Peters shed and truck roster.  Please contact our secretary (

Saturday 1/11/2014, 9am to 12pm - Truck Pick Up
Saturday 8/11/2014, 9am to 12pm - Truck Pick Up
Saturday 8/11/2014, 9am to 12pm - Rummage Shop
Saturday 15/11/2014, 
9am to 12pm - Truck Pick Up
Saturday 29/11/2014, 9am to 12pm - Truck Pick Up


A Taste of Timor 2014

The Rotary Club of Magil Sunrise has much pleasure in presenting A Taste of Timor, in support of the eradication of leprosy in Timor-Leste

Attendees at the Taste of Timor will enjoy a 3-course Timorese meal (Indonesian & Portuguese influences) and gain an insight to the culture, history, music and cuisine of Timor-Leste

All proceeds from this event will support "The Challenge of Oecusse"

WHEN Sunday 25th October 6:30pm
WHERE Campbelltown Function Centre, 172 Montacute Rd, ROSTREVOR SA (map)
COST  $40 per person 
BOOK for tables of 10, half tables or individuals 
GET INVOLVED For tickets or more information contact or call Julie on 0401 152 099 


2013-2014 BOARD

Sarah Stewart

Vice President
Kaylene Kranz

Immediate Past President & Community Director
Teagan Webb

Club Administration
Greg Love

Kaitlin Piggott

Augustine Bhaskarraj

Foundation Director
Nelson Sans Cadena

Youth Director
Steve Hayter

International Service Projects Director
Jesse Barker Gale

Communication and Visibility
Sarah Stewart and Greg Love


16th Meeting for 2014/15

Tuesday 07 October

President Kaylene Kranz

The Royal Hotel, Kent Town


Guest Speaker Anh Caprille "Leadership Symposium in Phnom Penh"

Josh, Abbie-Lea, Nathan and Kara 

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