Recent migrants (new Aussies) can practice their English, chat about what they want some help to resolve, or just mix with locals rather than always migrants from their home country. Our 'Chat 2 Belong' group helps new Aussies really feel they belong more quickly.
Items we gathered for facial hygiene kits to give indigenous kids in the Northern Territory.
In August, our Club took a day out with a SteamRanger ride from Mt Barker via Strathalbyn to Goolwa for a lazy lunch and mooch around... life's tough, yes?
Every few weeks, club members pitch in to prepare, pack and distribute 50-70 evening meals to Adelaide's homeless or disadvantaged in the city.
Catherine House supports distressed women with crisis or long term accommodation. We've been landscaping some of their properties in many working bees over a few years now.
Among our many fundraising enterprises, Rotarians lovingly convert tasty snags into financial support for many community projects with positive social impact.
A hardy bunch of Adelaide Light Rotarians braved a drizzly June weekend to establish some new plantings along the creek at Gladys Elphick Park on the city's western edge near "Karen Rolton' Oval.
Last year's birthing kit assembly resulted in 600 kits sent to Papua New Guinea and Africa. This year we've scheduled tree planting and fence repairs in bushfire affected areas and...
Some members who are able to meet mid morning on a weekday, enjoying a springtime 'coffee conversation' at White Picket Café.
President Rob also welcomes our latest members, Alison Carter and Paul Jupp on transferring to our Club from Mitcham Rotary.
President Rob (left) and new President John congratulated new members, Maria Garces and Alex Yepes on joining our Adelaide Light Rotary Club during our 1st July Changeover dinner.
Each year, Rotary clubs change the President and refresh their management Boards. Here's our new Adelaide Light Rotary team for the year ahead!