Rotary Club of Burnside meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month at the Kensington Hotel, 23 Regent Street, Kensington, 6:00pm for 6:30pm

We also hold a “vocational meeting” on the 3rd Wednesday of every month to visit businesses or get involved in an organisation, please contact Craig for times and location.

To RSVP please contact our membership team via Craig Ritchie on 0481 373 266

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    • Rotary Club of Burnside Changeover Lunch 2024

      Mt Osmond Golf Course, June 23rd 2024

      The Rotary Club of Burnside had an incredible afternoon at the Mt Osmond Golf Club to celebrate the year past and look to the year ahead with incoming President Andrew Bradley.

      Des Munro did a fantastic job as Master of Ceremonies, his quick wit and ability to keep the proceedings on schedule adding greatly to the event.

      President Andrew Bradley thanks each Rotarian, from within and outside the Club, who attended or sent their best wishes. It means a lot to our new President, Andrew Bradley, as he takes on the responsibility of leading our Club for the coming year. Many past members and their partners attending included Brett Dalton, Garry Humphries and Lynette, Brian Wall and Margaret, and Wendy Stewart.

      Rotarians from within and outside the Club

      The Club expresses their thanks to all of our distinguished guests for attending: Anne Monceaux, Mayor of Burnside; Jack Batty MP, Member for Bragg; James Stevens MP, Federal Member for Sturt; District Governor Nominee Rajeev Kamini; Area Governor Elizabeth Gagliardi and her husband Eddie. A special thank you is extended to Andrew’s family, friends, and associates for their support and attendance.

      It was unfortunate that our Immediate Past President, Margie Maloney OAM, could not attend in person. However, a video feed was set up just in time for her to hear her speech recited by incoming Club Secretary John Rockliff. The Club congratulates Margie on a successful year as President in which the Club achieved a lot under her leadership.

      Very well-deserved Paul Harris Fellows were awarded to John Rockliff and Brian Higgins. This was followed by a surprise Paul Harris Fellow awarded to Immediate Past President Margie, as the first act by our incoming President. This is Margie’s first Paul Harris Fellow.

      Surprised, Chris Gascoine received the Max Scrymgour award for “Service Above Self” when, although already the Director for the Rotary Foundation, he stepped in to fill the role of Director for Public Image, undertook substantial work to get the website up and running, and took on the task of Acting Chief Editor of the Bulletin while our Chief Editor, David Dewar, enjoyed a long overdue three-month vacation gallivanting across Europe with family.

      The Club, led by President Andrew, is genuinely excited for the year ahead as we move forward under a vision of Collaboration and Community, promoting peace and understanding among peoples – in the current state of local and world affairs, our mission is more important than ever.

      With the support of fellow Rotarians, Friends of Rotary and the Board, we will have an amazing year.