Great Cycle Challenge 2019

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A Message from Dean Bartley :


As you may know, I have been riding in the Great Cycle Challenge this month to fight kids’ cancer.

And my challenge ended yesterday. In fact, for me riding in this challenge ended on 23 October when I had a cycling accident and hurt my back. Despite my own inconvenience I still encourage everyone to make a contribution for this great cause to fight kids cancer.

So far I’ve ridden 238.7km to end childhood cancer and help these brave kids fight this terrible disease. It’s been tough, but it’s worth every aching muscle to help these kids.

Why have I put myself through this? Because over 600 Australian children are diagnosed with cancer every year.

Kids should be living life, not fighting for it.

Please sponsor me now on the last day of my challenge and support my efforts to save little lives.

To make a donation, visit my page below:

All funds raised will support Children’s Medical Research Institute to provide care, develop treatments and find a cure for childhood cancers.

Thank you for your support.


You can learn more about the Great Cycle Challenge by following the below links:


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Thank You Everyone for your Support –

We managed to Raise a Total of $540 for Lift the Lid on Mental Illness

This includes $440 by the raffle we held on the night and two $50 direct donations to the Australian Rotary Health Hat Day Event!

Congratulations to the three winners of the Raffle, hope you enjoy your prizes.

We would like to Thank Everyone who attended and supported the event! And to our very special
Guest Speaker- Mary Galouzis Founder/Director of ‘Talk Out Loud’. Her and one of volunteers Connor introduced Talk Out Loud which is a non-profit organisation that provides harm prevention initiatives, activities and programs targeted primarily at young people under 30 and their families. At
Talk Out Loud our mission is to equip young people with the tools necessary to maintain a healthy mental, physical and emotional lifestyle using a pro-active positive psychology approach.

Please Check them out:

Hope everyone enjoyed the night and felt more informed on Mental Illness and the importance to raise awareness. You can veiw some photos from the night HERE.

See you next year!!

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Meet our 2020 NYSF Student

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Meet Trent, from the King’s Baptist Grammar School, he will be attending the 2020 National Youth Science Forum. Thanks to our support this ‘future surgeon’ will get to experience a program designed to give students a broader understanding of the diverse study and career options available in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and to encourage continued studies in these fields.

We look forward to hearing more from him after the forum next year!

Group 4 Meeting 2019

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The President and Members of The Rotary Club of Modbury Golden Grove Cordially invite members of the Group 4 Clubs to a Joint meeting

at The Tea Tree Gully Golf Club, Hamilton Road, Fairview Park- Tuesday 10th September 2019


Representatives from Modbury Golden Grove, Tea Tree Gully, Salisbury, Elizabeth and Mawson Lakes Rotary and Rotaract Clubs came together to this joint meeting for fellowship and listen to our special Guest Speaker: Mr Reg Carruthers, Director Aerospace Defence SA and Director SASIC.

Guest Speaker: Mr Reg Carruthers, Director Aerospace Defence SA and Director SASIC






If you want to see more pictures from the night- Please follow the LINK to an album on our facebook page.