The Christmas Pageant…Raising our profile in the community especially to families and having fun!

For many years, The Rotary Club of Adelaide has provided approximately 33 volunteers to man the 11 Crossovers along the route from South Tce, down King William St, Wakefield St, Pulteney St, Grenfell St, to North Tce.
The Pageant starts at 9.30am and takes approximately 2 hours for the 88 floats to complete the journey to the Magic Cave at David Jones on North Terrace. The Crossover Teams arrive at 6.30am and stay until the Pageant is complete, (approximately 12.00noon) helping with the packing up, and clearing the fencing so that the city is able to return to the normal activities.
Organisers estimate a crowd of more than 350,000 line the streets of Adelaide, some setting up at 3.00am to save places for their families, behind the Blue safety line. There is also a huge TV audience watching live coverage, and then for a replay later on the same day.
The Rotary Club of Adelaide works closely with Brian Gilbertson Head of the Credit Union Christmas Pageant, to create a safe and friendly environment. The Club receives a small donation for their help on the day which goes towards carrying out their charitable work in the local community.
The Rotary Club of Adelaide believes that this event typifies its work by contributing in a very necessary and visual way.

Trees for Life...

tfl collageRotary Adelaide Trees for Life team has started its second season as growers for the Trees for Life organisation.

Growing the native plants is a well organised and documented process.  Team members receive their growing boxes, soil, plastic tubes, seed etc plus handbooks in October.  Planting is from October to the end of December depending on plant species and results so far have been good. 

The plants will continue to require regular watering and care through the summer until handover in May.  The recipient will be a farmer on the Eyre Peninsula.

The Club's team of volunteers includes 15 members plus one friend and this year we are growing 24 boxes of 60 trees in each box = 1440 trees.

Want to know more about volunteering with Rotary and how you can also get involved with this Trees for Life project please reach out to us and we will connect you.

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We gratefully acknowledge the enthusiasm and support of our partner organisations