Posts Tagged ‘Public’

Interim President’s Update

Interim President’s Update October 2017 It has been two months since the RSL came out of Administration and our destiny was placed back into our hands!   It has been a very busy time and the small Interim Board, supported by the recently appointed Chief Executive Officer, Corey Starkey, have been working extremely hard. As…

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Membership Survey

Service Members have been emailed a membership survey prepared by Membership Volunteer Kane Hall. CEO Corey Starkey authorised the survey and requests that you take five minutes to complete it online, please. This will help assist us to address concerns and add value to RSL memberships. An Affiliate Member survey is being prepared.

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RAID ON CELTIC WOOD

What happened to 71 out of 85 Australian soldiers missing after an attack on the Germans in Celtic Wood in 1917? For a century it has been a mystery of the Great War. Three Courts of Inquiry with vague results, speculation of a massacre and acceptance of what was officially recorded did not resolve the…

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CEO Message 6/10/17

Dear Member, The past few weeks have been busy but very productive. Last week I was honoured to join the Renmark RSL along with Bill Denny and Cheryl Cates at their monthly meeting. It was great to hear about the initiative of the Renmark Sub-Branch and their relocation after selling their building and land to…

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Host a Big Aussie Barbie for Prostate Cancer Fundraising

Host a Barbie to fundraise for prostate cancer. Cricket legend and Big Aussie Barbie ambassador, Matthew Hayden AM, says “Prostate Cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Aussie men. “Hosting a BBQ is an easy way to help me raise $1,000,000 for men like my father to survive prostate cancer.” Find out how to…

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RSL & ACNC: President’s Message

Dear Members, I am writing to inform you of some recent events that have taken place over the last weeks some that will have an ongoing impact on the RSL SA/NT. The news is mixed however, we as an organisation, should remain proud of our RSL and the good works we do in the Veteran…

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