homemade in our kitchen
Butter chicken with rice & pappadums
Sticky date pudding with toffee sauce & cream
PLEASE NOTE DINNER WILL BE AT 6.00 PM FOR TONIGHT ONLY
Crumbed prawns with salad & chips
Roast Beef with veggies & gravy
Warm apricot custard cake with cream & icecream
Mediterranean Chicken Casserole served with cous cous & vegies
A new beginning with Nicole from The Olive Branch Café
Eat in or take away
The President & Committee extend a formal invitation to you and your family.
Sunday 11th November 2018 will mark the centenary of the Armistice which brought an end to The Great War of 1914 - 1918. November is a significant month for the RSL and includes our Poppy Appeal and Remembrance Day.
The Field of Remembrance features thousands of crosses planted in the lawns adjacent to Government House, Adelaide. The crosses are planted by Veteran Associations and school students.
The Poppy Appeal raises funds for the RSL to deliver services for Veterans and their families. In line with that mood, the appeal provides financial support for programs:
Poppies are available for sale from RSL Sub-Branches across South Australia, Northern Territory and Broken Hill. RSL also has national partnerships with Woolworths and Officeworks who sell poppies on our behalf – significant relationships that assist our fundraising efforts.
In Adelaide we have the support of serving personnel from the Australian Defence Force who donate their time to sell poppies.
Services are conducted in metropolitan and country areas and details on services and activities will be available closer to the time.
We are very pleased to be working with the City of Adelaide who support our Remembrance Day Service and collections in city streets. We also thank the sporting organisations who support the Poppy Appeal each year.We thank everyone who supports the RSL and our Poppy Appeal during November. If you have a family member who served in the military you may be interested in adding their profile to the RSL Virtual War Memorial.
Please check PDF file in our Newsletter section of
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