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Postal Address     
Rotary Club Of Mitcham Inc.
PO Box 7, Mitcham Shopping Centre,
Torrens Park, SA. 5062
 
Attendance
Andrew Atterton
0418788401

Meeting Place       
The Edinburgh Hotel 
1-7 High Street, Mitcham.
Wednesdays, 
6 for 6:30 PM

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Rotary Club of Mitcham meets every Wednesday for Dinner at the EDINBURGH HOTEL .
Arrive 6:00pm  Start 6:30pm
End 8:00pm

HIGH St
MITCHAM SA 5062 Australia

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April 2014

 

Rotary Club of Mitcham, South Australia are hosting a film afternoon at the Wallis Cinemas, Mitcham on Sunday 13th April.

TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE via Secretary Andrew: mitcham@rotaryclub.org.au or mobile 0418788401

The movie will be released to the public just three days prior, so this is a chance to see the movie 'hot off the press.'...


Tickets are $20 and will include a pre-movie drink. We are raising money for Australian Rotary Health (healthier minds, bodies and communities through research, awareness and education).

About the Movie:
GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL recounts the adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend. The story involves the theft and recovery of a priceless Renaissance painting and the battle for an enormous family fortune -- all against the back-drop of a suddenly and dramatically changing Continent. Written by Fox Searchlight Pictures.

Australian Rotary Health is Australia's largest non-government funding body of mental illness research. They also fund research in other health related areas.

The genesis of Australian Rotary Health in 1981 was the mystery of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).  The Late Ian Scott, from the Rotary Club of Mornington, established Australian Rotary Health to support research into SIDS.  As Australian Rotary Health grew so did the vision of medical research possibilities.  Supported by Rotarians Australian wide, Australian Rotary Health was soon in a position to sponsor health research in areas that did not readily attract funding.

Australian Rotary Health has a broad vision of health.  They are a catalyst for projects that improve the quality of life for people who are least able to assist themselves. From 2012, the focus of research
grants will be: “The Mental Health of Young Australians”.

Australian Rotary Health has now allocated over $26 million to health research, awareness and education.

Find out more about Australian Rotary Health here:
http://www.australianrotaryhealth.org.au/