Loxton Rotary Opp Shop

Located at 4 William Street

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Rotary Club of Loxton (alternate Wednesdays) meets every Wednesday for Dinner at the LOXTON HOTEL MOTEL .
Arrive 6:00pm  Start 6:30pm
End 8:00pm

45 East Tce
LOXTON SA 5333 Australia

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November 2018

Les Burgemeister - President 2017-18

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Please note that our meetings are held every second Wednesday.
Contact President Les for information on 0428 847 689







Let’s Lift the
Lid on

If you take better care of your car, boat or favourite gadget than your body, you aren’t alone. 


The Rotary Club of Loxton invites you to an evening with Doctor Richard (Dick) Wilson, to discuss and learn about men’s health.  Dick grew up in Renmark and graduated in medicine in 1966.  Dick has had an extensive career in medicine overseas and in South Australia and currently works as a GP in Stirling


Be at the Loxton Hotel on Wednesday the 11th of October 2017 at 7.00 pm to learn more about health issues for men.  Cost is $30 per head, for a two course dinner, get your table of ten together and find out more about men’s health issues.


Bookings can be made at the Hotel on 8584 7266 or ring Roger on 0418 683 589.  Bookings are required for the night by 4th October 2017. 


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Other Rotary Club of Loxton projects include - 

  • Ongoing work to support and maintain the Town Beautification Projects - such as the Heritage Park area including the recent development of the Sculpture Park
  • Financial and Volunteer contribution to the construction of the Pioneer Playground in 2015
  • Contributing to local events such as the Annual Show, Loxton Lights Up, and the Mardi Gras by providing a catering outlet with the Rotary Food Van
  • Providing a service to the community through the Rotary Opportunity Shop which is supported by a team of Volunteers and Rotarians. This is made possible due to the generous donations from the Community .  Flow on support is also enabled to groups such as the Riverland Wig Library for Cancer survivors, the Women's Shelter and the Rotary Donations in Kind program
  • Fundraising activities to support the Annual Mardi Gras through the Rotary Mardi Gras Ambassador
  • Encouraging "Pride of Workmanship' with awards to local businesses. by hosting the Annual  Pride of Workmanship Awards Night
  • Supporting local schools and disadvantaged groups through various means such as Prizes/ Awards or financial assistance.
  • Supporting local youth through Programs such as the national Youth Science Forum, and other exchange opportunities such as Rotary Adventure in Citizenship, Vocational Scholarship, and Leadership opportunities 
  • Supporting student exchange with other countries.
  • Actively participating in and financing overseas humanitarian projects such as the Timor Kindergarten Project which  supports disadvantaged children accessing the education system to name a few.
  • Providing humanitarian assistance to the recent Pinery Bushfire survivors   

Loxton is on the River Murray

Loxton's Centenary Feature