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Adelaide Hills Motor Restorers Club

Welcome to the Adelaide Hills Motor Restorers Club

The Adelaide Hills Motor Restorers Club was formed in 1984 by a group of people with a common interest in preserving the machinery of our past.  In particular, cars, motorcycles, trucks, tractors, stationary engines and machinery manufactured in South Australia. Membership is open to anyone who shares this interest whether or not they own any machinery.

 

Search our volunteer vacancies or contact us at pop@ahmrc.org 

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Conservation Volunteers Australia

 

 

 

 

 

 

Join us on various conservation projects in Adelaide and regional SA. Achieve positive environmental impact, meet like-minded participants and improve the health of our beautiful yet fragile ecosystems!

Previous experiences or skills not required. Our helpful team leaders will provide required skills and training on the day. You should be reasonably fit as our projects require lots of physical work, including bending down and using tools.

For more information, please take a look at our available volunteering activities or contact us at adelaide@cva.org.au or phone (08) 8352 4111.

Our Conservation Goal

To increase resilience through the protection, maintenance and restoration of the environment - landscapes, habitats, species and heritage. 

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Cornerstone College

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Do you have some spare time on your hands?  Or do you want to further your skills?

We have a range of different opportunities that may interest you.

  • Second Hand Uniform Shop: customer service, sales, EFTPOS, retail.
  • College Canteen - servicing three Lutheran Schools in the Adelaide Hills: food preparation, customer service, and cash handling.
  • PT&F events and fundraiser opportunities: we have many events throughout the year like our annual Food & Fun Fest. Event set-up and preparation, telemarketing, gift wrapping - the list is endless. 

We have lots of fun so please don't hesitate to contact us to see what exciting opportunities are available... every little bit helps.

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Floral Art Club of Mount Barker Inc

Affiliated Club of AFAA - Australian Floral Art Association and long time sponsor of the Floral Art section of the Mount Barker District Show.   

We are looking for more members to join our club and learn and practice the art of floral arranging through demonstrations and workshops.  Visitors welcome.

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WHEN: Club meets every third Thursday of the month (except December and January) at 1.30pm

WHERE:  CWA Hall, Cnr Mann and McLaren Streets, Mount Barker

Enquires welcome.  Please phone Joylene (8391 1586) or Yvonne (0414 777 649)

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Littlehampton Community Association

 
 
 
The Littlehampton Community Association (LCA) was formed in 1974 to involve residents in community issues, activities and the improvement of township facilities.
 
The current committee is working towards many projects for the betterment our residents, business and community as a whole.
 
The LCA holds many events during the year, including the highly attended ANZAC Day Service & Gunfire Breakfast and Remembrance Day Services, the Littlehampton Carols in the Glebe, and a BBQ stand at various local events.
 
We have a fantastic group of volunteers, and would love to welcome you onto our team!
 
You can contact secretary on lschliebs1@bigpond.com or follow this site.
 

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Rotary of Blakiston

The Rotary Club of Blakiston provides the following Services to its local community:

  • conducts the Anzac Day service at Littlehampton.
  • sponsors 2 children to the Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment (RYPEN).
  • supports a Mens Health project in the Mount Barker Shopping Centre.
  • has a stand at the Mount Barker Show.
  • supports "top hat".
  • holds a roadwatch on the road between Littlehampton and Nairne.
  • helps support the Fathers Day BBQ at Littlehampton Primary School.
  • holds a Melbourne Cup Day with proceeds going to Mental Health.
  • has a float in the Mt Barker Christmas Pageant.

To find out how you can be involved take a look at our volunteering vacancies.

Or how about coming along to one of our meetings. The Rotary Club of Blakiston

meets every Wednesday from 6.30pm for Dinner and a meeting at

AUCHENDARROCH, 17 Adelaide Road, Mount Barker.

 

 

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Stirling Players Inc

The Stirling Players, initially known as the Hills Drama Group, are the resident theatre group of the Stirling Community Theatre.  The group was formed after some committed local residents in 1971 succeeded in their lobby to preserve the iconic 1884 Stirling Institute building, in Avenue Road, Stirling, for use as a community centre, following its threatened demolition.  A 25-member committee subsequently resolved to ensure that the old building, newly named the Stirling Community Centre, would get plenty of community use. 

The Hills Drama Group’s first production to the public, an evening of one act plays, was presented in June 1972 with the first full length production, ‘Angels in Love’ in November of the same year.  It was in 1973 that the group adopted its new name ‘The Stirling Players’ and has gone on to mount at least two productions each year with production profits going towards the old building’s upkeep and facility improvement. 

The Stirling Players are now a well-recognised part of the Adelaide amateur theatre scene having produced many award-winning and ‘first production’ plays.  And significant upgrades have been made to the Avenue Road building since 1972 including the addition of a rehearsal/change room and props room, and refurbishment of the auditorium and foyer.  It now boasts a sophisticated sound & lighting system, a comfortable tiered and carpeted auditorium, a warm and inviting foyer, and inside toilets! And has been renamed the Stirling Community Theatre.

Variety of Volunteer Roles available

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The Hills Community Toy Library

The Hills Community Toy Library are looking for fabulous new volunteers to come join our community!

Do you have . .

  • an interest in helping to run a vibrant not for profit
  • great organisational skills, a creative mind, or a passion to play your part and make a difference
  • a small amount of time out of your busy life to help out

As a volunteer you will:

  • have access to borrow a wide variety of toys,
  • meet other families and volunteers
  • learn many new skills and have a great time, and
  • enjoy being actively involved in your local community.

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