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ANZAC DAY 2017

Dawn Service

04.40hrs Parade commences

05.00hrs Service commences

05.30hrs Service concludes

 

Gunfire breakfast at the Memorial Club from 5.45 am

 

Citizens Service

08.40hrs Parade commences

08.50hrs Parade arrives ANZAC PARK

09.00 Service commences

10.00 Service concludes

 

Memorial Club will be open to the public at 10.00 am

 

Two-up from 12.00 noon

 


 

Southport RSL Sub Branch Coffee Morning

 Our next coffee morning will be on Wednesday the 24th of May at 10:00 am

 


 

 Every Thursday evening from 6:00 pm. Sub Branch volunteers sell meat raffle tickets to club patrons. 5 meat tray prizes can be won at 7:00 pm on Thursday night by 5 lucky winners. All monies collected go towards our coffee mornings and welfare activities run by our Sub Branch.

Volunteers are welcome to help run this weekly raffle. Please call the Sub Branch office if you wish to to be considered and can donate some time to help sell raffle tickets. 

 


Our friendly team of volunteers are able to help you with membership, welfare, pensions and advocacy, and you are very welcome to join our social events. Our volunteers are also involved in fundraising, guest speaking, funeral services, school visits, hospital visits and public relations.

This can be very rewarding.. Come and Join our team!


ANZAC Shirts Notice

 T-Shirts XS to 3XL = $30.00               T-Shirts 4XL to 6XL = $35.00

     Polo Shirt XS to 3XL = $35.00          Polo Shirts 4XL to 6XL = $40.00


Southport RSL Sub Branch Coffee Mornings

We have commenced a coffee morning get together for Veterans their families carers and friends, each third Wednesday of each Month. These are held at the RSL Club Southport Memorial Club, downstairs from 10 am to 12 noon.  All are welcome to attend.  Coffee, Tea, light snacks provided with fellowship… Your attendance and support can ensure that this great social event continues.

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The Sub Branch and the Southport RSL Memorial Club Inc. Trading as RSL Club Southport has a proud heritage in the local district. It has come a long way since the school of Arts was first erected on the site in 1882 and provided seating for 200 people, stage, dressing rooms and a “splendid” library.

In 1938 control of this building was handed to the RSL, who were to erect a modern brick building on the site in 1957.  This building was augmented in 1996 with the bulding of the new club and the old club was sold and demolished to make way for Victoria Towers retirement living a few years ago.

The Sub Branch numbers over 400 members and is active in the community, veterans support and fundraising.

We have a dedicated volunteer welfare, pensions & advocacy team that is supported by a roving QLD State Branch Pension Officer.  RSL members are invited to consider becoming a part of this great team.

Contact the Secretary during office hours if you have some time and wish to be considered to volunteer and help in a worthwhile cause.

 

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