What would we do without our friends and family during large events like Australia Day Breakfast.
Rotary members gave sterling service as usual for this big day starting very early getting prepacked equipment and trailers to Noarlunga and finishing about midday with trailers repacked and back in the shed. The days of organisation beforehand go mostly unnoticed, ordering food and packaging, liaising with the Noarlunga Sea Scouts Group, Fleurieu Harmony Chorus, Glenelg Brass Band, and then prepacking the trailers.
Extra hands were needed on the day to cook and serve food for more than 900 people celebrating Australia Day in Ramsay Place, Noarlunga. Crowds were patient when lining up for food, entertained by the Fleurieu Harmony Chorus and the Glenelg Brass Band sharing good Aussie favourites. We even had a visiting e-club Rotarian, Elli Adams serving customers. Thank you all for your service.
Ash working Australia day brekkie featuring Chris Picton and Amanda Rishworth.
Daughters are gold!
Glenelg Brass Band entertaining the crowd with Aussie favourites