Walk for Respect

On Saturday 25 November Murray Bridge and Mobilong Clubs participated in the Walk for Respect in Adelaide city, and carried the same banner. Rotary has a proud history of leading the way with social issues. With banners from many sponsors and Clubs, and placards citing examples of Domestic Violence and Coercive Control, 1,000 Rotarians, Sponsors and other passionate advocates walked peacefully side by side down King William St to the Pioneer Women’s Memorial Gardens where we heard powerful speeches from our DG Craig Dowling, Minister Katrine Hilyard, and 5 others, some of whom spontaneously asked to speak. It was a moving and confronting experience and we now wait for a Royal Commission into Domestic and Family Violence and the promised legislation making Coercive Control a crime.

Walk for Respect 2023-11-25 13:30:00Z 0

The local Place of Courage event (Friday 24 November)

The local Place of Courage event (Friday 24 November), had to be moved at short notice from Sturt Reserve to the Railway station due to the threat of thunderstorms and inclement weather. This, however, did not detract from the significance of the gathering, nor numbers attending. There were 180 present to hear testimonies from several speakers and a call for action from MC Linda Martin and Cr Karen Eckermann who are each involved in bringing this social disease to our attention. Mobilong, Murray Bridge and Tailem Bend Rotary Clubs, together with Council, sponsored the local DV groups (see a photo of the banner) and we cooked a BBQ funded by Council and provided free to all who attended.

The local Place of Courage event (Friday 24 November) 2023-11-25 13:30:00Z 0

Welcome Our New Members

Last night we had the pleasure of inducting 2 new members into our Club.
Seun Akande & his wife Mobolaji Akinbo became the newest members of Rotary International.
They attended our meeting with their 3 young children and a few friends to witness this special occasion.
Seun & Mobolaji were also our guest speakers, giving us a presentation on their journey from Nigeria 🇳🇬 to Murray Bridge 🇦🇺
They spoke of their home country struggles, what inspired them to move, why they chose Australia/Murray Bridge & the challenges they faced once they arrived.
But after many years in MB, they now have good jobs, many friends and are proud to call Murray Bridge home.
We welcome them both and their children into the Rotary Club of Mobilong

Welcome Our New Members 2023-11-22 13:30:00Z 0

Place of Courage

Nov 24, 2023 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Murray Cods Drive
Sturt Reserve
Murray Bridge SA

Place of Courage, Ripples Across SA is a state-wide initiative led by Spirit of Woman which has been brought to Murray Bridge by the Murray Bridge Collaboration on Violence Against Women and Children (MBCVAWC), with the support of The Rural City of Murray Bridge and a community grant. Following 18 months of hard work, a commemorative artwork by CHEB Art has now has been installed along with a bench near the end of Murray Cods Drive on the riverfront at Sturt Reserve. The official launch will take place 11am Friday 24 November 2023, at Murray Cods Drive, Sturt Reserve and will include a Ngarrindjeri Smoking Ceremony, live music, guest speakers and free Community BBQ.


Place of Courage 2023-11-18 13:30:00Z 0
Mobilong Internationa Project - Vision of Islands 2023-11-08 13:30:00Z 0
Rotary says no to Domestic Violence 2023-11-01 13:30:00Z 0
Celebrating 100 years of Rotary in SARotary Presidents at Government House 2023-10-31 13:30:00Z 0
Children’s Variety Muscle Car Bash 2023-10-31 13:30:00Z 0


SHELTER BAG PROJECT: assisting the Homeless
A combined project between Mobilong & Murray Bridge Rotory Clubs 

SHELTER BAG PROJECT 2023-10-31 13:30:00Z 0
MB AUTOFEST 2023-10-31 13:30:00Z 0


RYLA Graduation Dinner
22 Graduates

RYLA 2023-10-02 13:30:00Z 0


(Young Rotarians) abseiling to raise funds for Metal Health
Photos by Bob Gloyn Photography

Rotaractors 2023-09-12 14:30:00Z 0

Playgrounds For Mongolia

Veloo Foundation           
The container filled with much-needed donations, including stationery, blankets, toys, books, and playgrounds, has finally arrived all the way from Australia to our community this past Saturday. The Interacts from the Rotary Club of Gerege kindly assisted us in unloading and organizing these donations.
These essential items are crucial for children to thrive, grow, and learn, whether it be at the kindergartens, summer camp, or even a kindergarten in Zavkhan province, where basic resources were scarce.
We are so grateful to the Rotarians of Rotary Club of Murray Bridge, Mobilong Rotary Inc, and Kidman Park Rotary Club. Your contributions are making a significant difference in the lives of Mongolian children.

Playgrounds For Mongolia 2023-09-11 14:30:00Z 0

2023 MB Youth Art Show

Well done to Cian Yakas who recently was judged the overall winner of the 2023 MB Youth Art Show.
Cian’s work impressed the judges and was awarded $1000 for his winning entry called “Six of Spades”
He also came 3rd in the 18 - 20 year old category with his entry called “Star Gaze”

2023 MB Youth Art Show 2023-09-03 14:30:00Z 0

New Donut Van Unveiling

‘Unveiling of our donut caravan’ which was attended by most of our members and with special guest Andrew Baltensperger our Deputy Mayor helping us to celebrate this occasion. We are very grateful to the Rotary Club of Murray Bridge for giving us a caravan they had no further use for, and to the Murray Bridge Council for providing some of the funds needed to re-furbish it.

New Donut Van Unveiling 2023-09-03 14:30:00Z 0
50th Anniversary Vietnam Veteran March & RAAF Flyover 2023-08-03 14:30:00Z 0
Say NO to Domestic Violence 2023-08-02 14:30:00Z 0

Mobilong Xmas in July

Xmas In July @ Towitta
A great weekend of fellowship had by members, family and friends.

Mobilong Xmas in July 2023-07-24 14:30:00Z 0
Youth Art Prize 2023 2023-07-20 14:30:00Z 0

Bird Boxes 'Owl Drive'

As part of the Rural City of Murray Bridge upgrade of Magpie reserve which boarder’s
Owl Drive , Magpie Drive and Plover Court some bird boxes made by the Men’s shed and
decorated the mosaic tiles have been installed as a community activity by our club.
On Monday 10th July Bronwyn and Andrew Heard and 3 of their grandchildren Xavier , Isabel and Peyton set about installing the boxes whilst ensuring that they could not be easily tampered with and not cause any damage to the trees as they continue to grow .
Thanks to Andrew’s firefighter skills of climbing ladders the boxes have been securely installed

Bird Boxes 'Owl Drive' 2023-07-18 14:30:00Z 0
July Means Changes for Mobilong Rotary Club  2023-07-14 14:30:00Z 0

Murray Bridge Rotary Art Show 

Posted by Wendy Gaborit on Sep 08, 2019
story thumbnail
Since 1986 the Rotry Clubs of Mobilong have partnered to deliver an art show celebrating local emerging and hobbyist artists and artisans. Rotarian Andrew Hay (deceased) recognised an absence of the arts within the community and convinced his peers  to support his vision. From humble beginnings in the rowing club where members camped overnight as security, the art show grew in popularity and success. To todays show which features as an annual event in the prestigious Regional Gallery's calendar. 
Today, Murray Bridge enjoys a rich arts culture featuring art festivals, markets and local art societies.
The Exhibition  8 - 21 May 2021
Open 10.00am - 4.00pm  Tuesday through Saturday  and  11.00am - 4.00pm Sundays
Registration.  http://www.murraybridgeartshow.com.au
Murray Bridge Rotary Art Show Wendy Gaborit 2019-09-07 14:30:00Z 0 Murray Bridge Regional Gallery,Rotary,art shows,digital art,fine art,photography

Food Hub targets Food Insecurity


Posted on Sep 08, 2019
story thumbnail

"FOODBANK" FOOD HUB - Murray Bridge

Hunger hides in every community. That's why Rotary Clubs support programs to provide healthy food and develop sustainable solutions to food insecurity. Fighting hunger build stronger communities - That's what people of Action do! 
In 2018 the Rrotary Club Mobilong assisted by grant funds from the Rotary Foundation, funded kitchen equipment to support the breakfast club program at the Murray Bridge North School.  This project afforded us greater insight into the reality of food insecurity within our community.
Later that year Rotarian Wendy Gaborit attended a networking lunch and was inspired by Foodbank CEO Greg Pattinson's presentation and commenced a conversation to scope community need and the project requirements with view to delivering a Food Hub in Murray Bridge servicing the communities of Murray Bride, Mannum, Tailem Bend and the Murray Mallee. 
But projects such as this require partnerships and community support.
The Goal to raise $50,000 these funds to be matched by Foodbank and the funds used to create the hub and finance its first year of operation, thereafter the project is self sustainable.
Food Hub targets Food Insecurity  Wendy Gaborit 2019-09-07 14:30:00Z 0 Food Bank,Food insecurity,Rotary,poverty

India celebrates three years without polio

Throughout India and around the world, Rotary clubs are celebrating a major milestone: India has gone three years without a new case of polio. The last reported case was a two-year-old girl in West Bengal on 13 January 2011. To mark this historic triumph, Rotary clubs illuminated landmarks and iconic structures throughout the country with four simple but powerful words, "India is polio free."
India celebrates three years without polio 2015-05-15 00:00:00Z 0
Rotary Youth Art Prize 0 Rotary,art shows,youth