Pizza Happy Hour - 1 March 24
RSL Tanunda Sub-Branch
by Editor, Robin Henry
4d ago
---- We open most Fridays from 5 pm. Everyone is welcome ----It's not that far off, our Happy Hour Pizza night.  This slice could be on your plate! Come along for the usual good food, good wine, and good company.  You don't have to be a member, everyone is welcome but arrive early enough for us to get a headcount (perhaps by 5:30 pm) before we order the pizza from one of our great pizza shops. Our Happy Hour prices are the best in town at $6 per glass of wine, beer or spirits. Non-alcoholic beverages are $4 and coffee $3. That should be enough to make anyone happy. We l ..read more
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Management Committee Feedback
RSL Tanunda Sub-Branch
by Editor, Robin Henry
1w ago
---- We open most Fridays from 5 pm. Everyone is welcome ----Your Management Committee met on 5 February 24, the first meeting of your new committee. We like to provide feedback to keep you informed about what is happening or planned for your club. While much of what we discuss is routine, relatively low-key topics such as bill payments, there are other topics that we feel might be of interest to you, our member. With ANZAC Day on the horizon, we began planning for the event, perhaps our most important of the year.   There's much to do to ensure a smooth, efficient ANZAC Day is p ..read more
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Happy Hour Has Returned!
RSL Tanunda Sub-Branch
by Editor, Robin Henry
2w ago
---- We open most Fridays from 5 pm. Everyone is welcome ----After a lengthy break over the Christmas-New Year period, our first Happy Hour for 2024 returns tomorrow - Friday, 9 FEB. We hope you can make it. If you do you'll notice quite a few changes to the Hut premises that were made during the break. Not only that, you'll be able to take part in a barbecue for a mere $10 per head. Drink prices are still the same despite a recent increase in alcohol excise, and you'll have time to catch up or meet the usual friendly people who frequent the Hut. And there's more: On Sunday, 11 Feb membe ..read more
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Vietnam War's Inaugural Medal of Honor Awardee Dies
RSL Tanunda Sub-Branch
by Editor, Robin Henry
3w ago
---- We open most Fridays from 5 pm. Everyone is welcome ----  The Vietnam War’s Inaugural Medal of Honor Awardee, Roger H.C. Donlon, has passed away on January 25, just five days before his 90th birthday.  Upon enlisting in the Army in 1958, Roger H.C. Donlon, already acquainted with military life from a stint in the Air Force in 1953, embarked on a journey that would lead him to become the first Medal of Honor recipient of the Vietnam War. Leaving the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1957 after initially enrolling, Donlon chose to pursue his destiny in the Army. F ..read more
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Australia Day 2024
RSL Tanunda Sub-Branch
by Editor, Robin Henry
1M ago
We wish you a wonderful day celebrating this Australia Day 2024 under the flag of which we all served and many continue to serve.  Click to enlarge Dorothea's poem Thank you for following the RSL Tanunda Sub-Branch blog ..read more
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Ukraine community farewells SA-based Soldiers
RSL Tanunda Sub-Branch
by Editor, Robin Henry
1M ago
---- Come and visit us Fridays from 5 pm commencing 9 February. Everyone is welcome ---- Soldiers from the 7th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (7RAR), 2nd Health Brigade and Land Combat College were farewelled in a ceremony at Defence Precinct Edinburgh, Adelaide, as they prepared to deploy on Operation Kudu in the United Kingdom.  Deploying soldiers from 7RAR on parade during  their farewell ceremony at Edinburgh Defence Precinct, Adelaide.  The 90-strong contingent will continue Australia’s assistance in training the Armed Forces of Ukraine in response to susta ..read more
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Australian Defence Force Badges of Rank
RSL Tanunda Sub-Branch
by Editor, Robin Henry
1M ago
---- Will we see you on Friday 9 Feb for our first 2024 Happy Hour? Everyone is welcome ----  Click on the graphic to enlarge it When I attended recruit training at RAAF Edinburgh a lifetime ago, I recall we did a session on badges of rank for the Australian Defence Force.  In one's own service (the Air Force for me), it was easy to recall the ranks up to about Group Captain and some of the ranks in the Army as I had been in the school Cadet Corp while at Boarding School in Charters Towers, Queensland.  However, the RAN was a mystery as I never served anywhere near ..read more
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Announcing Another Veterans Organisation with a Difference
RSL Tanunda Sub-Branch
by Editor, Robin Henry
1M ago
---- We open on Friday 9 February 24 from 5 pm. Everyone is welcome ----  There are now dozens of organisations supporting veterans and our families. In the editor's view, this is both positive and negative. Let me explain. It's positive because veterans have many options to choose from and may choose what best meets their needs. The negative comes from the fact that limited government funding is now spread across dozens of organisations, some of which provide similar or identical services. This leads to inefficiency in service delivery. Having said that, Due South is different in t ..read more
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Happy New Year
RSL Tanunda Sub-Branch
by Editor, Robin Henry
2M ago
---- We open again on Friday 9 February from 5 pm. Everyone is welcome ---- To all our members, friends, and supporters: We hope that 2024 brings you health, prosperity, and happiness that is really all one can hope for. Anything additional is a bonus. Thank you for following the RSL Tanunda Sub-Branch blog ..read more
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Seasons Greetings
RSL Tanunda Sub-Branch
by Editor, Robin Henry
2M ago
---- We open again at 5 pm, Friday 9 February 24. ---- We wish all our members, friends, donors and sponsors a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year and look forward to seeing you in 2024. Enjoy yourselves and stay safe. Thank you for following the RSL Tanunda Sub-Branch blog ..read more
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