A Message From The Chairman
Welcome to the Society of Saint Hilarion and I hope you will find our website to be interesting and informative. It is a great privilege to be involved with an organisation with such a strong heritage and with a clear purpose of serving the elderly in our community.
I encourage you to explore the various sections on this site and invite you to contact our friendly staff with any questions that you have. Aged care can be a complex issue, however we are here to provide as much information and assistance as possible if you are looking to make a decision in relation to a member of your family. Dr Laurie Chitti, Chairman
Thanking our Wonderful Volunteers21st May 2013
Sunday 19 May was a very special day of celebration in the Saint Hilarion community. We started the day with a Mass to recognise the May Feast which reflects on the miracle of rain performed by Saint Hilarion in 1855 when he saved the town of Caulonia, in southern Italy, from drought.
Following the Mass, a special lunch was held to coincode with National Volunteers' Week, to thank our volunteers who do such a wonderful job in assisting our community in so many dioffrent ways. Over 100 people came together to share a delicious meal of pasta, calamari, veal scallopine, pollo and much more and believe it or not, there was even some food food left over which is a rare thing!
The luch was our small way of thanking our volunteers who assist our staff with our resident activity programs, volunteering in our cafe and helping our with our many fundraising activities throughout the year. Perhaps our volunteers are best known for the delicious zeppole (Italian doughnuts) which they cook by the thousands every year at the Italian Carnevale and our October Feast,
We salute all our volunteers, many of whom who have been serving us tirelessly for decades and acknowledge their vital role in helping to serve our community while also preserving our proud heritage.
Hey Hey it's Italian!Saturday 1st June 2013The Grand Ballroom
443 Tapleys Hill Rd.
Starts at 6.30pm
Get in quick for this all-inclusive, fabulous night of entertainment with part proceeds supporting Saint Hilarion Aged Care.
This will be a huge night of comedy and music from one of Adelaide’s most popular bands, Shaken not Stirred, while guests will enjoy a superb four course meal and premium beer and wine. Spirits are also available for purchase.
In the spirit of Wogs out of Work and Fat Pizza, a strong comedy component, incorporating audience participation, will reflect on the humorous side of being Italian and will have appeal to all persons – Australian, Italian or anyone else. One of the comedians is a relatively young entertainer from Italy who now resides in Adelaide and his performance is nothing short of hilarious.
Get a group of 10 together or otherwise if you come as a smaller number of people we will pair you up with other people - either way you will have a wonderful night.
See attached flyer to purchase tickets - please note no sale on the night, tickets can only be purchased in advance.
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