Postpone our planned 2022 Premier’s Community Service Awards


The SCASA committee wish to advise that regretfully we have made the decision to postpone our planned 2022 Premier’s Community Service Awards and luncheon to be held on the 30th October.

At this time we have not been able to secure funding through the Department of Premier and Cabinet  which over many years has allowed us to celebrate and acknowledge the programs and activities of the Service Clubs in our great state with a monetary prize .

We will continue to work towards achieving a successful outcome so that we can host an Award luncheon on the 26th February 2023.

In the meantime we encourage you to start putting together your 500 word  nominations in the 7 project areas which will now include an Environment Award.

We ask that you also  give some thought to an outstanding Volunteer for the Heide Taylor Award or a young person for the Allan Sloane Award . We look forward to hearing about a school that is community minded and is a worthy recipient of the Harry Tillyer Award.

We hope to open the nominations on the 1st November 2022 or sooner with secured funding so that  the  nominations can be judged by our 3 independent judges who did such a great job last year.

We Thankyou for your understanding

Bronwyn Heard
Chair of SCASA

2022 Project Awards

Project Awards are now open including a new ‘Environment with the Community’ award.

Whilst funding hasn’t been guaranteed, we encourage you to complete a written outline of your project for the appropriate award, as entries close at end of August 2022.

Click here for Project Applications

Independent Judges select the Awards for 2021

The SCASA committee would like to sincerely thank the 3 Independent Judges who have recently reviewed all of the nominations for the upcoming SCASA 2021 Premier’s Community Service Club awards.

The judges have now made their decisions after being very impressed with all the work that volunteers do and the information has been sent to the Premier’s office. We are excited to see who they selected as the winners.

Don’t forget to book a table of 8 at the SCASA 2021 Presentation Luncheon on Sunday 31st October at the Glenelg Golf Club

Here is the link to book:

Premier’s Awards presentation Lunch registrations are now open

As part of the celebrations for Service Clubs Week, the Service Clubs Association of SA Inc (SCASA)
invites your club members and guests to attend the 2021 Premier’s Awards Luncheon.

Glenelg Golf Club, James Melrose Road, Novar Gardens
11.30 for a 12 noon start Sunday 31st October
Cost:  $47 per person

Please click on this link:


8. COVID/BUSHFIRE/DROUGHT ACTIVITY AWARD, to recognise a project / activity which a club or clubs undertakes to assist a community due to the effects of COVID, Bushfires or Drought. This is a one off award for 2021 and the project can have been conducted during the period December 2019 through to July 2021.

The 2021 Awards are now open

After a year of COVID lockdowns, postponements and cancelled events the 2021 SCASA Awards will proceed and Applications will close on 31st August 2021.

The Award presentation function will be on 31st October at the Glenelg Golf Club, James Melrose Road, Novar Gardens.

SCASA awards to be announced 31st October 2021

The awards for 2021 will be announced during Service Club Week on 31st October.

The venue will be ‘The Glenelg Golf Club’,  James Melrose Rd, Novar Gardens SA 5040

Registrations will be available from mid July, and the link will be from this website.

2020 Service Club awards – COVID19

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 SA Service Club awards have been postponed until 2021. Applications will be opened mid next year and notification will be via a POST on this website, linked to our Facebook page and emails to each organization.

2019 Premier’s Awards Luncheon

As part of the celebrations for Service Clubs Week, the Service Clubs Association of SA invites your club members and guests to attend the 2019 Premier’s Awards Luncheon.

The event will be held at the Glenelg Golf Club James Melrose Road, Novar Gardens Sunday 27th October, 11:30 for a 12 noon start.

For your convenience you can use your visa card and book your reservations by selecting the number of people (in a single booking)

Cost is $45 per person and you can directly book on-line with the following link,   Why not book a table of 8 or 10!

We consider this a prestige event so encourage you to dress appropriately & please wear your Regalia/medals.