WE WILL NOT FORGET THEM, WE WILL HONOUR THEM WITH OUR ACTIONS
Te Atatu Memorial RSA was first formed as a sub branch of the Western Suburbs Returned Services Association in 1959. Fortnightly social evenings for members were held in the Tennis Pavilion on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month.
In 1969 land for a new Clubrooms was approved by the Waitemata County Council. The club building was completed and officially opened at the end of that year. A liquor licence was granted in 1972 thus ending the antiquated locker system that had sufficed till then.
In 1999 a major refurbishment commenced and included the absorption into the RSA the area of the building that had then been occupied by the Bowlers. In 2002 a dining room was added to the main building.
Today the RSA provides modern inviting facilities for all members to enjoy. The Club continues to maintain a very supportive profile in helping to meet the welfare needs of its members and retains an active status in our community.
Looking into the future Te Atatu RSA.
The aim is to keep in tune with what the community needs, this will be from giving grants to schools or speaking to schools concerning Anzac Day.
Our dynamics are to listen and create the requirements for the future and by doing this maintaining a high standard. A place where people can feel they belong, safe surroundings.
STANDARD OF DRESS
The standard of dress for all persons entering the club is smart casual . Full compliance is a strict requirement at all times for members and visitors, in particular.
We have gaming machines available. The machines may only be played by members and signed in visitors over 18 years of age.
Taxi services are available Thursday and Friday evenings. To come to the club from home ring 0800 828772 / 0800 TATRSA.
Friday evenings are “Club Nights” with meat raffles conducted by the Women’s Section. There is a membership draw on Thursday and Friday nights, members must be in the club and carrying their membership card to claim the prize.
Ladies are invited to join this section which undertakes special catering assignments for Anzac Day, funerals and other events for members. Volunteers are always needed and welcome.
The Duty Manager is the prevailing authority during opening hours. Any direction given by the Duty Manager about the conduct of any person on the premises or the security of the club itself and its property must be complied with immediately.