Adelaide Silver Style 2022
The Ian McLachlan Room, Adelaide Oval
War Memorial Drive, North Adelaide South Australia 5006
Rebecca Morse is an award-winning journalist who co-hosts SAFM’s breakfast show Bec, Cosi & Lehmo. Rebecca presented Adelaide’s 10 News First bulletin for 14 years, cementing herself as a highly-respected personality within South Australia’s broadcast media industry and across the community at large. She has three children and is a proud ambassador for several local charities.
The SHiZZLE is probably Adelaide’s funkiest band! Covering the groove from Stevie Wonder and Jackson 5 to Jamiroquai and Bruno Mars and everything in-between!!!
Honey-Husked lead singer Brian Ruiz has shared the stage with Aussie greats Jimmy Barnes, Diesel, Vika & Linda Bull plus many others and has performed and/or recorded Nationally and Internationally.
And brothers Paul & John Bartlett bring the groove. Formerly from ARIA nominated band LOWRIDER they have toured Australia at numerous festivals and shared the stage with some of the world’s best RnB & HipHop acts.
It could be your Mother, Wife, Sister, Friend or even your Daughter.
In Memory of Letitia Linke
In 2014, aged 34, Letitia Linke was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Against impossible odds, this young wife and mother of two young boys began her fight against the disease, undergoing surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy and hormone treatment.
While undergoing this treatment, Letitia chaired a committee organising the first Adelaide Silver Style event in 2016 — setting the bar high with an evening of quality food, wine and entertainment — and raising $75,000 in support of the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation (OCRF).
Letitia was a beloved OCRF ambassador, a face of the Witchery ‘White Shirt’ campaign, and was recognised for her efforts raising over $100,000 for the OCRF, before sadly losing her battle with Ovarian Cancer in August 2018.
Letitia’s deepest wish was that an early detection test would be found so that no other family would have to go through what she and her family went through. The funds raised from the Adelaide Silver Style event will support research by the OCRF toward achieving that goal.