Sunday, February 18, 2018



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How is your club celebrating Rotary’s anniversary?















On 23 February, Rotary will mark its 113th year.


































Rotary Club of South Perth Burswood

















Rotary Club of Mill Point




























New Members







Rotary Club of Perth


Welcome Andrew & Tim - 
the World’s newest Rotarians! 
An auspicious day to join Rotary on our Chinese celebration day






Rotary Club of Mill Point

INDUCTION of Jaclyn Harrington sponsor Lew Thomas







New Flyers




Rotary Club of Joondalup




















Rotary Club of South Bunbury


Polio is a devastating Virus and Rotary has been at the forefront 
of its eradication from the planet.
 If successful it will only be the 2nd Virus to be eradicated by humans. 
We are in the end game now please join us for our End Polio Fundraiser
 at St Aidens on the 10th of March.
 Book here now and be a Person if Action.








Rotary Club of Hillarys

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Rotary Club of Western Endeavour





Rotary Club of Bunbury Leschenault


To celebrate the 25th anniversary of this event, Give a Damn, Give a Can
 is moving to a more environmentally sustainable format.
So, this year there will be NO PLASTIC BAG DISTRIBUTION!
Rather, we want you to use bags, boxes and other recyclable containers
 that you already have at home to donate cans and non-perishable items to the event.
Volunteers from Rotary Club of Bunbury Leschenault and our friends
 will still come an collect from your homes on Sunday 6 May between 10am and 1pm,
 and will congregate at the Graham Bricknell Music Shell
 to distribute you donations to not-for-profit agencies including
 Bunbury Salvos, St Vinnies, In Town Lunch Centre for distribution.
There will also be multiple public venues where you can donate 
- more about these later -
 but they will include schools, council buildings and stores.

Give a Damn, Give a Can 2018 is a recipient of a grant








Rotary Club of Ascot










Around the Clubs



Rotary Club of Northam


Long time member of the Rotary Club of Northam
 Brian Webb and his wife Maxena recently celebrated
 their 60th Wedding Anniversary 













Rotary Club of Manjimup



















Rotary Club of Balajura Malaga


Our community event for the week.
😃 Cooking for a Cause with Oz Harvest.
 We made more than 100 meals for people less fortunate than us.


















Rotary Club of Fremantle


The Masqueraders aka Rotary Club of Freo 
warming up at predinner drinks for the Masked Progressive Dinner








Rotary Club of Cambridge


Friday evening sausage sizzlers this week were Peter and Sybil Burns 
with friend Arthur and Jeanette Wood
. Pic by Jeremy Wood.





Wednesday 14 February saw NYSF (National Youth Science Forum)
 delegate Jess Gugliotta talk to club members about her experiences 
while in Canberra.
 Jess is in Year 12 at Newman College where her studies concentrate 
on science, music and drama.
 Jess was sponsored by the club to attend









Rotary Club of Kojunup



Congratulations to the two very worthy winners who have continually
 impressed Rotary and community members.
 The 2017/2018 Pride of Workmanship Award was presented to
 David Cooke and Joel Woods was presented with the Apprentice of the Year.
 Thank you for your excellent service to your business and our town.









Rotary Club of Perth






"feeding" the lion at Rotary Club of Perth Chinese New Year lunch.









Rotary Club of Bunbury


Bob Greig from the Rotary Club of Collie addressed Monday's meeting
 regarding the current project of providing a broiler house
 under the New Horizons Scheme in Mozambique.
 The broiler house scheme appears to be unique in that it produces protein
, in the form of meat, from chickens (male and female)
 rather than eggs for sale from hens only.
 The project employs apprentices for 2 years to teach them 
how to raise chickens en-mass and use the by-product of the manure
 to help provide a tomato crop to sell and replenish feed
 and new chickens once each cycle has been completed.
 As a result, the apprentices will be sufficiently trained 
to set up their own broiler house operation in their own locality








Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay


PRID Ken Collins from the RCFB, together with Gynaecologist
 Catherine Douglass and Midwives Rtn. Belinda Jennings and Clare Davison
 have returned to Raipur, India to provide extra training for the team trained last year,
 and facilitate the training of more health workers
 (doctors, nurses and midwives)..
The Government are extremely pleased with the training
 which is aimed at reducing the very high mortality rate
 of mothers and babies due to childbirth.
Since the RFVTTs first visit 12 months ago,
 six of the original healthworkers trained have gone on to train a further 500!
What a fantastic outcome. 
This project has come about through 
the Maternal and Child Health Rotary Action Group





Beth Redwood from Newman College who was sponsored by RCFB 
to attend NYSF was the speaker at our meeting last night.
Beth was accompanied by her parents Nigel and Amanda
 and grandmother Anne Crevald.

















Rotary Club of MillPoint


Pride of Workmanship Awards for Joel Mitton and Rosie Ciacca 
Joel was sponsored by Lew Thomas.
 Lew was most impressed with Joel's skills and customer relations
 for the Perth Mercedes dealership.
 Rosie was sponsored by Colin Philp.
 Colin when attending the Curtin Fitness Centre observed the
 outstanding performance and friendly attitude
 of Rosie helping the fitness of the seniors.









Rotary Club of Geraldton


It was Margrete's 18th birthday  so we combined it with a
 Valentine's Day BBQ dinner tonight
. On this happy night a festive atmosphere prevailed,
 even if not everyone received a dozen roses today.










Rotary Club of Armadale







Rotary Club of Ascot









Rotary Club of Northbridge



Tonight we heard from inspirational Northbridge Rotarian Robyn Penny
 about Camp Opportunity.

Camp Opportunity is a week-long live-in camp for young disabled adults,
 who are teamed up with an able-bodied “buddy” 
for a week of adventure as they mix and interact in a fun atmosphere
 to share new friendships and experiences.









Rotary Club of Karrinyup


President Phil and Community Service Director Peter 
were at the Trigg Island Surf Life Saving Club  to officially hand over a pair of Surf Rescue Boards -
 the latest in a long line of support by our club for these local heroes.
 They also managed to visit and get a snap with the
 Rotary Club of Karrinyup (District 9455) Shade Shelter donated last year.









Rotary Club of Victoria Park








Rotary Club of Boulder


This year's scholarship winners met the members and gave us an idea 
of what they see in their future.
 With young adults like these the future of the country is pretty secure.
 Well done to Robert Walker, (Mark Baily GBC)
 Joshua Campbell (David Kennedy KBCC)
 and Jorja Bean-Mundy (David James JPC).








Rotary Club of Cockburn



This is the design of our new club shirts.
 Looking forward to wearing them at the Conference in Margaret River.
 The shirts will be a stand out.







Rotary Club of Busselton Geographe Bay


Just for the record, we served 915 breakfasts on Australia Day!
 Well done to all, including our toasters!








"Picture of the Week"


is this anyway to treat a President!!


















Club and District Promotions

February





Rotary Club of Western Endeavour





































March






Rotary Club of Joondalup





















Polio is a devastating Virus and Rotary has been at the forefront 
of its eradication from the planet
. If successful it will only be the 2nd Virus to be eradicated by humans.
 We are in the end game now please join us for our End Polio Fundraiser
 at St Aidens on the 10th of March.
 Book here now and be a Person if Action.






























April






Rotary Club of Bunbury Leschenault



To celebrate the 25th anniversary of this event, Give a Damn, Give a Can 
is moving to a more environmentally sustainable format.
So, this year there will be NO PLASTIC BAG DISTRIBUTION!
Rather, we want you to use bags, boxes and other recyclable containers
 that you already have at home to donate cans and non-perishable items to the event.
Volunteers from Rotary Club of Bunbury Leschenault and our friends
 will still come an collect from your homes on Sunday 6 May
 between 10am and 1pm, and will congregate at the Graham Bricknell Music Shell
 to distribute you donations to not-for-profit agencies including 
Bunbury Salvos, St Vinnies, In Town Lunch Centre for distribution.
There will also be multiple public venues where you can donate -
 more about these later -
 but they will include schools, council buildings and stores.

Give a Damn, Give a Can 2018 is a recipient of a grant 







































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The Two Ronnies
























Cats Vs. Dogs 
 Funny Animals Compilation





















Western Australia


Lake Cave   Margaret River