Sunday, March 19, 2017



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Rotarians and Rotoractors,


Did you know, you will save 50% when you enter a team
 in the Scoopon Perth Ramble on Sunday April 2nd.

When you register your team, use the the discount code 'Rotary"
 at the end of your registration and SAVE BIG!

Top prize is a P&O cruise for you and your team ..
. what are you waiting for!? 

Any questions - call Rtn Mark Horwood on 0418 921044

A Rotary Club of Mill Point community event
 to promote Rotary to the community in Perth 
and support Ronald McDonald House Perth




Ramble video








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Rotary Club of Corrigin


CANCELLED
 The Rotary Club of Corrigin sadly advises 
that due to limited interest
, the Vintage & Classic Motor Show on Sat 25th March,
 has been cancelled.




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New Club Promotions


Rotary Club of Morley



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Rotary Club of Scarborough






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Rotary Club of Mosman Park





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Rotary Club of Ascot








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Rotary Club of Boulder






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House of Hope







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Foodbank







GIVE A HEART
If you can't attend you can
donate online. Every $40 will buy a carton of soup so no one is without food this winter.

HEARTY BUSINESS
If your business can donate a prize, we would love to hear from you!

For more information please contact Bec Thomas on
(08) 9463 3239 or email bec.thomas@foodbankwa.org.au






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Around the Clubs


Rotary Club of Victoria Park

At our last meeting we presented a check to Julian Silburn 
which will enable a group of outcast Dilat children in Nepal
 to be educated for till the end of their school year.



 At our meeting on 14th Feb we heard from our two Rylarians, 
Shivina and Shindoo, who related to us their experiences 
about the Youth Leadership training they attended in January.
 Speaking at a Rotary meeting for the first time can be difficult 
for a young person but their task was made even more daunting 
because some of the facilitators at the camp were also present.
 The fact that they managed to perform this task admirably
 is testimony of the value of Rotary youth projects
 such as RYLA.
 It was fantastic to see so many new faces at our meeting 
and the comaradarie  amongst them is evidenced 
in the spirit they showed in posing for a selfie.


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Rotary Club of Mill Point
 montage of pictures from 30th birthday cruise on the river



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Rotary Club of Kununurra



Local Fundraiser. Rotary Kununurra 
requires removalist packing boxes donated. 
If you are moving to town or you see a removalist truck in town
 please spread the word.
 Kununurra Couriers collect them and on sell them
 and 100% of the proceeds goes to the local Rotary club
. Contact 0891681999 and we will come and collect them.

There will be a lot of people moving to town over the next few weeks
 please ask them to donate empty boxes. 
WE require them flat packed to save space and our time.



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Rotary Club of West Perth


Colin had the pleasure of being host to guest speaker Jenny Davis
 and both started the day with a healthy breakfast



Past District Governor Angus Buchanan informed the members 
of the excellent progress being made with the All Ability Play Space.






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Rotary Club of Manjimup



 Presentation by 2 Manjimup Senior High School  students 
who attended the National Science Forum in January.
Kerry Mathers introduced Giverney and Ronan
 and explained the process they went through to get to the program. 
There is also a third student who was unable to attend tonight. 
This is a very competitive program so a real honour for three students 
out of approx 20 from WA to be chosen.
 Giverney and Ronan attended the forum in Canberra 
for a two week residential program. 
They each described their experiences and came away 
with increased self confidence, highly motivated to do well in their schooling this 
year and a much greater appreciation of what roads are open
 for them to travel in their career choices in front of them.
 They also enjoyed the social events which allowed for networking 
not only with other students but renowned experts
 in each of the science fields they were exposed
 to during the two week forum experience.

They both ended their talk by thanking Rotary
 and other significant people for our support for this very
 valuable experience and helping them to attend Canberra.




         Past District Governor Jodie Sparks attended tonight
 as Chair of the District Handi-camp. 
She then presented President Alex with a Certificate of appreciation
 and thanked him on behalf of the Club for our support this year.







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Rotary Club of Geraldton


Fabulous to see our French Inbound, Elie,
 helping  at Rotary Club of Geraldton 
with their Rotary WA Drivers Education day




With the School Ball season in full swing - 
students attending Shenton College,
 Antonio (from Brazil - hosted by Rotary Club of Nedlands)
 Marie (Denmark, Rotary Club of Mosman Park
and Davi (Brazil, Quairading Rotary and Rotary Club of Subiaco)
 were joined by partners Melissa (Italy, Rotary Club of Heirisson),
 and Veeti (Finland, Corrigin andBelmont Rotary Clubs) 







Rotary Club of Kalamunda


President Dee Buckland with the Short Term Exghange students the club sponsored
Caitlin Heckler  [ Netherlands] and Shanai Ulijn [West Tennessee]




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Rotary Club of Perth


Great to have the Hon. Ken Wyatt MP as our guest today.
 The minister's work to improve the lives and health,
 particularly in aged care,
 of others at the federal level is a great testament
 to the value of this great West Australian.







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Rotary Club of Karrinyup


RC Karrinyup has once again supported the
 Trigg Island Surf Lifesaving Club in the dedicated and amazing work
 the surf club does in the local community down at Trigg Beach.
Our club has enjoyed a long-standing and close relationship 
with the surf club stretching back some thirty nine-years. 
 Rotary recognises the fine work and service that surf lifesaving provides
 to the local community.
 Our Club has supported the surf club in many different ways
 over the years providing rescue vehicles and equipment,
 including an Oxy Viva unit. 
In past years the surf club has also provided first aid service 
for the Annual Rotary Community Fair
 and provides training to those inbound exchange students
 wishing to undertake a surf bronze. 
 Many of the surf club’s young members have been selected
 to participate in Rotary youth exchange and leadership programs
 at both high school and young adult level.
Recently the Rotary Club of Karrinyup 
funded the purchase of a large beach shelter 
for use by the Trigg Island SLSC.
 The shelter will serve a wide variety of functions
 such as First Aid tent when required,
 shade during competition outings 
and general undercover storage area.




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Rotary Club of Kwinana

 Rohan Smith and Shannon Butler
Gilmore College
Once again we welcomed Principal Rohan Smith of Gilmore College.
 Accompanying Rohan this week
was his colleague Shannon Butler, 
who is the school psychologist at Gilmore College.
 The year 2017will mark the 60th anniversary
 of a public secondary school in Kwinana –
 longer than Rockingham and
many other areas in Perth.
 The current ethos of Gilmore College is
 Rigour, Relevance and Relationships



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Rotary Club of Boulder
Rotary Club of Hannan's Kalgoorlie
Rotary Club of Kalgoorlie




Last night we celebrated Rotary Foundation's 100th Birthday
 at Boulder Bowling Club with all three rotary clubs represented.
 The bowling club cooked us a great BBQ 
and then a birthday cake was cut with happy Birthday Foundation sang.




















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Rotary Club of Kenwick


Displaying the new style Shelterbox







This week, hearing from Reshan Perera on his RYLA experience.
 He definitely enjoyed the camp and came away with strategies to build new skills.






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Rotary Club of Armadale




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Rotary Club of Booragoon






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District and Club Promotions



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Golden Buzzer Romanians Got Talent Girl
 without hands sings at piano Lorelai
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Western Australia


Drone view of Margaret River