Saturday, June 6, 2009


Rotary Out West............Districts 9450, 9460, 9470

District Changeovers

District 9450 Changeover Dinner
Organiser: Laurie Dender
Venue: Lake Karrinyup Country Club
Location: North Beach Road, Karrinyup
Time/Date: 6:30pm, Saturday, 27 Jun, 2009
Organiser's Comments: District Governor Sue Rowell and John
together with District Governor-Elect Geoff Simpson and Margaret
would be delighted if District 9450 Rotarians,
with their partners and friends could join them for the...
Take a look at Our Flyer for this event.
Latest Registration Date:Wednesday, 17 Jun, 2009

District 9470 Changeover Dinner
Venue: Parmelia Hilton
Location: 14 Mill Street Perth
Time/Date: 6.30pm for 7.00pm
Tuesday 30th June, 2009

District Governor Pushpa Pushpalingam and Mahes
And District Governor Elect Ian Jones and Robyn extend an invitation to District 9470 Rotarians to join them at the District Changeover
RSVP: David Brockway


PP Esther Roadnight[Rotary Club of Hannans] and husband George
WA Citizen of the Year awards night 2009.
Esther was one of 5 finalists in the Governor's Award for Regional Development.
Esther was announced the recipient of the Award at a the Awards Ceremony
Well done Esther, a fitting reward for all your community work in the Goldfields
Rotary Ad


Stage 7 Darwin to Perth

Day 108 - Rest Day in Kununurra - July 6
Day 109 - Kununurra to Doon Doon Roadhouse - July 7
Day 110 - Doon Doon Roadhouse to Warmun - July 8
Day 111 - Warmun to Little Panton River - July 9
Day 112 - Little Panton River to Mary Pool - July 10
Day 113 - Mary Pool to Ngumpan Cliff Lookout - July 11
Day 114 - Ngumpan Cliff Lookout to Fitzroy Crossing - July 12
Day 116 - Fitzroy Crossing to Ellendale Rest Area - July 14
Day 117 - Ellendale Rest Area to Derby Turnoff - July 15
Day 118 - Derby to Bedunburra East Rest Area - July 16
Day 119 - Bedunburra East Rest Area to Broome - July 17
Day 120 - Rest Day in Roebuck Plains - July 18
Day 121 - Roebuck Plains Rest Area to Port Smith Lagoon - July 19
Day 122 - Port Smith Lagoon Turnoff to Stanley Rest Area - July 20
Day 123 - Stanley Rest Area to Eighty Mile Beach Turnoff - July 21
Day 124 - Eighty Mile Beach Turnoff to Pardoo Creek - July 22
Day 125 - Pardoo Creek to Port Hedland - July 23
Day 126 - Port Hedland to Herbert Parker Rest Area - July 24
Day 127 - Herbert Parker Rest Area to Sherlock River - July 25
Day 128 - Sherlock River to Miaree Pool – Maitland River - July 26
Day 129 - Miaree Pool to Robe River Rest Area - July 27
Day 130 - Robe River Rest Area to Ashburton River Rest Area - July 28
Day 131 - Ashburton River Rest Area to Burkett Road Rest Area - July 29
Day 132 - Burkett Road Rest Area to Bullara - July 30
Day 133 - Bullara to Coral Bay - July 31
Day 134 - Coral Bay to Minilya Roadhouse - August 1
Day 135 - Minilya Roadhouse to Carnarvon - August 2
Day 136 - Carnarvon to Wooramel Roadhouse Caravan Park - August 3
Day 137 - Wooramel Roadhouse Caravan Park to Billabong Roadhouse - August 4
Day 138 - Billabong Roadhouse to Galena Bridge - August 5
Day 139 - Galena Bridge to Geraldton - August 6
Day 140 - Rest Day in Geraldton - August 7
Day 141 - Geraldton to Dongara - August 8
Day 142 - Dongara to Carnamah - August 9
Day 143 - Carnamah to Moora - August 10
Day 144 - Moora to Wongan Hills - August 11
Day 145 - Wongan Hills to Northam - August 12

Day 149 - Perth to Mandurah - August 16
Day 150 - Mandurah to Bunbury - August 17
Day 151 - Bunbury to Margaret River - August 18
Day 152 - Margaret River to Alexandra Bridge - August 19
Day 153 - Alexandra Bridge to Boyup Brook - August 20
Day 154 - Boyup Brook to Katanning - August 21
Day 155 - Katanning to Mount Barker - August 22
Day 156 - Mount Barker to Albany - August 23
Day 157 - Albany to Green Range Rest Area - August 24
Day 158 - Green Range Rest Area to Jerramungup - August 25
Day 159 - Jerramungup to Ravensthorpe - August 26
Day 160 - Ravensthorpe to Munglinup - August 27
Day 161 - Munglinup to Esperance - August 28
Day 162 - Rest Day in Esperance - August 29
Day 163 - Esperance to Salmon Gums - August 30
Day 164 - Salmon Gums to Norseman - August 31
Day 165 - Kalgoorlie to Kambalda - September 1
Day 166 - Kambalda to Norseman - September 2
Day 167 - Norseman to Rest Area - September 3
Day 168 - Rest Area to 90 Mile Sign Rest Area - September 4
Day 169 - 90 Mile Sign Rest Area to Domblegabby Rest Area - September 5
Day 170 - Domblegabby Rest Area to Observatory Turnoff Rest Area - September 6
Day 171 - Observatory Turnoff Rest Area to Carlabeencabba Rockhole - September 7
Day 172 - Carlabeencabba Rockhole to Eucla - September 8
Day 173 - Rest Day in Eucla - September 9
Click on these links and a map of that days bike ride is there for you to view.
for example if you click on Day 151, you will see Bunbury to Margaret River
and the route taken by the riders


District 9450

Our manufacturing facility at Wangara, Western Australia,
is equipped with the generosity of many donors,
and staffed with enthusiastic volunteers,
has the capacity to manufacture many more wheelchairs than it produces.
Our present output of up to 250 wheelchairs per month
is only limited by the extent of your generosity.
Anything that can help with materials - and the obvious one is money -
will help send more wheelchairs.
Because of committed support for our factory overheads
we can claim that each $100 Australian, (US$80, €60, £42)
will build another wheelchair.

Please send donations to:
Wheelchairs for Kids
PO Box 1175
Wangara DC 6947
Western Australia
Make tax deductable cheques payable to "Wheelchairs for Kids"
Or use our printable donation form

District 9460

Margaret River Rotary Fun Run
Updated details!!!
Date: 25 October 2009
Time: 8:30am to 10:30amVenue: Town to Beach, MARGARET RIVER
Cost: Under16 free, Adults $25, Family $50
Contact: Marilyn Hopkins
Phone: 9758 7467
Enjoy a 10km run or a 4km walk from Margaret River to the Ocean,
past tranquil vineyards, beautiful ocean views,
and even a quick dip at the finish line if you wish.
Multitudes of prizes for males, females, juniors, teams and lots more.
This is a fun morning out and the funds raised will again go towards providing
a round trip Bus service from town to the beaches during the long summer holidays,
for our Margaret River kids and visitors alike.
For more information please contact Marilyn Hopkins


District 9470
Rotary Club of Mundaring

Now in its third year, the Mundaring Sunday Markets
are proving popular with local folk as well as people outside the shire
interested in what we have to offer
and the many attractions that the Mundaring Shire has to offer.
Featuring between 80 to over 100 stalls of varying merchandise
from local produce stalls of fruits and vegies
to a new hat or the latest garden implement or even an electric bicycle!
Established in 2006 with the help of the Mundaring Shire
the markets provide a focal point for the local community
and also attract visitors to Mundaring from all over the metropolitan area.
The success of the Mundaring Sunday Markets
enables The Rotary Club of Mundaring Inc,
to assist in funding many local community projects
and individuals seeking support for worthwhile causes.
In 2008 the Rotary Club funded over 20 local projects to the tune of $30,000.
Most of those funds were raised through the Mundaring Sunday Markets .

Rotary Club of Rossmoyne
Rotary Club of Rossmoyne Annual Raffle
Be part of this unique win-win fundraiser with no risk,
no expense and little effort for your club.
Your club will be provided with Raffle Tickets in Books of 25
tickets to be sold at $2 each (minimum of 20 books).
For each $2 ticket your club sells,your club will receive $1.
Once the tickets have been sold you return the butts and all money collected.
Fifty percent of your Sales will be returned to your organisation
within 14 days of the Rotary Club of Rossmoyne receiving the money.
1st Prize: $10,000 worth of travel to any destination or cash
2nd Prize $3,000 cash
3rd Prize: Two nights accommodation in Margaret River
including Lunch and an escorted Winery Tour for 2 People

For more information contact
David Hackett.
phone: 9310 1411


Win $2,500 for your Rotary club

Why is ROMAC making this remarkable offer to you?
The global financial crisis is affecting many Rotary clubs
which, sadly, will need to cut down on their donations.
Ironically, ROMAC's medical costs are increasing as we save more children's lives -
last year we proudly saved the lives of 47 underprivileged children.
ROMAC, a program of the Rotary Districts of Australia and New Zealand,
is privileged to have the support of so many Rotarians
without whom we simply could not continue this humanitarian program.
ROMAC is run by volunteer Rotarians,
and community spirited hospitals dramatically reduce costs.
Compassionate surgeons donate their expertise and their experience helps our kids.
Their generosity significantly increases the value of every dollar donated.
And the money stays right here in our country!
If every Rotary Club donated $1,000 it would help ROMAC
to continue saving the lives of these underprivileged and deserving children.
Desperate times need desperate measures -
we are aware we need to encourage you to donate.
To win a $2,500 donation to your club all you have to do
is donate a minimum of $1,000 to ROMAC, to be received no later than 1st Sept 2009.
Each $1,000 earns one entry,
so if you donate $3,000 you get three chances to win $2,500.
Cheques, payable to ROMAC, should be mailed to:
Win $2,500,
PO Box 220,
Willetton, WA 6955,



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