Sunday, July 17, 2011


July is Settling in Month


New Members

Past President Sue Morley welcomes Debbie Mugridge

Changing clubs
Rotary Club of Swan Valley
President David Uhe welcomes Fred Hasson to the Club
Fred was a former member of the Balajura Malaga Rotary Club


Rotary Club of Swan Valley
Past President Brian Corkery installs David Uhe

Past President Brian Corkery with President David Uhe with Charles Arblaster


 Rotary Club of South Bunbury
President Glenys McDonald with Ben Andrew


Rotary Club of Victoria Park
President Roger Meakes is inducted

Rotary Club of Victoria Park 100% ers


Rotary Club of Wyalkatchem
President Julian Goldacre with District Governor Liz Westoby



Rotary Club of Victoria Park
President Roger Meakes and PP John Hudson with recipient Maureen Callard


 Rotary Club of Kalgoorlie

Past President Steve Mulvaney receives his Award from Past President Sue Morley


Welcome to Bangkok Transportation :30 from Rotary International on Vimeo.

D9455 Conference in Geraldton

D9465 Conference in Kalgoorlie


D9455 Club Awards 2010/2011


D9465 Rotarian of the year
Rotary Club of Hannans


Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay

 Rotary Club of Willetton
Past President Rob Webster with Wayne Hand Club Rotarian of the year



 Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay

The club welcomed visitors Rhonda and Eddie Roe


Rotary Club of Manjimup
Must have been cold in Manjimup this week

If you couldn't get near the fire you had to settle for the bar


Rotary Club of Geraldton

Rotary Club of Hannans


 Rotary Club of Heirisson

Rotary Club of West Perth


Guessing Game????

Anybody know these two unamed Rotarians whose pictures have been seen with no name attached


Martin Holm from Sweden

Anna Arnwald from Sweden


Frida Rasch

Synne Rett

Welcome from Willetton

Going home






The Rotary Club of Attadale fundraising movie Sunday 14th August 2011
 commencing promptly at 6:30 pm Cygnet Cinema, Preston Street, Como Tickets $12 each

Based on the legendary true story of the Red Dog who united a disparate local community
while roaming the Australian outback in search of his long lost master.
 Filmed in Dampier, Karratha, surrounding Pilbara areas,
 and the South and West of Western Australia.
Red Dog is believed to have been born in the town of Paraburdoo in 1971
 and had a variety of names to those who knew him, including:
 Bluey, Tally Ho, and Dog of the Northwest.
Tally Ho was his first name, given to him by a man called Colonel Cummings,
 who is believed to have been his first owner
 and the one who brought him to Dampier.
Following John's death in 1975, Red spent a lot of time travelling on his own
although he was taken in by many members of the community
and a veterinarian who treated him.
 Red was made a member of the Dampier Salts Sport and Social Club and the Transport Union.
 He was also given a bank account with Wales Bank,
 which is said to have used him as a mascot and sales tool with the slogan,
 "If Red banks at the Wales, then you can too".
Director: Kriv Stenders
Writers: Louis de Bernières (author of ‘A Partisan's Daughter’ and
‘Captain Corelli's Mandolin’), and Daniel Taplitz
Stars: Josh Lucas, Rachael Taylor and Noah Taylor



Robyn Penny

Secretary Rotary Club of East Perth


Rotary Club of Hannans


Late News!!!!

Ahoy Rotarians and Iforians,

 Naiad Ribs are very likely to call into Mandurah next Sunday July 24th
late morning weather permitting, on their way around Australia.
We currently have donations to be presented from Rotary Club of Mandurah
 and also Mandurah City Rotary Club.
Your assistance to raise other donations would be very much appreciated.
Your co-operation by arranging attendance to witness the event on the Sunday
 either on shore at MOFSC or Mandurah Town Jetty or both.
Should your boat be in available for action that morning to greet the Yellow Boat Road Ribs
 as they enter Comet Bay and or follow progress down Mandjar Bay
 including a visit to the Yacht Club would be very much appreciated.
ADG Frank Wheel and I will endeavour to co-ordinate the event.
 Anyone able to assist in anyway, your help would be appreciated.
Let’s make this worthwhile event even more worthwhile by drawing attention to it.
The purpose, assist in the eradication of Polio throughout the world
 has been and still is a major project of Rotarians and others everywhere!
Tim Donkin General Manager MOFSC (Mandurah Offshore Fishing and Sailing Club)
has been alerted.
 He also is currently doing our RC Bulletin.
Public awareness would be great and your assistance in this would be appreciated.
Progress of the Polio Plus fundraising Yellow Boat Road circumnavigation of Australia
is available on the website as previously advised being;
Please go to

Wednesday 20th July Geraldton to Lancelin
Thursday 21st July Lancelin to Perth

Friday 22nd July Rest Day
Saturday 23rd July Rest Day

Sunday 24th July Perth to Busselton Via Mandurah
Monday 25th July Busselton to Augusta
Tuesday 26th July Depart Augusta
Wednesday 27th July Arrive Albany
Please advise either Frank Wheel or myself of you interest or, we would be happy should you just turn up!!

Murray J McNally
IPC IYFR South West WA Fleet
PP Rotary Club of Mandurah Inc.
21 Admiralty Cres., Halls Head
Mandurah WA 6210
Phone 08 9535 9990
Mobile. 0408 515 905



The Rotaract Club of Subiaco, along with Rotary and Global Poverty Project, invite you to a Breakfast to End Polio.

The Breakfast will be held on 5 October 2011 from 7-9am at the Perth Exhibition and Convention Centre.
Tickets are available at
The July special is $380 for a table of 8, or $50 per ticket.
For more details please visit



July 23rd
Rotary Club of Wanneroo [1971]

August 1st
Rotary Club of Scarborough [1956]
August 4th
Rotary Club of Swan Districts [1949]
August 5th
Rotary Club of Victoria Park [1948]
August 5th
Rotary Club of Byford and Districts [1998]


other Snippets of information

Rotary Club of Cunderdin Annual Arts andCraft and Kuringal Concert
November 12th

Rotary Club of Cunderdin Quiz Night
July 29th

Rotary Club of Corrigin Variety Night
September 3rd

Rotary Club of Narrogin Golf Day
September 10th

Rotary Club of Mt Lawley
Sausage Sizzle @ Bunnings
October 8th


Rotary Club of Swan Valley
Next Bassendean Markets
July 31st

Rotary Club of Osborne Park
Sausage Sizzle Bunnings
July 23rd

Rotary Club of Victoria Park
Sausage Sizzle Bunnings Belmont
October 15th



Judging by the time they picked up their morning newspaper,
 my newly retired neighbors were getting up later and later
. One morning I was outside when my neighbor slipped out to pick up his paper.

"Sloth is one of the seven deadly sins, you know," I teased him.
He replied, "So is envy."


stolen from the Rotary Club of Kalgoorlie newsletter


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