Sunday, June 16, 2013


Fellowship and Fun





Rotary Club of Bentley Curtin    June 10 th

Rotary Club of Perth     June 14th

Rotary Club of Quairading      June 22nd

Rotary Club of Cockburn   June 22nd

Rotary Club of Northbridge    June 24th

Rotary Club of Cunderdin   June 25th

Rotary Club of Busselton Geographe Bay    June 26th

Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay     June 27th

Rotary Club OF Rossmoyne    June 29th

Rotary Club of Canning Bridge    June 30th

Rotary Club of Herrisson    June 30th

Rotary Club of Mosman Park   July 1st

Rotary Club of Northam   July 1st

Rotary Club of Corrigin  July 6th

Rotary Club of Hillarys    July 5th

Rotary Club of Balcatta   July 9th

Rotary Club of Kalgoorlie   July 13th

DISRTICT 9455   June 29th

DISTRICT 9465   July 6th


 Past President Nigel Barker [L]  congratulates President George Etrelezis

Rotary Club of Bentley Curtin

President Peter Snell with Past President Della Wood

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Rotary Water


Rotary Club of Cannington


Rotary Club of Batavia Coast



Rotary Club of East Perth
44th Birthday breakfast and macaroons with 
President-elect Colin McClughan and President Merilyn


Rotary Club of Bunbury Leschenault

Program can change young achievers' lives
CLARE NEGUS, Bunbury Herald
June 5, 2013, 10:11 am


 The Rotary Club of Hillarys is a keen supporter of Grandparents Rearing Grandchildren.

 where we presented a small cheque.



Rotary Club of Broome

The brushes flew and the paint ran as the RC Broome
 completed the first phase of their Rotarians & Friends
 @ Work Project at Broome Circle House. 
Great to see their Inbound RYE, Antonio from Brazil, 
working alongside Club Members...


 Rotary Club of Como


seen at a recent Club Meeting

Sargent Siri - raised my than his profile this morning..
.a really good and entertaining fines session 


Rotary Club of Kalgoorlie


Rotary Club of Heirisson


Rotary Club of Ballajura Malaga
Club Visioning with Past District Governor Liz Westoby


Rotary Club of Applecross


Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay

 Meeting 12th June, 2013
This week the RCFB did a Vocational visit to Manna Industries,
 Kids in the Kitchen in a disused canteen at Maddington Primary School. 
With the aid of a Rotary Foundation Matching Grant, 
cosponsored by the Rotary Club of Arden Arcade, D. 5180, California,
 this was an early project of the RCCFB to fit out the kitchen with all items 
– fridge, freezes, electrical equipment, cooking utensils, etc 
. In fact the very first project of the club was to provide
 all the melamine dinnerware which is still in constant use.
 Charter Member Roger Marston donated 61 cartons of dinnerware to the project.
 The kitchen provides breakfast, morning tea and lunch


Rotary Club of Ascot


Rotary Club of Fremantle Port
 Sergeant Richard Reid in action


Rotary Club of Matilda Bay


Rotary Club of South Bunbury

 Attendees at the recent District 9455 RYPEN  Seminar

Rotaract Club of South Perth recent Handover



 Rotary Club of Busselton Geographe Bay
At last Wednesdays meeting  [l-r]
Joe Richardson from Idaho USA and hosted by the Rotary Club of Margret River 
heading home on June 16th
Ale Mazzoli hosted by the Rotary Club of Busselton Geographe Bay
 from Italy and returns home on July17th
Kate Mckinnon and Rose aMatthews are Short Term Exchange Students 
from Busselton who will visit Italy over Xmas / New Year





Rotary Club of Geraldton

Somewhere in Europe, in front of some obscure monument, 
Alison - (our outbound Exchange Student), 
eems to be having the time of her life


Funny pictures
Funny Faces

 Kalgoorlie Rotary Club
 Mundaring Rotary Club
Ballajura Malaga Rtary Club


Rotary Club of Wongan Hills
June 15th   [1965]

Rotary Club of Cockburn
June 18th  [1969]

Rotary Club of Bunbury
June 19th   [1939]

Rotary Club of Booragoon
June 21st   [1983]

Rotary Club of South Bunbury
June 23rd  [1967]

Rotary Club of Willetton
June 25th   [1982]

Rotary Club of Kalamunda
June 27th   [1962]

Rotary Club of Mandurah
June 27th  [1961]

Rotary Club of Mount Lawley
June  28th  [1949]

Rotary Club of West Perth
June 28th  [1954]

Rotary Club of Quairading
June 30th  [1963]

Rotary Club of Cambridge
June 30th  [1969]

Rotary Club of Rossmoyne
June 30th   [1972]

 I cant believe we made it

It is a little known fact that before he became a famous movie star 
Yul Brynner had a job in a bank. 
He was responsible for processing loan applications, 
and had a very strict boss. 
One unbreakable rule was that when Yul had an application ready for approval, 
he was to give it to an office boy to walk it down the hall to the Loan Processing Department -
he was never to do this himself,
 but was to stay in his own office at all times.
 One day a very important man came in to set up a loan.
 This man was very impatient,
 and when Brynner could not find an office boy 
to take the paperwork to the loan department, 
the man insisted that Yul do it himself to save precious time. 
Brynner let himself be bullied into it, 
with some misgivings.
 As bad luck would have it,
on his way down the hall he passed an open window, 
and a sudden breeze tore the papers out of his hand into the street below! 
He panicked when he realized he would have to tell his boss that the papers were lost! 
Very fearful of being fired,
 he confessed to his deed,
 but he was not fired.
Instead his boss gave him an ultimatum.
 He said, "I will let this infraction go this one time. 
But in the future, 
Yul, never walk a loan!"


A famous art collector is walking through the city 
when he notices a mangy cat lapping milk from a saucer
 in the doorway of a store and he does a double take.
 He recognizes that the saucer is extremely old and very valuable, 
so he walks casually into the store 
and offers to buy the cat for two dollars.

The store owner replies
 "I'm sorry, but the cat isn't for sale.

The collector says,
 "Please, I need a hungry cat around the house to catch mice.
 I'll pay you twenty dollars for that cat."

And the owner says 
"Sold," and hands over the cat.

The collector continues,
 "Hey, for the twenty bucks I wonder 
if you could throw in that old saucer. 
The cat's used to it and it'll save me from having to get a dish."

And the owner says, 
"Sorry buddy, but that's my lucky saucer.
 So far this week I've sold sixty-eight cats."

Western Australia

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