Sunday, August 4, 2013


World President Ron Burton 


Rotary Club of Rocklin Loomis Basin Membership Video


Rotary Club of Northam
President Velu Ramasamy inducting new members, 
John Hansen, Mia Davies and Ross Headley


Rotary Club of Kenwick
Assistant Governor Joe Byl  with new members Peter Hendrikx  Ben Roberts and Lisa Gull

With DG Erwin Biemel and President Steve Weychan


Rotary Club of Corrigin

Neil and Eddie with Past President Jackie Bowles

Rotary Club of Midland


Rotary Club of Como
Past President Kim Larsen handing over to New President John Garmony 
at the recent RC Como Changeover Dinner.


Rotary Club of Scarborough
President Dave Taylor with his team


Seen in Geraldton recently
President of the Rotary Club of Batavia Coast, Brian Beardman,
 President of the Rotary Club of Geraldton, Colin Wise, 
District Governor Hank de Smit, Assistant Governor Dan Crisp
 and President Clark Scarff, both of the Rotary Club of Geraldton-Greenough.


Rotary Club of Mount Barker


Rotary Club of Como
Rotary Club of Como - Rotarian of the Year John Cahill -
 the BBQ King with Past President Kim Larsen....


The New Rotaract Club of Rockingham/Kwinana

DG Erwin Biemel with the inaugural President Ben Chamberlain


Rotaract Club of Subiaco
we were awarded a Presidential Citation by our Assistant Governor, Jerry Pilcher.


Rotary Club of Como
Barbara Dodman was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation
 from the RC of Como Past Pres Kim Larsen for her continued efforts
 in supporting the projects of the Rotary Club of Como



Board Director Phil Cordery of Australian Rotary Health
 attended the Rotary Club of Scarborough to accept a cheque
 from President Dave Taylor for the clubs support
 of the Indigenous Health Scholarship program


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Around the Clubs

Rotary Club of Swan Valley

Members signing the red ribbon for Volunteering WA's 25th Anniversary. 


Rotary Club of Como

Our Japanese Visitors at last weeks dinner exchanging banners with President John


Rotary Club of Hillarys


Rotary Club of Mill Point

Hotham Valley Train Trip


Rotary Club of Northam

At the Avon River descent

and at a fellowship meeting



Rotary Club of Geraldton Greenough


Rotary Club of Scarborough
Rotary Exchange student from France, Adèle Chrétien 
presents President Dave with a banner from her club in France,
 Cassel / Wormhout en FLANDRE — 


Rotary Club of Karrinyup

Our new Inbound Rotary Youth Exchange student, Jacob from Denmark,
 enjoying his first game of AFL with 2009 Rebound Emily.


Rotary Club of Mount Barker

Watching whales with Juan was wonderful, wet and wonky.
..we didn't see any but we do get to try again next week.


Rotary Club of West Perth
welcome to our new Rotary Exchange Student Alexia
. Rtn Russell and Lesley were out at the airport to receive Alexia 
who flew in late last night/early this morning.
 Russell is our club's RYE Councillor and will host Alexia 
before the host family takes on the role.


Funny Photo of the week

seen at the Rotary Club of West Perth





Every body should watch this video

A fly was buzzing along one morning
 when he saw a lawn mower someone had left out in their front yard.
 He flew over and sat on the handle,
 watching the children going down the sidewalk on their way to school.
 One little boy tripped on a crack and fell,
 spilling his lunch on the sidewalk. 
He picked himself up, put his lunch back in the bag and went on.
 But he missed a piece of bologna.
 The fly had not eaten that morning and he sure was hungry.
 So he flew down and started eating the bologna.
 In fact he ate so much that he could not fly, 
so he waddled across the sidewalk, 
across the lawn, up the wheel of the lawn mower, 
up the handle, and sat there resting and watching the children.
 There was still some bologna laying there on the sidewalk.
 He was really stuffed, but that baloney sure did look good.
 Finally temptation got the best of him 
and he jumped off the handle of the lawn mower to fly over to the baloney
. But alas he was too full to fly and he went splat!!,
 killing him instantly.
 The moral of the story:
 Don't fly off the handle when you are full of baloney.

Top Secret Drum Corps performs at the Edinburgh Military Tattoo in 2012.
Top Secret Drum Corps is a precision drum corps 
based in Basel, Switzerland and consists 
of 25 drummers and color guard members.


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