Sunday, January 19, 2014


Rotary Theme for 2014/2015

Introducing the the theme at the 2014 International Assembly



Is your Club the Missing Link? 

You can contact me via Facebook or:

1) Once you have decided to hold an event,
 please email the details including individual or Club name,
 district number, and date of proposed event details to Susanne Rea:

2) When the Meal has been completed 

and the money sent into The Rotary Foundation,
 please email the total amount contributed
 and the number of participants, plus a photo ....
again to Susanne Rea.
 You are also welcome to post your results
 including photos onto our Group Facebook Page.
3) For those wanting to contribute directly to TRF, 


Whats happening in Western Australia???
Apart from The Goldfields


District Conferences




2014 Rotary District Conference
 Friday to Sunday  21 to 23 March   
Mandurah Performing Arts Centre
  - Ormsby Tce Mandurah
Friday Night Reception             
  – Finger Foods, Refreshments and Entertainment
Saturday  and Sunday               
   - Conference Sessions
 (includes Morning & Afternoon Teas and Lunch both days)
Saturday Night                              
  - Gala Dinner and Entertainment
Saturday Afternoon                  
   - Optional Partners Cruise 
(if preferred to Saturday Afternoon conference sessions)
Partners encourage and welcome to also attend

Costs Per Person
Full Registration                      
   -  Includes everything  above and optional cruise                   $285

Conference Sessions              
 - Includes all sessions Morning & Afternoon Teas, 
Lunch Both days       $185
Friday Night Reception        
   - Finger Foods, Refreshments and Entertainment              $  65
Saturday Night Gala Dinner 
 - Gala Dinner and Entertainment             $125

Go to all or select in part.        
 In past where partners  do not want to attend they may wish 
to register for Friday night reception
 and or Gala Dinner
Registration forms are being emailed out under separate cover. 
They should be completed and  forwarded direct
 to conference Registration coordinator by Post/Fax or email.
Details of addresses are on form.

For further information Contact  Lew Thomas 0402 912 240
 or District conference Chair Rob Webster 0417 900 008

Thanks & Kindest Regards

Lewis Thomas
6A/ 73 Mill  Point Road
South Perth WA 6151
Phone 040 291 2240


from 2013




Online payment for this event can be completed here



sneak preview



 Rotary Club of Hillarys

Around the Clubs

Rotary Club of Mundaring

D9465 Handicamp 2014

seen there.....

Rotary Club of Armadale

Aarrh, me hearties, pirate chef Gary Smith (The Manse Restaurant)
 captured wench Alison Lockwood at the Sloan Handicamp Dinner
 last night with a rebel bunch of campers, buddies,
 Rotarians and other shipmates.
 'Twas an evening of frivolity and mayhem graced 
with the presence of the pirate king, DG Irwin Biemel
 who handed out certificates to the motley crew


Rotary Club of Ascot


Rotary Club of Western Endeavour

The Rotary team helping out local primary school, Rosalie,
 repair and rebuild the tyre mound in the playground 

Rotary Club of Southern Districts
at the Maddington Metro Markets

Rotary Club of Fremantle
    The Fremantle Rotary Club will be meeting
 next Wednesday 22nd Jan at 5.45 at the Azalia Ley
 historical homestead at Manning Park. 
The Club congratulates the Historical Society of Cockburn
 in winning the 2013 Western Australian Heritage Award...rds for their ‘outstanding contribution to Heritage by a community organisation’.


Its the time of the Rotary year 
where lots of Outbound and Rebound Students
 are coming and going
Here are a few of them


Rotary Club of West Perth
Chris, our Outbound to Taiwan student, received his jacket from Pres Steve


Rotary Club of Scarborough
Scarborough Rotary RYE student Sam Scaife 
returned from a year on exchange in Argentina.
..pictured with his family.


First of the 2014 Outbounds headed off tonight. 
Scarlett, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Heirisson
and Felicity (Mundaring) are headed to Belgium


Rotary Club of Geraldton

Marlee, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Geraldton,
 is headed for a RYE 2041/2 in Lecco, Italy,
 where she willbe hosted by the family
 of Rotary Club of Karrinyup inbound, Lorenzo.


Rotary Club of Karrinyup

At this week's meeting we welcomed Paul Daly,
 twice awarded policeman of the year,
 who spoke about his Rotary Youth Exchange experience
 and how this opportunity had informed his life's journey.
 It was a great RYE night where we also welcomed home Ben from Brazil 
and took the opportunity to present Vienna,
 our club's outbound student to Finland, with her blazer. 
Joining in on the occasion were District 9455 Rotary Youth Exchange
inbound and outbound students:
 Campbell (Outbound to Brazil - Matilda Bay)
, Sophie (Inbound from Denmark, hosted by Broome) 
and Aine (Inbound Rotary Club of Matilda Bay


Rotary Club of Kunnurra
Cameron, sponsored by Rotary Club of Kununurra Inc. is off to Switzerland


Rotary club of Subiaco


Rotary Clubs of Geraldton


Rotary Club of Hillarys

last one to say goodbye for the weekend was Madelyn Murdock as she headed off to Russia

Goodbye and good luck to Kaitlyn O'connor 
now waiting for her flight to Brazil."pela sua viagem"


our first  outbound ready to jet off to he foreign shores of Venezuela,
 travel safe  Miranda McKennay.

Farewell Sophie Harwood who has said her goodbyes for jetting off to Hungary


Liam Reeves turn to arrive home safely from Taiwan!


Club Flyers


Perth Bone and Tissue Bank is analogous to the 
WA Rotary Cord Blood Bank except that the former, 
while supported by some Rotary Clubs is not a Rotary project 
and has been running successfully "under the radar" 
for 20 years and has provided graft to over 8000 patients.
  The lease on its current site at the rear of Hollywood Hospital 
has not been renewed and so it must relocate.  
Hence the need for greater publicity and fund raising. 
See for more info.
The attached flier advertises the Golf Day
 and sponsorship opportunities.
Please contact Kate Williams on (08) 9386 9300 
with any questions regarding the event or sponsorship.






 thanks Robyn Penny


Bear Surprise

Kiss for Peace



Smitty was a heating and cooling technician.
 His assistant was a small chimpanzee
 he had trained to do all the duct work. 
The chimp had no fear of heights or confined spaces,
 and besides, he didn’t have to be paid.
One day, Smitty got a call from a customer 
who said his air conditioner had broken down. 
Smitty went over and discovered some defective ducting.
 The customer asked if it would be hard to fix.
“No problem,” replied Smitty,
 “I have a little duct ape that will take care of it!”



Western Australia

Tree Top Walk....   Walpole 

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