Sunday, March 15, 2015



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WHAT IS ROTARACT?

Rotaract brings together young people ages 18-30 
in universities and communities worldwide
 to organize service activities, develop their leadership 
and professional skills, and have fun.
 Rotary clubs sponsor them, but Rotaract club members 
manage and fund their clubs independently






Rotaract Club of South Perth
Clean up Australia Day 2015

helped out by members of the Rotary Clubs of
Mill Point
South Perth/Burswood
Como











Members of the Rotaract Clubs of Perth, Subiaco and Mount Lawley
 at the opening for the district 9455 conference



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Rotaract Club of Mount Lawley




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Unfortunately The Rotaract Clubs in District
 will not be running the Dial A Santa project in the future
 as we have been unable to get the support of Rotaracters

 We are currently seeing whether Rotary clubs
 would be interested in taking over this project
Anthea McCormick

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New Flyers

Rotary Club of Willetton





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Rotary Club of Katanning




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Rotary Inspirational Presentation Video





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Rotary Club of Como
Our newest member Ashley Stent who comes with a Nutrition background.
  Ashley is pictured below with Club President Lindsay Brown
 and Membership Director Graeme Carter.









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District 9455 Annual Conference
 is on this weekend in the City
Here are a few photos from the past couple of days











Rotary Club of Geraldton-Greenough

Our club won the attendance award at District Conference 2015 
(even though a few are missing from this photo)! 




















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And next weekend in Albany






Around the clubs




Rotary Club of East Perth

 Carson Street School  
President  Merilyn Adamson and  Rotarian Robin Arndt 
handing over an all-terrain stroller to  Principal John Exeter
 and P & C President Liz Green
. Money raised for the stroller was thru Rotary Club of East Perth’s
 Krispy Kreme Drive in October.




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Rotary Club of Busselton Geographe Bay

Visiting Rotarians
Two visiting Rotarians from England:
 Barry Baxter
 Carol Kewley

from the Rotary Club of Deal.
 Deal is in Kent approximately 8 miles from Dover. 
The Club was founded in 1922.

Barry said the average age of the Club was 75.
 Their first women was inducted into the Club 
(and there she is below– Carol!)
 And now they have 2!!









Rotary Club of Karrinyup
This week we are really happy to have Jenny
 from SCKATE (Southern Cross Kenya - Aid to Educate)
 back along with an update on her project in Kenya. 
Jenny is well know to our club, having visited before 
and received some of our Rotary Club of Karrinyup (District 9455)
 funds to support her project,
 and is  a regular at the Stirling Farmers Market
 with her very popular fundraising bookstall...










Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay







Rotary Club of Como and ROMAC


ROMAC - Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children 
had a stall at the recent Rotary Club of North Perth Hyde Park Festival. 
The event was very successful and lots of interest was shown regarding ROMAC.
  Como member Marielle Sloss is pictured with other Western Region Board members.






Rotary Club of Como

March 3rd saw the Como members and guests
 descend on the Hensman Street Bowling Club 
and tackle a few ends. 






Rotary Club of Cockburn
Jetty to Jetty swim







Rotary Club of Fremantle







Rotary Club of Osborne Park 
was at the Mundaring Markets
promoting Team Challenge









Rotary Club of Bunbury Leschenault
The wanderer returns just in time for conference in Albany 





Rotary Club of Hillarys


Past District Governor Hank de Smit 
presenting Past President Dawn Trudgian 
with her Presidential Citation





D9455Four Way Speaking Test
Held in late February at the Hillarys Yacht Club









Rotary Club of Northam
from Past President Brian Webb

Geoff Ruscoe's wife is facilitator-director 
of SING AUSTRALIA, Northam group.
Last night we celebrated the 6th 'birthday' of the Group 

and it was a dress up - Mardi Gras style.
Guess who won the first prize, "King of the Castle"
 


, Kay Ruscoe , Brian Webb and' leprechaun' - wild Irish Rose Carmel Moore".




Fourth the guy in the red "cat" shirt and wig is Frank, aka Tom Jones 
- we are singing "Delilah" The microphones double as bubble blowers.






 Brian Webb with "Phantom," Clinton - a friend, President of Northam Probus
 and an Agricultural Society member and former President.









Picture of the week

courtesy of Rotary Club of Busselton Geographe Bay




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Club and District Promotions

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video
this video was created by Korean Rotarian
Eunsuk Jung

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Wake up to Eggs with Bacon








Daylight Saving Time 
 How Is This Still A Thing? 








Western Australia
Cape Le Grand  [near Esperance]

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