Sunday, April 19, 2015




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Rotary Club of Nedlands
Another flashback to a past student -
 anyone recognise Sophie, Rotary Club of Nedlands
 2011 Outbound to Denmark 








Rotary Club of Subiaco


The Gallipoli 100 is to be a surfboat race featuring surfboats
 manned by Australian, New Zealand and Turkish crews
 held on 22 and 23 April 2015 from Eceabat (SL Kilitbahir - Çanakkale)
 to North Beach (FL Ariburnu).

There were many life savers and future life savers
 who fought at Gallipoli, including a number of our pre-war life savers did not return.

This race and the additional programme set to coincide 
with the cultural activities planned by the Turkish Government
 will further the friendship between Turkey, Australia and New Zealand
 whilst enabling those participating to pay their respects
 to all who lost their lives so many years ago.




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Rotaract Club of Mount Lawley





Rotary Club of Bunbury
In support of the Rotary Sail Into Life programme, 
we have been successful in obtaining a Lotterywest Grant ($23,148) 
to support the purchase of two new 303 Access dinghies.
This will ensure we have suitable capacity to meet 
the strong community demand for this programme. 
We can also have some regatta competitions!

Hon John Castrilli MLA kindly presented the 'cheque' today.

 . We are greatful to Lotterywest for this fantastic support
 which will ensure Rotay Sail into Life's sustainability into the future.




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Rotary Club of Perth
Welcome to back to  Geraldine Aubrey!




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Rotary Club of Swan Districts

CONNELLY (Michael): 

The Rotary Club of Swan Districts mourns the passing 

of one of its esteemed members.
 A member for over 24 years. 
A Paul Harris Fellow,
 a Director of many committees,
 Michael gave the club its dignity and its compassion, 
always true to the ideals of Rotary. 
He will long be remembered for his honesty, 
ise counsel and willingness to serve no matter what the task.

reprinted with the permission of the Rotary Club of Swan Districts

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New Flyers




























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Around the Clubs

Pictures from the 
Rotaract of Mount Lawley 
Charter night











Rotary Club of  Ellenbrook

We are having a wonderful time meeting the locals.

Thank you to anyone who has donated blood in the past 
or considering donating in the future.













Rotary Club of Manjimup


Rotary BBQ held at Robert & Kathy Taylors 
following a Vocational Visit to Warren Electrical Services
Vic Grozotis, Irene Bowden & Rick Wilson MP



Robert Taylor & Maurie Masters




Dom Della Vedova & Harry Hercock                          


John Jenkins, Kent Roberts & Don Faulks







Rotary Club of East Perth

President Merilyn, PE Robyn and Jude on the Leeuwin on April 9th.








Rotary Club of Scarborough
Guest Speaker Graham Edwards, President Brian Richards and Secretary Rob Collins







Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay

 Sanjive Narendranathan, Kevin O’Malley, Stephanie Webb, 
Diector. Liz Hollingdale and Nikhil Ramanathan


Marie-Claude Lepoivre and our member Anne-Sophie Lesteven









Rotary Club of Kwinana
seen at the recent  Sunday Markets







Rotary Club of Cambridge
 President Elect Jeremy Wood attended the Presidents Elect Training Seminar 
(PETS) in Mandurah.




Rotary Club of Western Endeavour
At Mandurah for Presidents Elect Training.
 Assistant Governors Jane Marie O'Leary,Michele Alexander 
and Meredith Shaddick having fun before we started today 







Rotary Club of Karrinyup

Guest Speaker Phil, who presented at our ANZAC themed meeting
 on the Australian 10th Light Horse Regiment.


Our special ANZAC themed meeting on Wednesday was a huge succes
. Not only did we enjoy Phil's presentation on the Australian 10th Light Horse Regiment,
 but it was also fabulous to have along members 
of theTrigg Island Surf Life Saving Club's Gallipoli 100 crew,
 just prior to their departure for Turkey,
 where they will take part in a special rowing event in a boat 
very similar to those used in the Gallipoli landing 100 years ago.

PICTURED ABOVE
Rotary Club of Midland  Turkish Inbound
 Rotary Youth Exchange student, Serhan, 
with members of theTrigg Island Surf Life Saving Club Gallipoli 100 Crew.





Also at our meeting, Nick, Club Trainer at the Trigg Island Surf Life Saving Club
, presented our InboundDistrict 9455 Rotary Youth Exchange student, Erik,
 with his Bronze Medallion earned a the Club and on the beaches over the summer.






Our current Inbound Rotary Youth Exchange student, Erik from Estonia,
 is currently hosted by local City of Stirling councillor, Samantha.
 As part of showing Erik what she and the council do,
 she asked Erik to accompany her and Michael to a Council dinner, 
and also to invite some of the Rotary Club of Karrinyup (District 9455)






Rotary Club of Ascot
 3 members of our Interact Club attended the meeting.
 It was great to see them and hear of all the 
wonderful things they have planned for this year. 
The girls are seen here with President Garry Jacobs
 and Vocational Director Aidan Wood









Rotary Club of Western Endeavour
At today's meeting, members had the pleasure of hearing Raphael Obonyo 
who has risen from Korogocho, an informal settlement in Nairobi, Kenya 
to become a youth advocate at the national, regional and international level.
 Raphael is the external adviser, UN Habitat’s Youth Advisory Board,
and Africa’s representative in the World Bank’s Global Coordination Board
 on Youth and Anti­Corruption. 
He is the co­founder and Board member of K­Youth Media
 a training program in Nairobi Kenya, which is supported
 by Be Kids Australia Inc. and Nacka Nairobi. 



He has extensive knowledge and experience in public policy,
 international development, political economy community organizing,
 governance and human rights. In 2013,
 the Global Diplomatic Forum named Raphael
 as one of the Global Young Diplomats. 
He is 2014 Crans Montana’s New Leader of Tomorrow.
 He holds a Masters in Public Policy from Duke University.
 He is a Ford Foundation Fellow.



Pictured  is Ben Wandei,  Club president Laurie Dender,
 BeKids Australia
 - www.bekids.org founder Joan Peters
 and Raphael Obonyo.








Rotary Club of Como

Brenton Buckman from the Rotaract Club of South Perth 
gave us a talk about his experiences at the recent RYLA
 (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) Camp. 
He is pictured with Ian Ball (past participant) 
Tim Davey (previous RYLA Board) and Don Stevens (Chairman)





Centurion Les Ozsdolay receiving his Certificate 

and pin from incoming Foundation Director Richard Moore











Rotary Club of Kununurra











Rotary Club of Busselton Geographe Bay
Hospital visit






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District and Club Promotions

April

















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ARE YOU UP FOR THE CHALLENGE?
Chidlow to Swan View


http://rotaryteamchallenge.org.au/22km-course/

The Rotary Team Challenge short course at 22km,
 is approximately the length of a half marathon.
 Entry fee for this event is $60 per person.

 Proceeds go to MSWA.



























































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June













August







Rotary Club of Kwinana
April  22ND    [[1971]

Rotary Club of Dalkeith
April  24th   [1984]

Rotary Club of Karrinyup
May 1st   [1974]

Rotary Club of Belmont
May 13th   [1961]

Rotary Club of Corrigin
May 18th  [1964]

Rotary Club of  Osborne Park
May 26th   [1978]

Rotary Club of Hannans/Kalgoorlie
May  28th   [1994]

Rotary Club of Albany Port

May  29th   [1979]








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Gift - Short film
a very powerful video







Marc Métral and his talking dog Wendy 




video
save the trees


















Western Australia
Swimming in the Serpentine River

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