Sunday, September 24, 2017


Meet 6 champions of peace
Honorees will be recognized at 
Rotary Day at the United Nations in November

By Rotary International

Rotary Club of Karrinyup

Principal thrilled to hear of school’s
 Earbus award win
Christy Taylor

Wednesday, 20 September 2017 5:30PM

from the Rotary Club of Ascot newsletter

Rotary Club of Armadale

reprinted with the permission
 of the Rotary Club of Mundaring

New Club Promotions

Rotary Club of Victoria Park

Rotary Club of Boulder

Rotary Club of Hillarys


Around the Clubs

Rotary Club of Fremantle

A helping hand .
 Members of the Freo Rotary Club planted 35 trees, last Sunday morning 
at the Attadale Foreshore as part of the restoration project for that area.
 The project is part of a Rotary International world wide
 to join your local Rotary for a new environmental challenge
 to plant over 1.2 million trees for the Rotary Tree Challenge. 
These trees will be added to the world-wide total.

Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay

 We were most fortunate to have Rotarian. Margarita Hewko, 
from Rotary Club of Chicago One
 as Speaker.
Marga is the wife of the General Secretary of Rotary International
 and she told us a little of her life living and working in a number of countrie
 how John became involved with Rotary and eventually the General Secretary, 
her role in this position and projects she has enjoyed working with.
Marga is passionate about the use of Rotary Soundation Global Grants
 and has carried out a number of projects via this method of funding.
Marga's sister Andrea, visiting Rotarians Past President Jeff Trudgia
and Linda Sweeney
 from Rotary Club of Hillarys 

Going to the Royal Show
Check out the ShelterBox Display

Rotary Club of Manjimup

A great evening with a very enthusiastic crowd of 140 people
 for our Anne McKay address. 
Dr Karl O'Callaghan was very inspirational.


A Lot of effort had been put into this event . 
No mean feat to collate all the results .
  Thanks Judy and Paul.
A Great Footy theme  Dinner by the ladies of the Country Club. 

The room was set up in local and AFL colours
 and even the club ladies made the effort to be in tune. 
 Almost all that attended entered into the theme of the night.
The country club is a great venue to hold an event like this
 Full bar and the table service was fantastic

Katrina won the prize for the best dressed club lady.

Rotary Club of Kununurra

fantastic speech from Noel Smith 
 Happy 80th Birthday young man!
 What a life! Thank you for sharing your story - well, part of it!

Cutting your cake with your cane knife no less!!

Rotary Club of Swan Districts

Our Club is proud to be working with the 
with the 'Stitches of Hope' program
 Great to see the sleeping bags go towards a great cause!

Rotary Club of EllenBrook

Rotary Club of Karrinyup

Our District 9455 Rotary Youth Exchange student Ona from Spain
attended the Quindanning Farmstay Weekend.
 It was an opportunity for all the students from the District 
to get to know each other as well as enjoy life
 in the Aussie bush in the beartiful spring weather.
The students stayed at a farm south of Perth
and were able to experience some of the farm activities
 such as caring for orphaned joeys and observing sheep being shorn
 For Ona a highlight was holding the joey.

Rotary Club of Palm Beach

 Rotary Club of Palm Beach WA Inc welcomed 3 young Rockingham residents
 that the club sponsored to take part in RYPEN 
- Rotary Youth Programme of Enrichment -
 for teenagers between ages 14-17 who have not yet experienced leadership positions
 but who have the potential to benefit from such exposure. 
Through a weekend live-in seminar for up to 45 participants
 RYPEN aims to create in young adults an awareness of their place
 in and responsibility towards, society. as a great opportunity to demonstrat
 their commitment to youth in their community. 
Activities may include a low ropes course, a team building course,
 workshops, games and more to develop teamwork and leadership skills.

Rotary Club of Mill Point

Rotary Club of Kwinana

Rotary Club of Esperance

What's happening to our lookout?
The Rotary lookout has been there for over 30 years
 and is needing some maintenance.
The hand rails and central stairs are being removed
 to have them repaired and replaced.
This should take about 5 weeks!

Rotary Club of Geraldton

On Wednesday night our club was treated to a tour of Batavia Coast Maritime Institute.
 We really enjoyed hearing about all the work that is done at the institute
 with breeding fish & trying stop pesky introduced fish
 from overtaking our native fish in our river ways.

Rotary Club of Crawley

Phillippa wore orange in support of Are you ok? Day 
and judging by her laughter she is ok. 
The meeting of 3 joint Rotary Clubs was the perfect forum 
for District Governor Lyndsay Dry to talk about his year  2017/18

Rotary Club of Bunbury Leschenault

Time sure flies when you're having fun.
10 years ago Mike Jenkins lead a team of enthusiastic youngsters
 on a Group Study Exchange (GSE) to Scotland.

The team caught up in Mandurah yesterday,
 and sent a cheery "hello" to everyone.

Club and District Promotions






Penn & Teller Fool Us....Eric Mead 
 What the coins???

Darci Lynne:
 Kid Ventriloquist Sings
 With A Little Help From Her Friends

Western Australia

Raft Point in the NW