Sunday, February 11, 2018



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Rotaractors mark 50 years of Rotaract 
at their triennial meeting


Members of Rotaract,
 Rotary's program for young leaders ages 18 to 30,
 gathered in Taipei, Taiwan,
 for their triennial Interota convention.
 Attendees marked the occasion with song, dance,
 and participation in service projects,
 celebrating the 50th anniversary of the program this year. 






















































from the Rotary Club of Armadale newsletter

































Rotary Club of Kwinana










Rotary Club of Northam













Calling All Community Groups

You can sell duck race tickets to raise funds for your group.
The Mandurah Rotary Duck Race & Family Day
 is a free event on Easter Saturday.
The grand finale is the duck race itself which is $5.00 per duck to enter,
 and you can race as many ducks as you want!
For each book of 10 tickets sold,
 your group can keep 50% of the proceeds.

Visit for more information:


www.mandurahrotary.org.au/duck-race

































New Members








Rotary Club of Mindarie


Past President Nigel  introduced Fiona Congreve 
who has been endorsed for membership of Rotary and our Club. 
He gave the induction charge.
 President Ralph then spoke about Fiona’s contribution
 to the Club’s various activities over the last 12 months
 and was pleased that she had finally agreed to join the Rotary family.
 He stated that Fiona would be a welcome addition and a valuable member







Rotary Club of Como


Carmel Magyar was reintroduced to Como Rotarians
 as she was given the status of Honorary Member 










Paul Harris Fellow



Rotary Club of Esperance Bay


Ian McCallum









New Flyers



Rotary Club of Pinjarra 




Pinjarra Civic Centre, 1915 Pinjarra Road, Pinjarra, WA, 6208








Rotary Club of Perth










D9455 










Rotary Clubs of Mandurah








Rotary Club of Northbridge








Rotary Clubs of
Attadale
Fremantle












Around the Clubs



pictures from February 6























Rotary Club of Narrogin


Rotarian Michael Ranieri received Senior Citizens Award 2018
 from Mayor Neil Ballard 








Rotary clubs of 
Albany Port
Mount Barker
Mundaring


Some great discussion and fellowship last night.
 We welcomed visiting Rotarians from Mundaring and Mt Barker clubs
 along with exchange students Julia and Julia from Brazil











Rotary Club of Karrinyup



Ona's 17th Birthday

Ona with Wayne






Matt, Kath and Neil


Matt



Trish and Matt




Rotary Club of Narrogin



Recently returned Exchange students gave their report to the Club
 about their experience's and thanked all involved:
 Rot. Thomas Popp ( Counselor for Germany ),
 Eva Closset ( current Exchange student from Belgium ),
 Sorcha Hetzel-Armstrong ( returned from Germany ),
 Allana Seale ( returned from France )
. Michael Beckwith, President







Rotary Club of West Perth


Ian Hutton had the pleasure of thanking Sarah 
for her presentation and recognised her with the club certificate
 donating 20 End Polio Now vaccines on her behalf.





President Jill just had to be happy with Sarah's presentation today
 and they do look really pleased.
 Bernie observed Sarah was a living tribute to RYE




David Cleary (Herisson Island) came along to hear
 Srah Barber's Outbound RYE story while Sarah
 is with Claudine Bouverat (Inbound RYE) and Ayu 




Girl power!
 Guest speaker Sarah Barber (Returned Outbound RYE)
 sharing the glow with Claudine Bouverat (Inbound RYE student),
 Janine Woods (Host mum to Caudine)
 and Danielle Wingenried (Elizabeth Quay)








Rotary Club of Busselton Geographe Bay


 Harry Curtin has returned home
 from his Short Term Exchange to Italy
pictured after his presentation 
with President Roger Marriot and Phil Cordery








Rotary Club of Attadale





A selection of photos from our Annual Crabbing Day 
at Mandurah on February 4th.


Experts cleaning the crabs



Just some of the blue mannas



This should be enough crabs to feed the multitudes


President, Colin McCulloch, thanks our absolutely wonderful hosts
, Jim and Jenny Calcei


Enjoying the view and fellowship waiting for the feast



A fabulous selection of salads to go with the crabs



A fine table of cakes and desserts
















Rotary Club of Esperance Bay







Rotary Club of Cambridge


Shawn Redhage, former professional basketball player
 with the Perth Wildcats and now retired 
as a player was Cambridge Rotary's guest speaker
 on Wednesday 07 February. 
Shawn gave a fascinating and humorous outline 
of his life and career.
 He is now coaching basketball at schools
 and the club is keen to assist by providing adjustable height hoops.
 Here Shawn is presenting and dwarfing DG Lindsay Dry
 and President Jeremy. Pic by Graham Mcharrie











Rotary Club of Como



Ian Ball Youth Director introduced our NYSF
 (National Youth Science Forum) participant Emma John 
who gave us a great wrap up on her recent two week camp in Canberra. 
NYSF District Director Ross Sweeney
 was on hand to listen to her fantastic presentation










Rotary Club of MillPoint




The Pride of Workmanship Program enables managers 
in our society to help employees achieve the goal of job satisfaction,
 and publicly recognize them for their efforts.
 Participating businesses promote the Pride of Workmanship theme of 
"Do it once- do it well" 
throughout their organization and nominate 
employees worthy of recognition,
 not only within the organization, but the wider community.
 Nominees of the Pride of Workmanship Program
 are presented with a trophy in recognition of their achievements
 The Awardees today were:
 Sue Johnson from the ANZ Bank proposed by Alan Jameson
 Brugh McDonald from LDTotal proposed by Michael Gottschalk 
Lillian Donald from Food Rescue proposed by Julie Broad








Rotary Clubs of
Boulder
Hannans
Kalgoorlie


The Sun is out and so are the combined
 Rotary clubs of Boulder, Kalgoorlie & Hannans








Rotary Club of Narrogin


Thomas Popp cooking breakfast on Australia Day










Club and District Flyers


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This video left me both amazed and depressed at the same time.
 Roy Beck uses Gumballs in this colorful presentation
 of data from the World Bank
 and U.S. Census Bureau to discuss World Poverty and Immigration.
 With over 3 Billion people in the world classified
 as desperately poor and making less than $2 a day
 it’s no wonder many view the United States
 as the ultimate destination.
 99.9% of the world’s poor will never make it
 to a wealthy country
 so doesn’t it make sense to help them prosper
 where they already live?






























Just in case you missed it!!

A Tourism Australia ad inspired by Crocodile Dundee 
has aired to a potential 110 million Super Bowl viewers
 in the US as part of a record $US27m  campaign targeting American travellers. 
 The ad is a continuation of the Dundee
: The Son Of A Legend Returns Home faux trailers 
which have emerged online in recent weeks
 to make it appear a Crocodile Dundee film sequel was in preparation.
















Western Australia


Cathedral Gorge

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