Sunday, April 29, 2018


Join people of action from around the world at the 
 23-27 June, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
 With over 90 breakout sessions to choose from,
 and a variety of exciting host events,
 you’ll want to experience it all!

Visit the
House of Friendship to view the latest Rotary virtual reality film
 at the VR Zone or connect and recharge while gaining tips
 on how to tell your Rotary story and getting personalized assistance 
at the Social Media Lounge.
See you in Toronto!

Rotary Club of Armadale

New Members

Rotary Club of Booragoon

We had the honour of learning about the experiences of local resident
 and former military man Dan Cavanagh,
 and what ANZAC Day means to him.
 We were also delighted to officially welcome two new members,
 Suzanna Wallace and Darrian. Brain

Paul Harris Fellows

Rotary Club of Dalkeith

At the  Dalkeith Rotary's anniversary dinner
 and it was a great pleasure to see two of our members
 receive their Paul Harris Fellow awards and pins 
- Anthony McGrath and John Thornton.
 Congratulations gentlemen.
 Very well deserved.

Rotary Club of Mill Point

President Rick presented Jon Lawrance on behalf 
of the Rotary Club of Mill Point
 with a PHF pin with a sapphire.

New Flyers

Rotary Club of Victoria Park

4 May at 18:00–19:30
Dutch Trading Company
243 Albany Highway
Victoria Park

Rotary Club of Bunbury Leschenault

Rotary Club of Scarborough

Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay

Interplast Australia

Around the Clubs


Rotary Club of Palm Beach

Thank you to all the supporters and sponsors that helped the
 Rotary Club of Palm Beach WA Inc put on this year's Gunfire Breakfast 
for the community at the Rockingham PCYC.

Rotary Club of Perth

Serving breakfast of the grounds of Government House

PDG Philip Skelton at the Dawn Service

Rotary Club of Gosnells

Annual breakfast in Pioneer Park

Rotary Club of Karrinyup

 Ross, Peter, Pam and Ian at the Dawn Service
 at the North Beach memorial.

Rotary Club of Kwinana

Kwinana RSL Dawn Service Breakfast again done
 to a 'T' by the Kwinana Rotary Club members and partners.

Rotary Club of Swan Districts

Swan Districts Rotary Club members PP Bill Farrell and Angeline Emery
 had the honour of laying a wreath at the Guildford Anzac service 
and we enjoyed ANZAC biscuits and a cuppa
 at Angie' s beautiful 1900's home.
 Thank you Angie

Rotary Club of Rossmoyne
Rotary Club of Kenwck

Rotary Club of West Perth

Guest speaker club member John Tick was about to address
 the topic of the Australians in the Forgotten war
 but was being quizzed by President Jill while Nigel
 was building up his strength for the introduction.

Other News

Students from both districts  just before departure on the NW Safari

Rotary Club of Geraldton

On Friday night Rotary Youth exchange students
 Margrete Saeter from our club and Lola Mathieu
 from Rotary Club of Geraldton-Greenough
 were invited along to Parliament House
 (with all the Rotary Youth Exchange students in WA).
 The students really enjoyed getting to sit in the legislative assembly
 and learn about how Parliament works.
 They were also treated to some yummy nibbles
 and a take home parliamentary showbag.
 Exciting times ahead as the girls will be commencing
 their Northwest Safari the next day.

Rotary Club of Ascot

Rotary Club of West Perth

At the John Fawcett Foundation AGM this morning. 
The JFF was an initiative of West Perth Rotary Club.
 John Hollingshead and Pat Emery were front row in keeping the tradition
 of support to this excellent organisation. 
Gede Bingin Exec Manager of JFF Indonesia and Wayan Helmy were down again
 and Penny Lane (all the way from Tasmania)
 came along to make it the most complete board member representation
 in recent times 
 John Fawcett lives on in spirit as the organisation continues
 to go from strength to strength. 
Make a donation and save someone's sight or fix a cleft palate.

Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay

PDG Mayur Vyas, RI D. 3060, Anand, India,
 was the speaker at the RCFB Meeting 18th April.
 Mayur spoke of the slum area in which he lives in India 
and some of the projects carried out by his Club.
 His wife CP of the new RC Anand Milkcity 
already has significant potential GG projects identified
 requiring international partners.
PDG Mayur and CP Bina Vyas have been personal friends 
of PRID Ken and CP Di Collins for 31 years since
 the Collins' visited the Feeding project of the RC Anand
 when PRID Ken was a member of the
 RAWCS IPAC Committee in 1987.

Rotary Club of Kenwick

Peter and P Joe planted 40+ trees — one day after Earth Day.
We were given the opportunity by The South East Regional Centre
 for Urban Landcare (SERCUL).

At the beginning of this Rotary year, RI World President Ian Riseley
 issued a challenge for ever Rotary club
 to plant one tree for each Rotary member.
 His goal in doing so was twofold.
 The first goal was obvious: trees are good for us.
 They absorb carbon and release oxygen, they support biodiversity,
 they improve our soil, our climate, and our moods.
 We need more of them, and planting trees is a wonderful project 
for all Rotary clubs to do together


Stephen Coady
Planting my tree for the @Rotary international challenge with Rotary e-club of WA

Rotaract Club City of Gosnells

The crew are working hard preparing dinner for the families
. the menu includes Beef Wellingtons, Duck a la Orange
, choc and Mixed berry mousse and profiteroles!! 

Rotary Club of Rockingham

Two years ago Sharyn McCaskey and Rob Miller both joined
 and what a ride it has been with two vibrant and wonderful members.

Here is 
Sharyn McCaskey pictured with Alex Acton 
her Rotary Mentor and Carol Frieling and Kathy Lowe
 both close friends of Sharyn who attended her induction night.

Rotary Club of Scarborough

Rotary Club of Fremantle

From our very own globetrotting George 
“I have now attended 10 meetings
 at Rotary Club of Alexandra over the two years.
Great fellowship and each trip they provide with a set of golf clubs
 and in summer visits I play on the 'Rotary Hoes'.

Tonight I was presented with cricket ball 
"an apple"
 but with no sandpaper!
This is a photo with President Gil ,Stu and Neville

"Picture of the Week"

It's a long way from Attadale to Japan

Club and District Flyers







Father Ray Kelly takes us to church 
with AMAZING version of 
‘Everybody Hurts’

These ice slip ups are hilarious 

Earth Is Awesome 

 Earth Day 2018

Western Australia

Canal Rocks   Margaret River