Sunday, July 21, 2019


A Rotary Club in Western Australia
 trialling a personalised music therapy program 
for people living with dementia wants 
the scheme to go national.
The Rotary Club of Geraldton-Greenough
 began providing the headsets last December 
and has since ordered 400 units —
 one for every member of the community diagnosed
 with the condition.

The idea of the headsets,
 which are loaded with handpicked playlists
 of the recipient's favourite music,
 came to Geoff Wood, the club's president,
 after he watched 


  Bono's Message to Rotary Members

"Whenever I go doing my work in Africa,
 The Rotarians have been there before me.
 It Is very humbling thing to discover just exactly what "Service Above Self"
 adds up to when you see it in practice in the field" 
~ Bono

Disability refers to the amount of disruption a health problem
 causes to a person's ability to work, look after themselves
, and carry on relationships with family and friends.

Support research into depression today

Andrew Holt and his team at Poonawatta Wines
 are thrilled to have been able to raise $4850
 for the Rotary Australia Drought Relief Response through their boutique winery.
But the drought continues, 
so they have decided to continue fund raising efforts 
with a special Rotary wine offer. 
This offer is exclusive to members of Rotary.
Click this link to view and order this fabulous offer.

Help us make over 200 sandwiches for those sleeping rough
 on Perth's streets to be handed out by the
 Perth Homeless Support Group on their 11th of August walk.

are hosting a new shining light in the social calendar.
 The inaugural 𝙇𝙪𝙢𝙞𝙚̀𝙧𝙚 𝙂𝙖𝙡𝙖 -
 a night of elegance, entertainment and inspiration in support 
of the life-saving work of Australian Rotary Healthand Lifeline WA.

Friday August 23
Claremont Showgrounds
1 Graylands Avenue

This is the beautiful building where we will be holding our Lumiere Gala evening.
 Lets all get on board and make this an evening to remember for

Wild West Bike Ride
August 24/---25

Rotary Play meet with Purpose



This is shaping up to be a great event.
  We look forward to seeing you there.

Please make your booking at
by Thursday, July 25.



  • The first Rotary International convention held outside the United States\
  •  was in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1921.

New Members

Darren Parera

Our new members Bob and Kay Phipps
 presenting a flag from their visit to the Rotary Club of Uxbridge in England.
 We are a club if travelers

We inducted another member last night, hooray! 
Welcome to the club Hafeez M. Tobbria!

Paul Harris Fellows

At the Inbounds Farewell Function one of our long-serving RYE committee member
 Rob was awarded a Paul Harris Fellowship pin 
for his faithful contributions to Rotary Youth Exchange
. Rob has completed over sixteen years of service
 as a valued committee member and host parent.
 He was very moved and taken aback by the well deserved award.

Past President Chris Thomas is awarded by DG Wayne Milnes

Rotary Club of West Perth members congratulated John Holman 
who was honored this week at our regular Thursday morning breakfast
 as a Paul Harris Fellow. 
Great work John you are an inspiration.

Michael Beckwith hands over the Presidents baton to Thomas Popp 

Michael Beckwith sums up the clubs achievements over the last year.

Host mothers Heather Neasmith and Jodie Ranieri with Alina Peters.

Welcome to our new 2020 and 46th Club President Geoff Cornell.

The 2019/20 President team..
. So devoted to building a stable future that they even dress the same!

50 Years in the Town of Cambridge!!
 Evolving from Rotary Floreat and City Beach, Rotary Cambridge
 celebrated its 50th Anniversary at a dinner on 10 July
. Cerificates of Appreciation, Honorary Membership and Friend of Rotary
 were presented to Max, Peter, Leonie and Mayor Keri Shannon.

Huge thanks to Melissa Dor of Rotary of Elizabeth Quay
 who went to great lengths to identify some great stationery
 set for the tip at her workplace and packaged and delivered direct to our warehouse.
 Another delivery is planned this week!
 Do you know of anyone who has paper, pens,
 or educational resources that could be put to better use?

On Tuesday 9 July 2019 the Rotary Club of Ascot had their 
last Breakfast Meeting at the Belmont Tavern.
 Past President Ron Alexander welcomed 12 members
 and Guest Speaker Rotarian Noel Allen from the Rotary Club of Mt Lawley.
Noel spoke to members about his Rotary Journey

new meeting venue is
Ignot Hotel
285 Great Eastern Highway

 and support The Rotary Club of Broome.. preparation of our annual Dragon Boat Regatta fundraiser!

  At the Ag Show, make sure you recharge the batteries after a big day of fun 
with a delicious Rotary Burger or Hotdog 

Ngala CEO Fiona Beemier and Sakina Bindahneem Parenting Line Coordinator
 came and spoke to us about how our Educational Scholarship funds
 were used and what exciting projects the next $5000 will be used for.

Thanks to Mill Point Rotarians Raelene and Reggie 
who visited our club to talk about Global Hands Charity

 for joining us for breakfast this morning at Hyatt Regency Perth!
 We heard from our new District 9455 Governor, Graham Peden,
 sharing the vision for Rotary for the coming year and beyond.
 It was great to meet new friends and enjoy the experience
 with an amazing group of people.

There is never a dull moment at Rotary Club of Karrinyup
At our meeting this week we heard how our donation to MSWA was spent this year,
 welcomed our AG to his first meeting with us
 and entertained visitors from the Rotary Club of Lilydale, Victoria.

Community Service Director Mile introduced Sue Shapland and Nicki Washington form MSWA.

PDG Phil is seen here with our visitors Des and Judith from the Rotary Club of Lilydale, Vic.

President Richard welcomed our Assistant Governor Wesley to his first meeting at our club.

Immediate Past President June Wade PHF Rotary Club South Perth-Burswood
 exchanging club banners with President Jean-Louise Besse.
at Brive-la-Gaillarde in South France during her recent visit. 
The 3 Brive clubs support ShelterBox.
Followed by a delightful dinner.

On Monday, we awarded our Pride of Workmanship Awards.
 Jaroe Delaney was nominated by Morley Salvation Army 
in recognition of his attitude at work.
 They advised that you could always rely on Jaroe 
and that he treats all with the utmost respect.
 Congratulations Jaroe! 

On Monday we awarded our Pride of Workmanship Awards.
 Congratulations to Courtney Harnwell
 who was nominated by the Mount Lawley Golf Club for her excellent service.
 The Mt Lawley Golf Club recommended Courtney
 as she is well respected by her colleagues, sociable and personable
 and very deserving of the award. 

There have been some great Guest Speakers at the Attadale Rotary Club 
to start off the new Rotary year.
Matt Taylor CEO of Western Rock Lobster,
Daniel Lane, Clinic Director of The Perth Brain Centre 
and Kate Kirwin, 'Rising Star Awardee - SpaceCubed'.
Club members and visitors have certainly enjoyed the presentations
 and gained a lot more knowledge about each of the topics.
Some happy pics of Rotarian Mick Donnes, Attadale
 Rotary President Gail McCulloch and Matt Taylor.
 Gail is also pictured with Daniel Lane and Rotarian Martin Houchin. 

Kate Kirwin is shown with Bev Moffatt and Gail

PP Neil Chivers from the RC Morley
 made a very interesting and informative presentation
 on Renewable energy in WA 
at the meeting of the RC Freshwater Bay
Also attending the meeting was our new AG PP Jeremy Wood. 
Always welcome at the Club Jeremy!

Santa Larry

Where else would the President rather be on her birthday
 but serving (sausages) in the community!

Our Inbound students were farewelled at a luncheon by host families,
 friends and Rotarians prior to their departure.
 Each student was presented with a Certificate of Achievement and Appreciation
 by District Governor Charles Johnson,
 signifying the successful completion of their Rotary Youth Exchange year.

Host families and members of the Rotary Club of Subiaco welcome Felicia from Sweden 

President Ralph Sirmulis presents to Gil a gift from the Joondalup Rotary club
. Hopefully it was small enough to fit in the bag.

Gil with Placement Officer David and Joondalup Rotary member Eliza.

 welcome to Johanna from Sweden
, our first new inbound, who is going to be hosted
 by the Rotary Club of Willetton.
Enjoy settling into our Aussie way of life.

Club and District Promotions



Support Australian Rotary Health

The  Bledisloe Cup Rugby Union Test Match between 
the Wallabies and the New Zealand All Blacks
 will be played at Optus Stadium on Saturday 10 August 2019.

For the Rotary Club of Perth\City East  this was a perfect opportunity
 to host the Wallabies coach, Michael Cheika at breakfast,
 and you are invited to come along and be part of Michael's 
very special Q&A format with renowned sports commentator,
  Trevor Jenkins, as Master of Ceremonies. 

This is a unique opportunity not to be missed
 and Australian Rotary Health will receive a major portion 
of the proceeds for much needed research into all aspects of mental health.  

The venue is the Hyatt Hotel on the 7 August 2019
 – 7.00am for a 7.15am start – finishing at 8.30am.
 The cost is $ 85 for Rotarians and $ 95 for everyone else.

If you can attend we'll be delighted and 
we encourage you to register early. 

To book Click here.

are hosting a new shining light in the social calendar. 
The inaugural 𝙇𝙪𝙢𝙞𝙚̀𝙧𝙚 𝙂𝙖𝙡𝙖 
- a night of elegance, entertainment and inspiration in support 
of the life-saving work of Australian Rotary Healthand Lifeline WA.

This is the beautiful building where we will be holding our Lumiere Gala evening.
 Lets all get on board and make this an evening to remember for

Rotary Playmeet with Purpose

Wild West Bike Ride
August 24--25






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