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Rotary Sail into Life Peel season is due to start again on 17th October.

Bringing the fun and freedom of sailing for people of all ages and abilities

 who would not otherwise have opportunity to enjoy sailing.

Access dinghies are especially designed small sailing boats of all abilities.

Sail into Life is also wheelchair accessible.


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Rotary Sail into Life Peel

Commencing: First sail day

 Sunday 17 October 2021

Venue: Mandurah Offshore Fishing and Sailing Club, 

115 Breakwater Parade, Mandurah Marina

Bookings and Questions: Contact Beth

 on 0412 342 291 (voice or text)























What an overwhelming first day of ticket sales. 

60 tickets went on day one.

Thank you to everyone who has purchased a ticket already...

 we have had some great feedback on how easy it is to purchase these tickets

, so anyone in Australia can buy and be in the running for a share of $25,000.

"Woohoo! Was super easy team! Just followed the prompts

 and BAM I now own 2 winning tickets!"

 Cass - Kalgoorlie.

"This is fabulous and so easy" 

Jodi - Kalgoorlie.

"How easy was that, click on the link and done in 30 seconds. 

Now I'm in the running for $20,000, thank you, and good luck" Emma - Perth.

Get yours today















This is one of the main reasons we have decided to focus

 our research on the under 12 age group.

You can help us fund this important research by donating today

https://buff.ly/2w9iEPc

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Enjoy a fabulous Sun downer at the MAAC:

 The Rotary Club of Karrinyup enjoys some fabulous sunsets 

at the Marmion Angling and Aquatic Club (MAAC)

. As a long standing supporter of Polio Plus,

 we have dedicated a Sun downer event to our fundraising

 for End Polio Now

Numbers are limited so book early to ensure you don’t miss out.

 Be sure to share this wonderful opportunity with family and friends.

 




































































A wonderful night was enjoyed by both the Rotarian's and Apex members.

 The night started with a delicious smorgasbord of food prepared by Tab from Apex.

 The MC for the night, Collin Fowler, introduced both sides and entertained us

 with witty conversations throughout the night

. Soon enough the debates began,

 with some interesting and, at times funny quips from both sides.

 The 3 adjudicators quietly went about their job, scoring each debater

. Michael presented the final decision to a hushed room of supporters.

 Unfortunately, Apex had won by 11 points.

The Rotarians would like to thank the Apex club for their hospitality

 and once again, congratulate them on their win.

 

















Rotary social evening at Lynne and Brian Warrens’

. Brian and Lynne supplied delicious Weber cooked roasts.

 Members brought a plate. A fabulous evening shared.

 THANK YOU both.





























Samantha Fewster shares her amazing Rotaract journey ... with host John Stockbridge







Some of our passionate members got the opportunity to assess the 

2022 National Youth Science Forum applicants on their teamwork skills today

! The lead up to this event involved creating the activity, 

while finding an activity that could assess a wide number of skills 

and then sourcing the materials needed to make the activity as enjoyable as possible.

We assessed 17 year 11 students from the south district,

 and we observed their team work as it's such a big part of STEM careers.

One of our members, Jess, is a 2021 NYSF alumni and she loved being

 on the other side of the table, assessing students who are passionate as her in science

 










Did you know that there’s only around 400 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander doctors in Australia?

 That’s fewer than 0.5% of our doctors. 

The Australian Rotary Indigenous Health Scholarship

 aims to combat this by supporting Indigenous Australians

 as they study medicine, nursing and allied health.

We were joined this week by some of our lovely Rotarians 

and got to celebrate together our clubs $500 donation to support this program 

 
























💛💙Another great night with all 3 Rotary Clubs getting together 💙💛

a unifying night that celebrates each club's unique qualities and members

 while enjoying fellowship with like minded people 💛💙

Rotary Club of Geraldton-Greenough Rotary Club of Geraldton




















MORE DONATIONS FOR

CARAD-Centre for Asylum Seekers, Refugees and Detainees Inc!

 Big thanks to our Rotary friend Matt who kindly

 allowed us to fill a trolley of donations at his

Midland Supa IGA 

store today!

Don't forget, the CARAD foodbank is always accepting donations to fill their pantry

 and they update their website with the items that are currently needed most

 Please consider making a donation!

Why not drop into Midland Supa IGA

and purchase something, as a thank you for their generosity? 

The Pham IGA Group are generous supporters of many local causes.

 













Thanks to the Rotary Club of Canning for putting on Comedy for a Cause, 

it was a fun night and the comedians were great.

 







It's been a busy couple of weeks

, thanks to Michael for taking all the awesome photos

. Two weeks ago, was the Lord Mayor Basil Zempilas and

 then Kym McCormack the architect for RSLWA Anzac House

 




































Another vibrant and interesting meeting 🙂

welcoming the Bunbury Multicultural Group, and representative committee members

 Shamara Williams, Susanne Becker-Hamersley Jo Castro

 and Amol Agrawal and his wife Rakshita.

 










Thank you to everyone who volunteered last Saturday at our Bunnings sausage sizzle.

 The crowds kept coming and it was an outstanding effort by all.

 Special thanks to Lillian, John G, Ray and all the

 Interact students from Mt Lawley Senior High School.

 Well done everyone.

#RotaryMtLawley































Fellowship at Bravos in East Vic Park.

 Lovely to see partners at this dinner














































































































































































































































































































































































































































































 

 

Rotary Club of Fremantle

September 26  1928  [93]

 

Rotary Club of Katanning

September 26  1957  [ 64]

 

Rotary Club of Moora

September 26  1957  [64]

 

Rotary Club of Kununurra

September 26  1986  [35]

 

Rotary Club of Geraldton

October 2  1950   [71]

 

Rotary Club of Wyalkatchem

October 7  1969  [52]

 

Rotary Club of Geraldton Greenough

October 17  1986  [35]

 

Rotary Club of Broome

October 18  2000  [21]

 

Rotary Club of Batavia Coast

October 21, 1969 [52]

 

Rotary Club of Wagin

October 24, 1958 [63]

 

Rotary Club of Busselton Geographe Bay

October 27, 1956  [65]

 

Rotary Club of Morley

October 28  1964 [57]

 

Rotary Club of Narrogin

October 29  1948  [73]

 

Rotary Club of Boulder

October 30  1961 [60]

 

 

 







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Sunset in Kununurra