60th Anniversary Celebrations will be held on the 25th June
Bernard, Krys and Dan have contacted past Rotarians and Rotaracters to advise of the date and awaiting replies.
Special Guests have accepted:  Diana Rosman from the Observatory and DGE Ineke.
Rotarians are  asked to send any photos of past events to Dan in preparation for slide show of our History.
Observatory Visit 31st May:
Max number 40. Direct link to purchase tickets from trybooking $15 will be in our next Bulletin but you can enter Observatory visit on the trybooking site and this will take you to the ticket purchase.
Franziska suggested we could meet for early dinner at Kalamunda Hotel 5.30pm and carpool from there to Observatory.
Clubrunner Training 17th May
Meet at Kalamunda Hotel where there is WiFi availability and Franziska will run the training session.
Possible Project on old Retravision Site
Dan reported he had early discussions with Marilyn from the City of Kalamunda to put together some ideas fro its future use. 
History of Anzac and WW2 involvement of the Mullan family.
John gave a fascinating account mainly about his Grandfathers involvement culminating in a book which outlines daily diary of events .
He started his presentation by saying his brother served in Vietnam for 8 months and returned .His Uncle however was killed by Japanese in New Guinea after having served in the Middle East at Tobruk and El Alamein.
John's grandfather served in both World Wars and received a number of commemorative medals. He oversaw the surrender of the Japanese and was given a Sword from a Japanese Officer. The sword and other souvenirs from WW1 is still in the family and we were privileged to see them including the Sword, Drinks bottle, Food box of rations.
He read a number of extracts from his Grandfathers diary book which gave us an insight into events and thoughts of both Wars.
To thank John, Franziska presented him with an illustrated book The Tin Horse Highway which is based in the area of Kulin, John's home town.