Bulletin 22nd August 2023
 Duties Roster for Meeting of 8th August 2023 at Lesmurdie Club
 Greet Members and Guests: Liz Fowler
 Setup: Bill Hardman, Sheryl Jury, Jonathan Weir
 Pack Up:  Bill Hardman, Krys Kerr
 Raffle: Liz Fowler
Executives & Directors
Acting President
Immediate Past President
Club Service
Youth Services
Membership Development
Public Relations
Market Manager
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Upcoming Events
Club Meeting Guest Speaker
Jun 25, 2024 6:30 PM
Kalamunda Artisan Market
Kalamunda Central
Jul 06, 2024
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Changeover Evening
Kalamunda Hotel
Jul 11, 2024 6:30 PM
Club Meeting - Speaker Night
Lesmurdie Club
Jul 23, 2024
6:45 PM - 8:30 PM
Kalamunda Artisan Market
Kalamunda Central
Aug 03, 2024
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM
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Last Meeting 8th August
Our speaker was Erin Hegarty who spoke on the Mamarespond project in Kenya which is a school for disabled children under construction, Erin has been supported by several Rotary Districts and the local Club in Kenya. Some help is needed for the cost of transporting two containers of wheelchairs for kids from the port to the school location. Board to  consider
Next Meeting 22nd August.
Meeting is at Lesmurdie Club at 6.00 for 6.30pm.
Speaker will be new exchange student Lisa Brauer introducing herself to the Club and telling us about her background and Family. Partners are invited to this opportunity to meet and get to know Lisa. 
Her contact details are email She does not have a phone at this stage. Her host parents are Robyn and Stuart Spencer at 9 Nangita Way Kalamunda. Robyn's phone is 0437809957. Anybody inviting her must comply with District rules and have a Working with Children card lodged with Jonathan.
The August market was very successful with most stall spaces occupied and a good public attendance, Stall holders said they had a very good day.
We are working on additional stall spaces at the South end of the Mall and will have a new layout map for the September market
Did you Know
A Chefs hat has 100 pleats to represent the 100 ways to cook an egg.
60 percent of human brain matter is made of fat. 
Most wasabi you eat with your sushi is not wasabi but white horse radish and mustard
The Rotary Club of Kalamunda and its members acknowledge the traditional owners of the land we meet on, the Whadjuk peoples of the Noongar Nations and we pay our respect to their leaders, past, present and emerging.