Upcoming Events
Change Over Night
Lesmurdie Club
Jul 18, 2020
6:30 PM – 10:30 PM
Perth Observatory Visit
Perth Observatory
Jul 28, 2020
6:45 PM – 10:00 PM
Kalamunda Artisan Markets - August
Kalamunda - Central Mall and Town Square
Aug 01, 2020
8:30 AM – 2:00 PM
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Next Club Meeting
14th of July 2020
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Welcome - Jonathan Weir
1st Steward - Dee Buckland
2nd Steward - Martin Farr
Raffle - Franziska Forrer
Upcoming Speaker
Jul 14, 2020 6:45 PM
Presentation of last year's projects
Aug 11, 2020 6:45 PM
Australian Rotary Health Indegenous Scholar
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Club Information - NEW LOCATION!!
We meet Tuesdays at 6:45 PM
Lesmurdie Club
Lawnbrook Rd W &, Boronia Rd
Walliston, WA 6076
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Meeting of the 30th of June
President Brian welcomed everyone and was glad to be back. He congratulated the Chef on the delicious Roast and said it was great to be back with a face to face meeting at the new  venue, the Lesmurdie Club. He thanked Paul, Franziska and Kaye on looking after the meetings and congratulated Kaye on her nomination as President. He informed members that they could sign up to the Virtual R I Conference which would be available until mid July.
He was looking forward to having the Artisan Markets back on Saturday. He also mentioned that our Rotaracters suggested a Project which involved doing up our Rotary signs with funding from our Club.
President Elect Kaye updated the Club on this months Market. Great response from Facebook once the actual confirmation of the event was posted and said that a new Instagram page is being developed.  All local shops are delighted the Markets are happening. COVID 19 restrictions still apply--2m rule so only 2/3 of Stalls will be operating.  In our Marquee 2m rule also applies.
The attending members agreed to continue having the meetings at the Lesmurdie Club and also as the venue for this year's Change over. It was agreed to do a "Chef's Choice" Dinner that will cost the members $25.00. A fee of $5 is being charged for members that are attending, but are not eating.
It was discussed that only selected speakers will be invited that are directly associated with a project. After further discussion, it was agreed that maybe once every 3 months a guest speaker that will do a show and tell, or is teaching something will be invited. The members also liked the idea of having a Zoom Meeting once every 2 months, giving us access from a wider National and International field. Topics for presentations could be varied and involving local Communities eg SES, Local History etc. not necessarily with Rotary connections. Kaye asked for members to come up with ideas for speakers.
Proposed new Board Structure was outlined (Board structure was published in last bulletin)
President Brian informed members he was doing Dry July and monies raised would go to Cancer Research.
Upcoming Meetings & Events:
14th of July - Current Board Members will present the projects that we have been supporting last year, and a discussion will be held on future projects
18th of July - Change Over night - please send in your RSVP if you have not done so - click here to do so
21st of July - Meeting is Cancelled
28th of July - Observatory Visit:  Details are : 
Arrival 6.30  for 7pm. It is a Partners Night. Rotaracters have been invited.
Cost is $15 to cover Pizza, payable direct to the Club's Account. (email will be sent at later date)
Aboriginal story teller, Quentin Tucker will be giving us an insight into Star related stories around a campfire while sitting in the Worl Wangkiny section of the                                  Observatory.
Final numbers and payment by Friday 24th July.
DG John Bilson and partner Michelle are attending.

Youth Exchange News
Good morning,
I hope you are all doing well and your families are safe and healthy.
Here is my June report:
It is confirmed that no new inbounds are coming in for the next season.
My best exchange friend has finally gone home safely. I miss her. but I'm now focusing on getting closer with other friends.

I've been getting out more lately. Went with some of the exchanges left here (lovingly nicknamed the 'leftovers')  to a nearby theme park called Phantasialand. It was really fun and something we all needed.
My 3rd host sister finally came home from an exchange to Chile today and I'm looking forward to getting to know her.
School holidays started this weekend, so I have 6 weeks of free time. I'm planning to spend more time with my host families, school friends, exchange friends (before they leave next month) and my family in Bonn.
I've been going to the gym lately and its been nice to let off some steam and feel like I have some control in my life again haha

Did you know...
The Centenary of Rotary in Australia and New Zealand,
will be celebrated on April 21, 2021.
How ?
The R100 Baton Relay is an event across Australia & New Zealand to celebrate 100 years of Rotary working in our communities. The relay will run throughout Australia, State by State, District by District, Club by Club.
Our vision is to have every Club participate and involve their communities….. HOW WILL OUR CLUB PARTICIPATE ?............ Plan an event – a dinner, fund raiser, walk thru town, a fun run –
  • showcase Rotary in our community.
Our R100 ribbons represent the Rotary road we travel, our runners tell the story of diversity and inclusion, our Baton is filled with the energy of Rotarians around the countries lighting up our communities with “service above self”.

Dry July 2020
Our President Brian is raising funds for cancer research by participating 'Dry July'.
Brian was a carer for his mother for just under four years, when she had three different forms of cancer, and he was able to keep her in her unit, with the help of Silver Chain Hospice until she passed.
Please support Brian with a donation - click here and follow the prompts to do so.

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Paul Moro
July 29
Val Farr
July 29
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