Tuesday 2 November 2021
at the Lesmurdie Club
tip at $2/horse (you will be drawing the name & number of the horse out of the hat)
We will be discussing the plan for the concert,
what needs to be done on the day by whom
Director's update
Please transfer your funds for the meals or your attendance ($25/$5) by Sunday night into our Members accounts. If you require account details please contact our treasurer.
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Welcome - Robyn Thomas
Set up & Clean up - Martin Farr
Melbourne Coup Sweep - Franziska Forrer
Wheelchair for Kids
The Rotary Club of Scarborough has realised in the mid 90's that millions of children with disabilities can't get access to adequate wheelchairs and that this is impacting profoundly on these kids quality of life.
in 1998 the club started production of this specially designed wheelchair that is suitable for unsealed areas and adjustable in size to accommodate a growing child.
On the 23rd of August this year they produced their 50,000th wheelchair, and accomplishment to be truly proud of.
click here to RSVP by Tuesday the 9th of November
If you would like to know more about the project and possibly want to make a donation
Meeting Notes from 19 October 2021
We had 10 members present as well as Sheryl’s guest Kim and guest speakers Di and Em.
Some items of Club business:
  • Bunnings Sausage Sizzle last Saturday went very well.  Over 900 sausages sold and around $1,600 profit.  Well done everyone.
  • ABBA/Beatles coming up on 20 November.
  • Wheelchairs for Kids visit Saturday 13 November.  Note that the wheelchairs cost $200.  Please let Rob Lyons know if you are going.
  • Foodbank Drive early December.

Di Owens and Em – Building Life Skills
Di is the Director and Em is the vice chair.  Both ladies donate their time.  They are changing the disability industry.
They have come to 8 markets and have made over $10 000 selling things like heat bags and planter boxes that have been made by participants.  The goal is to build a sustainable place for people with a disability to live in Kalamunda.  These are people who are trying to live independently – they just need support for this to happen.
Presentation included videos of participants which were inspiring, and which we have a copy of.  A wonderful evening.
For more information visit their website:
Twilight Concert
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