CLUB BULLETIN - 9th July 2018
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Service Above Self
Every Friday - Check Speaker Diary for times
Parmelia Hilton Hotel
14 Mill St.
Perth, WA  6000
Australia
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(08) 9321 4356
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Jul 26, 2019 12:30 PM
Leeuwin Ocean Adventure – Building Social Capital for Over 30 Years
Leeuwin Ocean Adventure – Building Social Capital for Over 30 Years

A voyage on the tall ship Leeuwin, like life itself, is a great adventure. It provides an exhilarating hands-on experience while building life-skills, leadership and teamwork. For over 30 years, Leeuwin Ocean Adventure has provided young people from across Western Australia and beyond with an opportunity to build psychological skills – self-confidence, self-esteem and teamwork) and sociological skills (acceptance and co-operations of others). These skills contribute to the social capital and civic functioning of Western Australia.

Carol first sailed on Leeuwin in 1989 – sponsored by her employer Challenge Bank as part of a leadership development program. Carol saw the extraordinary impact of a week at sea on her fellow voyage-trainees and resolved that this was an organisation she wanted to be part of – no sailor then and no sailor now – Leeuwin Ocean Adventure for Carol is about the impact on young people and Leeuwin’s capacity to give young people the skills to make good choices in life to enable them to be better citizens.

PERTH ROTARY Lunch Meeting @ the Hilton 26th July 2019

When: On Friday 26th July 2019

Location: Parmelia Hilton Hotel 14 Mill Street, Perth, WA

Time: 12:30 for 12:45 start - 2:00pm Two course meal, with cash bar

Cost: $45.00 per person

Bookings essential to: info@rotaryperth.org.au by COB Tuesday 23rd July 2019

Aug 02, 2019 12:30 PM
Telethon
Aug 09, 2019 7:30 AM
Why and how to promote a new regenerative business model in the Wheatbelt
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Upcoming Events
Annual Family Bonfire Night - Sat 3rd August
Jeff's Farm
Aug 03, 2019
4:00 PM – 11:59 PM
 
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Download Files
Rotary Club of Perth Bulletin 514 - 12th June 2018
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Dick Cook
July 3
 
Ioan Tat
July 11
 
Alta Terblanche
July 18
 
Kirstin Reed
July 18
 
Jeff Leach
July 22
 
Douglas Bellworthy
July 27
 
Join Date
Bill Charlton
July 1, 1993
26 years
 
Darren Lomman
July 1, 2018
1 year
 
Douglas Bellworthy
July 1, 2001
18 years
 
Brendan Watson
July 3, 2015
4 years
 
Jacques Phillips
July 5, 2013
6 years
 
Barry Thornton
July 6, 2012
7 years
 
Dom Carrington
July 14, 2017
2 years
 
Michele Roget
July 15, 2016
3 years
 
Jo Morris
July 20, 2018
1 year
 
Stories
Wesley's Blog - 30th October
ROTARY OF PERTH PRESIDENT UPDATE - 30TH OCTOBER 2018
It has been a very busy week. We started the week off in a crowded room of about 300 to publicly recognise an exemplary Rotarian, Stan Perron, for his contribution to the community. That same evening, our club was represented by several members supporting our student from Mercedes College, Ellen van Beek, in the 4-Way Speaking Competition. On Thursday evening, we were privileged to hear an update from Katie Liew on The Image may contain: 1 person, indoorUnderground Collaborative and join with Rotary of Crawley to present her the $10,000 grant to continue in her project to help break the cycle of homelessness. On Friday evening, several Rotarians celebrated with our corporate member HHG at their fund-raiser which handed over $23,000 for Fresh Start to continue in their efforts to help people break free from their addictions. Ironically, this is the first event I’ve attended that addresses the issue of addition (including alcohol abuse) that did not provide free alcohol! I believe everyone responsible for that evening at HHG should get a pat on their backs for showing congruence in their intentions and actions.
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Wesley's Blog - 16th October
ROTARY OF PERTH PRESIDENT UPDATE - 16TH OCTOBER 2018
Friday’s lunch with West Coast Eagles’ Ross Glendinning was probably one of the most entertaining presentations we’ve had. Ross introduced us to the thinking and values behind the team that brought home the flag in the most relaxed and entertaining manner that brought out plenty of laughter in a packed room of over 80 Rotarians and friends. With a combination of the “friends, family, flags” theme and “head, heart and gut” mantra, the message I received from the Eagles win was that while motivation must come from the inside of each one of us, working for something greater than self makes it sustainable.
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