Newsletter for the Rotary Club of Western Endeavour - Issue No.: 809 Issue Date: 3 Jun, 2018

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Rotary Zone Meetings Clubs Working Together

The Rotary Club of Western Endeavour is in Rotary District 9455, which is the largest in area in the world. District 9455 covers nearly all of the State of Western Australia that is 2.9 million square kilometres.The District has just over 50 Clubs from Perth to the far north of Western Australia.

The Rotary Club of Western Endeavour is located in Zone 1 of District 9455 consisting of the following Clubs:

  1. RC Bay View Claremont
  2. RC Crawley
  3. RC Dalkeith
  4. RC Elizabeth Quay
  5. RC Matilda Bay
  6. RC Mosman Park-Cottesloe
  7. RC Nedlands
  8. RC West Perth
  9. RC Western Endeavour

For the past two years Michele Alexander (Assistant Governor) and Judy Dinnison (Assistant Governor) have held Zone1  Meetings every 3 months at the Mosman Park Men's Shed hosted by the RC Mosman Park-Cottesloe.

The Zone Meetings allow Clubs to discuss what projects they are doing and whether other Clubs can assist in these projects. This is especially so if Clubs are taking on large projects that require significant funding or people power. Attending Meetings also generates enthusiasm when you see what other Clubs are doing to help people in need and the environment.

The major project for each Club is: Bay View Claremont - Raising funds for melanoma research; Crawley - Homelessness in Perth; Dalkeith - raised $110,000 for a range of charities including new bus for the Bali Eye Clinic; Elizabeth Quay - working with the St Vincent De Paul Centre and homeless people; Matilda Bay - Rotary Cord Blood Bank; Mosman Park-Cottesloe - Russell Brown Adventure Park in Mosman Park; Nedlands - All Abilities Play Space; West Perth - Medical Equipment Recycling Committee; Western Endeavour - Balga Senior High School support and FASD with RC Osborne Park.

Rotary does so many projects about helping those in need at a local, national and international level. Many people and communities benefit from Rotary's support.

Finally I wish to thank Michele and Judy (photograph above) for their encouragement, dedication to Rotary and making a difference for so many people. In the next Rotary Year, starting in July, Judy will become the Secretary for District 9455, working with the incoming District Governor Charles Johnson from the RC of Matilda Bay. Also we wish to take this opportunity to thank District Governor Lindsay Dry for his massive effort during 2017/18.

Laurie Glossop

President

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Meeting Rosters
Date
Host
Thanks & Cleanup
3 minute bio
Setup
Writer
05 Jun, 18
Judy Dinnison
 
Rohan Nagappa
Laurie Dender
Barrie Heald
12 Jun, 18
Peter Batskos
John Boxall
Tony Parker
Judy Dinnison
Rohan Nagappa
19 Jun, 18
Tony Parker
 
Jane O'Leary
Bruce Dufty
Tony Parker
24 Jun, 18
Judy Dinnison
 
 
 
Geoff Ross
01 Jul, 18
Tony Parker
 
 
 
Vicky Rowe
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