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27th - 31st May 2023
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Early Bird Registrations available from 4th - 8th June (US time)
The registration link should be available on this page.
Click here for further information about the event and here for registration fees (in US$)
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Clubs sharing fellowship and an
interesting speaker
The Rotary Club of Subiaco came together with guests from the Rotary Club of North Perth, Rotary Club of Cambridge, Rotary Club of Dalkeith and Rotaract Club of Subiaco to hear Cameron Bancroft give moving insights into professional cricket. Following the presentation, we had a beautiful evening of fellowship and a nice dinner at the
Subiaco Hotel. 
RC Scarborough Youth Night
Pres Rotary Scarborough, Alex Hickman               Rotex President Connor Ovens, with Rotary Exchange student
Recipients of the Stan Perron Award speaking       Alyssa Whalan speaking about her youth
on what it has meant to them                              exchange experiences in Denmark.
On Thursday, 26 May the Rotary Club of Scarborough held its Youth Night at the Western Australian Golf Club in Yokine. Having been cancelled in 2020 and 2021 due to Covid restrictions, it was wonderful for the club to be able to showcase the various youth programs it sponsors, including Rotary Youth Leadership Awards and Youth Exchange as well as receiving reports from four past recipients of the Stan Perron Award at Carine and Churchlands Senior High Schools. 
The speakers, including the MC, Madi Smith, were outstanding and attendees were able to appreciate and be inspired by what they have gained from taking part in the programs and receiving the awards. Attendees also received updates on the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards from Tania Johanssen and Youth Exchange from Norman de Grussa as well as a presentation from members of Rotex about their organisation and experiences from participation in youth exchange.
The event provided an excellent example of the success of District 9455’s School Link Program, facilitating beneficial links between Rotary clubs and high schools to enable participation in Rotary youth programs.
District Secretary Yvonne Hart’s feedback reflected the night’s success:
It was an impressive evening because the event was run by young people and was a clear message showcasing how active Rotary Scarborough is with Youth in the area. I sat with two young people from Rotex as well as a teacher from Carine SHS so for me it was a great opportunity to meet new people who I normally would not have the opportunity to spend time with. The food was excellent so compliments to the WA Golf Club Chef.
Keep up the great youth work at Scarborough.
Science and Engineering
Volunteer Request
Creating a hovercraft, constructing an earthquake proof tower, or building a bionic hand are among the challenges hundreds of Year 10 and Year 5/6 students will be trying their hands at in the upcoming Science and Engineering Challenge & Discovery Days.
The Challenge and Discovery Days are run by The University of Newcastle and Rotary Clubs around Australia, and has proved highly successful in inspiring students who are making subject selections to consider a future career in Science and Engineering.
You do not need a STEM background, just enthusiasm! In a team of 2/3 people you will facilitate one hands-on STEM activity for up to 32 year 5/6 students as per the instruction sheet provided when you volunteer. You will brief the students of the aims and rules by reading from the activity checklist provided.
The Rotary Club of Dalkeith co-ordinates the Perth Challenge event and they need enthusiastic volunteers to assist.
From Monday 20th June to Friday 24th June 2022, 1400 Year 10 Students from 40 schools across Perth will be competing in this fun week-long event at the Claremont Showgrounds which is all about encouraging students to build their futures in Science and Engineering.
Volunteers can choose       -      A day session                   8.15am to 2.30pm;
                                             -      Morning session               8.15am to 11.30am; or
                                             -      Afternoon session            11.30am to 2.30pm
Please register your interest by providing your email address and preference of day and session you would like.  
Your contact is Michael Bisset                       E:
The Rotary Club of Bunbury Leschenault co-ordinates the Perth Discovery event and they need enthusiastic volunteers to assist.
From Monday 27th June to Tuesday 28th June 2022, 512 Year 5/6 Students from 16 schools across Perth will be competing in this two day event at the Claremont Showgrounds which is all about encouraging students to build their futures in Science and Engineering.
  • Volunteers are required each day from 8.15am to 2.30pm (free morning tea & lunch provided).
Please register your interest by providing your email address and preference of day you would like.
Your contact is Lynda Vandersteen     P: 0897 223 544,        E:
Jeff Leach and Matthew Pham are participating in this year's Vinnies CEO Sleepout on Thursday evening, 23rd June at Optus Stadium. This will be Matthew's 6th time doing the event whilst it'll be the 11th occasion for Jeff.
They are looking to raise money and awareness for the homeless people in Australia. Currently there are over 116,000 Australians who are homeless, of which over 9,000 are in Western Australia. They're sleeping out in the cold in hopes that others don't have to and to break the cycle of homelessness. 
For one night only, travel to the ENCHANTED FOREST
for a night full of magic. 
✨🍄✨🍄✨🍄 Join the Rotaract Club of Perth in our efforts to raise money for the Centre for Asylum seekers, Refugees and Detainees (CARAD). Tickets include a main meal, dessert, and bottomless beer, wine and soft drinks! 🍻🥂
DETAILS: When: Saturday, 19th November 2022 Where: Parmelia Hilton Perth, 14 Mill St, Perth WA 6000 Time: 6:30PM – 11:30PM TICKETS: Early bird: $135 Regular: $160 Table of 10: $1250 ($125 each) Tickets are NOW ON SALE, get in quick for access to the special early bird price. Don’t delay as tickets may just disappear right before your very eyes.
**This is a strictly 18+ event, please remember to drink responsibly. Valid ID will be required to enter the venue**
Rotary Means Business Presents
Join us on June 7th when Small Business Development Corporation CEO and Commissioner, David Eaton, will launch the SBDC/RMBWA partnership program, designed to deliver free, relevant business training modules to RMBWA members. As SBDC CEO and Commissioner, David is responsible for the broad range of services delivered by the SBDC including its dispute resolution and mediation service. The Commissioner also conducts investigations into corporate and business practices which hinder small business and economic growth; and provides advice on policy and regulatory matters impacting on the small business sector to all tiers of government and in particular, to the Western Australian Minister for Small Business.  David is the longest serving Small Business Commissioner in Australia and has extensive business management experience, both as a small business owner and in senior corporate positions in Western Australia and Victoria. Rotary Means Business WA is a fellowship of Rotary International. It is a vibrant, valuable and productive business Fellowship that enhances B2B and B2C commerce between and for Rotarians in business, and also provides an avenue to strategically scale up their good works.  Its ethos is based on the principles of the Rotary Four Way Test which talks about honesty, fairness, friendship and benefit to all concerned. In these fast changing times for business, RMB with David Eaton is a night not to be missed. Get your ticket here:
Rotary Elizabeth Quay invites members, guests and friends to our guest speaker events:
'Modern Day Masculinity' on Tuesday evening, 7th June.
Our world has changed dramatically in recent years and in many ways it has accelerated societal shifts. In this special event, we will be joined by John Worsfold, a 2 time Premiership Captain who has coached both Essendon Football Club and the West Coast Eagles Football Club. John will be the keynote speaker and share his personal leadership journey and insights in what it means to be a good man in a world of change. A panel discussion will follow the topics of leadership, mental health, masculinity both on and off the field. 90% of ticket proceeds will go towards MAN UP WA and their leadership team will be present on the night to participate in the informal networking activities and continue to facilitate the conversation about how these insights relate to each of us.
$20 ticket for Rotarians. Discount code required. $35 ticket for Rotarian's friends and family. Discount code required. $45 ticket for Non Member For the discount code please contact Nick at Purchase your ticket via the link: Your ticket includes entry, finger food, drinks and networking with like-minded friends! 
The Rotary Club of Southern Districts is  conducting a zoom meeting with
the Foundation President of the Rotary Club of Kyiv  Ukraine Oksana Tjupa

Tuesday June 7 - 6 for 6.30 pm
at the Gosnell’s Golf Club Warton Road Canning Vale
Click here or on the image below to book.