District 9455 Info Update
 
Submissions for the Weekly Update must be
received by 12 noon the day before publication or they may not be included.
Please provide flyers in jpeg or png format
 
Email address for submissions: dgexecassist@rotarywa9455.org
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Now that you've heard about transition to one district, have you registered to hear about REGIONALISATION?
 
Register here
Zoom meeting link here
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Did you know that the majority of Rotarians join Rotary because a Rotarian invited them? 
 
Join DG Ineke and her team as we explore how you can share your unique Rotary story without getting tongue-tied or leaving out the invitation bit!
 
This will be an enjoyable afternoon where we will learn from each other as well as from others who do this very well. Come along if you have something to learn, something to share or a mix of the two!
 
It is all on Zoom, to ensure you can attend in the comfort of your own home and be ‘covid-safe’.  You are also welcome to get together with others and join in as a group. We will be finishing with a BYO sundowner. 
 
This is the first of our Adventure series this year. We are very excited to get started! See you there!
 
3:00pm - 6:00pm Sunday 28 August 2022
 
 
Here is the link for the session, copy it to your calendar once you have registered:
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The McCusker Centre for Citizenship at the University of Western Australia, in partnership with the Rotary Club of Perth, invite you to attend the 2022 Sir Wallace Kyle Oration.
 
Date: Wednesday, 24 August 2022
Time: 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm (AWST)
Location: University Club Auditorium, Hackett Drive, Crawley
 
The Sir Wallace Kyle Oration is given by distinguished citizens and leaders who have made outstanding contributions to the community. The theme of the Oration is "Service Above Self", the motto of Rotary.
 
This year, the Oration will be delivered by June Oscar AO, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner.
 
June Oscar AO is a proud Bunuba woman from the remote town of Fitzroy Crossing in Western Australia’s Kimberley region. She is a strong advocate for Indigenous Australian languages, social justice, women’s issues, and has worked tirelessly to reduce Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).
This is a free public event. Registration is required.
 
Please advise if you have any access or support requirements when registering. Please note, the venue is wheelchair accessible.
 
We look forward to you attending this Oration.
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Comedy for Charity. DON’T MISS OUT on this comedy event. Bookings now open http://www.attadalerotary.com/comedy-for-charity.html

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Year 10 District Final 13 August - Click here
 
Year 6 District Final 29 August - Click here
 
Year 10 State Final 8 September - Click here
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Help us to raise funds to provide clean, potable drinking water for over
100 orphaned school children in Ndola, Zambia.

We have 30 tables of 8 available for $160 per table.
 
Join us for your chance to win a great collection of prizes including exclusive jewellery from Matusik Diamond Jewellers in Mt Lawley, a 3-night stay in Dunsborough, and a Deep Buttoned Velvet Ottoman. 8 rounds that will test your knowledge of all sorts of subjects, plus table quizzes and other fun games throughout the night. Book your table today to avoid disappointment at https://tinyurl.com/yvps55b.
 
We are also looking for prize donations, so if you have something you can offer, please contact Chetan Hegde at chetan@mckenzieschemist.com.au.
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The Rotary Club of Ballajura-Malaga is holding its
Annual Ballajura Community Fair on Sunday 14th August 2022.
The Fair is designed to give enjoyment to the whole family with multicultural displays, dancing, clowns, fair ground activities, craft, food and novelty stalls,
and more.
Admission to the fair is by gold coin donation, and proceeds made by the Rotary Club though entry and the sale of bays will go towards community projects.
Non-stop entertainment including local school bands, choirs, dance troupes, gymnasts, martial art displays, a talent show and much more plus a large number of craft and food stalls are expected to attract a large crowd on the day.
Venue: Ballajura Community College Oval
Corner of Illawarra Cres & Cassowary Drv
Ballajura W.A.
Times: 10am to 3.30pm
Contact: Robert 0417 988 125
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