District 9455 Info Update
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Greetings to all Rotarians and friends in District 9455,
Our District voted with a resounding ‘yes’ to the Regionalisation Pilot Project. Our thanks to the Assistant Governors and Club Presidents for your diligence in making this vote happen. We now need to wait to see what will come next but rest assured, the focus is on improving our current practices – working smarter, not harder!
Covid is still affecting us in one way or another, I finally succumbed the virus and as I write this, we are almost at the end of Geoff’s isolation as he tested positive just as I was finishing my term. We have been more fortunate than most, our symptoms appear to be abating quickly, our thoughts and best wishes to those of you who are still suffering.
The consequences have unfortunately been that yet again some of the DG visits have had to be re-scheduled, thank you for your patience.
As you will hopefully recall, we are focussing on Public Image this year, how is that going for you personally and in your club? Congratulations on reading this newsletter, please take the time to consider the challenges below and to share them with your club. Feel free to let me know of your experiences!
Our next Adventure is in marketing and will be on Friday 11th November, again on zoom so everyone can participate. We are liaising with experts in the field and if you would like to be part of that team, please let me know. Registration details will come out closer to the time.
Your challenge, should you choose to accept it ……
This month’s challenge … to wear your Rotary pin when out and about. Your pin might prompt an enquiry or comment from someone, giving you the opportunity to share why you are in Rotary and invite them to a Rotary event. It need not be a club meeting, but perhaps one of the events you are attending.
Have you lost your pin? You can easily buy another one here Maybe check with your other club members and put in a bulk order; you might not be the only one who has misplaced it!
Past challenges, in case you missed them:
1. July - The first challenge was to check out if there is one of those Rotary road signs in your area or on your way as you move around our State. Is it in good repair? If not, then please remove or fix it as it will be detrimental to the public image of Rotary if it looks old and tired.
2. August - Check your club’s website and see if it is up to date, particularly the calendar. This is sometimes the first place prospective Rotarians look and if the information is old, it also doesn’t give a good impression as to the current situation of the club.
3. September - When did you last talk to someone about why you are in Rotary and invite them to come with you to an event, project or a meeting? If it was more than a month ago, then I challenge you to try it again … did you know that most people join Rotary because they were invited?
Yours in Rotary service,
Watch the video below to hear from DG Ineke
Hello everyone,
Thank you to those who have already responded with an Expression of Interest for
a role in the District Leadership Team for Rotary Western Australia.
The closing date for Expressions of Interest will be Saturday 8th October and we
hope to provide you with the names of the District Leadership Team close to
Saturday 15th October.  
We look forward to hearing from you soon,
Ineke Oliver
DGE D9423 - Rotary Western Australia
Click on the links below to view the Expressions of Interest
Read more here
Click here for more information
Rotary Club of Northbridge is delighted to be working with Zonta Northern
Suburbs Club in this assembly of birthing kits to be sent to communities in
developing countries to enable better hygiene during childbirth,
thus reducing the risk of disease and fatalities.
Read the latest update as at 3 October 2022
Photos taken 3 October show the flooring  cassettes  being placed into position.
Click here
The District Membership Committee is looking for enthusiastic members who are interested in coming together to help start new clubs in our district!
The team will work with the an experience member of the Membership Committee, who has helped to start multiple Rotary clubs, to assess geographic areas, demographics or causes which may not currently be represented in Rotary. The goal is to help that community start a new club, without impacting an existing nearby club. 
Rotary is such an amazing opportunity, so you will be helping more people experience Rotary, who may not have found their club yet or who may not be able to access a club.
The commitment is about 1 hour per month. 
Please email Samantha Fewster, Membership and Club Development Director, to express your interest in being part of this team (samantha.fewster@rotaryeq.org).
Need help registering for the
Rotary International Convention
in Melbourne?
Click here for a step by step guide  
Register today to receive the reduced rate. 
Don’t wait, because this rate expires on 15 December.
50 of your Rotarian friends have registered already.
Register Today
Take a tour of the Streets of Melbourne – South Wharf
Melbourne is famous for its amazing food and welcoming, multicultural community. On Monday and Tuesday evening you will have the opportunity to experience both on the doorstep of the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre at the Streets of Melbourne event held exclusively for Rotarians in the South Wharf dining precinct. All cuisines are catered for in each restaurant and your ticket will entitle you to a selection of locally sourced offerings with drinks available for purchase. Ample seating will be provided for those who have enjoyed a busy day at the Convention, please select your preferred evening when purchasing your ticket.
Note: Tickets are sold on a first-come-first-served basis.  If demand exceeds the capacity of South Wharf, the organisers may open an additional restaurant precinct of Melbourne.
Cost of event is AUD$100.00
Make your own way, no transport required.
'Ticket prices are in Australian dollars and include Goods and Services Tax (10%) and TryBooking transaction fees.'
Monday 29 May 2023 - Tuesday 30 May 2023 (UTC+10)
Check out other tours and events running through convention time here.
Following on from our very enjoyable Golf Day last year,
Rotary Matilda Bay invite you to join us at Mount Lawley Golf Club.
The fee includes golf for four, plus dinner and drinks for eight with an inspiring guest speaker.
A great event for corporates who want to entertain clients or
have some fun with staff and partners.