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The club are pleased to donate $10,000 to the Cape to Cape Catchments Group to further extend the Our Patch program. The funding supports educational visits by classes from local primary schools to local waterways/wetlands in the region. Cape to Cape Catchments Group education officer Tracey Muir said Rotary had been one of the strongest supporters of Our Patch since its inception, the program now reaching 500 students from Cowaramup to Augusta.
 
 
Rotary Margaret River has received the first 3 of 5 vehicles for the Wheels for Hope program about to be rolled out for the Disability Services Commission. Wheels for Hope assists WA families with disabilities who do not have suitable transport to access critical medical and remedial care, education and community activities. Clients of disability services can hire the cars for a nominal fee. Rotary is handling the Margaret River Hub
 
 

Martine has returned recently from West Africa, having spent 3 months on the Global Ebola Response Team with UN Mission for Ebola Emergency Response producing a photographic record of the incident.

 
 

New member Patricia Le Baron was warmly welcomed as a new member of the Rotary Club of Margaret River. The induction reminded us that Rotary is the world’s oldest service organisation with a concept for service above self. We look forward to on-going fellowship with Patricia.

 

 
Over 1100 Rotary Clubs across Australia are urging families to 'have the chat' about organ and tissue donation with their loved ones and register their donation decisions during DonateLife Week.
 
 
 
We are delighted to welcome two Margaret River residents as new members of the club. 

President Terry led the induction of Brian and Lyn Warren into the club at the meeting on Monday night. We hope that they will both enjoy many years of fun and fellowship as club members.

 

 
The club is working very closely with the Rotary Club of Pokhara Fishtail, Nepal to get immediate aid to those who have lost everything in the recent earthquake. $4,000 has been sent directly to Nepal. In the last 30 days since the first earthquake members of the Pokhara Fishtail club have utilised $14,000 for urgent humanitarian assistance in the area around Pokhara.
 
 
The Rotary Club of Margaret River is in the process of investigating how best to develop 2.8 Hectare Rotary Park site and turn it into a family hub for nature play based activities for kids. This process will be developed together and in association with AMR Shire.
 
 
 

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Service Above Self

From August August 3rd 2015 -- 1st Monday – no meeting, 2nd & 4th Mondays - 6:30pm, 3rd Monday - Breakfast 7:00am Check web site calendar for confirmation of meeting
Quality Inn, Margaret River
78 Wallcliffe Road
Margaret River, WA  6285
Australia
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Rotary is fun – a lot of fun. Every Rotary club and district arranges activities and events that provide a welcome distraction to a hectic business life.
 
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