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Local School representatives were presented with their microscopes as part of the Microscope for Schools Project. A total of 240 microscopes have been distributed to our local schools. All schools were thrilled to receive these and conveyed thanks to Margaret River Rotary for providing this equipment, which they were sure the students would gain much use from in their learning programmes, including the MR Rotary largely funded Cape to Cape Catchment programmes.
Aaron Thomas (Principal MR Primary School), Di Littlewood ( Augusta Primary School), Lisa Fenton (Principal MR Montessori School) Deb Angel (MR Montessori School), Lindsay Burke ( MR Independent School) and Gemma Hopkins (Cowaramup Primary School)
Gracetown Surfing Scholarships have been awarded to Jamaica Selby and Jolan Bonelli. Club members joined the parents of the awardees and the Club Youth Committee in congratulating both Jolan and Jamaica in receiving the awards. Both were presented with a cheque for $500. Awards and certificates were presented by Rod Pether on behalf of Rotary Margaret River.


Huge thanks to all the volunteers who assisted with the Fun Run on the weekend. 378 people registered for the Run/Walk/Trail, with around 325 showing up on the day. Shame about the wet ending, but everyone who came through the finish line appreciated the welcome, the water bottles and the assistance of the volunteers. It was good to see so many Rotary vests out and about.

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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

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