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Rotary Margaret River were 'hands on' as the Rotary Club of Pinjarra organised a working weekend to support farmers in the area affected by the recent fires. Working on a 340 acre property where nearly every piece of fencing was destroyed beyond repair a group of 9 volunteers cleared over 5km of damaged fences stacking wire for removal and leaving the fence lines cleared ready for replacement work to begin.

 

 

 

 
The Rotary Directory for 2016 has just been published. 9,000 copies will be distributed to homes across the region.
 
The directory is for local residents and visitors to easily access local business service providers in the Margaret River region.
 
 
Following a three week construction period the redeveloped South Bank dual purpose trail is now open. Running along side the Margaret River from the Old Settlement to Barrett Street Weir the new trail will provide walkers and cyclists with an interesting and scenic circular walk along the banks of the river.
 
 
The Alternative Leavers Week - East Timor programme which Rotary and Lions have supported and conducted over the last 6 years proved to be a great success in 2015 with some of the returned students visiting a recent club meeting.
 

Barry House congratulated the students on their commitment and effort in completing the much needed community projects in Timor with the personal development they had gained from the experience being very worthwhile. Julien Sanderson introduced a presentation with a slide show detailing the cattle well project before and after. The team received considerable support from the locals.
 
 
The Rotary Club of Margaret River has great pleasure in recognising both Bob and Kath Castle as Paul Harris Fellows. For decades Bob and Kath Castle have worked tirelessly in serving our community.
 
 
 
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.
 

 
 
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From January 2016 - Mondays - 6:30pm, Check web site calendar for confirmation of meeting
Quality Inn, Margaret River
78 Wallcliffe Road
Margaret River, WA  6285
Australia
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