The Rotary Club of Margaret River celebrated a busy and fruitful 2018/2019 Rotary year on the evening of 5 July 2019 with members and guests. 
The Club awarded Paul Harris Fellowships to two very deserving community members, Wendy Coffey for her work with the Margaret River Senior High School Emergency Service Cadet Corps, for her energy and for her willingness to take on challenges, and Deb Earl for her work in establishing and running the Biggest Morning Tea in Cowaramup which, under Deb's leadership raised $250,000 for cancer research.
Incoming President Brian Middleton with Deb Earl and Wendy Coffey, both Paul Harris Fellow recipients, with outgoing President Michelle Miller to the right
Outgoing President Michelle Miller reflected on the Club's many and diverse activities over the past year and its continued support for local and international projects, which included giving financial support to educational programs, the arts, to sports, to the East Timor project and to youth projects generally.
Incoming President Brian Middleton introduced his new team for the year and unveiled the Rotary theme for 2019/2020, Rotary Connects the World.