Rotary Club of Mandurah City

 

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Mandurah City
in the beautiful Peel Region of Western Australia.

 

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The three Mandurah Rotary Clubs staged the fifth Easter Saturday Duck Race on 19 April 2014

The event was a huge success with great weather and large crowds of people  enjoying the Family Fun Day, the two Duck Races and the Dolphins in Mandurah.  Prizes won included a Hyundai I20 car,  $4000 Diamond in setting and a large screen TV.   Thank you to all who participated, donated, contributed their time or bought tickets. Full story, pictures and results are at  www.mandurahrotaryduckrace.info 

See also Mandurah Mail article with car winner.


 

 
 
Thursday October 24 is ‘End Polio Now’ day

You can help promote the ‘End Polio Now’ project by displaying a ‘car sticker’ on your car, in the office and other locations.

Stickers are available for Rotarians, family and friends for free by contacting PP Frank Wheel RC Mandurah City at foxx@westnet.com.auEnd Polio Now Car Sticker

 

 

 
 

 

The Missing Piece

Here is a radio clip about getting involved in Rotary.

To find out more about Rotary in Western Australia go to:

www.rotaryinwa.org.au

Members are asked to get it on the local radio station and promote it on websites. 

Download the MP3 file from the Download link on the Home page.
 
 
 
 

Club Information

Welcome to Sunny Mandurah in the Peel region of Western Australia

Mandurah City Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet every 1st and 3rd Wednesday at The Stage Door
The Stage Door
9 James Service Place
Mandurah, WA  6210
Australia
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Member Interview: Susan Davis uses social entrepreneurship to fight poverty
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