Welcome Ronniet Orlando

It is with great pleasure that we have welcomed long time “Friend of the Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay” Ronniet Orlando into our club as an active member. Ronniet was officially inducted at a Rotarian at our weekly meeting on 5th February 2020. Ronniet is a musician who performed at…

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Vale Tony Munday

It is with great sadness that we report that our Honorary Member Tony Munday passed away on 29th January 2020. Tony has been a very generous benefactor of our overseas projects through his Goodeve Foundation since our early days. His support has enabled the purchase of new dental equipment and…

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Welcome Aaron Chinyimba

Former Rotary Foundation Scholar Aaron Chinyimba was inducted as a member of our club at our Birthday / Christmas Dinner on 21st December 2019 under the classification of Legal Services. Aaron is originally from Zambia and has been to the Club on a number of occasions over the years. After…

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Welcome Dianne & Richard Harper

A very warm welcome to Dianne and Richard Harper, inducted into the Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay on 23rd October 2019! Dianne holds the classification of Teaching Special Needs. She was Principal of the Education Support Centre at Canning Vale Primary, and has recently retired. She will join the Youth…

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Welcome Jack Gregor

Welcome to new member Jack Gregor, inducted during our meeting on 16th October 2019! Jack is a retired judge and will be commencing his Rotary journey on the Vocational/Community Committee. We are delighted to have you as a member of the Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay, and thank you to…

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Fostering a Culture of Family

RI President Mark Maloney has as his theme “Rotary Connects the World” and one of his major focuses with this is connecting families with Rotary. “We must foster a culture where Rotary does not compete with family, but compliments it. We should never expect our members to choose between the…

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Congratulations Stephanie

A heart-felt congratulations goes out to our member Dr Stephanie Rainey-Smith, who has been named the “2019 WA Young Tall Poppy”. This award recognises the achievements of Australia’s outstanding young scientific researchers and communicators.

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