About Our Club
Dalkeith

We meet In Person
Mondays at 6:00 PM
Nedlands Golf Club
Melvista Avenue
Nedlands, WA 6009
Australia
Mailing address
PO Box 251
Nedlands, WA  6909
Australia
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Upcoming Speakers
Dr Tim Keenan
Dec 13, 2021
Working with the Taliban.
Rev. Peter Smith
Dec 20, 2021
Christmas message.
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We have finalised our 2nd International book drive to Buk Bilong Pikinini Foundation in PNG. 1100kgs in weight, around 6000 books in 91 boxes is on its way thanks to support from Sadleirs Global Logistics. Generous donations from primary schools of Dalkeith, Freshwater Bay, Cottesloe, Floreat Park, Nth Cottesloe and Christchurch.
The 5 day Perth Science and Engineering Challenge organised by our club and run by the University of Newcastle involves 1300 year 10 students, more than 650 volunteer hours and seven financial sponsors. Thanks to our financial and volunteer sponsors; Newmont, South32, UWA, Lycopodium, Regis Resources, IGO and Mt Gibson Iron. Thanks also to UWA, ECU and Curtin universities who provide volunteers; as well as Resouce Capital Funds for their volunteers.
 
 
"My Home" Australasia Limited is a facilitator for housing and land developments to accommodate disadvantaged people experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness.
Rotary Supporting My Home – Project Update 
Interest in the Rotary Supporting My Home Project continues to grow with nineteen clubs supporting the project, including three in District 9465.    A big thank you goes to the seven Clubs that have made commitments to fund the project, these being Applecross, Crawley, Dalkeith, Kalamunda, Karrinyup, Matilda Bay, Osborne Park, and Subiaco.  We have also received a District Grant of $5,000. 
At the Annual General Meeting of JFFA held in Perth on 16 April 2021, Win Jones formally stood down
as Chairman, a position he has held for eight years, and passed the baton to Vice-Chairman, David
Miller. We welcome David to his new role and wish him success.

Win was presented with an etched glass plaque in appreciation of his dedicated commitment to JFF
over 30 years. We are pleased that Win will stay on as a Board member as his long association with
JFF and the Balinese people make his contribution very valuable.

At the meeting, some important changes to the Rules of Incorporation were approved by members,
making the Rules compliant with the ACFID Code of Conduct.
 
David and Win are members of the Rotary Club of Dalkeith.
Anita Bourke and helpers ran a stall for the John Fawcett Foundation and the Nokor Tep Hospital at the State Conference last weekend at the Optus Stadium. 
A raffle was held, prizes being donated by local businesses. All donors were acknowledged. 
 
 
 
    John Lindquist, Win Jones and Anita Bourke 
                                                                                                                                                                                                              
Our club has earned the Rotary Platinum Citation, the most significant award a Rotary club can achieve, for 2019-20. During a year that was challenging for many Rotarians around the world, our club demonstrated a commitment to achieve its goals, which ultimately helps strengthen Rotary and shape our future.
 
One of only 5 in District 9455.
 
Details of what is required to achieve this valued award are listed in the read more section.