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We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 7:30 AM
Ingot Hotel
285 Great Eastern Highway
Belmont, WA 6104
Second and Fourth Tuesday each month at Ingot Hotel, Belmont at 7.00 for 7.30 start
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Lyndsey Fitzgerald, CEO of the Jacaranda Community Centre got a lovely surprise mid December when members of the Ascot Rotary Club presented them with several gifts.  The first gift was some comfortable outdoor chairs to use in their centre.  The second gift was some 22 handbags that had been filled with personal items for them to hand out to those in need.
Rotarians around the world know what it means to receive a Paul Harris Fellowship award.  Well so does Kerry-Anne Andrew now.  She is seen here receiving her PHF from President Michael this morning.
Alan is a relatively new member of our club - of only a year or two, but he has been with us for much longer than that as a partner of one of our esteemed members - Bev Poor.
At our meeting yesterday we said farewell to Gren Courtland, our last founding member of the Ascot Rotary Club as he embarks on a new chapter in his life - one that does not include having to get up for our 7.00 am meetings.  We wish him and his wife Jill all the very best.
Now that October is finally finished Stephen and Joanna Kendall might find themselves with a little more time on their hands.  They did a fantastic job of getting our virtual version of Bricktober up and running. 
Oyster Shucker extraordinaire is how you would describe Jerry Fraser who came to our meeting this morning to show us how easy it is to shuck oysters.
Ascot Rotarian Jeff Stephenson and his wife Donna took a quick trip north to Kalbarri and discovered that all was not as idyllic as we thought it should be in this tourist hot spot.
This morning's guest speaker was Noelene Scully who gave us a very insightful account of what it is like to live with someone who has Parkinson's Disease. Noelene is pictured here with our club member Alan Thomson.
On Sunday morning members and friends of the Ascot Rotary Club gathered with our outgoing President Hugh and incoming President Michael to celebrate the great things we have done and plan for the equally great things we hope to get done in our next Rotary year.
Community Services News from Director Michelle Kendall
In April Director Community Michelle Kendall received notification from the Activities Organizer, Madison from Bunnings Belmont that Bunnings were no longer holding community run sausage sizzles, internal or external visits until the foreseeable future. We are still however doing product/gift card donations (pick up only)! As most of us have some down time it’s a great time to get the little projects done for your community group and I can help you get started with them.
In response to the above the Director Community arranged to have a proposal’s from Starick and NGALA for gardening type projects.
The Rotary of Ascot submission was submitted on the 30 April and approved by Bunnings on 5 May and the products were picked up on the 8 May.  Ascot Rotarian Stephen Kendall kindly picked up the products and delivered them to Starick and NGALA on 9 May.