Rotary Club of Kenwick (WA)

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Kenwick (WA) Inc.


Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 6:30 PM
Thornlie Sportsmans Club
Berehaven Avenue
Thornlie, WA  6108
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Have you ever wished that there was one kitchen aid that ‘did it all’, well this is it, the Thermomix!
The most advanced kitchen appliance around, Thermomix unites the functions of 12 appliances in one compact unit.  Thermomix can add a new dimension to your kitchen. Take a look at this kitchen marvel at:
So here is your chance to win a Thermomix and support Rotary’s works locally, nationally and internationally. The Rotary Club of Kenwick is raffling a Thermomix valued at $2100. Tickets are $20 each, available from Trybooking at:
Licence Number LS210458217, Drawn 25 October 2017' winner will be advised.
Please support this raffle by purchasing tickets yourself, promoting it to your family, friends, neighbours and colleagues.
Any queries please contact Kay Phipps on 0438885494 or 



Rotary and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announce $450 million commitment to end polio
 ATLANTA, Ga. (June 12, 2017) – Today in Atlanta Rotary President John Germ and Bill Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, announced a commitment of up to $450 million to support the eradication of polio.
To an audience of nearly 33,900 Rotary members attending the humanitarian organisation’s annual convention, Rotary and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation renewed their longstanding support for ending polio – a paralysing, life-altering scourge on the verge of becoming the second human disease ever to be eliminated. Rotary committed to raise $50 million per year over the next three years, with every dollar to be matched with two additional dollars from the Gates Foundation. This expanded agreement will translate into $450 million for polio eradication activities, including immunisation and surveillance over the next three years. This critical funding helps ensure countries around the world remain polio-free and that polio is ended in the remaining three endemic countries: Afghanistan, Nigeria, and Pakistan.


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From District Governor Bruce Lynch
Governor Bruce Lynch (Glenda) from the Rotary Club of South Bunbury with RI President Ian Riseley (Juliet)
Throughout my life I’ve been driven by the desire to succeed and make a positive contribution to life. Sometimes this can be a bit overwhelming, but also exciting and challenging. It’s how I feel about the privilege of being your Governor in 2017/18. But I’m up for the challenge and draw my inspiration from all who like me, are committed to doing good in the world. It keeps my passion alive and active. As one person, I am acutely aware of my limitations but I know that persistence will always override mediocrity. I’m also fully conscious that when we work together we achieve extraordinary results. Therefore, I encourage you all to embrace teamwork and to respect, support and cooperate with each other both within your Club and throughout the District and beyond. I’ll certainly be actively promoting all those qualities.
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