Our club is one of many Rotary clubs around the world and one of three in
Mandurah. Our club membership varies between twenty to thirty men and
women of varied ages and interests meeting every Wednesday evening at 6:30 pm for 7:00
pm dinner in the RAAFA function room at Meadow Springs. Our program is
varied and includes such things as listening to interesting speakers on a whole variety of
subjects; simply enjoying social evenings or taking time to plan our activities in and around
Mandurah and internationally.
Although Rotary is truly an international organisation, our first duty is right here in Mandurah.
We are proud to serve our community, where we work with young and old and all
ages in between, hopefully making lives a little more fun for them and certainly enjoying
ourselves doing so. Many will recognise us from when we run an event like the annual
Easter Saturday Mandurah Duck Race to raise money for Rotary projects at home and
away. The money is used for Rotary based projects such as Shelterbox, Polio eradication
worldwide and People Who Care, but there's a lot more to us than that! We are
here to serve - and we enjoy it!
We are always delighted to hear from anyone or any group interested in who we are and
what we do. We welcome visitors and guests to our meetings, and are constantly seeking to
widen our knowledge and understanding of all who live in our community as well as enlist new
members to the club.
We invite anyone who would like to know more about Rotary with a view to
becoming a Rotarian. At a dinner meeting of the club, we will introduce you to Rotary
and you can get to meet us and enjoy some good company. Please register via
email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Colin on 0408 923 350. For more
information on the club and Rotary as well as viewing a map of the meeting location. Please see our
website at www.mandurahcityrotary.org.au