Welcome to our club!

Willetton

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 6:15 PM
Melville Glades Golf Club
Beasley Road
Leeming, WA  6149
Australia

Phone:
(4) 3489 2806
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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Willetton
 
Are you an established professional who wants to make positive changes in your community and the world? Our club members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship. Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group who share your drive to give back.
 
 
WILLETTON ROTARY COMMUNITY FAIR SUNDAY 2 APRIL 2017
 
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Home Page News
Noni Walker represents the Willetton Community Garden (WCG) project and by way of background told the Club that WCG is a social group of gardeners both beginners and "green thumbs". It's for anyone whoever wanted to learn how to grow their own herbs, vegetables or fruit trees; or who just wants to socialise with a fun bunch of people It's also for all those with "green thumbs" especially those willing to pass on the "good oil", to others.
 
The WCG is is being built next to the kitchen garden at Rostrata Primary on Glenmoy Avenue. The site was fenced in 2015 and two sheds were constructed and temporary water storage was installed. 
 
                                                                      
 
Club Stories
 
Debra Lievense is the Resource unit manager at Willetton Senior High School (WSHS). In that role she has had a great deal to do with our Club but most especially with the newly formed WSHS Interact Club. So to recognise her untiring efforts and commitment to the school, it's students and the wider community, the Club awarded Debra a Paul Harris Fellowship. We are very grateful for everything Debra has done to advance the Rotary cause through the students and such was the significance of the event that Debra and her story made the front page of the Canning Times on Wednesday 7 March. It's well worth the read. To do so Click here. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Recently the Club presented a further $5,500 to Professor Tele Tan to help with the continuation of the work of the Academy with students at Willetton Senior High School. The Canning Times roving reporter was on hand to capture the moment for front page news. For the full story and photo of our upstanding President Simon with an obviously very pleased Professor Tan Click here.
 
 
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