The Rotary Club of Broome

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The Rotary Club of Broome is an active and dynamic Club that raises funds for various projects within the Broome community, as well as supporting major Rotary projects and activities at State, National and International levels. We are part of a worldwide network of Rotary Clubs made up of men and women who want to contribute to their communities. Rotary brings together the talents and resourcefulness of its members who contribute a wide diversity of skills and experience to the Rotary network. With more than 1.2 million members in over 200 countries, Rotary International truly is a significant global organisation.

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 The Rotary Club of Broome welcomes new members, who can widen our pool of experience by bringing in new ideas, skills and enthusiasm.
 We currently meet on Wednesday mornings, 6.30am for 6.45am: Mercure Hotel, C-View Room, Weld Street, Broome.
 Every fourth week (see meeting calendar), the Wednesday meeting is substituted by an evening meeting / social event. Potential new members and visiting Rotarians are welcome to come along. For more information about our meeting times and locations, click on the Meeting tab on this website.
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On Wednesday 27 April Broome Rotary presented Magabala Books with a cheque for $2,500. This donation has doubled due to Creative Partnerships Australia matching all donations $1 for $1. Two of Magabala Books current programs that will benefit from this donation are ‘Small Seeds Big Reads – Books for Little Hands’ and ‘Creative Scholarships’. For further information about Magabala Books visit https://www.magabala.com/home

 

Presentation of $2,500 to Magabala Books

Presentation of $2,500 to Magabala Book

 

Broome Rotarians were lucky to receive presentations from exchange students this week. Lillian Tait spent last year in Denmark, Abbey Ford who was sponsored by the Rotary Club of Ellenbrook returned from Japan and Paul Richartz is half way through his exchange from Germany and is loving his time in Broome. It was wonderful to hear of their experiences and as one Rotarian pointed out these young people are excellent ambassadors.

Current inbound exchange student Paul Richardtz from Germany, recently returned inbounds Abbey Ford (Japan) and Lillian Tait (Denmark) with host families.

Current inbound exchange student Paul Richardtz from Germany, recently returned inbounds Abbey Ford (Japan) and Lillian Tait (Denmark) with host families.

Abbey Ford returned from Japan. Lillian Tait returned from Denmark. Paul Richartz inbound exchange student from Germany

Abbey Ford returned from Japan.
Lillian Tait returned from Denmark.
Paul Richartz inbound exchange student from Germany

The Rotary Club of Broome major fundraising event is the Broome Dragon Boat Regatta, a fun-filled family day that each year attracts a strong field of competitors and hundreds of spectators. The 2016 Broome Dragon Boat Regatta will be on Saturday 3rd September.  For more information, visit the Dragon Boats page on this website. 

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 Our Rotary Projects page provides information about a variety of projects undertaken or supported by the Rotary Club of Broome.
 Interested in joining or learning more about Rotary’s activities in Broome? Contact one of our committee members whose details also appear on this website. By joining Rotary you will be able to make a valuable contribution to your community and have a lot of fun doing it!