Our Quairading poster for the 2017 Wheatbelt Swim for Literacy on 25 March 2017.
Our Narembeen poster for the 2017 Wheatbelt Swim for Literacy on 25 March 2017.
Student Incentive Scheme for Swim
Our Rotary Bruce Rock Swim is less than a month away! We want to share news about an incentive scheme that we’re offering students at Bruce Rock, Narembeen & Quairading District High Schools, in order to encourage them to fund raise for and participate in the 2017 Swim, which will be held on 25 March 2017.
Incentive #1 – Rotary Community Service Certificates
We will award Rotary Community Certificates to those who fund raise and participate in the Swim. These certificates will confirm that the recipient has supported their community and one of the participating schools by fundraising and taking part in the Swim. Community certificates are useful in many ways, including work experience and job applications. The Rotary E-Club of Western Australia (“E-WA”) will be happy to confirm the contributions made to the 2017 Swim by certificate recipients.
Incentive #2 – Places on Rotary Personal Development & Leadership Programs for Young People Aged 14-17
The Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment (RYPEN) is a popular leadership and personal development program for young people aged 14-17. We will book a number of places on the RYPEN program for those students aged 14-17 who excel in their efforts on behalf of the 2017 Swim. RYPEN places are in demand because the program is enjoyable, challenging and helps participants achieve their potential.
What to Do Next?
It’s as easy as 1-2-3-4!
1. Go to http://rotaryeclubwa.org.au/three-schools-historic-swim-literacy-bruce-rock/
2. Read about the Swim and download sponsorship forms.
3. Start collecting sponsorship.
4. Participate in the Swim between 4pm and 7.30pm on 25 March!
Want to Know More?
Find out more at http://rotaryeclubwa.org.au/three-schools-historic-swim-literacy-bruce-rock/ . If you have any questions after reading all that, email swim @ rotaryeclubwa.org.au or call:
Alison Lockwood – President: 0432 129 658 or Kero O’Shea – Swim Coordinator: 0408 802 490
Secretary & Swim Coordinator
Rotary E-Club of Western Australia (E-WA)
As a brand new Rotary club, we at E-WA have a lot to learn about the core things that make Rotary so important to the social structure of our society.
That’s why we’re delighted that the Board, leadership team and Avenue of Service Chairs of our own District 9465 have responded so positively to our invitation to visit us as guest presenters. District Governor Nominee & Handicamp Chair Linda McLerie will be joining us this week, to share the good news about Handicamp 2015.
We’re also thrilled to be welcoming presenters from elsewhere in Rotary.
Over the next few weeks, we’ll look forward to hearing from the following presenters:
- District Vocation Chair Mike Raspa
- Albany Conference Chair Tony Devitt
- District Governor Brian Eddy
- District 9710 Interact representative Natalie Jupe
- District Governor-Elect Melodie Kevan
- District Secretary David Honeychurch
- District PR Director John Stockbridge
- Foundation Chair Pushpa Pushpalingam
Watch this space for more, as we share the presentations made by our guests.
If you’d like to be a guest presenter at E-WA, we’d love to hear from you.
Image: District 9710’s Nat Jupe will be telling us about the very successful Interact program she supports