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2021 Rotary Wheatbelt Swim for Reading

Exciting news! The 2021 Rotary Wheatbelt Swim for Reading is on again!

Saturday 20th February, Bruce Rock Aquatic Centre, Registration from 12:30pm

We are partnering with Bruce Rock and Narembeen schools and local shires to support early childhood education programs. Our goal is to inspire a love of reading.

It’s our 7th year of fun in the pool!

Poster image of the Rotary Wheatbelt Swim for Reading details with a kid who is cool in the pool!

Be cool and join us in the pool

This year, we have a new way to accept donations so we can offer tax deductible receipt AND matched funding! This means, thanks to Rotary Australia World Community Service, every dollar we donate will become two.
Please contribute and share!
To sponsor a particular school and/or swimmer, please leave a note in the ‘Request to Project Manager’ box.
We would also love to hear from anyone keen to volunteer on the day.
Email us at swim(at)
See you at the pool!

Our Website is Back!

Our website crashed earlier this week, due to a corrupted file.  Service has now been restored.

Any inconvenience caused is regretted.

Thank you for your patience.

Kero O’Shea
President – EWA Rotary

Situation Vacant: Public Relations Director (Voluntary)

Are you looking for a stimulating volunteer role in which you can make a real difference for our community? Do you want to hone your new & traditional media skills whilst promoting the message of Rotary?

The Provisional Rotary E-Club of Western Australia (E-WA Rotary) has a vacancy for a Public Relations Director. We are a 6 month old provisional Rotary club which is developing a business-based mode of operation, in order to ensure that we serve our community effectively, whilst providing an environment in which our members can learn and grow.

The Public Relations Director will lead our PR campaign while working with our media team to help build the profile of E-WA Rotary, through the innovative use of media tools.

Our club uses a combination of face-face, web-based and video meetings to socialise and conduct business. We are a group of professionals who value our family, business and other commitments in life and recognize that these will take priority over Rotary commitments from time to time. We want to help each other succeed.

To take up this role, the successful candidate will become a member of the Provisional Rotary E-Club of Western Australia.

For more information, please contact Kero O’Shea on 0408802490.