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Calling all LEGO© Fans in the Fremantle Area.  This school holidays, July 10th , we are hosting Brick Legends, a competition to show of your skills.   Full in profile Details and registration link at  https://www.fremantlerotary.org/projects/bricklegends/
 
Invitation to all primary school children to a fun competition using your LEGO® bricks in the July school holidays
Bring along your LEGO® bricks and your family and show us what a LEGEND you are with a legendary build. The theme of the build is a secret and will be announced on the day.
 
When: Sunday 10 July 2022, 11:30am – Check in and set up
Where: Richmond Primary School, 37 Windsor Road, East Fremantle
 
Win prizes and meet our Super Hero Judges
Afternoon tea available.
Enquiries: BrickLegends@fremantlerotary.org
 
All Funds raised support Fremantle Rotary, making a difference in your community.  
LEGO is a trademark of the LEGO group which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this Post.
A big thank you to Fremantle Primary School for their contributions toward Rotary Give a Damn Give a Can campaign. Max from Fremantle Rotary presented a certificate of appreciation to the principal at their morning assembly. It was dress like a pirate day which made the assembly a very colourful event #infreo#freomassive#fremantlestory#freo
A helping hand for much needed research projects run by the Spinnaker Foundation. The money was raised at the Rotary Clubs annual golf day. Pictured are Kim, Adam Max and Lyn from Freo Rotary handing over the cheque to Sarah from the Foundation #infreo#spinnakerfoundation #freomassive #fremantleherald #freo

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Funds donated to Spinnakers totalled $24,800. A great effort by Freo Rotary

What a fantastic result, well done everyone involved 👏

Well done members of Fremantle Rotary

We’ll done !

Well done.

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Brick Legends , calling all primary schoolchildren to a fun competition using your own Lego. Sunday 10 July at Richmond Primary School 37 Windsor Rd., East Fremantle.  Register at https://www.fremantlerotary.org/projects/bricklegends/.  Further enquiries - bricklegends@fremantlerotary.org

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www.fremantlerotary.org/projects/bricklegends/ Go to our website and click through to TryBooking to register and pay your entry fee. Enquiries: bricklegends@fremantlerotary.org

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Myanmar Migrants Computer Project
This Fremantle Rotary  project aims to provide computers to the Marist centre in Thailand for use by children of Myanmar migrants who have no rights to an education in Thailand and in fact are arrested if found out on the streets.  The Marist  centres provide an educational opportunity for these children, and the computers will provide an opportunity for improved learning and the ability to develop much needed computer skills for both the children and their parents, which will improve future opportunities.
We are very delighted to be joining Mama Respond and the Fremantle Rotary this Friday evening at Gloucester Park to support a cause  that is very close to our hearts.
Young Fay & Reva just delivered their cans from All Saints College to St Pats, who  estimated $700 worth in this haul and they had $300 handed in Friday.
Total for their effort $1000 toward Freo Rotary Give Can appeal, which was added to the $8000 worth of food which was delivered last Friday from Freo Rotary. A huge thank you to all those who supported this programme.

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Amazing effort girls 🙌

Well done girls!!

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Today the Freo Rotary delivered the donated goods from the Give A Dam give a can  (GADGAC) drive to the Day Centre of St Pats. Pictured along with members of the club are CEO Michael Piu, the COO Traci Cascioli and the Manager of the Day Centre, Tania Payne.  Michael and Traci thanked the club very much and Tania was amazed at the amount of food we donated.  There were huge smiles all around.  

Last year our GADGAC food kept them going until just before Christmas.

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Good job Rotary Fremantle and all who donated.

Fremantle Rotary you are awesome

Well done Volunteers. 👍

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Be our Guest. Rotary club members Bob,Paul, Jinny and Deb cooked and served approx 75 meals, in support of Port Care, who do this each Tue night at the Homeless shelter in Hampton Rd.

The funding was made possible thru a Neighbourhood Grant from the City of Fremantle.#cityoffremantle #infreo#portcares

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That's wonderful news Bob!! Congratulations to everyone involved, well done. Thanks for sharing!.

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A great project providing much needed assistance.
All proceeds go to St Patricks Community Support Centre, whove been helping some of the most vulnerable people in our community for 50 years.
Our collection points are located at Coles, Melville
Food works, East Fremantle
IGA Hamilton Hill
Coles, Kardinya
Stammers , Woolworths
Banovich’s South Fremantle 
Woolworths South Fremantle 
IGA South Fremantle 
Woolworths, Willagee
Bicton Primary School 
CBC Fremantle 
East Fremantle Primary School
Fremantle College
Hilton, Palmyra,Richmond, Samson, White Gum Valley Primary Schools
#gadgac22 @rotaryfremantle
Guest Speaker for Wednesday night meeting was our club member Jinny Henshaw . She gave a most interesting talk about the experiences she and her partner Greg shared during their time working in the Kimberley. They suffered through extreme heat with daytime temperatures between 39 degrees and 45 degrees. If you wanted a cold drink, it was better to turn on the hot tap than the cold. There had been a drought and all the nineteen creeks had dried up. The stock was congregated around the bores. For their first trip, they were located at Mabel Downs near Purnululu National Park (the
Bungle Bungles), responsible for pulling down the temporary accommodation from the tourist season and caretaking the property, keeping the generator running. They lived in a caravan the second time. They cooled off using a bore water waterfall and a kid’s paddling pool
We will remember them #fremantleherald #infreo #freo
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