Inner Wheel rolls into Cowan suburbs

Cowan At Sunset Inner Wheel club treasurer Cintia Karolyi, secretary Ella Purser and president Pia Kaczor at their charter event.
Cowan At Sunset Inner Wheel club treasurer Cintia Karolyi, secretary Ella Purser and president Pia Kaczor at their charter event.

A NEW Inner Wheel club has established in the northern suburbs.

Inner Wheel is an international organisation that was established in the UK in 1924 by the wives of Rotarians with the aim to give service to the community.

Cowan at Sunset club president Pia Kaczor said the newly formed group was open to all women aged over 18.

Covering the suburbs that make up the Cowan electorate, the group has 16 members ranging from 28 years to in their 70s, and they meet on the fourth Wednesday evening of each month.

They welcomed Inner Wheel Australia president June Muller to their charter event on Saturday night, as well as the district chairwoman Joan Cheng and Inner Wheel members from the eastern states, Geraldton and Albany, where the 16 members were inducted.

Ms Kaczor said the club was now looking forward to welcoming new members “who are looking for friendship and a way to give back to our community”.

This will include hosting a parenting tent and children’s activities at the Wanneroo Agricultural Show and supporting Inner Wheel’s national charity, the Australian Cord Blood Foundation.

Visit Facebook for more information or email iiw.au.cowanatsunset@gmail.com.

With nearly 3900 clubs in 103 countries and more than 103,000 members, Inner Wheel is one of the largest women’s organisations in the world.

In WA, there are 15 clubs that form District A40, and there are 14 districts that make up Inner Wheel Australia with more than 3000 members.

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