Baldivis Rotary Club to stand on own feet after Xmas

Baldivis Rotary Club to stand on own feet after Xmas

THE fledgling Baldivis Rotary Club should be able to fly on its own shortly after Christmas.

Baldivis, which has been a satellite of the Palm Beach Rotary Club, will have the necessary 20 members to be chartered by its next meeting on November 6.

However, it will take time for the paperwork to be steered through Rotary’s bureaucratic channels and chartering will probably not take place until the new year.

Past district governor John Simmons inducted two new members at the Baldivis meeting: Matt Ledger, who works in finance with FIFO Capital Greater Perth, and Monica Hunter, who is a partner in the plumbing business Drip Hunters Plumbing and Gas.

Lukarla McCready will be inducted on October 28 with four other new members.

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