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Whyalla

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 6:30 PM
Eyre Hotel
Playford Ave
Whyalla, South Australia 5600
Australia
Speakers
Rotarian Brian Moodie
Sep 28, 2021
The Life of Brian
Rebecca Clifford
Oct 05, 2021 6:30 PM
Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment (RYPEN)
Penny MacKenzie
Oct 12, 2021
Royal Automobile Association (RAA) Road Rules Quiz
RC Whyalla Web Master Bob Norman
Oct 26, 2021
RC Of Whyalla Website
September 2021
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Paul Harris Fellows
Jack Clayton 1980
Peter Reid 2004
Hugo Ehrke 1983
Rowley Fenwick 2005
Bert Holds 1983
Keith Wilson 2008
Jim Milne 1985
Perry Eden 2008
Jack Walker 1986
Rob Walton 2008
Bill Cruickshank 1990
Tim Clements 2009
Murray Norton PDG 1990
Alistair Stevenson 2010
Glen Eden PDG 1992 
Clinton Garrett 2011
Syd Harvie 1996
Soto Stuppos 2012
Ron Heading 1998
Jack Odgers 2014
John Holds 2000
Jari Peltonen 2016
Brian Moodie 2002 +1
Kerre Willsher 2017 +8
Vin Higgins 2002 
Jane Owens 2017 +1
John Lewis 2002
Michele Hart 2017
Keith Sichler 2003 +2
John Cagney 2021
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Club News
University visit with Lauren Shivvaan. Lauren teaches Foundation Studies at the University College, which is still part of the Univerity. Foundation studies is a pathway to university for people who did not achieve a sufficient entry score. It is mainly focused on social work but along the way improves the student's literacy capabilities and prepares them for university expectations and life. As a general statistic, 85% of people who undertake the Foundation Studies program go on to study at University. No surprise however that due to Lauren’s dedication and leadership that Whyalla achieves 100%. Our recent Glen Eden Excellence in Mental Health Award winner Melissa Schenck is a graduate of the Program.
 
Principle Trish Richman led us through the building site for the new Secondary College, The building is in its second stage of construction with all of the internal walls completed and the second-fix carpentry under installation. Much planning and thought have gone into the design and layout of the school which is unique. Some areas were well ahead in their completion which gave us a better understanding of how the finished product will look. The layout is unique and not a copy of any other school. Trisha will move in during November and the school is on track for completion and readiness for the start of the 2022 School year. There are photo’s on our Facebook page but none from inside, as that was not allowed.
 
 
Peter Fulton was the guest speaker at our last meeting, his presentation was extremely informative as well gave use great insight into some of the projects his company has been involved in, including the new Port Augusta Bridge.
 
 
John Cagney presents John with a small memento for his presentation.
 

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