Finding an avenue to serve

Finding an avenue to serve

Rotarians in Canning and across the state joined in last months’ virtual meeting.

The Rotary Club of Canning has gone digital to keep Rotarians, who no longer live in Perth, involved in the club’s activities and to welcome new ones.

President Ross Grafton said the club was looking to expand its membership.

“We want to help people who want to do good in the world find an avenue to serve,” he said.

“We would love to see you at a meeting and look forward to an exciting future as part of Canning.”

City of Canning councillor Ben Kunze joined the club on last month’s meeting to discuss things happening within the City of Canning.

“While Covid-19 has caused the world a lot of hurt and pain, it has changed the way we look at life and this is one of the ways our local Rotary Club has adapted,” he said.

“The online meeting gave Rotarians the opportunity to speak with Sophie, who the club sponsored to go to Hungry a few years back – she now lives in Canberra working for the Productivity Commission.

“I was able to update Rotarians with many of the things happening on council and within our local community.”

Those interested in joining and getting involved with the Rotary Club of Canning can email rotarycanning@iinet. or call 0432 840 816.