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Coming Up

November 2018

  • Nov 28: Breaking Poverty through Education, Nepal. Speaker James Spence - Hosted by Vic Park Rotary

December 2018

  • Dec 5: Aussie Yarns: Aboriginal community development, working between bureaucracies and remote communities. Speaker Dr Goddard, educator and facilitator for change
  • Dec 12: South Perth-Burswood Directors Meeting
  • Dec 19: Christmas Breakfast
  • Dec 26: Boxing Day - No Breakfast Meeting

Breakfast meetings held Wednesdays @ the Atrium, Crown Complex, Burswood, 7am for 7:20am start.