Matilda Bay Rotary Board meets on the fourth Monday of every month, 5.30 pm. It is responsible for:
- Strategic Plan - Towards 2024
The Strategic Plan - Towards 2018 which was developed in March 2013 was reviewed in 2017 and a revised version presented to club members. The Strategic Plan - Towards 2024 is the result of consultation, communication and input from members in 2019.
Matilda Bay is in a strong financial position
Director - Marion Thompson
Community Service projects include:
- King Edward Hospital memorial Gardens. Over 30 years ago, Matilda Bay Rotary established a memorial garden on the hospital grounds where the ashes of stillborn babies can be interred. In recent years it was upgraded at a cost of $70,000 with the support of a LotteryWest grant. Members regularly maintain the garden so families can return to an attractive and tranquil setting.
International & Rotary Foundation
Director - Larry Schneider
International Committee is responsible for overseas projects of the Club.
- Provision of Shelterboxes for national and international disasters - 3-5 shelter boxes each year at a cost of $1,000 each
- Polio eradication throughout the world
- investigate opportunities to assist with new and ongoing development projects to establish relationshios and work with overseas Rotary clubs
See more details of the projects here
Director - Mike Walter
Membership Committee is responsible for maintaining and increasing membership.
Director - Ian Birch
Youth committee works with young people and is the link club for Dianella Secondary College. Responsibilites for Youth and Vocational include:
- Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment (RYPEN) which offers a weekend camp for Year 10 students with aims of developing personal confidence and leadership qualities.
- Rotary Youth Leadership Academy (RYLA). A week-long camp for young adults between 18-25 year olds. Extends leadership and personal confidence.
- Rotary Youth Driver Awareness WA for Year 11 students at DSC.
- Rotary Four Way Test public speaking competition for Year 10 students.