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Are you 18 years or older
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Rotary Club of Dee Why Warringah meets every Tuesday for Meeting No Meal at the DEE WHY R S L CLUB .
Arrive 6.45pm  Start 7.00pm
End 8.30pm

Pittwater Rd
Level 3
Dee Why NSW 2099 Australia

Contact: Ted Cragg
Phone: 0412 458 493

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April 2014

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 PRIDE OF WORKMANSHIP DINNER

8 April 2014

6.30pm for 7.00pm

Dee Why RSL

$40.00 Per Person

 

 
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Can you believe that there is only 126 days until Wishbone Day 2014!  and this year is extra special.  We're turning 5!  We want you to help us celebrate like never before.

 

There is a growing Wishbone Day buzz in the air!  Individuals and groups worldwide are beginning to plan special events and contributions to this global awareness effort.  We thought now was a good time to share how Wishbone Day started and what it stands for. 

Why not drop us a line and let us know what you have planned for Wishbone Day 2014.  Join us on Facebook, twitter, or pinterest for more updates.

What is Wishbone Day?

Wishbone Day is an international community awareness effort to raise awareness of Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI) otherwise known as brittle bones.

[Jo Ragen - Founder of Wishbone Day] Wishbone Day started in 2008.  The OI Society of Australia had a conference and it was really interested in trying to get members engaged in different ways.

 

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YOU CAN HELP END POLIO NOW!

BUY A CD, A BOOK OR SIMPLY MAKE A DONATION

 This is your opportunity to contribute to the End Polio campaign - part or all of the proceeds from these three opportunities will be donated to End Polio Now.

 

Go to sales.rotarydistrict9685.org.au and make your purchase or donation.

  

Make a donation to receive Fire in the Belly - by Don Stein AM.  Get it at sales.rotarydistrict9685.org.au


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Kamahl made a surprise appearance at the District Conference to entertain us & present this opportunity.  (You can see his appearance here at the 2h37m mark.)

 

A guaranteed minimum donation of $5 from the sale proceeds of his Heart & Soul CD will go to End Polio.  Buy the CD at sales.rotarydistrict9685.org.au for $20.

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 Make a donation at sales.rotarydistrict9685.org.au


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