Inner Wheel Australia
In Support of
CORD BLOOD RESEARCH
Donations may be sent to:
Inner Wheel Australia Treasurer,
Cord Blood Research
PO Box 428,
Mentone, Victoria. 3194
Please make payable to Inner Wheel Australia
Learn more about the IWA Executive and District Chairmen in the latest edition of the IWA Magazine here
23 June 2018
District Membership Chairman Dallice Robins and members of District A54 are to be congratulated – with the IWC of Wollundry being chartered just two months ago, this is the second new club to be chartered in the district this year. Congratulations to all involved and a big IW welcome to all members of the IWC of Corowa Districts.
The beautiful ‘Gift of Friendship’ Rose is now available to order direct from Treloar Roses. Click here for more information including ordering details. Treloar Roses will donate $1 from the sale of each rose to the Inner Wheel Australia National Project, Cord Blood Research.
The Inner Wheel Club of Mobilong in District A70 (South Australia) has been featured twice recently in the local newspaper, after a rose planting ceremony outside Murray Bridge Local Government Centre, and after donating money to assist cancer sufferers in regional South Australia. Click on the photographs to view the full stories.
Telka Williams MBE, Member at Large from Alice Springs, Northern Territory, has received the prestigious Margarette Golding Award. The award was presented by International Inner Wheel
President Dr Kapila Gupta at the Inner Wheel Australia Conference in Lismore in October 2017. The award is recognition for many years of community service –
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Congratulations to Patti Stafford, member of the Inner Wheel Club of Wangaratta, A61, on being awarded a Margarette Golding Award. IWA President Marilyn said, “It was a privilege to be asked to present this honour to Patti, we are very proud of her and her service.”
This award was given “In recognition of lifelong, selfless dedication and unstinting service to the local and wider community over a variety of areas – youth, the aged, sport, business and community promotion.”