Club Stories
It was a fantastic night on the 26th May at the Western Australian Golf Club as the Rotary Club of Scarborough celebrated youth and showcased its youth programs. Attendees heard about Rotary Youth Exchange, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) and the Stan Perron award. Past graduates spoke about their experiences and what the programs and awards meant to them. There was some real energy and positivity in the room and all attendees considered it a great event. 
The Rotary Club of Scarborough is proud to be partnering with Nulsen  Disability Services in 2022.
Nulsen’s mission is to empower people with complex needs to live their best life.
Our club is sponsoring 3 students from Hale School who are selected to participate in the Nulsen Youth Patron Program.  
The Program's purpose is to equip young adults with knowledge and understanding to actively improve the life of people with disability. It also develops the leadership and public speaking skills of the youth patrons, instilling an understanding of emotional intelligence, vulnerability and how to lead with empathy.
This year Nulsen and Hale celebrate a 15-year Program partnership.
 
The Rotary Club of Scarborough were thrilled to receive a visit from WA Police Officer Damien Thompson and Police Canine "Emcee" in December 2021. Club members heard a fascinating talk on what it takes to train a police dog and the work they do searching for people, narcotics or cash. Damien and Emcee provided a demonstration of some of their capabilities.