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April 2018 sees the 25th Anniversary of the Charter of the Rotary Club of Mandurah City. If you are a past member please contact info@mandurahcityrotary.org.au to update your details so we can keep you informed of our planned celebrations! We would like as many past members and anyone who has helped our Club in the last 25 years to come along and help us celebrate!
RIDE at its heart is a safety course aimed 15-16 year olds to get some basic information into students before they get their L Plates. Parents are requested to come along and sit in on the sessions so they know what is being taught and what they can do to help when teaching their children to drive in these early months. 
It is held at the Kwinana Motorplex usually on a Sunday morning from 9-12.
The morning is broken up into three rotating groups.
Classroom learning
Car maintenance / safety 
LIVE driving experience (for many their first)
Scattered amongst this is visits from race car drivers/ truck drivers/ police officers/ road trauma victims all who give some insight into the challenges on todays roads and overall it’s a really relaxed and stress free environment where a great message is being delivered.
All people involved are volunteers including all of Eclipse Driving School Instructors who attend and all Mandurah City Rotarians also give up their time.
Attendees are asked to pay $10 only which goes toward covering the Motorplex hire.
For booking information click here
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