Rotary Club of Esperance Releases Latest Telephone Directory | Esperance Express
After working tirelessly for over a year, the Rotary Club of Esperance committee has released its largest and most accurate telephone directory to date.
I would say there were about 20-30 of us working on the book but it’s worth it – it’s something made for the community.
Former Rotary Esperance Club President and Publicity Officer Ken Jenkyn.
Club president Rob Gurney said the 2018/19 Rotary Esperance and Districts phone book, released last week, saw thousands of edits, corrections, deletions and new entries.
“A lot of time and money has gone into making it as accurate as possible with correction and amendment forms sent to PO boxes and homes in Esperance and surrounding districts,” Mr. Gurney said.
“The Club has also checked all the landlines that appear in the book and as a result those that are no longer in use have now been deleted.
“The Shops and Services section is conveniently located at the end of the book and advertisements for local trades and services are listed in alphabetical order.
“This makes it very easy to find the most popular jobs and services in Esperance. “
The phone book, produced every two years by the club, has been printed in a convenient A5 size and will cost just $ 10.
Former club president and publicity manager Ken Jenkyn said the concise new post was a must-see for city residents and included cell phone numbers as well as email addresses.
“Most importantly, this will be the most accurate book we have published in a long time,” he said.
“We started working on it last year and we’ve been working hard on it this year to get it right.
“We actually delayed its release to make sure it was as accurate as possible.
“We sat down as a group, took several pages each, and dialed each number that was in the book.
“We are very keen that anyone who notices or finds an error in the book to please let us know or the numbers that need to be added.
“It was released in A5 size, which is great for just slipping in your glove compartment or having it with you, and it’s a good, handy book to have as some people in town aren’t good at it yet.” in computer science.
“A lot of people have argued that they could search Google faster, but it’s very concise and there are also trades at the back.
“I would say there were about 20-30 of us working on the book, but it’s worth it – it’s something that is done for the community. “
Mr. Jenkyn thanked the relevant committee for their considerable effort in producing the publication.
The 2018/19 Rotary Esperance and Districts phone book is now available on News Express Esperance, Boulevard News, Lucky Roe, Esperance Supa IGA, Esperance Ag Services, Farm and General, Pink Lake IGA and Castletown IGA.