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The Name is Rotary INTERNATIONAL!

The Name is Rotary INTERNATIONAL! District Governor Helen made a 'Virtual Visit' to the Rotary Club of London Centenary, the Rotary e-Club that is based in our District. With a little help from a laptop computer, Helen was able to meet and discuss Rotary with members in England, and in alphabetical order Cyprus, France, Germany, Holland, India and Zimbabwe! After giving her inspiring address to the Club, there were questions on a Youth Programme for youngsters in Uttar Pradesh to work jointly with Rotarians in London, the availability of District Assembly training sessions to e-Club Rotarians, developing the use of Rotary Ideas with a PayPal Account, and developing the Communications network within the District. With the Rotarians in central London shown above was the Rotary Global Scholar, Jeremy, who is being hosted in London by the e-Club. The meeting lasted just one hour, but a lot of Rotary was done, and new friendships were forged. With just one meeting shared by Rotarians in seven countries, e-Clubs may have a key role to fulfil in the future of Rotary. What better example can there be of "Rotary Serving Humanity"?... | Read more about The Name is Rotary INTERNATIONAL! | Added 3 weeks ago

Rotarians Shown Appreciation

Rotarians Shown Appreciation     A large number of Rotarians gathered on Tuesday 15 November 2016 at the Imperial Hotel in Central London for a dinner to receive Appreciation Awards and Certificates from The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International. Our principle guests were our District Governor, Helen Antoniou, and our Regional Rotary Foundation Coordinator and Director of Rotary Foundation UK, John Dunkley from the Rotary Club of South Foreland, near Dover. The event ran like clockwork under the masterly control of our District Rotary Foundation Chairman Tom Hunt and his team of helpers. There were certificates for many Clubs, Banners for the Per Capita Awards, and cerificates for the Clubs with the most donors to the Foundation. The Surya Varsani Award was presented to Stella Russell of the Rotary Club of London Centenary in recognition of her work for over 5 years coordinating the 30+ post graduate Rotary Scholars who come to study at the many schools of London University. John Dunkley then gave a short address describing the history of the Rotary Foundation, and outlining the difference that it is still making in the world today. All those who attended had a superb dinner, and a most enjoyable time socialising with their friends, both old and new!... | Read more about Rotarians Shown Appreciation | Added 4 weeks ago


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