Club Matters – February 2018 issue
RC Villupuram — D 2982
The club donated ceiling fans and mosquito nets to Suddha Sanmarkha Payirchchi Nilayam, an NGO which provides food and shelter to 70 orphans and over 40 homeless people in Cuddalore.
RC Bhopal Midtown — D 3040
A quiz competition was held in which 850 students from 15 higher secondary schools in the city took part and displayed their knowledge on diverse subjects.
RC Panipat South — D 3080
An ambulance van was donated to the community and it will be maintained by Jan Sewa Dal. The vehicle will be used to carry underprivileged patients to the hospitals. It will help more than 500 patients every year benefitting the working class in this textile town.
RC Bareilly Metro — D 3110
A sub-junior badminton tournament was organised in which 80 players from different schools took part. This was held as a promotional event for the juniors.
RC Allahabad North — D 3120
Forty sweepers of a ward in Allahabad were honoured with clothes, towels and household items as part of Diwali celebrations.
RC Chinchwad — D 3131
A dental and haemoglobin check-up camp was held for children at Malawali. Dental procedures were performed and dental kits were distributed to the children.
RC Ambernath West — D 3142
A borewell was installed at the club’s adopted school which would benefit 15 nearby villages. The project cost `65,000 and the school had sent a letter of appreciation thanking Rotary for solving water shortage in the locality.
RC Nellore — D 3160
The club organised three health camps in which 300 people were screened and free medicines were given to the patients. Fifteen people were recommended for eye surgeries.
RC Sangli — D 3170
Sangli legislator Sudhir Gadgil inaugurated a rooftop solar power project. The project was executed in association with The Rotary Silver Jubilee Trust.
RC Padubidri — D 3182
A health camp for garment industry workers was held with the help of a government hospital in which nearly 150 people were screened for various ailments.
RC Tumkur East — D 3190
A five-day eye camp was held, in partnership with the NHAI, in which spectacles were distributed to 400 truck drivers at Karajeevanahalli in Sirsa taluk. Ten optometrists from Globe Eye Foundation Hospital, Hosakote, screened the patients. The total cost of the project was `2 lakh.
RC Udumalpet Tejas — D 3202
The National Library Week was celebrated at the Udumalpet library. Club President S Nagaraj inaugurated the event. A science exhibition was also held for school students.
RC Alleppey — D 3211
Under the Hope Project, an operation theatre at the Alleppey General Hospital was renovated at a cost of `1.5 lakh. It was inaugurated by Municipal Chairman Thomas Joseph and the plaque was unveiled by DG Suresh Mathew.
RC Tinnevelly — D 3212
An awareness rally on dengue was organised with nearly 500 students taking part in it. The event received support from the district administration, Corporation and the health department.
RI District 3231
An e-learning kit was donated to government higher secondary school in Gudiyattam under the Schools into Smiles project. DG K Jawarilal Jain presented the kit to the school authorities. The project will benefit nearly 400 students.
RC Siliguri Midtown — D 3240
In partnership with RC Birtamode Midtown, D 3292, the Rotarians distributed new clothes, under the theme Maitri, in Nepal. Club President Ashish Gupta, along with Rotarians from both the clubs, distributed stationery, medicines and sanitary items to the underprivileged and schoolchildren.
RC Darbhanga — D 3250
A Happy School project was completed at Adarsh Madhya Vidyalaya. District Magistrate Chandrasekhar Singh inaugurated four renovated toilets, new water facilities, library and handed over sports equipment to the faculty. Over the last few months, the club provided several other facilities also for the school.
RC Ballygunge Uptown — D 3291
Mosquito nets were distributed at the dengue-infested area of Picnic Garden in association with Ganasasthya Committee of Young Stars Club. The initiative scaled up the public image of Rotary in the neighbourhood.
RC Lumbini Siddharthanagar — D 3292
A mega health camp, along with a food distribution programme, was organised for the flood victims in the Marchawar area. All the clubs participated in the project benefitting over 800 people who were given free medicines after a health check-up.