Club Matters – January 2018 issue

RC Rasipuram — D 2982


M Selvakumari, spouse of club member T P Venkatachalapathy and a teacher in a municipal school, donated Rs 10,000 to the Rotary Polio Fund. The amount was the prize money she got as part of the Dr Radhakrishnan Best Teacher Award from the State. She herself is a polio victim.


RC Karur Amaravathi — D 3000


The Rotarians provided toilet and water facilities and sports material to benefit the students of two government schools in Karur. They also gifted crackers for the rural children to enjoy Diwali.


RC Faridabad Sanskar — D 3011


Past president Sandeep Singhal, along with spouse Kavita, met the the President of India Ramnath Kovind at the Rashtrapati Bhavan and briefed him of Rotary’s contribution to the welfare of the people.


RC Kothapeta — D 3020


The club organised several competitions for school children in Kothapeta. Nearly 100 mementoes and certificates were given to the winners.


RC Nasik Midtown — D 3030


A three-day RYLA was held for 50. Adivasi students who hail from a remote hamlet. Lectures on career opportunities and skill development activities were arranged for them. DG K S Rajan inaugurated the RYLA.


RC Mandvi — D 3054


To assist pilgrims visiting the Matanamadh temple in Kutch, 32 camps were set up. The Rotarians visit the camps regularly to inspect food hygiene, hand wash system and replenish medicine stocks. Recently, four Best Camp Awards were given away in the presence of DGN Niraj Bhai Sogani.


RC Amreli City — D 3060


The Rotarians presented education kits to the ­students of Aamba Primary School in Amreli and conducted programmes to inculcate interest in various subjects.


RC Jammu Midtown — D 3070


The club members visited a home for visually-challenged girls in Roopnagar and donated groceries, spices and cooking oil for the benefit of the inmates. They also distributed travel bags to the girls.


RC Karnal Midtown — D 3080


To mark the occasion of Annapurna Diwas, the club served food to 500 people at Manav Sewa Sang in Karnal. The Rotarians also educated them on health and sanitation habits.


RC Greater Karnul — D 3160


An awareness programme on handwashing was held at the MP Elementary School. Watercans, soaps and brochures detailing correct handwash procedure were distributed to the students.


RC Dharwad Central — D 3170


In a green initiative titled ‘Each one, sow one’, seed balls were prepared and sown around the region. The Rotarians also planted around 100 saplings in the town. Suresh Babu, Director, International Services, has taken the responsibility of rearing the plants.


RC Kollegal Midtown — D 3181


A water purifier was donated to the Hosur Government School to provide clean and pure drinking water for teachers and students. The teachers thanked Rotary for their thoughtful gesture.


RC Parur — D 3201


A stainless steel handwash unit was installed at the Government L P School, Perupadanna, for the benefit of the students. The school was adopted by the club 15 years ago.


RC Tirupur Gandhinagar — D 3202


Over 1.45 lakh people including 75,000 tribal villagers in Gudalur hill area will benefit from a freezer box donated by the club to Rotary Gudalur Valley as part of building its public image in the district. The cost of the project is Rs 1.15 lakh.


RC Udiyankulangara — D 3211


The club distributed food, clothes to the ­people living at the Neyyar Wildlife area near ­Thiruvananthapuram. Notebooks and stationery were given to the school-going children.


RC Tirupattur — D 3231


The Rotarians gave T-shirts and stationery material to the students of Sevathur Government School in the town to motivate them to attend school regularly.


RC Malda Central — D 3240


Bhai Duj (Brother’s Day) was celebrated with transgenders who were overwhelmed by the reception and warm acceptance they got from the Rotarians. Rotaractors also took part in the event.


RC Jabalpur South — D 3261


Health camps were conducted in various localities and for schoolchildren with the help of doctors from the government hospital. A cancer screening camp was also organised.


RC Cuttack Silvercity — D 3262


Dustbins were donated to the Shelter Primary School in Cuttack to promote the habit of cleanliness among the students. The teachers appreciated the thoughtful gesture of the Rotarians which will help the school to maintain a trash-free ambience.

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