Club Matters – January 2020

RC Chidambaram Central — RID 2981


The club joined hands with Mishrimal Mahaveer Chand Trust to distribute tablets to prevent dengue to 1,000 beneficiaries at the bus stand. ­Anti-dengue campaign is one of the regular ­activities of the club.


RC Salem South — RID 2982


Under its Amudha Surabhi Project, the club donated 500 kg of rice to Thai Madi Trust run by a transgender. Over 100 people benefit from the programme every month.


RC Madurai North — RID 3000


A set of Sensory Integration Therapy tools to treat autism in children was donated to the paediatrics section of the Government Rajaji Hospital. DG Dr A Zameer Pasha handed over the tools to the hospital authorities.


RC Rewari Main — RID 3011


Sweaters and books were donated to students of a government high school. A painting contest was organised for the students.


RC Smart City Chandrapur — RID 3030


DG Rajendra Bhamre inaugurated a bus shelter ­constructed by the club on Nagpur Road. The facility will provide shelter to commuters during all seasons.


RC Indore Meghdoot — RID 3040


A medical camp was held on World Diabetes Day in which 75 patients were screened for various ailments including blood sugar, BP and BMI as per the NCD guidelines given by RI Director Bharat Pandya.


RC Alwar — RID 3053


Rotarians distributed warm clothes, shawls, sweaters and blankets to pavement dwellers to keep them warm during winter. The activity enhanced the public image of Rotary.


RC Senoras Jamnagar — RID 3060


A check-up camp was held to mark World Diabetes Day in which around 100 people were tested for blood sugar levels. The camp was held in partnership with Jamnagar Mahanagar Palika at the Lakota lake ground.


RC Amritsar North — RID 3070


Sweaters and socks were distributed to students of Bimla Nanda Rotary Community Centre at Mohkampura locality in the city. The beneficiaries thanked the club for this gesture as the garments will keep them warm in the winter months.


RC Panvel Elite — RID 3131


Bicycles were given to 25 students in the tribal villages of Sindhalachi Wadi and surrounding areas in the Pen taluk.


RC Mumbai Kandivli West — RID 3141


PDG Prafull Sharma inaugurated three renovated ­classrooms at Dyaneshwar School. The project costing ₹2.75 lakh will benefit over 200 students.


RC Pandaripuram — RID 3150


DG P Shivannarayana Rao participated in an anti-plastic drive organised by the club. Cloth bags were distributed to the people and the club members educated the public about the harm caused by plastics to the environment.


RC Mangaluru Central — RID 3181600---RC-Mangaluru-Central-—-RID-3181

Rotary Orphanage Olympics was conducted for over 600 children from 10 different homes in and around the district at the Canara High School. It was a day of fun-filled games and cultural events for the orphans. Legislator Vedavyasa Kamath inaugurated the event.


RC Tirupati — RID 3190


The club donated around 100 stainless steel stools to the SVRR Government Hospital to enable family members of patients to sit comfortably. DG Sameer Hariani participated in the programme.


RC Ramnad Royals — RID 3212


A renovated toilet block costing ₹2 lakh was inaugurated by PDG Dr Chinnadurai Abdullah at the Government High School at Vaniangulam village in the district as part of WinS project. A handwash station and 5,000-litre drinking water tank with connecting lines were also set up.


RC Madras Central — RID 3232


A Happy School Project was completed at the Government Girls Higher Secondary School with upgrades to infrastructure and basic amenities at a cost of around ₹25 lakh. The new facilities benefitting 4,000 students were inaugurated by DG G Chandramohan in the presence of government officials.


RC Durgapur — RID 3240


In a week-long camp, over 150 artificial legs and calipers were given to needy people. The club also fed around 750 people including attendants of the beneficiaries free of cost. The project was held with support from the Mahavir Seva Sadan, Kolkata.


RC Damoh — RID 3261


An eye camp was held at the local hospital in which around 140 patients were screened and treated for various illnesses due to blood sugar levels. Thirty-five patients were given free glasses and medicines were distributed to the needy at the camp.


RC Bhadrak — RID 3262


The club’s Awards Committee has been giving scholarships to needy, meritorious students and organisation in need of funds for their service activities. With a corpus of ₹50 lakh, the committee also gives financial assistance to underprivileged patients.

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