Club Matters – March 2018

RC Manora Pattukkotai — D 2981


Republic Day was celebrated at Annai Saratha orphanage with a donation of rice, groceries and toiletries which were sponsored by the Club ­Secretary for the 20 inmates. An LCD projector costing `60,000 was also presented to a government girls school by the club.


RC Kaveripattinam — D 2982


Two condolence boards were installed near the bus stand and at the Palakode road junction for bereaved families to put up obituary messages. Club President G Venkataramanan says the permanent boards will help to keep the common walls and public space neat without being defiled by obit posters.


RC Vizag Elite — D 3020


A medical camp was organised at a village near Visakhapatnam, in association with Apollo Hospitals. Besides general check-up for BP and diabetes, medical tests were conducted in ENT, gastroenterology and orthopaedic fields. Medicines were also distributed to the patients.


RC Nasik — D 3030


School kits were donated to over 1,100 students living in and around Ghoti area near Nasik. The kits included two pairs of uniforms, socks and shoes, notebooks, water bottle, school bag, geometry box and pencil box.


RC Jaipur Kohinoor — D 3054


Monthly ration was distributed to needy ­families and the project was sponsored by Rotarian ­Satyakamji. Club President O P Khadiyaji, along with other members, was present on the occasion. The ­project is being done for the last three years.


RC Vapi Riverside — D 3060


An attempt to create a Guinness record in holding the largest multi-venue quiz was made by the district with the involvement of 27 clubs from 18 ­cities. Over 6,000 teams were moderated by 160 quiz masters across 72 venues selected as per the Guinness norms. Also, 245 stewards and 70 witnesses from non-Rotary background were present to validate the process.


RC Amritsar North – D 3070


A mega medical-cum-blood donation camp was held in a slum locality where 200 people were screened for various ailments related to thyroid, sugar and bone density. Over 50 people donated blood. ­Medicines were also given.


RC Chandigarh Midtown — D 3080


A government school at Mataur village was equipped with two toilet blocks, one each for boys and girls, and the students where trained in proper hygiene and how to keep the toilets clean. The total cost of the project is `3.5 lakh and will benefit over 2,000 students.


RC Barabanki — D 3120


Well-packaged food packets were distributed to flood victims in the villages around Barabanki. A team of Rotarians also distributed eatables to those affected by the floods.


RC Pune Kalyani Nagar — D 3131


Nearly 800 needy and underprivileged people were given blankets to keep themselves warm during night. Rotarians dressed as Santa Claus distributed the woollen material at select localities such as railway station and the slums.


RC Guntur Vikas — D 3150


Sewing machines were given to needy women during the club’s Charter Day celebrations. PDG Ravi Vadlamani was the chief guest and Rtn Bruce Allen from Australia was the guest of honour.


RC Kollegal — D 3181


Renovated toilets at a government primary school in Hittaladoddy, a remote area, were ­inaugurated by DG Suresh Chengappa. He distributed study ­material, furniture and sports equipment to make the school environment healthy and attractive to the students. Wheelchairs were given to ­differently-abled persons.


RC Bangalore Vijayanagar — D 3190


A drinking water system was installed at Hegganahalli Government HS and Primary School in Peenya. DG Asha Prasannakumar donated furniture, dictionaries and educational books, sponsored by the club with global grant assistance. Furniture and books were donated to Panchasheelanagar BBMP School in Moodalpalaya under the global grant.


RC Tirupur Knit City — D 3202


Medical insurance policies were provided to ­differently-abled persons at the Sai Kirupa School in Tirupur. The total project cost is `7,500.


RC Ranipet — D 3231


A new toilet block was installed at the ­Government Boys HS School at a cost of `10 lakh. The ­sanitation facility was sponsored by Thirumalai ­Charity Trust and was inaugurated by the local MLA in the presence of Rotarians and sponsors.


RC Bokaro — D 3250


A three-day RYLA camp was organised for ­students of Classes 9 to 12 of various schools in Jharkhand. Nearly 100 students benefitted from the programme.


RC Jabalpur South — D 3261


The club felicitated the Aditya Birla Centre for ­Community Initiatives and Rural Development ­Chairperson Rajashree Birla for her philanthropic work and support to Rotary’s Polio campaign.


RC Calcutta South City — D 3291


Saplings were planted at the Khalsa English High School in Bhowanipur in association with its Interact club. Over 200 children and widows were given new clothes ahead of Durga Puja, with support from Sabuj Sporting Club, Behala.


RC Butwal — D 3292


A street musical was organised at Traffic Chowk to ­collect relief funds for flood victims. The relief amount will ­benefit 40 families in the flood-affected Narayangarh village near Madi Municipality. The club members distributed relief material to the affected villagers.

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