Read on … every club in D9930 can participate in this unique programme. You’ll want your club to get invovled!
out there were no jobs for forestry for women she chose to study economics instead.
When she graduated she joined the Public Service in Treasury because there was no equality of pay for women in the private sector.
These will be held on Saturday 1 October. Rotary clubs have been asked to help. Fairfield Rotary has been allocated Glenview New World site, from 10.00am to 2.00pm. Please let Mike Cahill know if you can help. This is an important community service and an opportunity to publicise Rotary.
Rose Moeke. Ashleigh-Rose topped the list of the successful candidates. The $4,000-course fee was paid by the J R McKenzie Trust, whilst this club provided airfares and other transport. Ashleigh who is 16 years old, lives in Waimarama and is a student at Havelock North High School told us apart the experience.
Legendary singer and polio survivor Donovan Leitch, better known simply as Donovan, has joined Rotary in its fight to eradicate the paralyzing disease that afflicted him during much of his childhood.
Donovan contracted polio at age three in Glasgow, Scotland. The disease weakened his right leg and left it thinner and shorter than the other. Confined to his bed for much of his childhood, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame singer said his father would read him poetry.
Amongst the guests were three doctors from the Otorohanga Medical Centre team, Dr. Jo Ann Francisco, Dr. Bhanu Sivakumar and Dr. Russ Fernandez and from the Otorohanga Physio. Clinic, physiotherapist Kara Thomas.
From President Robin : Greetings everyone Wonderful to see you at the fertiliser bagging on Wednesday. Sure was a bit dusty and a distinct odour definitely permeated the air.
Co-hosted by UNICEF, the event will highlight recent milestones: In July, Nigeria marked one year without a case of polio caused by the wild poliovirus, and in August, the entire African continent celebrated one year without a case. Jeffrey Kluger, health and science editor at Time magazine, will serve as moderator, joining other health experts, including UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake and polio ambassadors.
The event, which drew 23,000 viewers in 24 countries last year, will be available on social media and will be rebroadcast immediately on endpolio.org. Clubs can host their own activities to help raise awareness and funding for our final push to eradicate polio worldwide.
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