We all learned a lot when we had a visit from a former West London nurse Max who has now returned to her native Uganda to carry on the good work.
Rotary and individual Rotary members are active in health care projects all over the world.
If you will like to be involved contact us or visit on one of our Tuesday evening meetings.
It is always a please to welcome a new member to our club and community. In this case Sujay Paul has been part of youth Rotary called Rotaract and as an entrepreneur has turned his talents to helping other young people achieve their goals
We were delighted to have a visitor Eri Mattuura from the Rotary Cliub of Himeij home of the famous white Himeji Castle and wonderful Rotarians.
Great meeting with Michael from Tanzania Rising
tT rising supports girls through school, college and university, giving them what they need to be free from poverty for life
This years president, David as well as new member Sujay and Jason, our scholar attended District Conference in Bournemouth.
Friday – on the agenda were new members, Scholars, President and District Officials had a Welcome Reception. Evening – Gipsy Kings Tribute Band played.
Saturday– Scholars parade, District Governor- Tony Sharma – Key Note Speech and other speakers including a Rotaract Member who set up a Rotaract Club after seeing the demise over the last 40 years of Rotaract and invented a new word in Rotary ‘DoGoodery’ which is what Rotary Members do. Saturday afternoon with club members enjoying Bournemouth. Saturday Evening – Jazz Evening.
Sunday – Presidents parade, Rotary International President representative spoke, plus a couple of speakers. Tony also introduced his family.
All members are invited to the International Conference in Hawaii and RIBI Conference- Volunteer Expo in the Birmingham NEC – 1-3/5/2020 (Tickets Free).
Each year members and our scholar visit the Rotary conference to meet members of other clubs and swap ideas of of community building locally and internationally
In August, Rotary of Chiswick & Brentford (Including Hammersmith Rotary Club) were supported by the local Waitrose in Chiswick in there giving something back.
Through the green tokens, we have been given a cheque of £350 to help local Charities.