Around District  9800

On the morning of Saturday 25 May 2024, a significant landslide levelled a village in the Enga Province of PNG. 
 
Rotary will assist in the recovery period with food, water and other items needed, such as clothing, bedding and shelter and work in partnership with local authorities and the PNG Government. 
 
How might we in D9800 help? Read on.
Rotary Hoppers Crossing's International Committee have recently completed an exciting project that will help provide a better standard of health care for hospitalised patients in three African countries; Ghana, Uganda, and Nigeria. The project has involved sending high-quality surgical instruments to health clinics and hospitals in the 3 African countries.
When Rotary Hawthorn awarded its inaugural Service to Senior’s Award to the recipient, Margot Boyle, there was certainly no expectation that this would involve the audience singing along to a three part “Fish and Chips and Vinegar”!  Through great control, MC Dorothy Gilmour kept it together and Rotarians and guests found themselves in sync with the joyful shanty.
What a privilege! Rotarians meeting, conversing, laughing and sharing beautiful African, Indian and Malaysian cuisine with 75 inspirational women and three men at the Changepreneurs’ International Women’s Day Event 2024.
We are now beginning to move into the ‘Change’ stages of the Regionalisation Pilot that will see us ready for a revised approach to be implemented from 1 July.
 
Our Governor team is working with the Steering Group to ensure a smooth transition for all clubs and to assist everyone in understanding what this change will mean. 
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