Serving the Cambridge community since 1922, the Rotary Club of Cambridge is a mix of business people, entrepreneurs and professionals making connections whilst working for local and international community projects.
Mission Impossible? Sunday 21 September
Rotary District and the Rotary Club of Cambridge South are organising a conference at the Leys School, Cambridge to provide an opportunity for sixth formers, teachers and supporting Rotarians to discuss issues around peace both locally and globally.
Details about the conference can be found on http://www.cambridge-southrotary.org.uk/
Bridge the Gap on 14 September
This annual event sees around 3,000 people take part in a scenic stroll around the Cambridge colleges in support of local charities.
Rotarian Paul Henry has represented the Rotary Club of Cambridge on the organising committee for six years and says ”Our members help out with the erection of gazebos, manning water stations and acting as marshals – it is always a fun event and very rewarding."
Disadvantaged children have a tragically high level of illiteracy in South Africa.
With support from the Rotary Club of Cambridge and the important link provided by Rotarian Jean Miller, the Helderberg Sunrise Club of South Africa have produced the "Kagiso Readers" into 10 schools with 6 more in the pipeline to help children to learn English which is the business language that they need for work in South Africa.
This is a project that our international committee decided to recommend and support, with the result that we have raised £3,353.75 towards this scheme which has been awarded the prestigious "Significant Achievement Award" by Rotary International.
Our treasurer Rotarian Joshua Vanneck commented "This is the power of Rotary, actively working at achievable levels"
Welcome, James Taylor
James is one of our newest members and an associate partner at the Cambridge estate agents and property consultants, Carter Jonas.
Classification: Commercial Surveying
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In the next 30 days...
International Committee meeting at the University Arms Hotel (members only)
Host - Edward Thackray, Cashier - David Spreadbury, Reception - Sally Marsh & Peter Wadhams, Projection - Tony O'Mara
Host - John Grieve, Cashier - Joshua Vanneck, Reception - Jim Stewart & Robert Burgin, Projection - Anne St Ives
Extra Hosts - Mona Forsberg, Dee Hutley, Suzanne Sutton read more »
Host - Francis Hookham, Cashier - Jim Stewart, Reception - David Jones & Sally Marsh, Projection - Jo Chan read more »
Cashier - Jeremy Waller
All welcome including Visiting Rotarians and Guests of Members
but seven days notice required
Host - Patsy Glazebrook, Cashier - Richard Summerfield, Reception - Julian Landy & Jenny Shaw, Projection - Nigel Neville read more »
We meet on Tuesdays atvarious times at the Gonville Hotel, Cambridge, except Guest Evenings and Christmas Lunch held at the venues shown in the Programme. Note, 7 days notice is necessary for booking a meal. Please do not phone the hotel.
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