Leamington and Warwick Rotaract Club
Photograph shows the Rotaract members after the 2017 RotaRun
Visit the main website of the Rotaract Club of Leamington and Warwick from HERE
The Rotary Club of Royal Leamington Spa in District 1060 are delighted to be asked to sponsor the re-vitalised Rotaract Club of Leamington and Warwick.
The inaugural meeting of the new Club was held on 27th January at Warwick University. We welcome enquiries from young adults aged 18 - 30 either in full time education or who are already following a career in the workplace.
A Rotaract application form can be downloaded from our Facebook profile.
Our twice monthly meetings will alternate between the Angel Hotel, Leamington Spa and the Warwick University, any changes to the venue, the dates and meeting times will be posted on our Facebook profile. Facebook will be the main means of communication
Our club has an International feel as many of our members are from Europe and further afield, studying at Warwick University besides members living and working around Royal Leamington Spa which makes for very different and exciting beginnings
Rotaract is basically a Rotary Club for young adults aged 18 - 30 and has a sponsoring Rotary Club, in this case it is the Rotary Club of Royal Leamington Spa. The Rotaract Club is run on similar lines as the main club with a President, Secretary, Treasurer and various committees
The Leamington and Warwick Rotaract Club is unlike most other Rotaract Clubs in that it is truly International with members representing over 12 countries world-wide. The Club has already forged links with the Rotaract Club Warsaw Frederick Chopin in Poland and the Rotaract Club of Nairobi in Kenya
The Club's first project has been to support the AKA project where the Rotaract and Rotary Club have joined forces to support the girls in the Brydges Centre School in Kajiado County, Nairobi. The Brydges Centre School provides education for students who are orphaned and destitute, including abandoned and abused street children
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