A Rotarian abroad

Sat, Jan 25th 2014 at 12:00 am- Mon, Feb 3rd 2014 - 12:00 am

In a 12,500 mile goodwill and fact finding tour RC Stevenage Grange's International Chairman will visit Clubs and projects in Pakistan and Nepal. Do support his initiative & make a donation to our Charity account.

The three week tour, which of course is personally funded, will embrace visits and talks with Rotarians about some 11 existing projects as well as others that might be promoted to further goodwill and understanding between our nations.

In addition to visiting Rotarians and organisations in Karachi which has partnered with the Club to organise over 4,100 surgeries for less

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