Rotary the World Over Day 23 February 2015

Mon, Feb 23rd 2015 at 12:00 am - 12:00 am

Celebrating Rotary's 110 Anniversary - all 4 Luton Clubs presenting


Rotary the World Over Day

More than 80 Rotarians from the four Luton Rotary clubs and guests gathered at the Pavilion, Bowling Green Lane, Luton, on February 23 to celebrate Rotary The World Over Day on the110th anniversary of the formation of Rotary. Welcoming everyone to the event Alastair Hay, president of Luton North Rotary Club, the hosts for the day, said: "Rotary is the world's largest service organisation with more than 2 million members with clubs in most countries." Lord Bill McKenzie in his summary at the end of the event said: " There is a need to get the word out what Rotary does."

This event was arranged to do just that.
Rotary has a big influence in world affairs. It has the ear of governments, the World Health Organisation, big business and the world's leading philanthropists including Bill Gates (Founder of Microsoft) the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Michael R. Bloomberg, former Salomon Brothers financier, multi-billionaire and three times Mayor of New York City. Rotary gets involved in major projects world-wide such as sand dams to act as reservoirs, equipment to protect against Malaria, aids, eye camps, disaster boxes, funding help with Ebola and since 1985 has been the inspiration to eradicate polio globally spending more than

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Wolfsburg visit April 2014

Club visit to Wolfsburg to mark their 50th Anniversary

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Dialysis room at the hospital

A Luton North RC Rotary Foundation Global Grant for $38,000 has been agreed to the main hospital in Jalandhar, Punjab India

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The Rotary Bandstand Wardown Park Luton

The bandstand is now complete and situated in the lovely Wardown Park, Luton

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Photo's of visitors to the Club

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Equipment handover by Rotary Club of BhopalMidTown to the hospial

Rotarian from Rotary Club Bhopal Town visit the hospital to discuss project details for the Dialysis equipment

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Presiden tGeoff presented Hazel Davies with a Paul Harris Fellowship Award

Lunch with wives, partners, and friends

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Global Mercy now fully sea worthy and in Antwerp for last fitting out. Will be in Rotterdam next March

Luton North donated to the record breaking Global Grant of $1.125 million to purchase equipment for the new ship Global Mercy cosing $185 million built in China.

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Celebrating Rotary's 110 Anniversary - all 4 Luton Clubs presenting

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A Luton North Global Grant provides a Humphrey Field Analyser Machine for Sewa Sadan Eye Hospital in Bhopal, India .

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Presentation at Keech Hospice Care

During the pamdemic we support the local Luton Food Bank and Keech Hospice Care.

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Details Club Community and Vocational work

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Ambulance for purchase to be converted as Mobile Clinic

Rotary Foundation - Rotary's own charity

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Fellowship Committee

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Membership matters-full club activity being encouraged

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History highlights of Luton North Rotary Club on a year by year basis

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