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The presentation of a cheque for £1000 to James Bagge for his charity Norfolk Carers.
24 September 2021 was the 95th anniversary of the Club receiving its charter from RI.
Michael Pellizzaro and Pip Rippengill have been awarded Paul Harris Fellowships at the (delayed) Presidential changeover on 26 July
The official changeover was delayed to 26 July although the new President took office on 1 July.
The major fund-raising event of the year is a Golf Day held at Middleton Golf Club
A group of members have been involved in litter picking to help the community
40 teams from across Norfolk each walked 375 miles - the distance from Norwich Cathedral to Notre Dame in Paris - to raise money for charity.
Recently Club members, family and friends volunteered to help a fund-raising event organised by the Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House
In February 2014 the Club held a dinner in honour of the Duke of Edinburgh, an Honorary Member since the late 1970s.
The Club recently gave a donation of £250 to West Norfolk Young Carers and provided 45 Easter eggs for the children
The Rotary Club of King's Lynn has supplied 121 laptops to 20 local primary schools to aid home learning
Boxes of goodies for patients at the local hospital
Over a number of years grassy areas of King's Lynn have bee planted with crocuses each autumn to produce spring flowers
A Paul Harris Fellowship has recently been awarded to Past President Geoff Cheney
Each year the Club donates Usborne Illustrated dictionaries to children in local primary schools
Only a limited number of people will attend the ceremony in the Tower Gardens
The Town Hall and Corn Exchange in King's Lynn were lit up in purple to celebrate World Polio Day on 24 October
The Rotary Youth Speaks Competition is designed to support & encourage the development of effective communication skills.
Following this planting session, The Rotary Club of King's Lynn will have (over a period of 6 years) planted 45,000 purple crocus corms on the verges and roundabouts of King's Lynn.
A public speaking competition organised by Rotary. There are local, district, regional and national rounds,