Rotarian Klari Morvai has been an active member of Durham Elvet Rotary for over seven years. Originally from Hungary, she and her husband settled in the UK where Klari has been self-employed and has continued to work throughout the Covid pandemic. During her time with Rotary she has regularly assisted in, and donated to our fund-raising activities. including contributing to our recent "Goodwill & Happiness Boxes" for local care-homes. Sadly now, family and personal affairs mean that she is moving out of the area and consequently leaving Durham Elvet. As a token of thanks, Klari was presented with a letter of appreciation and Rotary Thank You Certificate by Durham Elvet's current president.
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Durham Elvet Rotarian Tom engaging in an interesting conversation and getting advice from "new member" Mr Potts about Rotary's views on sustainability, recycling and the organic growth of Rotary membership !more
.........from us all in Rotary, to Emma and Tracy from "One Step At A Time". They are promoting early intervention for mental health and have done a huge amount of community work during the lockdown.more
Durham Elvet Rotarian Liz Robson was taken by surprise when she was presented with a Rotary Covid 19 "Certificate of Thanks" for the community support which she has continually given over the last year. Thanks Liz.more
Welcome to Jeremiah Bear who has just received his name. Jeremiah helped Elvet Rotary raise nearly £150 in the fight to eradicate polio. This amount is matched 2-1 by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.more