We ran a competition for local school children to design a logo to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of Staines Rotary.
The winning entry was submitted by Kiran Merhas, a pupil at Staines Preparatory School. Kiran said that “My logo represents a sharing and welcoming community spirit, that is why I have two individual hands shaking amicably. I also wanted to keep the theme of the Rotary wheel, keeping the colours vibrate, happy and strong”.
There is also a nod towards the NHS rainbow to symbolise the great work they have done for all of us during the pandemic.
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2020 marked the 10th year that Staines Rotary had presented every child in Year 5 at all the Primary Schools in Staines and Laleham with an Usborne Illustrated Dictionary, which help them with their school work.more
Over the Easter holidays this year, five students from the Matthew Arnold School were selected to attend a five-day youth leadership course run by the Surrey Outdoor Learning and Development at the centre in High Ashurst, on behalf of Rotary.more