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The exhibition takes place every 2 years, the last one being at the
Charmandean Centre on Saturday 3rd March 2018.
A potted history of Rotary International
Making contaminated water drinkable
A miscellany of pictures
Our cub's collaboration with Worthing Speakers' Club
Opportunity for those under exceptional circumstances and who are unable to obtain funding from statutory authorities- local or national
Photo marking the beginning of the Rotary year on 1st July
Rotary Kids Out Day, held each June, is supported by Rotary Clubs throughout the country
Quiz Night to raise funds for ShelterBox
Lifelites provides specialist technology for children's hospices across the British Isles
A seven day residential course for young people in their teens to hone their leadership potential
This is a Rotary competition to encourage young people to exercise their talents with the written word.
Sue Baldock, immediate past president hands over a cheque for £1000 to the local homeless charity 'Turning Tides'.
The Three Forts Marathon is the special one as it is approx 27.2 miles and covers rough terrain and steep climbs. The proceeds go to a local charity.
A charity our club supports which supplies emergency shelter when natural disasters occur
Picture shows Past President Sally Nowak, dog Poppy and club member Haydn Smith and wife Gail preparing to walk the South Downs Way for charity.
Two young men. nominated and sponsored by our club who visited us to receive their RYLA Award Certificates
A Rotary national annual competition conducted firstly locally then on a knock-out basis as rounds proceed to an eventual winner
An account of the spectacular scheme to remove Polio from the whole world
Following the death of Tony Hill his family have commissioned a memorial glass panel in his memory on Worthing Pier
Walk along Worthing Promenade
The picture shows a larger project than ours and illustrates
the scope of sand dams that can be used for quite big communities.
Several members did a walk along Worthing seafront to raise awareness and to sponsor Turning Tides
School pupils take part in public speaking contests with an audience present
Photo of Claire Rogers overall winner of the Three Forts Marathon 2017 with the Mayor of Worthing Cllr.Sean McDonald. This was a remarkable achievement.
The new certificate is reproduced herewith.
We shall celebrate our centenary in 2022