What an amazing organisation Humphry Davy School Interact Club is! Through ongoing fundraising, including recent cake stalls and non-uniform days, the club has raised £500 to help victims of the war in Ukraine. The money will be added to the £1,300 already raised by Mounts Bay Rotary and sent to Eastern Europe where local Rotarians will support refugees from the war who are now homeless due to no fault of their own. Headmaster Bill Marshall and PE teacher Sarah Stovell, along with Interactors Oscar Simmons, Kit Simmons, Daisy Hudson and Elsie Hudson handed over the cheque to Del James, incoming President of Mounts Bay Rotary.
Incidentally, Oscar Simmons (president of the Interact Club) recently received the Sir Humphry Davy Prize for proficiency in Chemistry and Physics from the Mayor of Penzance.
To find out more about what we do, join us or apply for a grant, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to John on 07814 920004.
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more Mount’s Bay Rotary has stepped in with a training grant to help Abi reach her potential in the Paris Paralympics in 2024
more Planting trees for the planet and in memory of our friend Peter Edwards.
more Facing up to climate change
more Food, wine and entertainment provided!
more Rotarians Easing Problems of Dementia
more Beach cleaning at Sandy Cove (we presume the naming of this pebble beach is ironical)
more “Know your blood pressure day” in Newlyn, always attracts a steady stream of people to have their blood pressure checked.
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