The eClub of Innovation is honoured to have Dr Paul Alexander speak to us about his journey through his remarkable life. Since the age of 6 years old Paul has faced the changes brought about by being infected with Polio. He is one of last people to still rely on an iron lung to live his life. His remarkable story was captured in the book he wrote in 2020 "Three Minutes for a Dog - My Life in an Iron Lung"
back Sylvia was the first woman admitted to membership of Rotary and in this talk she tells us of the struggles to get women members admitted to the organisation. After her talk a Paul Harris is bestowed on one of our members. Who? View the video.
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A VERY SPECIAL MEETING on Wednesday 14th December 2022 @ 19.40 GMT … Farida Amiri - my escape from Kabul, Afghanistanmore
We welcome people of all ages and backgrounds to join our eClub, to use their time, talents, professional skills and energy to improving the lives of people in their local communities and others around the world.more
Rotary E-Clubs are just like traditional Rotary clubs in many respects. However, rather than having a set meeting time and place, the club members on the Internet, 24 hours a day, seven days a week and or during our weekly online club meetingsmore
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