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on Aug 10, 2015
They said it couldn't be done. They said we couldn't kick polio out of Africa. Thank goodness - and Rotary - they were wrong.
on Oct 23, 2015
As Rotarians from 32 Clubs in District 9350 make their way to Worcester (Western Cape) for Mini-Conference, 1000s more, worldwide, will be marking World Polio Day.
In one of the more unusual events, Rotaract, the long-established youth arm of Rotary and now a full Rotary Partner, have initiated a worldwide Thunderclap. At 10:00 CDT on 24 October, a one-time message and video link be posted on consenting social media subscribers' profiles in a 'shout' that's sure to be heard around the world. To join the Thunderclap, sign up here.
You can also participate by donating to the polio cause and you will have your donation tripled - yes, TRIPLED - by a match from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. To make your contribution click here.
And for those D9350 who are still awake at 00:30 (SA Time) on the 24th, there's a live-streaming global status update with TIME Senior Editor Jeffrey Kluger, UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake, Emmy Award-winner Archie Panjabi, Grammy Award-winner Angelique Kidjo, The Doctors and more.
on Oct 19, 2015
Rotarians in Rotary District 9350, which encompasses Angola, Namibia and Western South Africa, will gather this weekend in Worcester for mini-conference, an energising event designed to share best-practice and resource the volunteer members of the world's largest service organisation.
From as far afield as Angola to Mossel Bay, Rotarians will gather at Goudini Spa for a programme that tackles "Keeping the Lights on in SA", "Teen Entrepreneurship" and "Early Childhood Development".
Breakaway sessions will deal with the very wide world of Rotary engagement and funding of projects, for which Rotary has an extraordinary legacy and "The future is our youth" is sure to generate far-reaching discussion.
To learn more about the Rotary organisation, click here.
on Oct 11, 2015
From Graham Parkhurst, Kromboom Rotary.
Our club combined with RC Wynberg and Constantia at the Seawinds Community Centre in Military Road for the Rotary Family Health Day event . This is the same centre we were at last year and this year saw a threefold increase in numbers.
on Oct 07, 2015
Our Rotary Family Health Days (RFHD) are in the news, much in the news, as our coverage on the airwaves and this clip from the Sunday Argus show.
On air, our regional languages are all represented with ads and editorial coverage on 567 Cape Talk, RSG (Radio Sonder Grense) and Radio Zibondele.
If you're out working at one of our District's 44 RFHD stations, thank you for your support. We know you will have a few busy days ahead but are sure you will find them stimulating and rewarding.
Well done to all who are making this happen and for those who'd like to learn more, click here .......
on Oct 04, 2015
This year’s Rotary Family Health Days campaign in South Africa will be big in every sense of the word. It spans three Rotary Districts, 9400, 9370 and 9350. It brings together many volunteers and healthcare workers across the private and public sector. (3 Mins to learn more....)
Posted by PDG Vyv Deacon
on Aug 24, 2015
DISTRICT 9350 LITERACY COMMITTEE
The Literacy Committee plans on compiling a list of the various literacy and numeracy projects being undertaken by clubs in our District. If the project that your club is involved in is not listed below, please contact me so that I can add it to the list.
Close to 200 excited young minds were keen to share their ideas to make a difference in their communities at the recent Rotary Interact Training workshop hosted at SACS Junior School.
Uncle Pauls Christmas Parties
Groot ConstantiaNov 25, 2015 6:00 PM –
Dec 22, 2015 6:00 PM
Oom Piet's Christmas Parties
Marco Polo ClubDec 04, 2015 6:30 PM –
Dec 12, 2015 9:30 PM
Cape Town Carols at Kirstenbosch
Kirstenbosh Botanical GardensDec 17, 2015 5:00 PM –
Dec 20, 2015 10:00 PM
Rotary Economic Development Conference
Kelvin Grove ClubFeb 27, 2016
Last Night of the Proms 2016
Cape Town City HallMar 19, 2016 – Mar 20, 2016