At the assembly on the last day of the school year at Cordwalles Juniors, John Wenger the Camberley Club's new President, presented an illustrated dictionary to each child who was moving on to their next school. He gave a brief over-view of Rotary involvement in education to all present, which included many parents.
This is becoming one of our regular and much appreciated events.
The Rotary Club of Camberley is proud to be associated with the Children With Special Needs Foundation, a charity set up by Gordon Parris, a former mayor of the town. We gave our support to their children's funfair day on the 2nd July. Around 600 children with special needs were entertained at the funfair at Frimley Green. A team of Rotarians helped to pack up party bags and then, on the day, a second team manned the car park.
Whether you are volunteering by helping your local community set up a foodbank or responding to local and international disasters, there is a project or activity to suit everyone. By volunteering with Rotary, you know that you will be changing people’s lives for the better.
Rotary can enrich your life too
Being part of Rotary is more than just giving back to the community by volunteering. It is also about you bringing your skills, experience and enthusiasm to help it thrive, whilst making some great friends along the way.
Each year, the club organises the first heat of the Rotary International Young Photographer competition, the prize giving of which took place at High Cross Church on Thursday 9th February and was presided over by John Wenger, Camberley’s Club’s President.
The theme was “Reflection” and an impressive range of technical and artistic ability was demonstrated through the 120 pieces of work on display.
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