By Evan Burrell, a member of the Rotary Club of Turramurra, New South Wales, Australia, and a regular contributor to this blog
If you are a member of Rotary, you probably already know that it’s one of the largest and oldest service organizations, that we try to attract good people and equip them to be even better, and that we are all about doing good works in our local communities. But what does the general public think about Rotary?
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By Nisha Kotecha, president of the Rotaract Club of Hampstead, Hendon and Golders Green, England
I know a Rotary Club that has changed the lives of hundreds, if not thousands, of young people over the years. I know this because I have attended some of their meetings. And because I am one of the lives they have changed.
The Rotary club I am referring to is one of the largest in London, so they don’t need to generate publicity around their activities. Or do they?
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District 2440 Izmir and District 2484 Thessaloniki Rotary Clubs became Twin Clubs. The sistership ceremony took place on 5 February 2015 in Izmir. Before the ceremony a Press Conference is organised. On 7 February 2015 the world known Thessloniki Choir “ARMONIA” performed a Twinning Concert at Ahmed Adnan Saygun Art Center Concert