3-15-16 News and Announcements

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Congratulations to the Club 29 Chorale for singing the national anthem last Friday night at the Thunder game. They made their debut on the international stage and understand they may have gotten a gig out of it and maybe a recording contract? Check out the club FB page for the video of the performance and the back stage video of the chaos prior. We had a blast. Listen to the Chorale here

New Paul Harris Fellows /Paul Harris Society

Today we honored our newest Paul Harris Fellows,
Multiple Fellows and Paul Harris Society Members.
The Club has the largest number of PHF’s in the world
and has given over a million dollars to the Foundation.
Your contributions of $100 to the RF per year through
the Every Rotarian Every Year and the Paul Harris Society has made a difference and is sustaining Rotary’s impact around the world.

These contributions have made possible many local projects
addressing the humanitarian needs of the community. And,
our Club has recently been involved in over 40 international
Grant projects by partnering with 125 other Rotary Club and
Districts at an investment of over two million dollars.

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Paul Harris Fellows

CLUB 29 GLOBAL GRANT PROJECT DEDICATIONS

Join your fellow Rotarians in Budva, Montenegro, May 30, and Riga, Latvia, June 10, for ceremonies celebrating the dedication of our Global Grant projects to supply medical equipment for the maternity department in Budva and neonatal department in Riga. The Maternity Department at the General Hospital in Budva, Montenegro will receive modern incubators, surgical tables, infant warmers, phototherapy lights, a defibrillator, an ultrasound, infusion pumps and patient monitors costing $110,000 funded by Club 29, District 5750 and several of our international Rotary partners.

The Children’s Hospital in Riga, Latvia will receive modern medical equipment for the Neonatal Department to assist patients with noninvasive ventilation, infrared spectroscopy to gasses oxygenation levels for early detection of pathology of urgent therapy costing $51,962 funded by Club 29, District 5750 and Rotary clubs in Sweden, Hungary and Latvia. See Mary Jane Calvey or Bob Medley for more details.

View Club 29 international projects since 2007  here

 

 

 

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