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The District Governor of District 9211 Tanzania and Uganda who came to visit the Children's Centre in Bucence Village South Western Uganda which currentlyprovides a home for 15 abandoned and needy children. He immediately took to three year old Moses who we found when he was just two weeks old, abandoned and left to die in a tied up plastic sack.
12 Teams of five took part in the 2013 Rotary Challenge, competing at archery (above) and five other events. A great day was had by competitors and spectators alike.
The event raised £940 for charity, £800 of which has already been allocated to the Teenage Cancer Trust, a charity Rotary Club of Hythe already supports.
Rotary President John Gabris hands cheque to Head Teacher Sara Wakefield, as once again the Rotary Club of Hythe supports a project that enhances the local community.
The Club identified a need for audio-visual presentation equipment at local Palmarsh Primary School. Unfortunately, in the current economic climate, the school did not have access to funding for a permanent projector and screen in the school hall. This was something needed for lessons, daily assembly and entertainment for the entire school.
Six members and partners from Hythe enjoyed sharing an Indian Meal with friends from our contact club at Abbeville. The meal was a organised by Abbeville Rotarian Anton Joseph to raise funds to build a little house in South India. For 25 euros we enjoyed an aperitif, a three course meal with wine at the table, a great atmoshphere and real Rotary Fellowship.