The four Shepway Rotary Clubs combined to present a Youth Speaks Competition at the Tower Theatre on Saturday 25th January for teams from local schools. The prizes included a £100.00 for the winning schools and, courtesy of Damian Collins, and a visit to the House of Commons for the winning teams.
For more information and details of winning teams please open the attachment.
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.
The annual Christmas collection for local charities by Hythe Rotary Club members in the High Street proved once again - if any proof is needed - the generosity of members of the public in Hythe . Despite sometime appalling weather conditions people still put money into the collecting boxes as they were passing. The total collection for the eight days before Christmas was £2589 plus £370 making a grand total of £2959. Thank you to everyone for your continuing support and generosity.
Gearge Brown (picture) and other members of Hythe Rotary Club took turns manning collection points in Hythe High Street and at Sainsburys Park Farm, Folkestone.
The 20th festival of Round The Houses running was supported by near record entries and raised £1,700 towards youth projects in Shepway. Prizes were presented by Dr Jeremy Bunting of Smiths Medical International Ltd.
The picture shows members of the Stars and Stripes under 10 mini football team wearing their new kit donated by Hythe Rotary Club.
Hythe Rotary club held a charity golf day at Sene Valley on 8th April 2010 and raised £2100 for Shepway Youth projects.