Club Information
We meet In Person
Fridays at 12:30 PM
Protea Hotel Gaborone
Masa Square, New CBD
Cnr 1st & Western Commerce Avenue
Gaborone,
Botswana
1st Friday, 4th Friday and 5th Friday (where there is one) of the month
Club Executives & Directors
President (Board Member)
President Elect (Board Member)
Treasurer (Board Member)
Secretary (Board Member)
Club Service Chairperson
Foundation Chairperson (Board Member)
IT Officer
Service Projects Chairperson (Board Member)
Youth Services Chairperson (Board Member)
Youth Exchange Officer
Membership Chairperson (Board Member)
Sergeant-at-Arms
Club Information
We meet In Person
Fridays at 12:30 PM
Protea Hotel Gaborone
Masa Square, New CBD
Cnr 1st & Western Commerce Avenue
Gaborone,
Botswana
1st Friday, 4th Friday and 5th Friday (where there is one) of the month
                     
51
YEARS OF SERVICE
IN
BOTSWANA
 
Articles
 
On Friday 3rd May, Rotarians Christina Smith, Roy Davies and Graham Burt  together with Past President Barbara Butchart and President Nominee Anna Surmon travelled 200 km north of Gaborone to Mahalapye to donate 3 bales of blankets to the Ntshegetse ke go Tshegetse Organisation.
We received a very warm reception and were serenaded by the senior citizens in attendance.
Then after the formalities we handed out 40+ blankets to those in attendance, received a certificate of appreciation and Past President Barbara inscribed Rotary Club of Gaborone on the Donation Tree.
            
 
Nine Rotarians traveled to Bakgatla Bolokank Matshelo in Mochudi which is approximately 35 km north of Gaborone. We handed over 90 blankets together with some beanies, scarves plus some toys and pencils for the children. The beanies and scarves had been donated by Botswana Insurance.
Meeting Responsibilities
Sergeant at Arms - Loyal Toast
Fashole-Luke II, Edward
 
Attendance Officer
Surmon, Anna
 
Assistant Attendance Officer
McLellan, Bill
 
4 Way Test - Collection of Fines
Smith, Christina
 
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