Club Information
We meet In Person
Fridays at 12:30 PM
The No1 Ladies Coffee House
Baratani Road
Village
Gaborone, Botswana Nil
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)
Immediate Past President (Board Member)
Treasurer (Board Member)
Secretary (Board Member)
Club Service Chairperson
Foundation Chairperson
IT Officer
Service Projects Chairperson
New Generation Chairperson
Satellite Club, Palapye Chairperson
Membership Chairperson
Public Relations
Club Information
We meet In Person
Fridays at 12:30 PM
The No1 Ladies Coffee House
Baratani Road
Village
Gaborone, Botswana Nil
Botswana
1st Friday, 4th Friday and 5th Friday (where there is one) of the month
                     
49 YEARS OF SERVICE
IN
BOTSWANA
Articles
Nine Rotarians traveled to Mochudi, which is approximately 40 km north of Gaborone, to donate of three wheelchairs in conjunction with Motlaletsi Charity Club. The wheelchairs where provided by ex Rtn Miles Nan on behalf of the Charity Association of Chinese in Botswana.
 
 
   
Jumbo were contracted to provide food packages for 4 destinations. They also undertook to deliver to the 2 destinations in Gaborone and to load our vehicles that undertook the delivery to Jwaneng and Mochudi. The distribution to SOS Children Village and Botswana Retired Nurses Society (BORNUS) in Tlokweng, Gaborone was done on the 16 January 2021, Bakgatla Bolokang Matshelo (BBM) was done on 23 January 2021 in Mochudi and to the Catholic Church in Jwaneng on 30 January 2021.
Due to COVID-19 our annual Donate a Can project had to be adjusted because of social distancing and other restriction in place.
 
Normally we would have approached individual shoppers at selected supermarkets to purchase and donate non-perishable food items to the Rotarians in attendance. These food items would then be distributed to orphan children and individuals in need.
 
Certain members of the club approach some of the companies to make a cash donation towards the purchase of food items. Canopy Centre, Freight Factors, Haas Consult, Hi Range Safari, Pesterminate, Premier Clothing, Satib, Snap Botswana, Zac Construction all made generous donations to the project. A number of Rotarians and friends also made generous donates. In total we collected P 33 400.00.
 
 
Meeting Responsibilities
Sergeant at Arms
Fashole-Luke II, Edward
 
Deputy Sergeant at Arms
Rees, Tony
 
Attendance Officer
McBride, Amy
 
Assistant Attendance Officer
McLellan, Bill
 
First Corporal - Collection of Fines
Major, Jon
 
Second Corporal - 4 Way Test
Stirling, George
 
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