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We meet Fridays at 12:30 PM
Avani Gaborone Hotel & Casino
Chuma Drive
Gaborone, Botswana  Nil
Botswana
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On Saturday 30 November 2019 and Sunday 01 December 2019, 24 Rotarians assisted by Inner Wheelers, Anns and two potential members manned 4 stations at 4 supermarkets in the Gaborone area.
 
 
 
On 2nd March 10 Rotarians set out to hand out 25 wheelchairs in Mahalapye, Serowe and Lerala. The plan was that we would do handouts in Mahalapye and Serowe on the Saturday, overnight at Goo-Moremi and then do the handout in Lerala on our way back to Gaborone on the Sunday.
The Rotary team consisted of President Bill McLellan, President Elect Casmir Jongman, Assistant Governor Ignatius Ndzinge, Past Presidents John Cunliffe and Gary Lord, Rotarians Graham Burt, Tony Chigaazira, Roy Davies, Jon Major plus Rotarian Amy McBride of the Rotary Club of Montrose. Casmir brought along his two sons and the son of Rotarian Mpho Brandy Mbangiwa.
 
Meeting Responsibilities
Sergeant at Arms
Jacques, Brian
 
Deputy Sergeant at Arms
Jacques, Gloria
 
Attendance Officer
Cunliffe, John
 
Assistant Attendance Officer
Madibela, Goodwill
 
First Corporal
Selema, Rose
 
Second Corporal
Major, Jon
 
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