Rotary host induction dinner in style

Johan Wagner and Gordon Dowsett.

Rotary International is a service organisation dedicated to the upliftment of communities.

Often working behind the scenes, Rotarians help the less fortunate through community-based projects.

Last Friday, July 7, Majuba Rotary held an induction dinner at Souvenirs Hall, where new members were welcomed into its fold.

Jessica Le Grange, Allister Keet and Ronelle Ness were inducted as new members of Rotary.

Newly elected president, Andrè Wagner, was thrilled about his appointment as he committed to taking the organisation to new heights.

The new board members of the Amajuba Rotary for 2017/2018 include: Pradeep Singh, Clara du Plessis, Philip van der Walt, Andre Wagner, Phumlani Sibeko, Ashila Hanmonth and Jayshree Maharaj.

Past District Governor, Richard Tolken and his wife, Doreen were the guests of honour.

Rotary clubs were established to create a network of entities with the community’s best interests at heart. The objectives of Rotary encourage fellowship among men uniting in the ideal of service.

Through the extra manpower, Rotary would be able to extend its good influence in Newcastle.

With more than 1.2-million members in 200 countries worldwide, Amajuba Rotarians have committed themselves to taking on the most pressing humanitarian challenges alongside its fellow members.

Tersia Gopi

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