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In supporting the Purple4Polio campaign, Tenterden
Rotary Club was to play our part in highlighting the fight to eradicate polio
from the World. Purple highlighting of the Town Hall and St Mildred’s gave a
pleasing background to the evening reception in the Church on 24thOctober. This included an excellent presentation using slides and video to tell
the story of Rotary’s involvement in the campaign to eradicate polio and
brought us up to date with progress made.
There were between 80 and 100 people present,
drawn mainly from all sections of the community and a street collection,
refreshments and a raffle collected around £300 to help the End Polio campaign
TenterdenRotary great to see the books we donated to a school in Malawi being well used and safely stored. Thanks you @STARFISH_MALAWI for making this possible and well done with your classroom building project