He said the number one Rotary priority - throughout the world - was to eradicate polio forever, a promise which was made in 1985.And last year there were only 22 cases of the disease reported in the world.Gill Cox, Chair of SCG Equality & Diversity Committee, has written to the club on behalf of the Board of Governors, Principal and CEO and the College’s Equality and Diversity Committee, to thank the club for its donation of £150 to sponsor prizes.Said Gill: “The College has received some lovely verbal feedback and thanks, not only from nominees, but parents, teachers and committee members.He was speaking to members of Shrewsbury Severn Rotary Club, only his third club visit in just nine days after taking office.Underlining the new Rotary theme of 'Be The Inspiration,' he outlined his priorities for 2018/19: End Polio Now, Foundation (Rotary's own charity), membership, projects and marketing/PR.It was a lovely event.” She thanked past President Colin Sharp for taking the time to attend the ceremony as well as presenting the awards and certificates and showing ‘real interest and encouragement’ to students.
Ashley Gray, newly appointed District Governor for Rotary in Shropshire, has set out the five major activities he considers important for the next year.
I am going to do my best to follow your example and concentrate on enjoying our time in Rotary, as I firmly believe that everything we do for the community originates from the friendship and common interest that we share.
Let's have a good year." The club has agreed to donate £250 to Sarah Bright and the Charleston Dance Group who are holding an event in the Quarry on September 22 when they hope to break the world record for the number of people participating in the dance.
We don't want to lose traditional clubs, but we need to make things different to attract people into other clubs alongside us.
"Our challenge is to get a succession plan in place as a legacy to go forward with Rotaract and Interact clubs the best way to deliver this." He said that projects, including Christmas lunches for people in need, were not just writing a cheque and handing it over "Young people don't want that, they are not interested at all.
She said that during her Mayoral year she had been impressed that so many people wanted to share their time, skills and resources with those who needed help that this inspired her to set up Share Shrewsbury.“Share Shrewsbury is based on the simple idea of sharing what we have with others.