Rotaract Date at the Movies

……”Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to violence, the word and the act.”. ..
You cant afford to miss this Special Date at the Movies…
To all Rotaractors, Friends and Guests, and to all movie addicts, this is the best way to run down Saturday evening in style..
Its going to be FUN, FUN, JUST CRAZzzzyyy FUN…
Terracotta Place VIP Lounge Limuru
Saturday 25th July 2015
From 4:00pm till late..
Contact Person: Rose Wa Tom 0700 235 876
Karibu Tena Sana…#KosaUlaleNje..

Rotaract Movie Date

Rotaract Movie Date

The President’s Show

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Yeeess!!!.. You got it right.. It’s the PRESIDENT’s SHOW …

Happy New Rotary Year 2015/2016.

And to kick start our calender year here we have the most unique of its kind…The Presidents Show… With the New Board Handed over the tools and weapons of Power its time to brace ourselves for another New Era under our New President Sir. Simon Muturi..

Come Join us as he shares his Inauguration Speech outlining what he Hopes and plans to make beautiful in the club as we get to be a GIFT TO THE WORLD..

Unforgettable experiences, great company and a thrilling captivating speech from our President will make this Sunday be one worth a star on your calender.

Come Network, Fellowship and lets make a Toast for another great Year ahead.

See you at Terracotta VIP Lounge Limuru .

For details Call our

Secretary: Sarah: 0726 879 507

PR Director: Rowzy;  0700 235 876

Club Service Director: Shiru: 0728 467 467

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Happy New Rotary Year!

Rotary Voices

150209_burrellBy Evan Burrell, a member of the Rotary Club of Turramurra, New South Wales, Australia, and a regular contributor to this blog

It’s another new Rotary year, and with it come more decisions, responsibilities, and — more important — some inspiration.

A new Rotary year is a great time to make a fresh start. So how do you get off to a good start? That’s a question many Rotary members ask themselves when 1 July rolls around. Some dive straight in and make a big SPLASH! Others ease into it a little more gently.

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