The Rotaract Club of Limuru Installation Ceremony 2016/2017

installation2And Finally we did it…

The Rotaract Club of Limuru held their Handover and Installation Ceremony of their 5th President James Mwangi CeO and His Board of directors on Saturday 11th June 2016 at kiboko Hoghway Hotel Limuru.

The event was graced by representatives from the;
Rotary Club of Karen ; Our Amazing Sponsor Club, represented by our AG Rtn Janet Mathenge

Rotaract Club of Kikuyu ; Our Pioneer Exchange Program Club,

Love for the Child Association (LoCA)

The Green Walk Movement represented by their ambassador Hon Fiu NiFiu

Friends of the Child Kenya (FOCK) led by their Chairman Mr. Robert Githire

And This is How the event was in pictures:::::



ROTARACT CLUB OF LIMURU wishes to Thank Evryone who made this a reality.

We Sincerly Appreciate for your great hearts, Happy Souls and Amazing Spirits that truly makes us all be a Family.

We are Not Just Friends We are Family.






Presidential message June 2016


K.R. Ravindran

President 2015-16

British writer and Royal Air Force pilot Roald Dahl was also an avid photographer who carried his beloved Zeiss camera on his many adventures. At a time when each photograph had to be laboriously developed by hand, on film or glass plate negatives, he amassed a collection of hundreds of images. In later years, these photographs served as a visual record of his travels, a way to document his experiences and share them with others. Yet he always spoke of his memories as being far more vivid than the photographs could ever reflect. So many events and experiences, he said, were simply impossible to capture; they could not be adequately conveyed in images or words.

Language may fail, and photographs fade; minds are fallible, and details are lost. But some experiences, as Dahl said, never dim; they stand out in our memories, even after decades, as a wall of flame. They rear up forever over the landscape of our past, dividing our lives into what came before and what came after.

That metaphor has stayed with me throughout the past year as I have traveled the world for Rotary. For indeed, this entire year has stood, and will always stand, as a wall of flame in my mind, dividing my life into before and after.

When I think back over these 12 months, I see a bright kaleidoscope of images cascading before my eyes, day after day, week after week. The anxious parents in Chandigarh, India, hovering at the bedside of the child recovering from lifesaving heart surgery. The bright flags of Nepal fluttering over an entire village that had been rebuilt after the devastating earthquake. The feeling of awe in St. Peter’s Square at the Jubilee of Rotarians celebrated by Pope Francis. Joyful gatherings around the world, in so many countries, in so many languages – with friends I had never before met, my brothers and sisters in Rotary.

To serve as president of Rotary International is a colossal undertaking, one that cannot be truly conveyed in images or words. It is a wall of flame that will burn forever in my memory, dancing with light, shifting in shadow. A thousand images jostle together in my mind, a thousand recollections, a thousand emotions. Together, they form a great mosaic; together, they show the bright and glorious work of your hands.

As this Rotary year draws to a close, I am prouder than ever to be part of this great organization: one that makes the world not poorer, but richer; replaces despair with hope; raises up those whom fate has brought low; and is a gift to so many, while allowing each of us to Be a Gift to the World.