In celebration of Nelson Mandela, Lina, Brian, Hugh, Biffy, Derek, Jackie, Simisha and Imran braved the cold and damp and headed for Mdzananda Animal Clinic in Khayelitsha. They rolled up the sleeves and proceeded to build 2 kennels out of old packaging crates.
Mdzananda seeks to enhance the well being for the animals and their community through veterinary health care, education and partnerships.
The clinic serves up 1000 animals per month through consultations, surgery, hospitalization and mobile clinics for sick and injured animals.
The clinic has a strong focus on education and community empowerment, and understanding the community’s needs.
The kennels will be available to the community at a low cost.
For more information about Mdzananda Animal Clinic please see their website www.mdzananda.co.za
On Thursday 29th June the Wynberg Rotary Club and guests proudly attended the induction of President Rob Murphy for the 2017-2018 Rotary Year. Rob has been secretary for the past few years and we are all confident that he will bring nbew insights to the role of President.
Rob started a very inspiring speech with a quotation from Henry VIII –
“I’m told that a good way to start a speech like this is to say “As Henry V111 said to his wives: I won’t keep you long…. “ so we all settled into our next glass of wine … Robs Induction Speech.
Martine Glømmi, the grand daughter of Rotary friend Øistein Glømmi, a friend of the club from Nittedal Rotary Club Norway, worked with her classmates at high school to raise money for an entrepeneurship project and sent it to us to manage Continue reading “Teen Connect”
23rd February 2017 was the 112th anniversary of Rotary International and the 100th anniversary of the Rotary Foundation.
The Club was proud to host teachers and students from Oddemarka College, as well as principals and representatives of many of the NLC schools helped so generously by donations from Oddemarka and Haugaland Colleges. We also shared the evening with other guests: Honorary Rotarian John and Mary Vivian, Barbara Smith, Wenche Hovstad, Phil Peckett, Stewart Dix-Peek (Clubfoot doctor), Adrian Africa and his wife.