Thursday, November 19, 2009

Zone 3 goes full steam

My heartiest felicitations to all the Club Presidents in Zone 3 who are providing excellent leadership and working extensively with dedication and complete devotion, realising their commitment, "The future of Rotary is in your hands".

Chandigarh Midtown held a blood donation camp on 12th November at Dev Samaj College with Rotaractors and Inner Wheel as enthusiastic partners. Mayor of Chandigarh Mrs Kamlesh was the chief guest and 70 units of blood was donated by the girls. The credit of course goes to Dr Meera Modi and faculty in giving their full support to the noble cause. An equally successful camp was organised by Rotaractors of Chandigarh Midtown on 5th November at the Panjab University where over 50 units of the blood was collected. The Club is already planning another camp at village Khuda Ali Sher on 13th December, besides a medical camps at Sarangpur on 31st November and a Urology ENT camp on 6th December.

Panchkula also held a blood donation camp at Doon School, and another one has been planned at Barwala next week.

Rotary Club Chandigarh also organised a blood donation camp at Hotel Aroma today, in association with Darshan Darvesh Foundation and was ably supported by the Allied Institute of Hotel Management and Culinary Arts, Panchkula. Mr. Ram Niwas, Home Secretary, UT Administration was the chief guest, with Mr. D.K.Bansal, MLA from Panchkula, former mayors Mrs Harjinder Kaur and Mr Pardip Chhabra, Mrs. Saroop Krishan and many other dignitaries present on the occasion.

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