Hands across the seas

One of the great benefits of being a Rotarian is that wherever you go you are guaranteed a warm welcome in any other Rotary Club around the world.  On a recent visit to New Zealand, Rotarian Mike Williams took the opportunity to visit the Rotary Club of Bishopdale-Burnside in Christchurch and met with other Rotarians for their speaker meeting held at the Returned Services League Club (hence the manikins to the rear!) where we heard about ‘Vision Aid in Rwanda’.

Exchanging club banners and good wishes from Waterlooville to their President, Neale McPherson and fellow Rotarians, it was the prefect example of fellowship and co-operation Rotary Clubs around the world offer to members.

About mikew

Retired from Royal Navy after 30 years before becoming a Resource (and later Deployment) Manager with DERA (now QinetiQ) and now retired for the second time! Interests include being a volunteer at the Kings Theatre Portsmouth (recently retired as Trustee Director). Church Warden at Holy Trinity Blendworth. Secretary of our Rotary Club's Community Service, Vocational and Youth Committee for 2012-14. Currently the Club's Secretary.

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