PRESIDENTIAL COMMUNICATION

Dear Rotarians, salutations, as we prepare for yet another club activity popularly known as cheza N’afrigo a number of must Dos need to be addressed namely:

1- Every member ought to be involved as  the Buganda adage goes “nyini mufu”!.
2-Lets ensure  that we pick tickets to sale
3- Be equipped with adequate information about the Cheza fundraising.
4- Tsunami clubs as they are a big market if we are to sell tickets.
5-Remember to start in-house i.e, family ,friends and workmates who incidentally provide a duo-fold advantage in-terms of recruitment and the obvious ,tickets sales.
6-Look out for sponsors every one of us knows a company,industry or factory.
Lastly to note: This is our to be biggest fundraiser we must mobilize as many people as possible. The more the people the merrier financially.
I implore us to get involved immensely.

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WHY SHOULD I JOIN ROTARY?

There are several reasons why business leaders and professionals should join a Rotary Club, among them;
You will have an opportunity to serve your local and global community by participating in club projects and fundraisers
You will have an opportunity to learn about different professions and cultures, as well as learn leadership and team skills
You will be able to help promote peace and understanding worldwide by participating in the Rotary Foundation’s programs
You will be part of a worldwide organization and can attend Rotary meetings wherever you may travel
You will enjoy a wonderful meal and fellowship at our weekly meetings

We hope YOU are interested in joining the Rotary Club, because we strive to maintain a vibrant, active membership that is a representation of High Point’s business, vocational, and professional interests. Our club is progressive and inclusive of all races and creeds.

NEWS HIGHLIGHTS AND EVENTS

 

1MEDICAL OUTREACH AND MISSION GREEN

2.BRINGING POSITIVE PEACE TO UGANDA

The Rotary Club of Kampala Ssese Islands in partnership with La Jolla Golden Triangle Rotary Club of California received a global grant amounting to $69,812 (UGX: 234,566,016) for a joint project under theme

The training followed a needs assessment based on the research by IEP. Eight empirically driven factors that collectively create the optimum environment for peace (the eight Positive Peace factors) were identified.

These are: well-functioning government, sound business environment, equitable distribution of resources, acceptance of the rights of others, good relations with neighbors, free flow of information, high levels of human capital and low levels of corruption. Details can be found at: http://economicsandpeace.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Positive-Peace-Report-2015.pdf