Rotary Club Napoli (Italy): A Neapolitan Hug

Dear President, dear Secretary,

The Rotary Club Napoli (District 2100 Italy), is building an inquiring to find around the world all Rotarians members of Neapolitan origin.

The aim of the project called “A Neapolitan Hug” is to re-establish emotional contact with the Neapolitan context represented by our Rotary Club.

All members of the Neapolitan origin will be invited to virtual meetings through a Social Community and to a global event to be held in Naples probably next year in the summer.

Please, let me ask you to forward this e-mail to all members of your club. Only rotarians that have Neapolitan origins can click here to reach our website and fill in the related form.

On our website you can retrieve all the information about this project .

Feel free to contact me for any questions.

Yours sincerely.

Antonio Ascione,
Project manager

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SCAW 2017 DISTRIBUTION SCHEDULE

Attached please find  the proposed SCAW 2017 Distribution sites. I write proposed because they have to meet the approval of the SCAW Canada Guidelines  sent to you last year.

The distribution schedule indicates the date, day and the number of bed kits that will be distributed at the respective sites. It also indicates the Rotarian for the site and on the day of the distribution.

To appreciate the extent of your responsibility as the site coordinator and more about SCAW, Kindly avail yourself fo a meeting not exceeding 15 minutes after Thursday’s fellowship.

Regards,

Gideon Akwabi

Date Day of the week Activity Location Rotarian In charge
24.02.2017 Friday SCAW Canada team departs from Canada Canada De Young
 

25.02.2017

 

Saturday

 

Team arrives in Nairobi

 

Nairobi

 

Rtn. Gideon

 

26.02.2017

 

Sunday

 

SCAW 2016 Report/ SCAW 2017 Briefing

 

Nairobi

 

Entire SCAW 2017 Team

 

27.02. 2017

 

Monday

 

Distribute 1,000 Bed Kits in Mombasa

 

Mombasa

 

Rtn Suli Shah

 

28.02.2017

 

Tuesday

 

Visit Homes in Makindu

 

Makindu

 

Rtn. Darsi Lotay

 

1.03.2017

 

Wednesday

 

Depart Makindu for an afternoon distribution in Nairobi – 600 Bed Kits

 

Riruta Satellite

 

Rtn. David Githanga

 

2.03.2017

 

Thursday

 

Distribute 600 bed kits

 

Kibera

 

Rtn. Salim

 

3.03.2017

 

Friday

 

Distribute 600 bed kits

 

Mathare

 

RCC Mathare/  Mathare Valley

 

4.03.2017

 

Saturday

 

Factory Visits

 

Nairobi

 

Rtn. Gideon

 

5.03.2017

 

Sunday

 

SCAW team visit either the Nairobi National Park or Naivasha

 

TBA

 

De Young/ Gideon/ Charles

 

06.03.2017

 

Monday

 

600 Bed kits

 

Kamkunji

 

Rtn. Mari Nelson

 

07.03.2017

 

Tuesday

 

600 Bed kits

 

Ongata Rongai

 

Gideon & RC Ongata Rongai

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