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Rotary District Governor visits Dimapur

Nagaland News

Dimapur, October 15: District Governor of RI District 3240, Rtn Dr Kushanava Pabi, First Lady Rtn Jaya Pabi and Assistant Governor of Zone XII RID 3240, Rtn Ellendra Thoudam inaugurated various projects in Dimapur.
Tree Plantation was done in Chumoukedima and on request of the Deputy Commissioner of Chumoukedima, Government Middle School Tenyiphe – 1 was adopted by the Rotary Club of Dimapur under the Happy School programme to develop various facilities in the school from infrastructure and drinking water to sanitation and libraries.
Solar street lights, terrace garden and free drinking water facility were inaugurated in Rotary Center, Midland for the community around.
In the evening, DG Rtn Dr Kushanava Pabi addressed a press conference along with AG Rtn Ellendra Thoudam, ARRFC Rtn Chandu Agarwal, President of RC Dimapur Rtn Manish Jain, Secretary of RC Dimapur Rtn Prashant Agarwal and the Treasurer of RC Dimapur Rtn Arijit Sharma.
Medical help of Rs. 5000 each was provided to two poor patients and a wheelchair was donated to one old disabled poor lady by the Rotary Club of Dimapur.
President Rtn Manish Jain welcomed the gathering highlighting the various permanent projects of RC Dimapur. AG Rtn Ellendra Thoudam emphasised the importance of public image projects and Secretary, Rtn Prashant Agarwal gave a brief report of the various projects done in the last three months.
The District Governor gave away awards won by the Rotary Club of Dimapur and its members at the District and International levels.
DG Rtn Dr Kushanava Pabi addressed the gathering stating the values, principles, strategic objectives, areas of focus, plans and goals of Rotary, the theme “Imagine Rotary” and the faith which Rotary has in the younger generation to lead them to their dreams of achieving peace, education, health and prosperity for all.
He also stated that RC Dimapur was one of the best-performing clubs in the district and appreciated the hard-working members.
ARRFC Rtn Chandu Agarwal highlighted on the Rotary Foundation and asked members to contribute as much as possible.
(Page News Service)

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