Rotary to Adopt Two Schools, Villages

The Rotary Club-Visakha Port City is planning to adopt two government schools and two

Published: 13th July 2014 07:44 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th July 2014 07:44 AM   |  A+A-

VISAKHAPATNAM: The Rotary Club-Visakha Port City is planning to adopt two government schools and two villages with a view to provide safe drinking water, school benches, blackboards and better sanitation facilities for the year 2014-15. The Club is also contemplating encouraging Rotaract Clubs in colleges and Interact Clubs in schools.

Club city president PLK Murthy, past district governor D Varada Reddy, secretary R Ramakrishna Rao, past president KSMK Murthy and Rotary Blood Bank vice-chairman K Srinivasa Reddy unveiled the Rotary Club-Visakha Port City action plan for the year 2014-15 here Saturday. A meeting in this connection was held Friday night on the Club premises.

Speaking on this year’s Rotary International Presidents’ theme, ‘Light up Rotary’, Varada Reddy gave a clarion call to the Rotarians to light a candle to serve the society and light up the entire world.

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