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Posted by Dylan Low, President & William Churchill, CMIRC Liasion on Dec 06, 2019

The Rotaract Club of Payap University (RCPYU) is in the process of transition from past leadership and members to new ones. However, there are still service opportunities and projects either pending or on the horizon for the club.

BOOKS FOR REFUGEES

For this project, the club gathered English language books to be donated to children living in a local refugee camp. Collection ended November 30th.  Distribution is planned for December 18, along with some clothing collected via the Winter Clothing Appeal. RCPYU extends its thanks to all who donated books and especially a generous donation by Peter and Anne Dawson.

BULLY BOWL

Members of the club gave support to the Rotary Club of Chiang Mai North by participating in their annual Bully Bowl fundraising event. There, the members joined with CMIRC members to bowl for charity.

DISTRICT GOVERNOR’S VISIT

The District Governor for District 3360 made a visit to CMIRC and members of RCPYU were in attendance and participated in the annual dinner and meeting.

NEW ROTARACT POLICIES

The Rotary International Board issued new Rotaract Policies to be effective July 1, 2020, which will change the type of membership of Rotaract Clubs to Rotary Clubs. As such, the new polices will be reviewed and examined by the club management. The club has been informed that its sponsoring Rotary club, CMIRC, has voted to remain its sponsor when the new policies take effect. The club will participate in District discussions on the new policies.

 

WINTER CLOTHING APPEAL

The club has collected clothing on its campus and forwarded them to CMIRC for distribution.

BEATLES MANIA!

Members of the club joined with CMIRC for their fall fundraising children's charity dinner/dance.  RCPYU proctored the Beatles Trivia contest, a fundraiser for the club.


 
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