Posted by Dylan Low, President & William Churchill, Liasion on Nov 01, 2019
October has been a continuation of the academic calendar where the students are between terms, have returned to homes, or are starting internships. Therefore, the Club’s activities reflect the same calendar.
 
BOOK DRIVE FOR REFUGEE CHILDREN: The book drive is a casualty of the academic calendar. Books will be collected upon the return of the members and a new disbursement delivery date will be designated. CMIRC members are asked to donate their English language books (ages 3 to young adults) and contact William for collection.
 
URBAN LIFE WALK FOR FREEDOM 2019: RCPYU Rotaractor Nina (top left) participated in the Urban Light Walk by helping with the management of the Urban Light booth at the Maya Mall concourse of event participants. Nina interacted and supported the CMIRC members who had a similar event booth.
 
CMIRC WINTER CLOTHING DRIVE: In anticipation of increased involvement upon the return to campus of its members, RCPYU asked Liaison William to place a collection box at an optimum location to support the annual CMIRC Project. Upon the return of its members, RCPYU will solicit the participation of students and faculty.
 
BEATLES MANIA: The Club hopes to participate in this fundraising event organized by its sponsoring Rotary Club CMIRC. The Club will meet upon the return of the membership and address this project opportunity as well as others. Hopefully the members will have the opportunity to participate not only with ticket sales but with the poster contest. Moreover, volunteer services by some of the membership is a possibility.

 
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