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Presidential Handover Lunch

25th June 2024
Venue: Kent and Canterbury Club
The Presidential Handover lunch is being held at the Kent and Canterbury Club on Tuesday, 25th June. Retiring President Rosemary Doyle will handover to incoming President Maxine Blades. The bar
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Final of the Innovation Competition,

26th June 2024
Venue: Old Sessions House, Canterbury Christ Church University
The Rotary Club of Canterbury welcomes you to the final of our 2024 Innovation Competition being held at Canterbury Christ Church University. Eleven young people have reached the final and will be
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Donation to Harbledown Guides

Thanks to our support, a young Assistant Guide Leader, Kara-Jane Senior, is able to buy walking boots for her fundraising trek in Peru.

As well as donating to charities direct, it’s nice to be able to encourage others in their charitable efforts. Recently our Community Service Committee agreed to donate £160 to Kara-Jane so that she can buy the walking boots that she needs for a Girlguiding UK charity walk. Kara-Jane was selected by Girlguiding UK to trek the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu in October – the Trek is itself raising funds for Girlguiding UK.

Kara-Jane has to raise funds for all the equipment that she needs to buy for the trip  – she’s also raising the cost of the flights as well.

Rtn Maxine Blades, who is also a member of the Trefoil Guild, presented Kara-Jane with the cheque. Other members of the Harbledown Guide Unit were also present, including Guide Leader Helen. 

For information about Kara-Jane and the trek, visit her fundraising page here

Kara-Jane was very appreciative of the money which she described as “amazing”. She sent her thanks to the club via Maxine. She hopes to send us some photos once she has completed her trek, so do keep a look out for an update! 

Supporting Kara-Jane’s efforts, Maxine said “Young women such as Kara-Jane who volunteer to lead a Guide Unit need to be recognised and supported in the great work that they do”. Maxine also told us that she had a lovely time visiting the Guides – it brought back happy memories of when she was a Guide and also a Leader herself!

Picture: Rtn Maxine Blades hands over the cheque to Kara-Jane, looked on by other members of Harbledown Guide Unit. Picture credit: Harbledown Guide Unit/Rotary Club of Canterbury.




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