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Dear Members and friends
Jan Malat has excelled once again by organising some really interesting and indeed prominent speakers for our meetings. Here is the line up for the coming weeks:
Dear Friends and Supporters,
Please accept our huge thanks and sincere appreciation of your support for our Indian Food helps programme this year.
Thanks to you we delivered 385 lunches and raised over 25,000Kč for our primary school education project, even more than last year. The funds will be used to buy uniforms, books, mats, tuition and health checks for children in rural schools of Rajsamand, Rajasthan, India. One lunch will be enough to buy 2 text books or 3 exercise books and a pencil so the total raised by the Club this year will make a significant difference to many children's education.
Thank you!
Gerry Tipple and the Indian Food team
The Rotary Club Praha City invite all Rotarians, their families and friends......
Naloďování v pátek 17.10., v 18,30 Praha - Rašínovo nábřeží u Jiráskova mostu (ca. hodinu čekáme na opozdilce). Vylodění možné před i po 22 hodině
Embarkation on Friday 17.10 at 18.30 - Rašínovo nábřeží at Jirasek Bridge . We wait max 1 hr for latecomers! Disembarking is possible before and after 22.00
Our meeting at the Barcelo Hotel Old Town Prague was attended by over 25 members and friends. Five members of the Holbaek Inner Wheel Club Joined us, the oldest Inner Wheel club in Denmark and were very welcome.
Lara, our exchange student presented the club with the flag from her home club, Minden in Nevada.
Gerry updated the members and friends on the tremendous success of the fundraising effort "Indian Food Helps" where meals are delivered to offices with a significant contribution from each meal going to help Indian schoolchildren with their education. Over 50% more meals have been sold than last year!
Sanan raised the awareness of the club about a funding issue at a local hospital which is funded by the municipality of Prague 1. The situation is some wards is very difficult and Sanan is liaising with the hospital to determine if Rotary can help.
Our guest speaker was Petr Bisek who gave a fascinating account of how he has seen and seized opportunities throughout his life. Opportunities which have resulted in Petr being awarded medals of honour, meeting prime ministers and presidents, publishing a Czech language newspaper in the US and coaching a rowing team to medal success. It all really started when, under a previous regime, he threw a hand grenade 83 meters in a competition, much further than anyone else had ever thrown one.....

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A great weekend was spent in Harrachov by 6 of our club Rotarians and 6 friends. Superbly organised by Petr Smejcky we enjoyed wonderful walking on Saturday and brilliant biking on Sunday. a couple managed to get some downhill skating in as well. Good food, good beer, great lodging and typical Czech hospitality made for a memorable weekend.


Our club earns the Presidential Citation with Distinction for our activities in the last Rotary Year. The award is given by past RI President Ron Burton and is here being presented by our past District Governor, Irena Brichta to current and immediate past Presidents Vlasta and Gerry. Prague International is the only club in the District to earn this award.

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We meet every Thursday evenings, 6.00pm at the Barcelo Old Town  Hotel and we are always happy to meet like-minded and likeable people.


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