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Be inspired

29 Mar 2011

Docklands Rotary Club is hosting an inspirational evening for local residents and workers on Tuesday, April 12.

Apart from informing prospective members about what it does, the club is presenting evergreen paralympian Don Elgin, whose story will delight and motivate.

Don will talk about his journey through life as a paralympian, a businessman and a supporter of many organisations relating to amputees, and his community and media roles.

His will to succeed despite a disadvantage demonstrates his determination and he continues to display this through his community activities.  

The event is being held at Waterfront Venues, Waterfront City at 6pm.

Docklands Rotary is almost two years old and offers enduring friendships forged through working on local and international projects to produce a better world.

The club has “adopted” a number of villages in the highlands of Fiji and works to provide them with computers, books and other educational materials.  Locally, the club participates in a number of events and fundraising activities.

Former district governor Ann White will host the evening.  Ann started the Rotary Club of Docklands.

For further information and to RSVP, contact Leisa Wheatland on 0448 945 555 or (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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