Sleaford Rotarians praised for their efforts

Past president of the Rotary Club of Sleaford Norry Bell receives the silver salver from Immediate Past District Governor Margaret Morley
Past president of the Rotary Club of Sleaford Norry Bell receives the silver salver from Immediate Past District Governor Margaret Morley

The Rotary Club of Sleaford has been given recognition for its fundraising efforts and community involvement.

The club was presented with an engraved silver salver by Rotary’s immediate past district governor Margaret Morley at a recent club luncheon.

Praise was given for the club’s continued support for Rotary’s campaign to eradicate polio and members visit to India to help administer the vaccine.

The club was also acknowledged for the aid given to the victims of the devastating typhoon in the Phillipines and its involvement in youth activities, such as The Young Chef competition and mock interviews.

Further praise was given for the club’s involvement with the annual swimathon and the Stroke Awareness programmes.

It was as a result of all this that the Rotary Club of Sleaford was presented with the award as the best of the 88 clubs in Rotary’s District 1070.