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Rotary International hosts first annual district conference post-pandemic Rotary

Rotary International hosts first annual district conference post-pandemic

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 07 Apr 2022, 08:55 pm

Kolkata/IBNS: Humanitarian service organization functional throughout the world, Rotary International organised its annual district conference on Apr 2 in the presence of its national and international delegates.

Shekhar Mehta, Rotary International President and Mr. Mario Cesar, Rotary International President Representative were present during the inauguration conference named 'Adhibeshan' on Saturday.

Rotary District Conference is held every year.

This year the conference, which was named 'Adhibeshan', is held under the leadership of the District Governor Rtn Prabir Chatterjee and Conference Chair Rtn Hariram Garg.

This district conference is the program of Rotary District 3291.

Under its 'Hariyali' programme two lakhs trees have been planted as of now; apart from that mega blood donation camp; Rotary day of service literacy; construction of 200 bio-toilets in Ayodhya of Purulia; Eye-checkup camp under Rota Vision Programme, 29000 free eye surgeries and an association with GKB opticals have been done.

This is the first time in this Rotary District 3291, Rotary International President Rtn. Shekhar Mehta and Rotary International President's Representative Denise & Mario Cesar were physically present to grace this occasion.

Shekhar Mehta, Rotary International President commented, "This district has more than 175 Rotary clubs with active members of around 4600, which covers the area of Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

"The motto of Rotary is "Service above Self. To foster unity among the Members of the District the conference has been organised. We are hopeful of an intriguing and fruitful two-day-long conference which will help us to strengthen the community more than ever."