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Fund Raising whilst manning a check point for the St Christophers Fun Walk!

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The following was received from: Chris Compton, PR & Comms Rotary Club of Catford There was Highway “robbery” at Keston Mark in Kent on Sunday 19th May over £4000 was collected from unsuspecting motorists by a Gang of Comic Characters during … Continue reading

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RIBI Young Musicians Finalists 2013

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Cont’d- RIBI Young Musicians Awards- An Excellent Example of Rotary in Action!

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Connor Smith and Rosie Sutton are winners of 2013 RIBI ‘Young Musician’ Finals in exciting afternoon’s contest

Media contact:          Francis Hodge – P.R.

 Monday 6th. May   2013 

 Rosie Sutton receives her trophy and award from RIBI President – John Minhinick

Rosie Sutton receives her trophy and award from RIBI President – John Minhinick

The two winners from 16 contestants who came from all over the UK were Connor Smith in the vocalist section, and Rosie Sutton in the instrumentalist section.  They were awarded their trophies by RIBI President John Minhinnick, at the Longfield Academy, near Dartford, on Saturday. Also in the presence of District Governor Stewart Grainger and the Mayoress of Dartford.

The audience was treated to a feast of music both piano, saxophone, violin, and singers in several different styles.  Connor was classical, singing a song from Vaughn Williams, and an aria from ‘The Magic Flute’.  Rosie, who is a pianist, played a piece from Debussy – followed by a spirited rendering of a Toccata by Khachaturian.

Both of them are worthy winners from an initial total of 6,500 contestants who began this competition at local level.  Young Musician is an annual event organised by Rotary in Britain and Ireland (RIBI).

RIBI Young Musician is one of many opportunities for young people. With a range of youth competitions, Interact, Rotaract, RYLA and more, there are many activities to explore and enjoy. Visit www.ribi.org

Discover your local Rotary club and find out how you can make new friends and make a difference in your community.  District 1120 has 85 Rotary clubs and many towns have Rotaract and Interact clubs also.For  membership details contact  website –  www.rotary1120.org

Or e-mail zena.belton@btinternet.com who is Membership Chair for the District.

Connor Smith receives his award from RIBI President  - John Minhinick

Connor Smith receives his trophy and award from RIBI President – John Minhinick

Media contact:          Francis Hodge – P.R.

Contact:  francis@ph-ld.net 

Prospect House, Lower Dicker, Hailsham, BN27 4BT – Tel: 07980 424 674

e-mail:  francis@ph-ld.net

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RIBI Young Photographer Competition 2013

D1120 Young photographer winner images The following was provided by Rotarian Steve Root: This competition, which is operated in 3 age groups, is part of an annual photographic competition run by RIBI to encourage young people to: Experiment with photography … Continue reading

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CALMED project e-brochure

E-Brochure 12 April 2013 CALMED- Himansu

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Rotary District 1120 April 2013 Newsletter

Rotary District 1120 April 2013 Newsletter by Francis Hodge

District 1120 newsletter – March 2013

Newsletter by Marketing and PR Committee chairman, Francis Hodge

District 1120 Newsletter March – 2013

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Genuine Talent at Rotary Youth Speaks Competition

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Although all participants have demonstrated exceptional talent, two groups were named as the winners of Rotary Youth Speaks for the South East: Cranbrook School: Juno Platt-Higgins,  Harry Lantham-Coyle, Will Turner:          “Wrestling”.  Main speaker: Harry Lantham-Coyle Dover Grammar School for Boys: Peter … Continue reading

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YOUTH SPEAKS COMPETITION 2013- District 1120 Finals

Venue:New Line Learning Academy, Boughton Lane, Loose, Maidstone, Kent ME15 9QL Date: 2nd March 2013 ROTARY encourages speaking and presentation skills in young people and the Youth Speaks competition showcases some superb quality speakers aged from 11 to 18.  Thirty young people … Continue reading