Four Marks & Medstead Rotary

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A volunteering opportunity for YOU ...

Volunteering in Hampshire, Four Marks & Medstead, & community project partnering opportunities

to engage with the business sector's Corporate Social Responsibility agendas.

Rotary: 1.2 million volunteers worldwide in 33,000 local groups all serving their communities in 200 countries.

The Rotary Foundation spends on average $1million per day helping global communities be sustainable with only a 2% administration overhead.

Rotary in partnership with the WHO and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has 99% Eradicated Polio as its gift to the worlds children

Rotary was instrumental in the formation of the UN with a permanent seat, and helped set up the United Nations Educational, Scientific, & Cultural Organization (UNESCO)

          The club preparing shoeboxes for Xmas

    The shoeboxes being received

    A charter night fun evening               

    Do you think it's a good idea to volunteer

    to help your local and the international communities?

    ROTARY: FRESH MODERN & RELEVANT

    If the answer to the question above is yes, Rotary offers you

    a fun targeted and organised way to volunteer ...

    Already interested? Contact Mike Sanders

     on 01420 561144, still not sure? Read and look on ... 

    "I moved into the village and didn't know anybody, I joined Rotary and now I've got a load of new chums" - Rotarian Jim Clench


    It isn't though all just serious volunteering - we do have fun as well...


    Here are two of our members Len Smith and Mike (Sparks) Sanders in a comedy acting role at our Charter Night 2015 which is a tribute

    to the two Ronnies with their "4 candles" sketch.


    Please click the READ MORE button on the left - it's a long page,

    (but lots of good stuff and more videos including 3 on Tom Yendell's Flat Spaces Project)


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    So, what happens at Four Marks & Medstead Rotary?

    So, what happens at Four Marks & Medstead Rotary?

    Some of the activities we are involved with: OUR PROMOTIONAL VIDEO

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    New Generations - Rotary working with youth

     This youth programme includes a wide range of competitions for teams and individuals, which embrace both academic and practical skills. It’s also about Leadership development, good citizenship and opportunities to exchange and experience life in other countries for a week or even a year. It’s a complete offering to excite and develop young minds and personalities.

    RotaKids is aimed at 7-12 year old's and creates a structured club environment with real goals that these young children can achieve and be proud of.

    Interact Is a club for ages 12-18 and is an ideal vehicle for Citizenship projects within schools conforming to the curriculum. Interact provides an opportunity to participate in fun and meaningful service projects in a club structure

    Rotaract members enjoy fun and are enthusiastic and active young men and women aged 18 to 30.

    Rotary Youth Exchange offers young people between the ages of 15 and 25 the opportunity to experience a different way of living, appreciate other cultures, possibly a new language, and to discover a lot about themselves.

    Competitions and Tournaments. 

    To see a sample of some of the Rotary youth programmes in action please look at the video below. Specific youth programme information & explanation details are below the video on the read more tab.

     

     

     

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    New Generations - Interact

    Interact

    Is a club for ages 12-18 and is an ideal vehicle for Citizenship projects within schools conforming to the curriculum. Interact provides an opportunity to participate in fun and meaningful service projects in a club structure. It is a club for young people run by young people with the guidance of a dedicated teacher and the sponsoring Rotary Club.



     

    New Generations - Rotary Youth Exchange

    Rotary Youth Exchange

    Youth exchange offers young people between the ages of 15 and 25 the opportunity to experience a different way of living, appreciate other cultures, possibly a new language, and to discover a lot about themselves.

    Long Term Exchange – for 16 to 18½ year olds to continue their high school study in another country for an academic year.

    Short Term Exchange – for 15 to 19 year olds to spend a few weeks living with a family in another country. New Generations Exchange – opportunities for 18 – 25 year olds to improve vocational skills and knowledge in another country.

    New Generations exchange - opportunities for 18 to 25 year olds to improve vocational skills and knowledge in another country

    Camps and Tours – Share cultural, sports and other activities with 10 – 15 others from different countries, improve life skills and make international friends.


     

    New Generations - Rotakids

    Rotakids

    When better to begin developing young citizenship then at primary school level? RotaKids is aimed at 7-12 year old's and creates a structured club environment with real goals that these young children can achieve and be proud of.

    RotaKids are the youngest members of the Rotary family and usually based in schools where they are supported by a local Rotary club. RotaKids itself supports Primary School Citizenship programmes in a very meaningful way.

    Although each school’s RotaKids are sponsored by a Rotary Club, the day to day running is undertaken by the school teachers.

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    New Generations - Rotaract

    Rotaract

    Please refer to http://www.rotaract.org.uk/ or email Rotaract members enjoy fun and are enthusiastic and active young men and women aged 18 to 30. Membership provides the opportunity to meet new people, expand social life, try new activities, and make a difference in the local community. Clubs are either community or university based and are sponsored by a local Rotary club, making them key members of the Rotary family.


     

    New Generations - Competitions for Young People


    Rotary Young Citizen – In partnership with BBC News celebrates magnificent achievements of young people. Usually broadcast live on BBC News channel at about 11:30 am from the Rotary in Britain & Ireland annual conference.

    Rotary in Britain and Ireland (RIBI) Young Chef - Prepare, cook and serve a three course healthy meal for two people. Cookery is an important life skill and great fun.

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