Yesterday members of the Rotary Club of Lae donated 22 cartons of children’s books, teacher resources, balls and stationary items to Bowali School.
Rotarian Lea Brickland started this project last year, and the Club has organised drops to four Category C schools so far, with many more on the list to receive books, chairs, desks and whiteboards.Club President Anthony Whitfield and fellow Rotarians Lea Brickland and Aihi Miria along with Friends of Rotary enjoyed visiting Bowali School again, and noticed a great deal of improvement in many areas. The Rotary Club of Lae hope to visit Bowali School again in the coming months, this time with much needed desks and chairs.
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