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Delivery of 25 Elementary Desks

2015

Delivery of 25 elementary desk to TESSA Elementary, Salvation Army, Tent City.

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Angau Memorial General Hospital Celebrations

2015

Angau Memorial General Hospital celebrated the 40th Independence celebrations in colors.

The highlight of the day was Lae Huon Rotary Club donating the Blood Bus to the Hospital. The bus was presented to the Hospital by Mr. Mehl Hans and other members of the Lae Huon Rotary and received by the CEO. Dr Christopher Kenyhercz.

It was 40th Independence Celebration present for the Hospital.

The management and staff congratulated the Lae Huon Rotary Club for the tremendous support.

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Farewell to Polly and Cesar DeWindt

2015

The members of the Rotary Club of Lae Huon Gulf said our sad farewells to two special fellow Rotarians, friends and mentors, Polly and Cesar DeWindt.

John Byrne addressed Cesar. John spoke both personally, and on behalf of the members, of Cesar’s commitment to Rotary and his outstanding positive personal qualities as a man. He had shown us all what it means to live your life using the guidelines of Rotary. Cesar has guided, encouraged, supported (and gently nagged) many of the new Rotarians to the club.

To Polly – you have given your all to the club. You too are an outstanding Rotarian and member of our community. You have provided friendship, support and your sense of fun and humour when the road ahead was steep. (Especially to the women in our club.)

Both Cesar and Polly are wonderful people and it has been a privilege to have you both as members of The Rotary Club of Lae Huon Gulf.

Cesar replied. He is confident that with the passion, commitment and capacity for hard work by John Byne, as president, the club will continue to prosper. He was also very complimentary to the Secretary, Jo Richardson for her involvement and passion. Cesar acknowledged the long term members of Rotary, such as Aihi Miria. Stephen Beach and Hans Mehl, for their continued support and hard work for Rotary in Lae.

With our farewells said Polly (Holly) cut their cake.

Remember everyone Polly and Cesar are just over the range in Port Moresby

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DIK drop at Angau Hospital in Lae February 2015

2015

Saturday’s DIK drop at Angau Hospital here in Lae. There was an excellent turnout by the club. Thank you all very much! Items are as follows:

3 x walking frames
52 pr crutches
7 commodes
1 shower chair
10 cartons hospital linen
72 cartons medical supplies (masks, gloves)
2 x desks

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DIK drop to Markham Bridge primary school and health centre (28/1/15)

2015

Here’s a list of the DIK that Rotary donated to the Markham Bridge primary school and health centre today (Wampar district). Also some items for Bulolo high schools:

42 x school desks
35 x school chairs
3 x tables
2 x cartons kids kits incl pens
9 x cartons primary books
15 x cartons high school books (Bulolo)
2 x cartons birthing kits
15 x bags hospital linen
3 x cartons hospital linen
1 x kit oxygen therapy / resuscitation
2 x cartons latex gloves SMALL
1 x cartons latex gloves MED
6 x cartons box face masks
2 x susu mama chairs

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