The Rotary Club of Hastings hosted Rotary International District, which includes Kent, part of South East London, part of East Sussex and Gibraltar.
There were nine clubs that gave a presentation on their main projects: Hastings started off with, and stole the show with the Annual 1066 Choir Competition held at the White Rock Theatre when one of the winning teams from Chantry Community School of Bexhill where the Headmistress, who is also the music teacher conducted the school choir which was about 30 strong.
Bexhill and Senlac, amongst others also gave a presentation on what their unique and major projects were. Bexhill‘s was about Health Awareness Day and encouraging all members of the public to come along to different locations to have their blood pressure tested against future problems of strokes and heart attacks. Senlac gave a presentation on ‘The Yellow Men where they build schools and hospitals in northern Kenya.
The keynote speaker was Peter King who is the National President of Rotary U.K. and he spoke about the change in direction of Rotary in that it is becoming more inclusive in building partnerships in commerce and industry as well as different clubs coming together to create bigger and more significant projects at home and around the world.
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