Rosehill special school to benefit

Pictured from left to right in the photoare: Malcolm Glasgow, President of theRotary Club of Papakura, Ranjit Singh,PDG Cliff Dickey of the Rotary Club ofDrury, and President Des Redgewell.

Pictured from left to right in the photoare: Malcolm Glasgow, President of theRotary Club of Papakura, Ranjit Singh,PDG Cliff Dickey of the Rotary Club ofDrury, and President Des Redgewell.

Des Redgwell, President of Drury Rotary Club presented a cheque for $5,147 to Ranjit Singh, acting principal of Rosehill School. The school, which serves special needs students, will use the money to buy outdoor furniture specially designed to accommodate a wheelchair.
The Rotary Club of Drury is delighted to have made this possible, and wishes to thank the Harold Thomas Trust for its contribution of $2000.

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