Covid-19 tribute

Oct 19, 2020 | Covid-19, Projects

The Covid epidemic has prevented the Rotary Family Health Days from taking place this year. As a result, the Rotary Club of Kenton on Sea decided that it would be appropriate to pay tribute to the front line workers in our community.

Many of our members spent the morning packing cake boxes with treats which were then delivered to our health workers in the clinics at Ekuphumleni and Marselle, the carers at Dolphin Coast Frail Care and the staff at our local SAPS.

All of these people have given a great deal to keep us as safe as possible, for which we thank you most sincerely.

To our amazing Doctor and her staff, as well as to several other individuals who have made a significant contribution – there’s something coming your way, too!

More project news:

Snare eradication project

Snare eradication project

The Rotary Club of Kenton on Sea has been involved in a snare eradication project since the very early days of our existence ( 2009), and has been done in partnership with the Assegaai Conservancy.

Walk for Hospice

Walk for Hospice

The Rotary Club of Kenton on Sea is proud to share with Sunshine Coast Hospice the news that two of our members, Rotarians Barbara Matthews and Sandy Smith will be walking 120 km in 6 days to raise funds for Hospice.

The porridge initiative

The porridge initiative

The Rotary Club of Kenton on Sea has just completed a second distribution of donated milk and porridge to local families some of whom are battling to foster, feed and clothe orphaned children. The club was the fortunate recipient of milk from Dairy Farmers SA and...

Milk donation from DFSA

Milk donation from DFSA

We commented recently of a wonderful donation of milk from DFSA. Two of our members, Nomawethu Nganqu and Hayley Howard, started making some deliveries locally to families who have foster children in their care. Once again – a huge thank you to our dairy farmers –...

Bagging and sale of manure

Bagging and sale of manure

And then one of our members, Roger Carthew, had a brainwave. With help and a donation of a truckload of manure from another member, Simon Matthews – one of our wonderful farmers! – Roger is now overseeing the bagging and sale of manure for more community/ Covid...

Where to start?

Where to start?

Where to start?!! The Rotary Club of Kenton on Sea has been very busy in the last couple of days. Pres Ginny Reed and Charlotte Wormald have just handed over 20 calculators to the Principal, Staff and learners at Ikamvalesizwe Combine School in Ekupumleni. This is...