Club Information

We meet Fridays at 12:30 PM
Avani Gaborone Hotel & Casino
Chuma Drive
Gaborone, Botswana  Nil
Botswana
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District Site
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Club Executives & Directors
President (Board Member)
President Elect (Board Member)
Immediate Past President (Board Member)
Treasurer (Board Member)
Administration Chairperson
Secretary (Board Member)
Foundation Chairperson
IT and Membership Officer
Service Projects Chairperson
New Generation Chair
Club Information

We meet Fridays at 12:30 PM
Avani Gaborone Hotel & Casino
Chuma Drive
Gaborone, Botswana  Nil
Botswana
DistrictSiteIcon
District Site
VenueMap
Venue Map
 
CHANGES TO THE BOTSWANA GOVERNMENT COVID-19 REGULATIONS
ALLOW FOR THE CLUB'S MEETINGS TO RECOMMENCE
 
MEETING LOCATIONS ARE FLUID
 
UNTIL OUR NORMAL LOCATIONS ARE ALLOWED TO HOST OUR CLUB
                     
48 YEARS OF SERVICE
IN
BOTSWANA
Articles
On Saturday 30 November 2019 and Sunday 01 December 2019, 24 Rotarians assisted by Inner Wheelers, Anns and two potential members manned 4 stations at 4 supermarkets in the Gaborone area.
Meeting Responsibilities
Sergeant at Arms
Fashole-Luke, II, Edward
 
Deputy Sergeant at Arms
McLellan, Bill
 
Attendance Officer
Cunliffe, John
 
Assistant Attendance Officer
Butchart, Barbara
 
First Corporal - Collection of Fines
Everingham, Michael
 
Second Corporal - 4 Way Test
Major, Jon
 
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