Wednesday, November 14, 2012


Region Chaiperson Lion Rizwan Qadri during his visit to Arusha met with IPDG Lion Satish Sharma, Assistant Secretary Lion Toni both of Arusha Club and President Lion Simranpal and Secretary Lion Manish Chavda of Arusha New Century Club.  
The meeting was essentially meant for the following:
  1. Review of activities carried out by the club and timely reporting;
  2. Plan for the 2nd MD 411B Cabinet Meeting to be held in Arusha.
IPDG Lion Satish was pleased with the developments noted in Region D. The Arusha based clubs as well as Kibo Club of Moshi were doing extremely well. He recognised that effort was necessary in Moshi for the 2 clubs that were dismally performing. However, he advised that this was on top of his Agenda and would soon call a meeting with the Lion Officers. Lion Satish further strategised for the forthcoming Cabinet Meeting and advised that advance notice, booking of venues, tourism and leadership seminar should feature in the planning and requested that RC takes this matter up with DG Office soonest.

Lion Tony advised that Arusha Club would ensure timely reporting so that all club activities appear in the BLOG. He clarified that the club was doing well and the recent Charity Walk was a huge success.

Lion Manish advised that his club was faring well in all aspects of Lionism and looked forward to assist in arranging the forthcoming meeting. He also expressed that the club's October Sight Camp activity went very well and over 60 cataract surgery were performed.  Presently, he had planned to attend the 40TH ISAAME FORUM that will be held in Bangalore, India. He will be joined by versatile Lion Godfrey Sawe.

RC Lion Rizwan thanked the Lion members he had met and especially for the hospitality at a short notice. He expressed his appreciations over the clubs' performances and asked for more concerted effort and membership drive. "Timely reporting," he emphasised "spells out efficiency and success."

The landscaped beauty of Mount Meru in Arusha as captured through the artistic arch of the  new Swaminarayan Temple.

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