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HURLINGHAM MAMBO ISSUE 11 EDITOR’S NOTE

By April 22, 2024 No Comments

IN ALL YOU DO, BE GRATEFUL

Rotary’s third quarter takes us through Vocational Service in the month of January, Peacebuilding and Conflict Prevention in February and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in the month of March. January being the onset of a new year, it gives us another chance to set things right and to open up new chapters in our lives.

We are always reminded to start each day with a positive thought and a grateful heart. Gratitude is the key that opens doors to good fortunes, it looks to the past and gives love to the present.

In February this year, our club, RC Hurlingham celebrated its 35th Anniversary since its charter in 1989. We are grateful for the achievements we have accomplished within the past three and a half decades, as highlighted in my President’s message.

What kind of social connection do you have with others in your life? Have you noticed that the older you become, the more you value the people around you and the relationships you have with them. Nurturing our connections is therefore an integral part of everyone’s wellness journey. That is what the First Object of Rotary is “to encourage and foster the development of acquaintance as an opportunity for service.”

Friendship was the foundation, the rock on which Rotary service was built.
Many Rotarians are looking forward to the 99th Magical Watamu District 9212 Conference, where we will be rediscovering humanity while enhancing connections, increasing compassion and living the essence of Rotary. See y’all in Watamu.

Read more about our exciting third quarter activities and events as we continue to appreciate our milestones and enjoy Rotary in creating hope in our communities.

“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.” ~ John F. Kennedy.

Hurlingham Mambo Issue 11:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1UkofRym8bJtKUVIyJF_hvdAKGNri6ySE/view?usp=sharing

~President Mejumaa Mbaruku