abox-lid-200pxThe 100 Club was set up to provide regular funds for the purchase of Aquaboxes. These are water treatment boxes which also contain essential survival items. Each box can treat 18000 litres of water to give a family the most important requirement after a disaster.

12 more Aquaboxes were recently provided by the Club bringing our total to 391 since we first joined the project.

Whenever there is a major disaster, such as earthquake or flood, Aquaboxes are dispatched quickly. Because stocks of Aquaboxes and Shelter boxes are always kept ready for dispatch, these are often the first items that reach families in desperate need after a major disaster.

To join the 100 club, contact organiser Paul Smith lagonda@btinternet.com. Each ticket costs £2. Four winning tickets are drawn each month.

October 2016.  The Club sent a further £1200 to Aquaboxes.

Meetings

The Club normally meets on Monday evenings at 7 pm for 7.15 dinner at St Michael’s Church Hall.
Rotary visitors are welcome please contact reservations@reephamrotary.org.uk.
Members should apologise and book visitors only at reservations@reephamrotary.org.uk.

We had planned to alternate between zoom and distanced meetings in the barn but we now need to look at the new laws. 

Next meetings

21 September we will again be on Zoom – hopefully to hear from Reepham Primary School about their needs for the future.  

Future events

The Reepham Food Festival and our golf tournament have been postponed to 2021.