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Rotary Club of Emory Druid Hills
Celebrates 10th Anniversary Year




Rotary Club of Emory Druid Hills installed a new Team of officers on 20th June at Ashiana, Global Mall, Norcross for the year 2018-19.

District Governor of Rotary District 6900 Alec Smythe, Installed New Team that include Upendra Bhatt as President, President Elect – Bhairavi Nadgonde, Secretary- Ravindra Dave, Treasurer- Chittaranjan Jyotishi and Sargent of Arms – Mustafa Ajmeri Other Board of Directors are Chatur Chhabhaya, Pravin Kakadia, Roger Williams, Shiv Aggarwal, Chandler Sharma and Kris goyal.


While many folks are starting the second half of their calendar year on July 1, the Rotary Club of Emory Druid Hills is beginning their fiscal year. Not only is July 1 the first day of Rotary's fiscal year, this date marks the beginning of this relatively young club's 10th Anniversary Year.
The Rotary Club of Emory Druid Hills consists of approximately 15-25 members, including business owners, community leaders, Social service Retirees, Attorneys, insurance, financial advisors, real estate brokers, IT Professionals, Young and old, men and women and many more unique classifications.

A sister Club MOU was signed with Rotary Club of Borivali to enhance the possibility of more effective Service program Partnership in this meeting.
Special Award was presented to Dr Pradip Kansagara and Shri Rameshbhai Suhagia for their donation worth $ 130,000 plus for service projects in India.



Rotary represents greater than 1.2 million individuals around the world, making them the largest single service organization in the world. Rotary's motto is "Service Above Self" but can readily be described in six words: Join Leaders, Share Ideas and Take Action. Speaking of Taking Action, "Our club is very active both locally and internationally", exclaimed PP Upendra Bhatt, the club's president during the 10th Anniversary year.



Upon asking to briefly describe what service projects you do through this club and Rotary International, Mr. Bhatt summarized the activities for past 9 years:

Community Service
· Gifting a Bus to Church for Students
· Honoring various Service Officers of Georgia
· Planned Health Camps and Blood Donation Camps
· Planned Kids Care Fair at Local School
· City of Norcross Declared 23rd February as “Rotary Club of Emory Druid Hills Day” in a Proclamations presented by Mayor.


International Service
· Joined with Sister Rotary Club to Provide Safe Drinking Water in a village in a Rural India Project cost 200K plus. (Completed)
· Joined with India Club to Provide Hospital with 9 Dialysis Machines in Rajkot, India. Project cost 260K plus. (Completed)
· Joined with another India Club to Project to Provide CT Scan Machine to a Hospital. Project cost 200K. (In making)
· Joined with another India Club to Project to Provide Urology Department to a Hospital. Project cost 423K.
· Supported 1000 plus Eye surgeries in various parts of India. (Completed)
· Supported a Medical Camp in Cuba. (Completed)
· Supported District Efforts Help victims of Haiti Earthquake and assist in developing various district goals. (Completed)
· Supported 3-H Projects – Health Camps 3 Camps almost every year. (ongoing)


Vocational Service
· Supported Educat' Jun-27-2018