Oskar Rütli medali pidulik üleandmine 29. aprillil 2017

Tunnustamaks pikaajaliselt ja silmapaistvalt meie liikumisse panustanud rotariaane, on Tartu Rotary Klubi poolt ellu kutsutud Oskar Rütli medal.

Esimesed medalisaajad olid 2012. aastal Raivo Hellerma ja Leo Allas.

2016. a täitus Tartu Rotary Klubi asutaja ja charterpresidendi Oskar Rütli sünnist 145 aastat ja Tartu Rotary Klubi juhatus on teinud otsuse medal välja anda.

Medal antakse pidulikult üle Tartu Rotary Klubi 85. charterpeol 29. aprillil 2017 Tartus.

Vastavalt medali statuudile ootame Eesti Rotary Klubidelt ettepanekuid Oskar Rütli medali nominentide osas hiljemalt 31. jaanuariks 2017.

Ettepanekud palume esitada Tartu Rotary Klubi presidendi nimele.
Lugupidamisega

Helmer Jõgi
Tartu Rotary Klubi president

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Eesti rotariaan tuli maailmameistriks Rotary klubide maailmameistrivõistlustel tennises

Vello Kuhi tuli maailmameistriks selle aasta Rotary klubide maailmameistrivõistlustel tennises, 12th ITFR World Championship, mis toimusid Bulgaarias Albenas.
Lisaks tulid naiste paarismängus Rotary tennise maailmameistriks Tiia Teesalu ja Maie Tomikas, kusjuures Maie juba teist korda.

Loe lisa: http://online.le.ee/2016/10/03/vello-kuhi-tuli-maailmameistriks/

http://www.itfr.org/webapp/f?p=109:14:34891950812730::::P14_CAL_ID:2121

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Eesti Rotary klubide annetused Nepali maavärinas kannatanute toetuseks, 2015

Nepali maavärinas kannatanute toetuseks tegid ülekande ERKi kontole järgmised klubid:

Nõmme-Tallinn Rotary Klubi: 250 eurot
Rapla Rotary Klubi: 450 eurot
Tallinn Hansa Rotary Klubi: 750 eurot
Tallinn Rotary Klubi: 63 eurot
Tartu Rotary Klubi: 750 eurot

Antud summa kanti üle Shelterboxide soetamiseks (2263 €), mille abil  saab soetada 3 Shelterboxi.

Lisainfo: http://www.shelterboxtuki.fi/

ning Nepal Earthquake Fund Campaign fondi tegi annetuse:
Tallinn International Rotary Club: 5 000 eurot

“Estonian Consulate helps Palep Village, Ramche VDC in Rasuwa District Continuing with the initiative of providing relief materials to the earthquake victims, the Consulate of the Republic of Estonia in Nepal visited Palep Village in Ramche Village Development Committee (VDC) in Rasuwa District on 16 May 2015. This is the fourth district Estonian Consulate has visited as part of Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund Campaign organized in cooperation of Nepal Environmental Treks & Expedition.

The major problems the villagers are facing currently include lack of adequate food and tents. The Estonian Consulate distributed rice, oil and salt to locals of Ward no. 5 and 6 of Palep village.

Palep in Ramche Village is one of the most affected areas of Nepal Earthquak Disaster 2015. Altogther 19 people have been delcared dead in Palep village whilst one is still missing. Similarly, 7 people have been injured in the earthquake incident and almost all the the houses are destroyed beyond repair. Now, villagers are having to sleep in makeshift tents and cattle sheds put up in open spaces.

The locals belong to Tamang or Bhotia community. Their main profession is agriculture and seasonal tourism jobs. The local community thanked the Estonian Consulate and Nepal Environmental Treks & Expedition for the generous contribution and assistance offered to them in this hour of crisis.”

 

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