Tag Archive: Rotary International

Rotary Club of Kyrenia Liman presentation to Karakum Special Needs School

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Rotary Club of Kyrenia Liman presentation to Karakum Special Needs School   By Chris Elliott……. A busy week came and a busy week went and it was so nice to sit down and… Continue reading

Rotary International and Shelterbox Relief Fund for Nepal

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Rotary International and Shelterbox Relief  Fund for Nepal By Chris Elliott……  We have receievd the following message from Amanda Fiora of the Rotary Club of Kyrenia Liman about a relief fund being organised… Continue reading

The Rotary Club of Kyrenia Liman is so busy!

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The Rotary Club of Kyrenia Liman is so busy!   By Amanda Fiora The Rotary Club of Kyrenia Liman welcomed Rotary District Governor Khalil Alsharif to Girne on Tuesday November 4th. District Governor… Continue reading

Rotary Club of Kyrenia Liman visit the Karakum Special Needs School

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Rotary Club of Kyrenia Liman visit the Karakum Special Needs School   There were happy faces all around at Karakum Special Needs School on Wednesday 1st October, when the Rotary Club of Kyrenia Liman… Continue reading

Kyrenia Liman Rotarians Honoured

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Kyrenia Liman Rotarians Honoured   Two busloads of North Cyprus Rotarians made the trip to Limassol on Friday evening for the handover ceremony of the Deputy District Governor of Rotary District 2452. Outgoing… Continue reading

Kyrenia Liman Rotaract Park

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Kyrenia Liman Rotaract Park   By Chris Elliott Last Thursday the 19th June I went along to the official opening of the Kyrenia Liman Rotaract Park in Kyrenia near the Teachers Hotel and… Continue reading

North Cyprus – 2014 Spring Fair in Baris Park, Kyrenia

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2014 Spring Fair in Bariş Park, Kyrenia with Kyrenia Liman Rotary We have received the following information from Kyrenia Liman Rotary about the 2014 Spring Fair in Bariş Park, Kyrenia and will bring… Continue reading

Cafe Dukkan, Kyrenia, North Cyprus

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Café Dűkkan  The building was originally the family home where Emel’s parents and the family lived for some 20 years.   At a recent dinner hosted by the Rotary Club, I was fortunate enough… Continue reading