Dear Members,
I hope you are as excited as I am about our success. I'll try and keep this to the point.
• We had a fun hence successful fundraiser
• We had two exciting guest speakers Steve and Alexandra
• We are about to welcome our first new member "Vishal"
• No members have resigned :)
• Club Members Charles, Leslie, Chanbir, Astrudge and James are actively serving their communities and involved in important projects.
• Directors Jayanthi & Tony have upheld their posts as Treasurer & Secretary with success.
Congratulate yourselves on a successful first 70% of the Rotary year.
Now I would like to repeat the latest "Share" and update from Ugandan Rotary Eclub 7255 Member James in a formal way by including his message here with the agenda for this meeting. Thereby opening a potential discussion about it...  and I will post the photos on our website home page for all to see...
Note: Remember I gave up writing meetings in October due to a lack of participation from the group, but I am willing to try again if you ask me to. Is everyone able to use Google+ effectively.

Dear Members;

I would like pass on my sincere thanks for the courage and support you always put in us. I thank the president for the enthusiasm ans charisma, entrust that he always put us in.


My Project (The Child & Elderly Support Organization-CESO) had organized this marathon as earlier informed you about, the marathon had an objective of extending health support to the vulnerable elderly with the major objective of help to raise funds for buying walking canes, food clothing (Blankets and Bedsheets) and other basic needs including but not limited to sugar, salt, washing and bathing soap, basins etc.


On the same day, I invited other partners who extended free medication to local people (children, youths and elderly) where various health hazards and illnesses where tested and free medication given. Among them included, HIV/AIDS Testing and counseling, Cervical Cancer Screening and medication, dental care and treatment including tooth uproots. I would like to thank my close friends of Kyengera Rotary club (Uganda) that supported me in this marathon and provided Dental care services during the after marathon medical Camp, Also SEFA Organic that gave me the ambulance services, KIFAD for HIV/AIDS and CO.C Clinic for Cervical cancer testing. 


On the same day at the end of the camp and climax of the marathon, My Visitor from Oregon, USA, Portland Mrs Sharon Lacey Presented the walking canes, food items, mattresses and other needs to elderly. 40 Elderly both men and women who are widows and widower, some of whom had lost their sights, can't sand or support themselves in body locomotion all where here yesterday.


I have attached pictures for you who where not here to see what took place.

for Rtn Charles, I hope you must have seen me on the local TV news yesterday at 7:00PM, on BUKEDDE TV, my activity was captured and reported.


Thanks for all the prayers, It was a success registered at CESO, though we had one major challenge amidst the even as one of the ambulance during the race got an accident knocked by a speeding motor car. But no one was injured.



Kabuye James


Rotary E Club, District 7255, Rotary International


The Child & Elderly Support Organisation (CESO)

Snr. Accountant at Aloesha Organic Natural Health Pdts Ltd

Tel:+256 700 133 007