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Rotary Club meets Saturdays at Almond Hotel

Rotary Club meets Saturdays at Almond Hotel

The Rotary Club of Phnom Penh invites like-minded professionals in Cambodia to attend their Saturday meetings at the Almond Hotel at 9:30 a.m. or their monthly luncheon at the Regency Café in the Intercontinental Hotel on the last Saturday of the month, at 12:30 p.m.

People of a service and professional type are invited to call or e-mail Rotary Club of Phnom Penh Secretary Domingo Aranal.

“Those who may share Rotary objective -- to share and foster the idea of service and in particular to encourage the development of acquaintance and opportunity for service are welcome,” Aranal said.

Rotary Club of Phnom Penh’s current project is the donation of medical equipment including a medical treatment analyzer and solar power generator to Graphis Health Center, according to Aranal.

“Another project is the making of education instruction materials in science and math to be provided to the regional teacher training centers in Cambodia,” he said.

The Rotary Club of Phnom Penh has about 20 members. Arana said they would like to have members with high ethical standards in business and professions.

The application of the ideal of service in every Rotarian personal, business and community life. The advancement of international understanding, goodwill and peace through a word fellowship of business of professional persons united in the ideal of service. The Rotary Club of Phnom Penh President is Eric Mousset.

Those wishing to attend a Saturday meeting or lunch may contact Secretary Arana at  [email protected] by email or by telephone at 011 317 284.


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