Malaria and other mosquito borne diseases

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best slot machines hard rock casino tampa The speaker at the meeting of the Rotary Club of Kendal on 20th March was Dr. Soonu Verghese from the Rotary Club of Penrith, who gave an illustrated presentation on Mosquito borne diseases, and in particular Malaria.

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Beekeeping in Ethiopia

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online casino review 2019 The speaker at the meeting of the Rotary Club of Kendal on 13th March was David Friend of the Rotary Club of Millom.  He gave an illustrated presentation on the latest Rotary initiative, ‘Beekeeping in Ethiopia’ in conjunction with the charity, ‘Bees for Development’, which aims to provide money to allow up to 100 young Ethiopians to be trained in bee management.

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The Yards of Kendal

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new online casino in usa The speakers at Rotary Club of Kendal's meeting on 27th February were our own Trevor Hughes and Pat Hovey of Kendal Civic Society. They previewed their new forthcoming publication, ‘The Yards of Kendal’, with a fascinating talk about the history of this key element of our town.

online casino real money pokies We heard about the development of the yards from burgage plots - they had nothing to do with invading Scots! We now know the size of an acre too: you can expect to see Rotarians pacing out the 22 yards between each one! 

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The Child Care Trust

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More Memories of a Village Policeman

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Jim WilsonThe speaker at the meeting of the Rotary Club of Kendal on 6th February was Jim Wilson, a retired local rural police constable, who regaled us with many humorous and sometimes sad stories of his time in the Cumbria force. 

He recalled the days when the local bobby was known to all the people on his area – and they all knew him.

A Career as a Farrier

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Angus WisemanThe speaker at the meeting of the Rotary Club of Kendal on 30th January was Angus Wiseman who gave a fascinating talk on his career as a farrier.

In 1985 he started his four year apprenticeship in Scotland learning all about horse foot anatomy with a hands on approach to making and fitting horse shoes, which was followed by a few months in America before finally working for a farrier in Kirby Lonsdale.

He is currently employed by Myerscough College training future farriers and passing on his hard earned experiences.