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New Generations Service


New Generations Service, also known as Youth Opportunities, recognizes the positive change implemented by youth and young adults through leadership development activities such as RYLA, Rotaract and Interact club service projects, and creating international understanding with Rotary Youth Exchange.

School Enterprise Days

Contact: 
Jim Sleight

Southam 2000 members act as facilitators at the annual Enterprise days at Southam College, helping the pupils to get the most out of the opportunity to prepare and learn skills to help make the most of opportunities in their working lives.

Mablethorpe Holidays

Contact: 
Iain Wilson

This scheme provides holidays for youngsters who would otherwise never enjoy a holiday break to help them re-charge their energies and enjoy a change of scenery. Southam 2000 has sponsored local children taking part for many years.

Rotaract

Contact: 
Dave Roberts

Southam 2000 works closely with Leamington and Warwick Roteract Club (for 18 to 30 year olds), supporting each other's events and fundraising, as well as joining together for meetings regularly

Interact

Contact: 
Dave Roberts

Jointly with the Southam club, our club supports an Interact Club (Rotary for 16 to 18 year olds) in Southam College. This is proving very popular with up to 30 members taking apart in their regular activities.

Around the Clubs in December

Birmingham

A lovely story from the Birmingham club’s January newsletter from Douglas MacDonald

Whilst on duty at the Sleigh before Christmas a man placed some coins in my collecting tin and then said “are you the same Rotary as the one which ran the Training Centre in New Canal Street in the 1980s”. I was pleased to confirm his belief and he then explained that having been made redundant he had taken a course in metalwork at the Training Centre subsequently gaining full employment until his recent retirement.

District 1060 Topics for December

RIBI Health and Safety and Insurance policies: a new 57-page document sets out the organisation’s Health and Safety Policies. Below is a five-point précis that should clear up the entire H & S issue. The full document is available on request from Alcester or on line on the RIBI web site.

Rotary Young Carers

The District 1060 Young Carers programme arranges for young carers between the ages of 10 - 16 to enjoy a holiday on the canal boat Dream Catcher and take a respite from their duties.

The programme is administered on behalf of the District by the members of the Rotary Club of Alcester Alauna. Full information may be seen on the RYLA website at www.RotaryYoungCarers.org.uk

Rotary Youth Leadership Award

7 International students aged between 18 - 21 mainly from Europe will take part in the 2011 Rotary Youth Leadrship Award programme where they will stay with Rotary hosts for part of the programme. The Rotary Club of Alcester Alauna will again be hosting 2 of the students during their stay in the UK

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