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What does it mean to be a member of the biggest and the most dynamic club?
We kept doing what we are good at:
- Indian Food Lunch Delivery
- Christmas Wine Sale
- Members for Members Dinner
- Dragon Boats
- Prague Night Bike Ride
- Youth Exchange
- Polio plus
- Život 90
- Our Child Founhdation
- Project Patrik
- Indian School
- TIPA Turkana
- Modrý klíč
- Good Will Foundation
- Modrý klíč
- Škola Klíček
- RC Montreal
- RC Coral Gables
- RC Goldener Rieter Dresden
- RC Bristol
- Graz konference
- RC Tollhattan
We held 50 meetings and we had exciting and interesting guests coming and sharing their experience with us.
We welcomed 11 new members and currently have 48 members in total!
We introduced new web and Facebook pages!
Do you want to become a member of RCPI family? Contact Sanan at email@example.com or come in and see us at club meetings or following events.
Save the dates:
September 21, 2015 – Golf Tournament – supporting Matilda fund – contact Marie Jehličková for details
Rotary Hike and meeting with RC Bristol and RC Dresden Clubs – October 7 and 8 – contact Petr Šmejcký for details
Yes, we all are RCPI and we love having fun doing good!
At an award ceremony in Prague the Rotary Club Prague International handed over a record 400,000 CZK (€14,500) to charity from the proceeds of the 2015 Dragon Boat Charity Challenge. Twenty Six teams entered and over 1000 people attended the event which was held on the 23rd May at Žluté lázně, Podolské nábřeží, Praha. Participation was the name of the game and crews from companies, clubs and societies, including one from Germany, entered into the spirit of the event. The winning team was Rotary Club Stare Mesto. The main beneficiaries are ŽIVOT 90, an organisation providing a wide range of services for senior citizens and Nadace Naše Dítě who offer much needed help and support for many children in very difficult circumstances.
A big thank you from the Rotary Club Prague International goes to all who took part, the companies and organisations who sponsored the event and of course all who made such generous donations of time and money to make the event possible.
Rotary Club Prague International hosted 20 members and 11 guest. They all came to listen to Radka Machova, the only women pilot leading formation the world for The Flying Bulls team.
Radka Machova has to keep her eye on the ball at all times. Three other pilots looking to her for instructions as they fly within a hair’s breadth of each other.
The Czech pilot, who got her wings while studying at the University of Transportation, Air Transport Department in Žilina, Slovak Republic, stays calm under pressure and has a lifetime’s experience in the cockpit to call upon, when things get tough. Radka shared with us her view on how 15 minutes of flying equals to 8 hours of mining as formation aerobatics is the most challenging way of flying. She mentioned how she succeeded after a 67 years old colleague of her resigned, testing male pilots first and only after their failure Rada was successful.
Did you know that in order to perform aerobatics overseas, it takes them 3 days to disassemble the plane so that it can be shipped by sea container, then the team have to assemble the plane, perform for three days and then disassemble the plane again? Each member is responsible for his/ her plane assembly!
Incredible stories, inspiring personalities. Come to RCPI to be part of the group that combines charity with inspiration!
Contact Sanan at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in coming.
Linda Štucbartová, Club Secretary
Jersey hanging out in the lobby having a beer. The Hilton is where they all stay when they are working here.
district Paul Harris Fellows. Irena Brichta was showered in awards and commendations in thanks for all the hard work and long hours she puts into
RI. And believe me she puts in a lot of effort and hours.
Membership Chairman, President Nominee 2014/15
Rotary Club Prague International
This unique hospital is one of the longest serving hospitals within the region of Central Europe, having a continuous history of providing medical services from 1354. The hospital was always given special attention from the sovereigns, from Charles IV. to Ferdinand d´Este. Before the WW I, it had 200 beds and was the largest hospital in Prague area. The group was given a special tour around gardens, dining hall and other premises. As the hospital is now funded from Prague municipality budget, it always looks for some material and or financial support.
If you have missed the visit, just contact Gabriela Kozlova at email@example.com if you speak Czech and if you don’t please contact Sanan Phutrakul at firstname.lastname@example.org and he’ll translate/relay messages to provide donations in form of needed supplies.
Modry Klic, in 2014, provided comprehensive care facilities for 115 users. Social services, day care, weekly clinics and respite care are offered to users in a variety of forms adapted to the type and depth of their disability and their age. Development of these forms is driven by efforts to approach the maximum possible life of people with disabilities normal lives of their peers. Children offered education at the kindergarten and elementary school levels. For older service users daily program implemented with workplaces or in workshops. In addition to educational and work program for users the project offers services such as meals, transportation, physiotherapy services and advisory services, continuing training and education program of family members and carers of service users.