Rotary club provides shirts for Ugandan school teachers
Teachers at Uganda's Divine Mercy Primary School have new shirts after a donation was made to the Rotary Club of Brisbane Water.
When the club received a donation of brand new shirts from Ettalong Diggers, club members knew exactly where they wanted them to go.
Divine Mercy is a Rotary Australia World Community Service project that Rotarians from the Brisbane Water Club have been part of for several years.
"Ettalong Diggers generously donated some of their superseded staff shirts which we were able to deliver to staff at Diviner Mercy before the start of the school year," said club project manager Ms Sue O'Neill.
"We gave out the shirts for the teachers to wear for the first day of school.
"The teachers were thrilled with the shirts and loved the little logos.
"We explained that it is a beachy logo reflective of the Ettalong area and the teachers reported that they felt very smart in their new shirts."
Newsletter, 20 Feb 2020
Sue O'Neill, Rotary Club of Brisbane Water
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