East Central University (ECU) Rotaract Club is one of the most active club in campus. I cannot believe that we had accomplished lots of projects this year 2016/17. We have volunteered in these lots of events presented below:
- Fireball Classic
- Back to school basics
- Fall trash pick up
- Homecoming parade
- Costumes for cure
- Nisha Karki Memorial Dinner
- Christmas Parade of Lights
- Christmas Celebration
- Salvation army bell ringing
- Around the world with Rotaract Silent Auction
- Ada Public Library Book Sale
- Foundation Recognition Dinner
- Ada Sunrise Rotary Club Presentation
- Ada Noon Rotary Club Presentation
- Spring Trash Pick Up
- Ada Rotary 63rd Annual Pancake Fry
We meet on every Wednesday at 5:30 pm in Horace Mann #242. We have our board meeting and general meeting on the alternate week. We are also working on International project in association with our twin club, Rotaract Club of Kathmandu. This project is to collect fund to build water supply tank and water taps in order to supply pure drinking water to the students in Shivapuri Primary School in Nepal. Besides these, our other interest areas are Leadership, Health & Sanitation, Vaccination, Disease, Basic supplies, Local events and many more.
ECU Rotaract Club would like to thank all the supporters, volunteers, ECU Student, faculty and staff for your generous contribution in different ways. Without your support, these incredible results would not have been possible. It is my pleasure to announce that ECU Rotaract Club welcomes new Rotaractors for upcoming semester. The membership is for free and open to all.
Thank you all again…
What is Rotaract?
Rotaract is an international program for college age men and women who want to make a lasting difference in the world. Rotaract, a Rotary-sponsored program, was formed in 1968 and there are now over 9500 clubs around the world with more than two hundred thousand members. Local Rotaract clubs follow the international organization, but are free to design their own programs to fit the needs and interests of the students in the club.
Rotaract clubs provide an opportunity for young adults to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in personal development to address the physical needs of their communities and to promote better relations between all people world-wide through a framework of friendship and service. It fosters leadership and responsible citizenship, encourages high ethical standards in business, and promotes international understanding and peace.
Above all other principles, "Service Above Self' is the creed that guides Rotary. Rotaract Clubs develop projects to address critical issues such as children at risk, poverty and hunger, the environment, illiteracy, and violence. Each year our Rotaract Club completes at least two major local and international service projects. The ECU Rotaract Club assists and is sponsored by Ada's two Rotary Clubs, Ada Sunrise Rotary and Ada Rotary.
For more information about ECU Rotaract Club: Visit ECU Rotaract FaceBook Page