A right Royal performance from all the clubs who raised in excess of
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Misbourne Matins held a charity Film Night
by actor, Jean Heard
with a fascinating performance
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Elthorne-Hillingdon held a Gala Dinner Evening
One Day only....Hurry, while stocks last
Members of Oxford Isis were on special offer
and was impressed by the work of Rotary to End Polio NOW
The Lord Mayor came along to see what it was all about
covering all exits
Oxford, Oxford Isis and Oxford North
The Oxford clubs teamed up to put on a fine display in the Westgate Centre
and held a collection outside Sainsbury's
Didcot had a display outside the Orchard Centre
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.... adding a touch of glamour, which did wonders for the collection
Bicester's Ambassadorial Scholars lent a hand
Windsor & Eton teamed up with Windsor St George
Princes Risborough had fun collecting at Tesco Just like that
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... and raised awareness in the Market Square
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Faringdon enlisted the help of Thomas the Tank Engine ....
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Loddon Vale took the End Polio NOW campaign into local schools
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Bourne End & Cookham and Haddenham & District held quizes to raise funds
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Bicester's Window of Opportunity told the Polio Story in Crown Walk shopping arcade
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Elthorne-Hillingdon had a striking Window of Opportunity at Victoria Road in Ruislip Manor
Clubs throughout District 1090 were active during February raising funds and awareness for the End Polio NOW campaign. It was also an opportunity for membership recruitment and to raise the profile of Rotary
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