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 The RCoPB Club Assembly on Friday, 9 June was well attended by 16 members, who became 17 when new member Deb Mierczak became the second woman inducted in 2017-18. Twelve are required for a quorum at Club Assemblies.
Larry Amsden led members through changes to the by-laws resulting from a review by himself, PP Sam and PP Denis. 
Changes approved were:
  1. Confirmation of the change of date to a Friday at noon-1.30p for weekly meetings.
  2. 40% attendance, down from 60%, is now permitted, including makeups.
  3. A recommendation from the outgoing board not to include a new Article 11 in the revamped by-laws, to introduce corporate membership, was accepted.
  4. All other recommended changes to the by-laws were approved.
A big thank you to Larry, Sam and Denis for undertaking this important task. 
Rotarians and children alike were not daunted by a massive power blackout when they gathered at Prince of Songkla University on Tuesday, 6 June for the formal presentation of water filters arising from the White Water Gala fund raiser earlier this year.
The scene was set for around 300 people in a large lecture room at the University. The deputy governor had arrived, 300 filters had been assembled, many of them on the stage. School children, parents, friends, university staff and Rotarians were all set. 
 RCoPB proudly participated in a wonderful ceremony at Prince of Songkla University on Thursday, 25 May held to present scholarships to 302 underprivileged children.
 Rotarians Larry Amsden Alastair; honorary Rotarian Jimmy and prospective Rotarian Debra attended on behalf of the club and presented scholarship envelopes to the children, along with representatives of other organisations who support Child Watch, the Phuket based organisation that aids abused and helpless children. 
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Patong Beach

Servicing Humanity

Meets every Friday at 12:00 noon for lunch, except first week of the month. Please check event calendar for details
Days Inn Patong Beach (formerly Aloha Villa)
Patong Beach, Phuket  831510
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