World Polio Day to Be Observed On October 24

World Polio Day to Be Observed On October 24

For the observance of World Polio Day, on October 24, the Rotary International has outlined a number of programs to spread awareness about the disease, which is not so common these days. Consequently, the Rotary Club of Alliston has expressed enthusiasm to organize an array of events for the day.

Accordingly, the enthusiastic clubs members have send invitations to residents in the area for marking their presence in its meeting on October 24 at 6.25pm in order take learn positive things from the touching experience of Pat MacLeod, a polio survivor. The club has also notified that it observes identical meets every month and urged the natives for their active participation.

While briefing about the event, Christine Crowe, the Club secretary, admired efforts on regional as well as international level that has pushed polio at the verge of collapse. In addition, Christine has also expressed gratitude towards all people who have contributed through small or big charities at Sainsbury.

“Rotary is also about developing lifelong friendships at our weekly lunchtime meetings and enjoying a variety of club activities, in social, fund raising and service projects”, Christine Crowe added further.

Event organizers have confirmed that to enjoy the thrilling programs audiences need to spend just $15 on tickets. Further, they notified October 16 as last date for the purchasing of tickets. There would be limited seats so it is suggested to grab the tickets as soon as possible. In order to know more about the program or to purchase tickets or for any other related assistance it is suggested to make ca call on 519-925-1268, 705-435-6758 to have a conversation with Sue Leach and Joan Hayward, respectively.


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