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THE HISTORY OF DISTRICT 4825, Argentina

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A Part of Our History of Rotary in South America

Prepared by the district and not verified by Rotary Global History

NEW DISTRICT 4825 FROM 1 JULY 2008
REPORTS OF DISTRICT PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE

Dear Rotary Family:
The Board of Directors of Rotary International, at its meeting in June 2007, a draft re-districting that involves our district and had been submitted by the Director Carlos Speroni, who worked hard to achieve will reconcile and plan re-approved districting.

According to this approval, with effect from 01-07-08, our district will no longer be the 4820 and become the District 4825.
It is composed as follows:
 * The 42 clubs that make up District 4820 - These clubs bring with them 868 members
 * The 9 clubs from District 4850, which are - Que son Carmen de Areco, Chacabuco, Gral Viamonte, Grand Bourg, Junín, Junín Sur, Junín Villa Belgrano, San Andrés de Giles Villa Ballester - These clubs bring with them 172 members
 * The 4-clubs from District 4870, which are - Que son América, Gral. Arenales, Gral Pinto and Gral Villegas - These clubs bring with them 60 members.

With these additions the new District 4825 will have 55 clubs with 1100 members but all those members who join during this period.

 

D4825 is the home district of PRIP Luis Giay 1996-97

Celia Cruz de Giay,
Chairperson of District Relations Committee


 

acknowledgements to the District, Clubs, members and Webmaster
posted by RGHF Webmaster, Greg Barlow. March 2009