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RAGAMS Newsletter December 2022

“Rotarians can make a difference” Together, Rotarians, families and friends, are stronger than MS. Our ultimate goal is to bring the world together to improve the quality of life of everybody affected by MS and to end MS forever.

The December quarter of the Rotary year has been very busy for our RAGAMS Team working on items below and the RAGAMS annual report (submitted October1, 2023.)

Melbourne Convention Hybrid Event May 27-31,2023

https://convention.rotary.org/en

- We have applied for:

- RAGAMS Real Time Exhibition Booth

- RAGAMS Virtual Exhibition Booth (for paid up Convention Registrants only)

- RAGAMS “Break Out Session”

Work in Progress:

RAGAMS Australia.

  • Jacob Taurins Memorial top up PhD Scholarship recipient Vivian Li continuing her research work at Florey Institute and will be completed 2023.
  • Presented Cheque A$36000, to Australian Rotary Health for 3rd PHD Scholarship.
  • Supported MSA Bike Ride/ Run/Walk by managing the sausage sizzle.
  • Managed the Bunnings Sunbury sausage sizzle, fundraising for RAGMSA.
  • Collaborating with RAWCS (Rotary Australia World Community Services) for a project with RAGAMS (India). Considering resumption of Vocational Exchange with fledgling MS Society of India.

RAGAMS (India)

- RAGAMS (India) is doing a great job, establishing itself and organised several events including a very successful Photo show. Many Indian Rotary Clubs were involved and a Memorandum of Understanding was signed with MS Society of India. Please refer link https://photos.app.goo.gl/eXBXkA6vtHioVbyy9

- RAGAMS (India) is considering how to improve Social media and website www.rotary-ragmsa.org/

- As India is a large country with more than 1.2 billion population we need to expand our reach to other counties and states. We are considering resource required.

  • • We need to set a date for a Zoom meeting early next year.

Wishing a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all!

Prepared by: Diana and Martin Taurins

RAGAMS Connect July 31, 2022

Bringing the world together to improve the quality of life of those affected by MS and to end MS forever

Chairpersons Message

“Rotarians can make a difference” Together, Rotarians, families and friends, are stronger than MS. Our ultimate goal is to bring the world together to improve the quality of life of everybody affected by MS and to end MS forever.

The last quarter of the Rotary year has been very busy with MS 50 km walk, Rotary D9800 conference, development for the Houston Virtual Convention Booth, management of the 2022 Houston Convention real time Exhibition Booth and participation in MSIF-MS connections program.

RAGAMS (India) organised a very successful World MS Day event on May 31st with many Indian Rotary Clubs Involved, refer Chairperson Shankar’s email below:

Subject: Re: World MS Day update - MS Connections extended

Greetings from RAGAMS India

Yesterday we had a wonderful program where close to 31 clubs and 3 Rotaract clubs were involved . This was such an impactful event that many clubs have come forward to extend their support to MS and we hope to do some good work going forward. We also had a fashion of persons with MS followed by a fashion show by the 31 Presidents involved. We presented Mementoes to MS Doctors, Rehabilitation Specialists, Persons with MS and Caregivers.

We had an attendance close to 200 people along with press and media. I shall share the media report in a short while. I hope to emulate the same in various cities in the coming months.

Please find attached the photos for your reference.

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1AJWNE_EhgldA0_0cox14YP8Cj3FieVgZ

Thank you all for your encouragement and love!

Regards,

Shankar Subramanian

Annual MS Awareness month-May.

The May 50K fundraisers walked, ran and rode over 500,000 kilometres last month. The May 50K is a virtual event where people around the world run, walk or ride 50 kilometres throughout May to raise money for MS research and improving access to treatment. Despite fundraising in hard times, more than 13,000 participants raised over £1,075,000 across 45 countries.

This year, the global movement came together again to deliver the May 50K with MSIF, MS Australia, Esclerosis Múltiple Argentina, MS Society of Canada, MS Ireland, UK MS Society, and Stichting MS Research in the Netherlands. Money raised through The May 50K supports global, and national MS research, and work to grant access to treatments worldwide.

RAGAMS members and friends in Australia joined up and formed a team in the May MSA 50K event. https://www.themay50k.org/fundraisers/rotaryactiongroupagainstmultiplesclerosis

Special mention to Grant Hocking, Virginia Billson and Renae Gentile lead the way and smashed our original target of $1500 and raised $4133.

Thank you to all the participants who took part this year!

In future, RAGAMS aims to increase promotion of May as MS Awareness month within Rotary International to help boost Rotarian participation in the MSIF events. For more information refer to: http://www.msif.org

Houston Convention Hybrid Event June 4-8:

- RAGAMS Real Time Exhibition Booth: NMMS Society Houston volunteers managed the real time booth from June 4-8, 2022.

Thanks to the team of volunteers in Houston.

- RAGAMS also developed a Virtual Exhibition Booth for paid up Convention Registrants only.

Work in Progress:

The new Rotary year now begins and we must start updating our strategy, prepare the RI RAG Annual Report by October 1, 2022 and planning for the RI convention to be held in Melbourne May 27-31, 2023 https://convention.rotary.org/en

Special mention to Grant Hocking, Virginia Billson and Renae Gentile lead the way and smashed our original target of $1500 and raised $4133.

RAGAMS Australia

  • The Jacob Taurins Memorial top up PhD Scholarship recipient Vivian Li continuing her research work at Florey Institute

RAGAMS (India)

  • Working with the Rotary club of Bangalore Rajmahal Vilas KA; India D3190 to promote and collaborate with the MS Society in India and MSIF to promote MS Awareness in India.
  • With the help of RAGAMS (India) we are considering how to improve Social media and website www.rotary-ragmsa.org.
  • As India is a large country with more than 1.2 billion population we need to expand our reach to other counties and states. We are considering resource required.

Other points of note:

Consider resumption of fledgling MS Society Vocational exchange training project.

Reconnect and progress communication with PP Lina Lugheresia, Rotaract Club of Ngong Hills D9212 Kenya and Co-ordinator of Intarconnect.

Identify more country managers and invite to Zoom Meetings.

Prepared by: Diana and Martin Taurins

RAGAMS Connect May, 2022

Bringing the world together to improve the quality of life of those affected by MS and to end MS forever

Message from the Chair

May is MS Awareness Month in Australia. We have a RAGAMS Team in the May MS 50K walk, Grant Hocking, Virginia Billson and Renae Gentile are leading the way and have surpassed our original target of $1500.

MSIF and 49 of their member organisations promote the World MS Day on May 29th where Global MS organisation participate in a webinar and virtual Choir.

RAGAMS (India) are participating in the MS Day Connections Celebrations on May 29 and are organising an event.

RAGAMS collaborates with and shares a vision with The MS International Federation (MSIF) which is a unique global network of multiple sclerosis organisations, people affected by MS, volunteers and staff from around the world. MSIF is made up of 49 MS organisations with links to many others. MSIF vision is a world without MS. Their mission is to inspire, mobilise and bring the world together to improve the quality of life of everybody affected by MS and to end MS forever.

The Multiple Sclerosis International Federation was established in 1967 as an international body linking the activities of National MS societies around the world including USA, Canada, England, Europe, India, etc For more information refer to: http://www.msif.org Our mission is to promote MS Awareness within Rotary. We can share our lessons learnt and help clubs to start an MS project in their community. We can assist with applications for a Global or District Grant.

RAGAMS is championed from Australia, we require Rotarians in USA, England Europe, India etc. to take a lead role, let us know how you are involved or would like to be involved with the MS Community.

Pre-Covid, at Rotary Conventions many Rotarians advised us that they are supporting MS Chapters in their community. We need Rotarians to promote and share their stories within Rotary project showcase.

Many clubs are still meeting by Zoom. We would love to speak to your club, district, or community group about our Action Group. All you have to do is ask.

We are constantly reviewing our strategic plan to keep abreast with research and latest ways to help people with MS improve their daily quality of life.

For succession planning we need new committee members and new volunteers to the publications team.

We could not work without our volunteers, families and friends.

Over three decades there have been many improvements for people with remitting relapsing MS. There is still no definitive cause or cure for MS. People with Progressive MS have improved physio and improved wheelchairs and electronic management techniques. But MS Investigators need to find a cure and cause. This keeps us all motivated and working for our cause.

There are new projects supporting MS Research awaiting funding and projects the MS Community have been working on for a few years needing more funds.

I hope you can consider RAGAMS as we “Serve to Change Lives”.

Best wishes to you all.

Yours in Rotary,
Rtn. Martin Taurins
Chair - Rotary Action Group Against Multiple Sclerosis

RAGAMS (India) - World MS Day Program

On the occasion of the world MS day, RAGAMS(India) organised a program on the 31st of May, 2022, to bring about awareness about the Multiple Sclerosis disease. This was a joint program with 31 other clubs from RID 3190 in the presence of the District Governor and other district officials. This was conducted by the Rotary Action Group Against Multiple Sclerosis - RAGAMS (India) and MSSI Bangalore Chapter.

They held a fashion show with persons with MS followed by a show with the 31 club Presidents. They presented mementoes to MS Doctors , Rehabilitation Specialists, Persons with MS and caregivers, who have greatly supported in bringing awareness for MS in the community. It was an impactful program in spreading the word on MS and connecting those affected, professionals and policy makers to voice the differences they could make and support each other. The program had an attendance to 200+ people along with press and media.

MS Australia

  • The Jacob Taurins Memorial top up PhD Scholarship recipient Vivian Li continuing her research work at Florey Institute.
  • Bunnings sausage sizzle raised $1,100 in December, 2021.
  • World MS Day-MS Global Dinner postponed to May 2023 due to Covid.
  • RAGAMS displayed at D9800 Conference in Albury and had some enthusiastic supporters visit.

MS International

  • Houston convention: RAGAMS Real Time Exhibition Booth we require volunteers at the booth from June 4-8, 2022. Currently we are working with the Houston MS Chapter volunteers develop a manning schedule.
  • If any D9800 Rotarians attend the convention please visit Booth number 1020.
  • RAGAMS will also have a Virtual Exhibition Booth available.
  • We are currently working with the Rotary club of Bangalore Rajmahal Vilas KA; India Dist. 3190 to promote and collaborate with the MS Society in India and MSIF to promote MS Awareness in India. With the help of RAGAMS (India) we are considering how to improve Social media and website www.rotaryragmsa.org. As India is a large country with more than 1.2 billion population we need to expand our reach to other counties and states. We are considering resource required to get started.
  • Considering how to reconnect and progress communication with PP Lina Lugheresia, Rotaract Club of Ngong Hills D9212 Kenya and Co-ordinator of Intarconnect.
  • Subject to Covid, consider resumption of fledgling MS Society Vocational exchange training project.
  • Identify more Country managers and invite to Zoom Meetings.

Prepared by: Diana and Martin Taurins

RAGAMS Newsletter March, 2022

"Rotarians can make a difference" Together, Rotarians, families and friends, are stronger than MS. Our ultimate goal is to bring the world together to improve the quality of life of everybody affected by MS and to end MS forever.

As last year came to an end, I am sure there are sighs of relief from many people. Throughout the year I have had the privilege attending RAG Leaders meetings via Zoom.

I will circulate information from Rotary action group leaders meeting held January18 re fundraising and finance.

RAGAMS collaborates with and shares a vision with The MS International Federation (MSIF) which is a unique global network of multiple sclerosis organisations, people affected by MS, volunteers and staff from around the world. MSIF is made up of 49 MS organisations with links to many others. MSIF vision is a world without MS. Their mission is to inspire, mobilise and bring the world together to improve the quality of life of everybody affected by MS and to end MS forever.

The Multiple Sclerosis International Federation was established in 1967 as an international body linking the activities of National MS societies around the world including USA, Canada, England, Europe, India, etc.

For more information refer to: http://www.msif.org

Our mission is to promote MS Awareness within Rotary.

We can share our lessons learnt and help clubs to start an MS project in their community. We can assist with applications for a Global or District Grant.

RAGAMS is championed from Australia, we require Rotarians in USA, England Europe, India etc to take a lead role, let us know how you are involved or would like to be involved with the MS Community.

Pre Covid, at Rotary Conventions many Rotarians advised us that they are supporting MS Chapters in their community. We need Rotarians to promote and share their stories within Rotary project showcase.

Many clubs are still meeting by Zoom. We would love to speak to your club, district, or community group about our Action Group. All you have to do is ask.

We are constantly reviewing our strategic plan to keep abreast with research and latest ways to help people with MS improve their daily quality of life.

For Succession planning we need new committee members and new volunteers to the publications team.

We could not work without our volunteers, families and friends.

Over three decades there have been many improvements for people with remitting relapsing MS. There is still no definitive cause or cure for MS. People with Progressive MS have improved physio and improved wheelchairs and electronic management techniques. But MS Investigators need to find a cure and cause. This keeps us all motivated and working for our cause.

There are new projects supporting MS Research awaiting funding and projects the MS Community have been working on for a few years needing more funds.

I hope you can consider RAGAMS as we “Serve to Change Lives”.

Best wishes to you all.

Yours in Rotary
Martin Taurins
Chair - Rotary Action Group against Multiple Sclerosis

MS Australia

  • The Jacob Taurins Memorial top up PhD Scholarship recipient Vivian Li continuing her research work at Florey Institute.
  • Bunnings sausage sizzle raised $1,100 in December,2021.
  • World MS Day-MS Global Dinner was cancelled due to Covid and postponed to May 2022.
  • RAGAMS will display at D9800 Conference in Albury ii it goes ahead.

International:

  • Houston convention: RAGAMS Exhibition Booth has been approved and we require volunteers at the booth from June 4-8, 2022
  • We are currently working with the Rotary club of Bangalore Rajmahal Vilas KA; India D3190 to promote and collaborate with the MS Society in India and MSIF to promote MS Awareness in India. With the help of RAGAMS (India) we are considering how to improve Social media and website www.rotary-ragmsa.org. As India is a large country with more than 1.2 billion population we need to expand our reach to other counties and states. We are considering resource required to get started.
  • Considering how to reconnect and progress communication with PP Lina Lugheresia, Rotaract Club of Ngong Hills D9212 Kenya and Co-ordinator of Intarconnect.
  • Subject to Covid, consider resumption of fledgling MS Society Vocational exchange training project.
  • Identify more Country managers and invite to Zoom Meetings.

Prepared by: Diana and Martin Taurins

RAGAMS Newsletter August, 2021

"Rotarians can make a difference" Together, Rotarians, families and friends, are stronger than MS. Our ultimate goal is to bring the world together to improve the quality of life of everybody affected by MS and to end MS forever.

Message from the Chair

A new Rotary year has just begun. A new opportunity to make a difference.

"Serve to change lives" is the Rotary international theme for this year. A great theme for Rotarians who are "People of Action." We know there is so much to do in the world to change the lives of so many people.

Our Action Group is trying to make a difference to those affected by Multiple Sclerosis.

There are so many diseases that need attention affecting many people.

Our wish is to help find a cure for MS. We could help your club to start an MS project and assist with your application for a Global or District Grant.

Many clubs are still meeting by Zoom. We would love to speak to your club, district, or community group about our Action Group. All you have to do is ask.

We are currently working with the Rotary club of Bangalore Rajmahal Vilas KA; India D3190 to develop a project of scale, How to promote and collaborate with the MS

Society in India and MSIF to promote MS Awareness in India.

Best wishes to you all for the New Rotary Year ahead. I know you will "serve to change lives"

Yours in Rotary
Martin Taurins
Chair - Rotary Action Group against Multiple Sclerosis

MS Australia

  • The Jacob Taurins Memorial top up PhD Scholarship recipient Vivian Li has started her research work at Florey Institute and is doing well and shared her progress with Rotary Club of Gisborne via Zoom.
  • RAGAMS team raised $2465 in the MS (Australia) 5K walk/run event. Thanks for Grant Hocking for his massive help.
  • Bunnings sausage sizzle raised $632.95
  • World MS Day-MS Global Dinner was cancelled due to Covid and postponed to May 2022.
  • RAGAMS displayed at D9800 Conference.

International:

  • With the help of RAGAMS (India) we are considering how to improve Social media and website https://rotary-ragmsa.org. As India is a large country with more than 1.2 billion population we need to expand our reach to other counties and states. We are considering resource required to implement above.
  • Considering how to reconnect and progress communication with PP Lina Lugheresia, Rotaract Club of Ngong Hills D9212 Kenya and Co-ordinator of Intarconnect.
  • Subject to Covid, consider resumption of fledgling MS Society Vocational exchange training project.
  • Despite Covid, pursuing interested Rotary clubs to partner with MS projects with RAGAMS and MSIF https://msif.org.
  • Identify more Country managers and invite to Zoom Meetings.
  • RAGAMS participated via an Exhibition Booth at the Taiwan VirtualRI convention.
  • Our Long time Philippines RGAMS member Brian House, passed away July 03, 2021. Condolences to his family. He was loyal member in contact with us over two decades.

Prepared by: Diana and Martin Taurins

RAGAMS Newsletter January, 2021

"Rotarians can make a difference" Together, Rotarians, families and friends, are stronger than MS. Our ultimate goal is to bring the world together to improve the quality of life of everybody affected by MS and to end MS forever.

Hope you all enjoyed the Christmas and New Year festivities, Rotary meetings have started again and we are thinking about tasks for the next 6 months.

MS Australia

  • We reached out to Professor Trevor Kilpatrick at Florey Institute, Melbourne and discussed MS research progress.
  • The Jacob Taurins Memorial top up PhD Scholarship recipient Vivian Li started her research work at Florey Institute and is doing well. We shall set up a Zoom meeting at the Rotary Club of Gisborne so Vivian can share her progress with Rotarians.
  • RAGAMS will participate the Victorian MS 5K walk/run event. Also Refer MSIF events.
  • MS Researchers asking for direct donations to support their projects
  • The Kiss goodbye program is now an International program. Refer MSIF.
  • MSA have allocated $2.9 million for research projects as per social media posts.
  • RAGAMS to identify an appropriate Research project.
  • Trevor suggested our group members could meet with him to discuss potential research projects.
  • Bunnings have started community fundraising Sausage sizzles again and we have requested a booking a date.
  • MS Global Dinner will be planned for May, 2021.
  • Pending Covid, RAGAMS will be present at D9800 Assembly, Conference etc.

International:

  • http://rotary-ragmsa.org and Facebook upgraded to comply with Rotary branding.
  • Taiwan RI Convention cancelled due to Covid. RAGAMS will participate with a virtual exhibition Booth.
  • RAGAMS (India D3190). Status from Shankar below: Dear Martin, "The first half of the year has been very slow due to COVID and various other technical challenges we have in the slowness of making all the back end documentation required for us to operate as a legal establishment. I am positive that we should have a bank account running soon post which we can start working on creating awareness within Rotary circles. As Multiple Sclerosis is a rarer disease in these parts compared to other bigger diseases like Cancer, TB etc. We will have an uphill task first in creating awareness within Rotarians. My primary goal would be to reach as many Rotarians as possible over the next few months through awareness talks".
  • Investigating participation in Africa Virtual Health Fairs Participation. Follow up - PP Lina Lugheresia, Rotaract Club of Ngong Hills D9212 Kenya and Co-ordinator Intarconnect.
  • Subject to Covid, consider resumption of fledgling MS Vocational training exchange. Possibly US Virgin Islands, India, Philippines and Kenya Africa,
  • Continue pursuing interested Rotary clubs to partner with MS projects with RAGAMS and MSIF https://msif.org
  • Identify more Country managers and invite to Zoom Meetings.

Prepared by: Diana and Martin Taurins

RAGMSA Newsletter October, 2020

"Rotarians can make a difference" Together, Rotarians, families and friends, are stronger than MS. Our ultimate goal is to bring the world together to improve the quality of life of everybody affected by MS and to end MS forever.

Our aim is attract new members to join our team to help us manage RAGAMS, take on a roles such as country managers or officers.

Diana and I and founding MS Awareness Committee have had a challenging year.

After attending The RI Hamburg Convention we booked an Exhibition Booth for Honolulu, but along with other events in Australia all were cancelled due to the COVID epidemic.

The good news is that we have been forced to look at new ways to keep our RAGAMS going.

Firstly our Jacob Taurins Memorial top up PhD Scholarship recipient started work in March 2020.

May 28 President Bernhard Karli Rotary e club of London asked us to present at their Zoom Club meeting. CEO MSIF Peer Baneke and Martin presented, Please view by clicking on the following Link: zoom_028th May2020 speaker meeting on MS (3).mp4

In July Rtn Raghu Allam D3190 Action Groups Chair and Shankar Subramanian member of Rotary Club of Bangalore Rajmahal Vilas D3190 contacted us wanting to create an MS Action Group in India. RAGAMS (India) was successfully launched via Zoom with over 100 participants participating. Please view by clicking following Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsOTsMeXDLk&feature=youtu.be

In October PP Lina Lugheresia, Rotaract Club of Ngong Hills D9212 Kenya and Co-ordinator Intarconnect invited RAGAMS to a Zoom Interview to promote Rotary Alumni to reconnect with Action Groups as part of Rotary Reconnect Week. Please view by clicking on following link: https://www.facebook.com/2023768591248320/posts/2527447860880388/

We want Rotary clubs to partner with RAGAMS and MSIF http://www.msif.org

We need to reconnect with lifetime members and people with empathy for people with MS and to take on an active role in RAGAMS.

Martin Taurins

RAGAMS News

News 2020

10xmembers from India have joined our group and we now have a Country Manager for India.

Due to COVID epidemic Honolulu Convention was cancelled.

We participated in the RI Virtual Convention and had a RAGAMS Exhibition Booth

We presented RAGAMS at a zoom meeting with eClub of London

News September 2019

Contacting visitors met at Hamburg RAGAMS booth to encourage partnering with international MS projects.

Jacob Taurins Memorial PHD Scholarship Candidate in partnership with Australian Health, Melbourne University and Florey institute selected will start February 2019.

Rotary Club of Bendigo D9800 ran the 2019 24hr Megaswim and raised $32,000 for MSA.

RAGAMS investigating and setting up communication with Rotary clubs in France fund the MSIF Du Pre Scholarship.

Working on implementing RAGAMS new strategy, updating website and presenting at Rotary Clubs in D9800.

Setting up communication International communication channels MSIF and MSRA and RAGAMS members so we can act as resource for Rotary clubs to implement MS Projects.

RAGAMS has attended convention since Melbourne FYI RI Conventions Listing.

Demonstrate active involvement in programs/projects

Below is a list of past projects undertaken by RAGAMS and other clubs / districts. These will be promoted on the new website along with stories of how these projects were organised as a way of activating clubs and districts to take action.

  • Container of Disability aids to Argentina
  • Vocation exchange with Argentina, Japan, India, NZ
  • Upgraded bathroom for young person with MS
  • Supplied renewed Computers to people with MS
  • Longitudinal Study Tasmania Australia with ANU (provided seed funding taken over by Australian Government and expanded to New Zealand)
  • Wishing Well, Mooroopna Victoria Australia
  • Video Living with MS "Adjusting the Sales" for people newly diagnosed with MS
  • 1x PhD scholarship partnering Australian Rotary Health, Florey and Melbourne University
  • Advertising for Jacob Taurins Progressive MS Memorial PhD Scholarship
  • Middle East Communication project matching grant RC of Philadelphia
  • Funded research equipment aids for Florey
  • Macedon Ranges Bike Ride 7 Years (Donations to MSRA and ARH)
  • MS Global Dinner 13 years
  • MSV Bike Ride BBQ 13 years
  • Peace Conference attendance Coventry England
  • Rotary Foundation Scholarship Laura Dumas
  • Promoting MS Megaswims
  • RAGAMS presence at twenty-one RI Conventions

Archived RAGAMS News

Minutes of the RAGAMS Meeting, July 14 2014

RAGAMS - Annual Report To Rotary International 2013

RAGAMS Newsletter July 30 2013

Minutes of the RAGAMS Meeting February 25th, 2013

2014 June 01- 05 Martin, Diana, Jacob and his carer Maria went to Sydney, Australia. In July 2014, Martin was awarded a Double Sapphire Paul Harris Fellow and Diana a Sapphire Paul Harris Fellow.

2013 June. Martin and Diana went to International Convention in Lisbon, Portugal. Bronwyn Martin from the Rotary Club of Philadelphia, USA attended the International Assembly in San Diego, USA

2012 June . Martin and Diana went to International Convention in Bangkok, Thailand

2011 May 22-25 Diana and Martin went to International Convention in New Orleans, USA

2010 June 20- 23 Diana and Martin went to International Convention in Montreal, Canada

2009 June 21-24 Martin and Diana went to international Convention in Birmingham, UK

2008 JUNE 22 -25 Martin and Diana went to International Convention in Los Angeles, USA

2007. JUNE 17-20 Martin went to International Convention in Salt Lake City, UTAH, USA. Diana was awarded a Paul Harris Fellow

MS Meeting Minute July14-2014 2006. JUNE 11-14 Martin went to International Convention in Malmo, Sweden and Copenhagen, Denmark. 2006. Jacob Martin Taurins received the Royce Abbey Award on 2006.

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