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William recounted his experiences in Mongolia, and Sasha hers in Ethiopia SPEAKER MEETING 16th MAY 2017 This evening we had an illustrated talk on the history of Boat Trains in the Northwest of England, from John Hooley, ably assisted by his wife.
Below, with the winners cup are Thomas Radnall, Erin Corcoran, Best Vote of Thanks, Isabelle D'Arcy, Best Speaker, with President Colin Eggleton and Headteacher Mrs Pollard.
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Picture below L to R: Rotary Scholar William Von Schrader from the USA, District Governor Stan Bowes, President Colin Eggleton, and Rotary Peace Fellow Sasha Davis also from the USA Both our guests gave a presentation depicting the international work they had undertaken during their studies.
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