Rotary Recognises Community Service

Knights Pendragon recently handed Community Service Awards to Tiber Construction, Wall ‘n All Colour Coatings CC, Paint Trade Edenvale and Tintinger & Tsholingo Water Proofing Specialists as an expression of the club's sincere gratitude for these donors contributions to repairing the leaking roofs and painting the Edenvale Care Centre & Hospice buildings. On learning that leaking roofs had resulted in damaged ceilings, peeling paint, mould and damp in the wards which created an unhe...
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Knights Assist The Compassionate Friends

By Ron McCormick The Compassionate Friends (TFC) is a non-denominational, self-help, non-profit organisation that is funded largely from donations. The mission of TFC is to offer friendship and understanding to bereaved parents, siblings and grandparents following the loss of a child. Monthly support meetings are held and regular counselling is also available. In addition, there is a separate support group for fathers which is normally conducted online. TCF offers friendship a...
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Cape Town Stadium Architectural Model Fundraising

An architectural model of the Cape Town Stadium has been donated to the Rotary Club of Knights Pendragon, which the club is hoping to offer to an interested corporate sponsor to raise funds for one of the club’s supported charities, Bethany Home. Bethany Home for Abused Women and Children in Bertrams, Johannesburg has been supported by our Club for some 20 years. During this period, this well-run organisation has given numerous ladies and their children the protection, upliftment and a n...
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Our Rotary DG Visit

Article by Rotarian Ron Smith Hosting the new Rotary District Governor Koekie Makunyane-Quashie, was not something, if we are truthful, we were looking forward to. Never mind taking Koekie to two projects which, in essence, are poles apart, and literally have nothing in common except under the banner of Rotary our desire to improve the lot of the less fortunate. On her arrival at GFH things took on a different slant and we knew we were dealing with a leader who understood the lot of t...
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