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Rtn. Sandip Agarwalla on the Importance of Fellowship Meetings

The two most important pillars of the Rotary Club are fellowship and service. Representing the Fellowship Committee at the Tuesday meeting was Rtn. Sandip Agarwalla, who added to these two pillars a third: the ability to complement service with fellowship. Unfortunately, the weekly meeting does not give rotarians enough time to interact with each other. […]

9th Assimilation Committee Mini-Fellowship

9th Assimilation Committee Mini-Fellowship

The 9th Assimilation Committee Mini-Fellowship Cocktails & Dinner was graciously hosted by Rtn. Mrs. Sheila Bulchandani at her splendid Malabar Hill home on the evening of 4th May 2017. The setting was warm and wonderful. The evening started with the choicest cocktails and delicious hor’douvres, over sit down conversations as the invitees arrived being personally […]

The 7th Mini Fellowship of RCB

The 7th Mini Fellowship of RCB

The 7th Mini Fellowship of RCB was hosted by our New Rotarian Vivek & Ptn. Amisha Himatsingka in February 22nd 2017. The venue for a fun evening of Cocktails & Dinner was the Ground Floor Bar at the Bombay Gymkhana Club. In attendance were President Dr. Mukesh Batra, PP Paul George, Vineet & Rinku Suchanti, […]

5th Mini Fellowship

5th Mini Fellowship

Rotarian Peter Born & Rotaryanne Erika Born held the 5th Mini Fellowship of the Assimilation Committee on Thursday, December 22nd, at their beautiful, artistic and tastefully appointed home in Oomer Park, Warden Road. The lovely hosts had an exquisite Christmas setting with bubbly and drinks flowing at this festive time, followed by a 6 course […]

Christmas celebrations with the RCB family

Christmas Celebrations With The RCB Family

Fellowship is the glue that binds together Rotarians and helps people from diverse walks of life unite under the banner of Rotary to carry out its mission of doing good for the community. To unite for the larger task it’s very essential for leaders to help bring about not just a sense of purpose but […]

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Hindi Chini Bhai-Bhai

During a recent business trip to China, I took the opportunity to meet one of the local clubs in China – Rotary Club of Shanghai (RCS). Rotary is an upcoming phenomenon in China, but comes with its own flavours and restrictions. • The original RCS was already formed on October 1st,1919! • During the early […]

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Mini Assimilation

On Sunday 25th November, Rotary Anne Nandita and Rtn. Manoj Patodia very generously hosted the Assimilation Committee’s 4th Mini Fellowship at Willingdon Club’s, The Pub. It was an early evening gathering of about 22 members, mixing veteran and newly inducted members. All present had an enjoyable evening with spirited conversations over cocktails and a choice […]

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Fellowship to Amritsar

23 Rotarians from our Club made it to Amritsar for 2 nights and 3 days for an outing that many of us might not have chosen as a prime travel destination. The history of Amritsar is full of anecdotes. 3 days were obviously too short to check all those anecdotes, but it was enough to […]

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Assimilation Committee Report 2016

The Assimilation Committee has held three Mini-fellowships so far to integrate new and old members. These have been hosted by Rtn Samir Chinai,Rtn Peter Born, and Rtn Satyan Israni; while two others are planned for November 27th and December 15th. Apart from this, the Committee also organizes Chocolate Table events at the weekly meetings. So […]

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Fellowship Committee Report 2016

Fellowship is at the heart of the Rotary spirit, and the Fellowship Committee has done exceptionally well in organizing the various events starting with the perfect monsoon getaway to Goa, the lip-smacking Bohri Thaal Nite, the picturesque and experiential Iceland, and more recently, the much-awaited Diwali Nite. Ongoing projects include the trip to Amritsar and […]