Gail had agreed to talk to Derby Daybreak today about her role as the District International Coordinator. Unfortunately having fallen down the stairs a few days earlier and still not being mobile she had to cancel. Being a good egg I agreed to stand in for her and give a talk to the Club about the Rotary Jaipur Limb Project (RJLP). At such short notice, President Clark was happy to accept anyone to fill in.
I have to say that Derby Daybreak have the cheapest meals of any club in the District and I managed to pull in a full English with a coffee and still come out with change from £3. Not bad.
RJLP is a Rotary supported organisation that provides artificial limbs for amputees in developing countries, for under £30 each.
The talk seemed to go down well and there was talk of the club possibly making a small donation at some stage in the future.