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  • Blue Bell - Beat The Streets Philadelphia
    1990 Home Stories News Calendar Committees Community Service International Service Youth Exchange Vocational Service Membership Foundation Service Projects Shelterbox Rotaplast 2015 Chefs of the Burbs Live and Silent Auction items BBR Foundation 501 c 3 Beat The Streets Philadelphia ClubRunner

    Original URL path: http://www.bluebellrotary.org/speakers/7effbb5f-0ece-4f2e-8899-983a691e2c01 (2016-04-30)
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  • Blue Bell - ShelterBox
    Stories News Calendar Committees Community Service International Service Youth Exchange Vocational Service Membership Foundation Service Projects Shelterbox Rotaplast 2015 Chefs of the Burbs Live and Silent Auction items BBR Foundation 501 c 3 ShelterBox May 24 2016 Allan Syphers ShelterBox

    Original URL path: http://www.bluebellrotary.org/speakers/4eb3a5be-3a15-4f86-975c-d3930f7110b8 (2016-04-30)
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  • Blue Bell - The Pimpri Water and Sanitation Project:
    the town and its rural surroundings all the while functioning at a distinct disadvantage no water For years both students and teachers carried their drinking water to school For years the girls would have to leave their classrooms to rush home to toilet Then beginning in 2007 the Rotary Club of Pimpri got into the act One of its members Dr Rajagopal who spends time in Blue Bell each year to visit family and has become an honored guest of our club brought the project idea to us and Blue Bell signed on The proposal was to build a 30 000 liter underground water storage tank with the plumbing to pump water for separate toilet blocks for boys and girls and a separate storage facility for storing 1500 liters of drinking water Twelve Pimpri Rotarians led by project manager P Jhambalkar a civil engineer drew up plans raised funds finalized the contract and supervised work which was done by a local contractor Still before any groundbreaking could take place more money had to be found That s what Dr Raj needed from other Rotary clubs to be able to seek a final grant from the Rotary Foundation Blue Bell said

    Original URL path: http://www.bluebellrotary.org/SitePage/rambhu-mahalgi-school/the-pimpri-water-and-sanitation-project (2016-04-30)
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  • Blue Bell - WHAT IS SHELTER BOX? A GLOBAL ROTARY CLUB SERVICE PROGRAM FOR INTERNATIONAL EMERGENCY HUMANITARIAN RELIEF.
    Pages BRUCE S LETTER Links WAHT IS SHELTER BOX VIDEO Files Photo Albums SHELTER BOX PHOTO Each ShelterBox is a large rugged green plastic container that holds a 10 person tent and a range of other equipment Typical box contents include Thermal blankets and insulated ground sheets Waterproof ponchos and bin bags A multi fuel stove that can burn anything from diesel to old paint Cooking pans utensils bowls and mugs Collapsible water containers and water purification tablets A basic tool kit hammer axe saw pliers hoe head trenching shovel rope etc A small children s pack containing drawing books crayons pens etc However a range of equipment is kept in stock This allows ShelterBox to be flexible and adjust the contents of the box according to local conditions and what is most urgently needed We also have sleeping bags that can be used in particularly cold conditions Sometimes particularly if other resources are available locally and the overwhelming need is for shelter we will just send tents and pack two in each box Once assembled boxes are banded and sealed for transit They are individually numbered so each box can be tracked and donors can know the final destination

    Original URL path: http://www.bluebellrotary.org/SitePage/shelter-box/what-is-shelter-box-a-global-rotary-club-service-program-for-international-emergency-humanitarian-relief (2016-04-30)
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  • Blue Bell - Bruce's Latest ShelterBox Mission: NEPAL
    I opine for even dial up speeds Phone service in the flood area stopped working at noon today One can understand how schedules tend to change hourly in this environment Two SRTs are in the field one from the UK and one from Australia only 318 miles away but it takes 12 hours to get there by car Bus service is usually good when they don t fall off the cliffs and I understand the air conditioning from the roof of the bus where one usually finds the only available seat to be really great One is advised to be on the watch for overhanging tree branches and bridges I am in Kathmandu trying to get the second batch of boxes cleared through customs Out of 400 boxes sent Thai Airlines can only find 376 of them Those that are coming in will be here by the 10th Waiting is most frustrating when suffering people need the help Fortunately a lot of logistical support is being provided from the influential Rotarians both here and in the field but delays are commonplace Evidently conditions in the flooded river district are tough The Nepalese army chased out 10 000 people who crossed over from a very porous border with India displaced because of the same flood having no food or water and no place to go Evidently about 65 000 Nepalese have been displaced Imagine losing your home and crops when you only make 300 per year And that is no typo 300 represents the average annual income in Nepal Most are farmers All of the schools in the area are under water and closed Now that it has been two weeks since the flood secondary issues have begun to surface There have been multiple deaths young and old alike from dysentery

    Original URL path: http://www.bluebellrotary.org/SitePage/bruce-s-letter (2016-04-30)
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  • Blue Bell - SHELTER BOX PHOTO
    Committees Community Service International Service Youth Exchange Vocational Service Membership Foundation Service Projects Shelterbox Rotaplast 2015 Chefs of the Burbs Live and Silent Auction items BBR Foundation 501 c 3 SHELTER BOX PHOTO Start slideshow Loading slideshow Photos per page

    Original URL path: http://www.bluebellrotary.org/PhotoAlbums/shelter-box-photo (2016-04-30)
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  • Blue Bell - STUDENT AWARDS: OUR CASSIDY SCHOLARS
    of the Burbs Live and Silent Auction items BBR Foundation 501 c 3 Vocational Service Awards STUDENT AWARDS OUR CASSIDY SCHOLARS Awards Subpages Welcome Related Pages Links Files Photo Albums From left Julie Kopistranski and Daniel del Conte Wissahickon High School class of 07 accept their Thomas J Cassidy Memorial Scholarships from Blue Bell Rotarian Rik Lundell and school board member Yong Park Esq Honored students are selected by the

    Original URL path: http://www.bluebellrotary.org/SitePage/awards/student-awards-our-cassidy-scholars (2016-04-30)
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  • Blue Bell - BUSINESS CARD EXCHANGE WITH MONTCO CHAMBER
    Vocational Service Membership Foundation Service Projects Shelterbox Rotaplast 2015 Chefs of the Burbs Live and Silent Auction items BBR Foundation 501 c 3 Vocational Service In the Community BUSINESS CARD EXCHANGE WITH MONTCO CHAMBER In the Community Subpages Welcome Related Pages Links Files Photo Albums Vocational Service was highlighted on this evening of networking and fellowship Local business people and heads of nonprofit organizations along with Rotarians from five other

    Original URL path: http://www.bluebellrotary.org/SitePage/in-the-community/business-card-exchange-with-montco-chamber (2016-04-30)
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