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Creating Polio Awareness - Bicycle journey from Bangalore to Kanyakumari - 15th -22nd Dec 2010

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Creating Polio Awareness...


Dear Cylists...
Despite globalization & economic liberalization, India continues to be one of the 4 nations in the world (after Pakistan, Afghanistan & Nigeria) where Polio cases are still being reported. This is sad but true.

Keeping this in mind and to create Polio Awareness amongst people, on behalf of Rotary International District 3190 and Rotary Bangalore Whitefield Central club in particular, I am undertaking bicycle journey from Bangalore to Kanyakumari. I shall be commencing my journey from Whitefield, Bangalore on 15th December 2010 morning and via Krishnagiri-Salem-Karur-Dindigul-Madurai-Kovilapatti & Tirunelveli planned to reach Kanyakumari on 22nd December 2010. Pedalling a stretch of 710 kms over 8 days will give me an opportunity to interact with people closely.

Sharing this with all my well wishers.
RG Bhat
Bangalore
M-9886063055

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Comment by Firefox Bikes on December 20, 2010 at 4:27pm

Wishing you All the Best for this noble cause.

Comment by Mandar Atulachandra Gadre on December 14, 2010 at 11:41am

Dear Rtn. R G Bhat.

All the best on this polio awareness drive. It is indeed a great project. Please publish your photographs and share information about the trip. My email is magadre@gmail.com

I am also planning one similar drive in my district 3131. We have formed a Fellowship group of Cyling and we now represent the Fellowship of Cycling to Serve Rotary International for Inda.

Let us get together and do something.

Yours in Rotary

Rtn.PP  Mandar Gadre - RC Pune Westend 3131

Pr of Rotary Cycle Group ( Nat rep. for Fellowship of Cycling to Serve, R I )

 

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