Elected to President of Rotary Adliya

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rotary-adliya-emblemI am honoured to have been elected by my fellow Rotarians this evening for the position of President for the Rotary year 2010/2011.

The Rotary Club of Adliya has an illustrious history of helping the local community in so many ways. Since inception, the Club has raised more than BD200,000 (US$530,000) which has been used to support the community; it has also pioneered and maintained the Bahrain Model Nations which helped shape a number of young leaders; helped build a special needs rehabilitation centre at the Ministry of Social Affairs and of course ran several fund raising events over the years from an annual Golf Charity Tournament through to Cricket, Bowling, Art Competitions and other worthy programs.

I look forward to helping the community even more through my year in the RCA, and of course continue to render even more assistance through the Club.

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10 Comments
  • NewMe
    8 June 2009

    Great news 🙂 wishing you the best always!

  • Suhail Algosaibi
    9 June 2009

    Congratulations guy.

  • mahmood
    9 June 2009

    many thanks my friends.

  • Amal
    9 June 2009

    Great!! I look forward to working with u in the next BAHMUN then 😉 I was a chair this year 🙂

    • mahmood
      9 June 2009

      You did an excellent job this year. I really look forward to actively participating in the forthcoming ones.

  • Tariq Al-Maeena
    9 June 2009

    Today the Rotarians, tomorrow the world. Go for it Mahmood, and the best…

    • mahmood
      9 June 2009

      Indeed! Thanks Tariq 🙂

  • Rayyash
    10 June 2009

    I can see that you are back very deep to the political failed, don’t say that Rotary is non political org. !!!???
    good luck?!! But I have my comment’s on the mission of the Rotary’s Club around the word?!!!

    • mahmood
      10 June 2009

      Thanks Tawfiq, please share your comments about the Rotary, I look forward to hear your views, as always.

  • Amira
    11 June 2009

    Congrats!

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