Monday, September 21, 2020

Coronado Rotary to Travel to South Africa: May 2018

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A group of Rotarians will once again travel to Missionvale, South Africa, where they will volunteer at a Care Center for underprivileged and poor South Africans, outside the city of Port Elizabeth.

Suzanne Manuel with children in Missionvale, South Africa 2012. Image courtesy of Coronado Rotary.

They will also tour Johannesburg, the world-famous Garden Route, wine country, and culminate in Cape Town. Along the way, they will hear a lecture on Climate Change and the politics behind the drought in Cape Town.

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If you want to hear more about the trip, and how it can change your life, as it did for former Coronado Rotary President, Suzanne Manuel, please call 858-354-5829. There is limited space and the deadline for this trip is approaching fast.

Suzanne Manuel with children in Missionvale, South Africa 2012. Image courtesy of Coronado Rotary.

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