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Club builds bus stops

Luke Rawalai
Saturday, February 09, 2013

A TEAM of 15 Rotarians from Nisku-Leduc from the Alberta Province in Canada are engaged in the construction of eight bus shelters within the district of Wailevu in Cakaudrove valued at $24,000.

This is thanks to Savusavu Rotarian, Claire Volding who acquired assistance from her home province of Nisku-Leduc in Canada after her adopted club in Savusavu did not have enough funds to construct bus shelters in the area. "We were told to do a video of the real need out there and this was done which was later taken to our club in Canada," she said.

Nisku-Leduc Rotary Club president Alana Gueutal said they were proud to be associated with the people of Wailevu.

Vuadomo Village headman Isimeli Serea said they were grateful to the club of Nisku-Leduc.


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