Members of Maidenhead Rotary Club welcomed a pair of visiting Rotarians from India to their latest meeting.
Husband and wife Ashok and Neena Vasudeva are members of the Rotary Club of Delhi Qutab, India, and are visiting their son who lives in Maidenhead.
As part of a worldwide humanitarian organisation with more than 1.2 million members that promotes friendship and fellowship, Rotarians are able to visit clubs wherever they may be in the world, and always be assured of a warm welcome.
Club president John Hudson said: “We were delighted to have two visiting Rotarians today from India. They will be in Maidenhead for a couple of months and would like to come to more meetings, which of course we readily agreed!”
Also at the meeting a cheque for £500 was donated to the Alzheimer’s Dementia Support (ADS) charity from funds raised at the recent Rotary Open Gardens Weekend.
It was presented by Open Gardens organiser Janet Perry to Frank Knowles, a member of the club who is also a volunteer director of ADS.