Members of the Rotary Club of Grantham recently visited a primary school in Kenya, to officially hand over a physiotherapy building.
President Kevin Lawry and Immediate Past President Irvin Metcalf and their wives Barbara and Pam visited Joy Town Primary School in Thika, Kenya, and during their visit handed over the new physiotherapy building extension to the school.
The Joy Town School hosts 350 children with varying diabilities who will make use of the building and equipment, which has been jointly funded by Jenny, Irvin and Pam Metcalf of Harlaxton and The Rotary and Inner Wheel Clubs of Grantham.
President Sam Mwangi and his members from the Rotary Club of Thika monitored the building project and were in attendance together with the headmaster and many of the dedicated staff.
They watched as the Building plaque was unveiled by the Commissioner Vinece Chigariro, Irvin Metcalf and The Salvation Army Territorial Commander, whose band played along with the choir of disabled children.
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