Tue, Oct 18|
Royal Peninsula Hotel
CMIRC Regular Hybrid (In-Person & ZOOM) Meeting
On Tuesday, October 18, the Chiang Mai International Rotary Club (CMIRC) will meet at 7 pm at the Royal Peninsula Hotel (http://royalcnxgroup.com/).
Time & Location
Oct 18, 2022, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Royal Peninsula Hotel, 9, 9 Thanon Atsadathon, Tambon Si Phum, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai, Chang Wat Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand
About the Event
Our main speaker for the evening will be Rotarian Kim White. We will be commemorating the upcoming World Polio Day. The topic will be "Have Canes Will Travel," how polio affected Kim's life and turned him onto helping people suffering from paralysis. The meeting is also accessible on ZOOM, please contact email@example.com for login details.
Official bio: Rtn. Kim White was "almost" born in India and was raised there. He has degrees in Anthropology and Geography. Kim has been all over the map. He used to live and work in various countries around the world for half a century. Kim is a qualified science teacher and a coach. He started two non-profit NGOs: Into The Wild, Inc., and Road To A Better Life, Inc., both registered in Wisconsin as 501c organizations.
Comments from CMIRC President Viki: Kim is a real-life Indiana Jones, who has a lifelong passion for travel and education. He's a professional bird photographer and organizes educational tours for youth. His life was affected by his mom's polio disease and consequent paralysis. As a grownup, Kim has dedicated his life to helping the less fortunate who do not have the means to purchase a walking aid or wheelchair.
Entry to the in-person meeting requires proof of full Covid-19 vaccination, full facial masking and proper social distancing. In addition, all attending must take a self-administered ATK test on the day of the meeting with negative test results. Free ATK tests are available at the meeting. Hand sanitizer is provided at the meeting sign-in desk.
Non-members wishing to attend the meeting, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the club or Rotary International, visit cmirotary.org.
Note: Visitors are asked to contribute 100 Baht to cover the cost of the meeting room and beverages.