New Day! New Year! New Projects! New Promises!
Our International Inner Wheel President Phyllis Charter said in her lovely theme: Together We Can. I wholeheartedly believe in this, and I know we all do too.
Together we can, because our inspiration and drive is not from a place of show off, but from a deep desire to make and touch hearts and lives. A desire to make a better world for those who life has not been too kind to. A desire to bring hope and succour. A desire to change the status quo. A burning desire for positive change. And together we can channel this desire into great results.
Together we can change the wrong perceptions.
Together we can convert Schools into Happy Schools.
Together we can change societies into Happy Societies.
Together we can make a great difference.
Together we can make happen Miracles.
Dear lovely sisters as a strong, loving and dedicated unit, we can do the impossible!
"Together we can".
ADEKEMI ADEYEMINATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE/PRESIDENT
Rotary came to Nigeria in 1961 with the formation of a club in Kano in April, and another in Lagos in May in 1966, the first lnner Wheel Club in Nigeria was formed in Lagos with Mrs. Deji Alakija as its Charter President in 1969. The second Club was lnner Wheel Club of lkeja, its Charter Certificate was presented by the lnternational lnner Wheel President Mrs. Marjorie Foster: The third Club was formed in 1980 in Kano, from 1982, many Clubs were formed in rapid succession and presently there are about 53 active Clubs in Nigeria with 636 members nationwide. The growth of Rotary extended to lnner Wheel in formation of Districts. District 911 emerged in 1984/85 with Mrs. Adeola Majiyagbe as its first District Chairman. District 912 had Mrs. Beatrice Agama as its first District Chairman in 1984/85 with PBM Bisi Solaru in Distric 911 Both Districts had the honour of Mrs. Doris Browne, the then lnternational President at their inaugurations. To date there are 3 District 911, 913, 914 and the newest district 910.
Together We Can
Members achieve these aims through Club events, which combine personal service, fund-raising, fellowship and fun, united by friendship and a common aim to serve the local community.
Members give practical support as well as financial help whenever there is a crisis, whether this occurs locally, nationally or internationally