The Jerusalem Rotary Club turns 90

The Jerusalem Rotary Club was the first in the land and chartered as a member of Rotary International on March 11, 1929, after being sponsored by the Rotary Club of Cairo.

By DAVID SELIGMAN
March 3, 2019 11:24
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Norman Bentwich in 1950

Norman Bentwich in 1950. (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)

 
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Despite having been around for 114 years and in Jerusalem for 90, we often get asked, “What is Rotary?” It would appear that our activities and community services are not sufficiently known to the wider public.

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