Rotaract is a Rotary-sponsored service club for young men and women ages 18 to 30. Rotaract clubs are usually community-based or university-based and are sponsored by a local Rotary club making them true "partners in service" and key members of the Rotary family.Rotaract is regarded worldwide as the youth branch of the Rotary organization. Members of this international organization, individual Rotaract clubs carry out their charitable activity not primarily by offering 
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School supplies for childrens-2009

Oktober 2009

In the beining of october,  just like every year on the first school day, we have visited the children of the Saint Elisabeth Foundation. These year as well,  we gave the children the school supplies that they needed. Pencil boxes, schoolbags, notebooks, watercolours, brushes and drawing tablets have been given to the children, sponsored by Richter Gedeon and I&C Construct.   >>>

Crash at the Get Out Festival!

August 2009

After the Cokelive Peninsula Festival the next presentation of the Crash simulator was the Get Out electronical music festival. The festival took place for the first time in Kebele, situated at 10 kilometers from Tg-Mures, and there performed some of the most important members of the electronical music world.   >>>

Crash at Cokelive Peninsula Festival

July 2009

The Crash - Romania was presented during the Peninsula Festival in 2008. This year we presented an improved version of the simulator Crash and we also organized a campaign presenting the importance of using a seat belt and information about first aid to young people between ages 16-24 years.   >>>

Pay a beer to the owl

July 2009

The main purpose of our project during the Cokelive Felsziget fesztival, called "Buy a beer to the owl" was to collect the necessary amount of money for the restoration of the Teleki owl and to attract peoples attention of the Teleki library, which represents a symbol of the city, and which inspired the name of our club.   >>>

Childrens Day 2009 - Botanical Garden

June 2009

Each year, at Childrens Day we are trying to surprise to children from the St. Elizabeth Foundation. Last year we organized a trip to Cheile Turzii, and this year we took children to Cluj.Saturday, on the 6th of June we arrived in rainy weather to Cluj, but luckily the sun has risen and has made our walk more pleasant.   >>>

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