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Rotary hears from international speaker

By Gary Lloyd

TRUSSVILLE — The Trussville Rotary Daybreak Club hosted internationally known Dr. Ashok Kapadia at its weekly breakfast on Wednesday.

Kapadia has served in various capacities within the Rotary Club, including president of the Rotary Club of Bharuch in 1991-1992. His club was formed in 1944, and he was the first district governor from his club.

Rotary Club President Alan Taylor, left, with Ashok Kapadia
photo by Diane Poole

Among his club’s projects are a drinking water project, assistance during an earthquake, and a dolls museum that included dolls from 91 countries. His club has 100 members. He said there are 124,000 Rotarians in India as of April.

Kapadia comes to the United States every few years.

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