Jason Chauhan is an IT analyst by profession. But he also enjoys being creative. He’s the second President of the Rotary Club of Leicester Novus to write a poem describing the club and its work. The text he recites in the video above can be read at the bottom of this page.
Jason has been employing his artistic talents for several years as a volunteer with the community newspaper the Evington Echo, for whom he does a lot of artwork.
He is the youngest member of the club and leads a team of men and women with a variety of skills and interests. They are focusing on their celebrations early in 2019 of the tenth anniversary of the club being granted its charter, being admitted into the global fellowship of 1.2 million men and women united under the banner of giving Service Above Self. In doing so, they will raise money for the 35-year Rotary campaign to rid the world of polio.
You can read all about the plans club members agreed with Jason by visiting this page http://rotary-leicesternovus.org/projects-2018-2019
We are Rotary
A network, a family
Active in our communities, for the young and the old
Enhancing lives, near and far
Supporting projects and charities
Through joy and unity
Fellowship and peace
Ideas and inspiration
We are Leicester Novus
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President Jason invites members of all other clubs and non-Rotarians to visit our meetings to share the fun we have and learn about the voluntary service we give.
Before coming, please contact us via this website so we can guarantee you a warm welcome.
If you are travelling to Leicester, why not make a day of it in and visit the Cathedral where King Richard III is interred? One of our members might be on duty as a guide to show you around
Just over the road from the Cathedral is the King Richard III Centre
If you’re more interested in the present — and future — you could spend a whole day at the National Space Centre
These are just some of the attractions of Leicester.
A look at our recent news pages might persuade you that our Rotary Club is also worth a visit. We certainly hope so, but we ask you to e-mail us beforehand — particularly if you would like to have a meal — to make sure we will be there…