Rotary Club of Belfast

Purple for Polio

Crocus March 22The Club are delighted to see the first signs of the crocuses planted in the grounds of Mitchell House School. The bulbs peeping through were donated by the Club thereby contributing to and raising awareness of Rotary’s ongoing campaign to rid the world of Polio – End Polio Now as purple represents the colour of the ink used to mark the finger of each child being immunised.




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