• Country: Poland

  • Club: Rotaract Club Kraków-Wawel

  • District: 2231

It was perfect Monday evening, almost 20 degrees- which is uncanny for March in Poland. However, quite significant group of young people decided to go underground, to little conference room in the basement of one of the tenement houses next to Main Square to hear about fascinating aspects of architecture and its romance with helping disabled people be more involved in society. That’s how Rotaract Week started in Krakow for our club – with very informative open lecture by prof. H. Palecka, who is retired professor from Architecture Faculty of Jagiellonian University with numerous honors and prizes. We’ve learned how important are colour, lightning, ramps and rails, and other things which may appear insignificant in day-to-day functioning of most of us.

Tuesday was even more eventful, our club held a joint meeting for all local Rotary clubs. We’ve welcomed over 30 Krakow’s Rotarians to share our successes and plans for this rotarian year and to spend lovely time among dear friends. We revealed our grand project, but we will tell you more details about it on more advanced stages of development. All we can say..it will involve our favourite educational facility that we look after for some time now. Stay tuned 😉

On Saturday was all about our Club’s integration – it involved board games and lots of laughter and fun.

That’s all from us, hope you had as wonderful Rotaract Week as we had. Greetings from Southern Poland!