RCNV’s ROTAKIDS COMMITTEE PROJECT REPORT FOR EVENT WITH PET TRAINERS AND OWNERS AT ASHA KAKKAR’S HOUSE ON 31ST July 2021 at 4:30 PM
Project Details : One Time Project.
Project Name : Interactive Secession with Pet Trainers and Owners. Committee Director: Rtn. Amit Chandak
Chairpersons : Rtn. Ann. Richa Chaudhary & Rtn. Anjul Dujari
Date and Time: 31st July 2021 at 4:30 PM at Asha Kakkar’s House at Rajnagar, Nagpur. Direct Beneficiary of the Event : Around 35 Rotakids and their Parents.
Cost Towards Project : Rs. 300 per pax towards Food and Hall & Rs. 800/- for tip and flowers. Funding : Fund of Rs. 12,500.00 by RCNV.
Director Rtn. Amit Chandak welcome of Trainer Mr. Amit Gireh & Pet Owners Mr. Uday Damle, Mr. Ranjit Dani, Mr. Piyush etc. along with 35 Rotakids & Parents with their Pets. The Project Director gave a brief towards project and said this project is being called to learn more about how to take care of Pets and who and why you should have a pet. President Rtn. Vikram Naidu expressed his views and welcomed all present at the event. Then President Sir opened the secession for Mr. Amit Girhe to take over.
Mr. Amit Girhe started by thanking the President & Project Director of the club for giving this opportunity. He explained in details why and when one should have a pet and what care is required for up bringing the pets at home. He also addressed the Rotakids about how to take care of pets while they are walking on Road and in Gardens along with Pets. Then Mr. Uday Damle, Owner of a Dog, gave a brief towards looking after your pet and taking care time to time.
Our own Rotakid Ishan Dhopte, about 10 Years of age who is also passionate about Training Dogs, gave his ideas which were appreciated by the trainer.
There were around 5 Dogs brought by the Owners and about 6 Dogs by our Rotakids. They all had a great fun along with learning.
Rtn. Rutika Kunawar gave the Vote of Thanks.
After the secession Snacks were served. Rotakids, Parents, Trainer and Owners enjoyed the same and went home with a satisfying smile on their faces.