Bangor Rotary celebrates winning Mutual Understanding Award

| October 12, 2018 | 0 Comments
The photograph shows Bangor Rotary President, Bill Aiken, (left) with last year’s President, James O’Fee, holding the annual Mutual Understanding Award, first presented by Rotary Ireland in 1993. The inscribed silver salver is given to the Irish club judged to have organised the best Mutual Understanding Event between Rotary Clubs.  
 
In this case, it refers to the ‘Know Your Blood Pressure’ event held (in co-operation with the Stroke Association) at the Sea Bangor Festival in June 2018.
Over two days, the Bangor and North Down Rotary clubs tested the blood pressure of 353 people, identifying five whose blood pressure was dangerously high and needing urgent attention. 

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