201990 Years of Rotary in Croatia - Set
2019 90 Years of Rotary in Croatia - Set for only GBP £0.37
On 6 March 1929, at the Croatian hotel Esplanade, the founding meeting of the Zagreb Rotary Club was held encouraged by the Rotary International Europe director of the time, Josef Schulz. The event was attended by 26 prominent Zagreb citizens who thus became the members of the founding Zagreb Rotary Club team. The founders included, among others, Ivan Meštrović, Franjo Hanaman and Branko Šenoa. The ceremony of the official awarding of the certification of the acceptance of the club in the Rotary community, the so-called Charter, was held at the Plitvice Lakes on 28 June 1929. This was how the Rotary movement, with all its ideas and aims, officially came to be in Croatia, 24 years after Paul P. Harris encouraged its establishment on 23 February 1905.