Meetings are held at: The Wagon & Horses, Watling Street, Elstree, Herts, WD6 3AA

Wagon & Horses in Elstree 

Meetings are held at:

The Wagon & Horses, Watling Street, Elstree, Herts, WD6 3AA

Thursdays:- 12-30 for 12-45 start.

President 2017-18 Sasha Capocci

Sasha Capocci, Club President 2017-18

Sasha works tirelessly for the community, her whole life is dedicated to helping others.

She has carried out lots of fundraising for the local community, including organizing Afternoon Tea parties; Dinners; Xmas Concerts; wine tasting.

Sasha is heavily involved with:

Just to name few

In addition, she organizes Tea Parties each year for Macmillan and for Age Macular Degeneration.

Previously, she was one of the main cooks for Mencap on Tuesdays and for Gratitude on Wednesdays;

She is a keen and imaginative cake maker who donates her cakes to charities to raise money. She has baked cakes to every local charities. 

When her son Michael was 5 years old, she launched a Visually Impaired Club in Barnet, “Barnet Look“, which she ran for 20 years. Barnet Look helped children up to 18years old.

It was around 1997 that she had her first contact with Rotary, wanting to join The Mill Hill Club, but was turned down as NO WOMEN were allowed. However, that did not discourage her, it gave her more energy to do what she likes to do most and she later joined Elstree and Borehamwood Rotary Club

She is also a committee member of “Giving Chances”. This charity is based in London and aims to reach as many schools as possible in the most remote and deprived areas of Morocco. The charity provides educational resources for the children in schools which are not provided by their government. They promote reading by creating libraries and providing books and an environment for learning

She has received three awards:

Sasha never gives up on anything, when she feels that she can make peoples lives better.

Nick Male, handing over the chain of office to Sasha, July 2017

Rotary Past President - Nick Male 

Further information about the Rotary Club of Elstree and Borehamwood

The Object of Rotary

can be obtained from the Club Secretary



Last updated:- November 2017


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