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On a mission to create records

Covai Post Network

The Rotary International District 3000 is on a mission to create 16 records this year.

To commemorate the International Youth Day, that is celebrated on August 10, the Rotary International District 3000, along with Rotary Club of Perambalur New Gen, Roever Group of Educational Institutions and Sri Ramakrishna Group of Educational Institutions Peramballur, attempted to create a record for the formation of the largest sentence.

More than 16,000 students from Roever Group of Educational Institutions, Sri Ramakrishna Group of Educational Institutions and Golden Gate Matriculation Higher Secondary School Peramballur participated in this event held at the Roever Engineering College, Perambalur. The students formed the letter ‘You Can You Will’. This is the third record created this year.

Speaking to the Covai Post after the event, a member of the Rotary Club of Peramballur New Gen said the earlier Guinness Record for the same was created by 15,525 students in 2005. “We have now sent our request for officially being recognized by the Guinness World Records. We are positive we will find a place in the Guinness World Records.” he added.

Rtn. M. Muruganandam, district governor, Rtn. R. Anandtha Jothi, director special projects, Rtn. John Ashok Varadharajan, assistant governor, Rtn. M S Vivekanandan, project secretary, Rtn. Dr. K. Varadharajan, chairman, Rover Group of Educational Institutions, Rtn. Dr. M. Sivasubramaniam, chairman, Sri Ramakrishna Group of Educational Institutions, Rtn. P. Gopalakrishnan and Rtn. RVN Kannan were present.

The next record, we were told, would be attempted by the end of this month.

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