On 11 August 2019 Rotarian Kee Wei Min was installed as the 68th President of the Rotary Club of Teluk Intan. The installation dinner was held at Restorant Makan Laut Village - his father’s restaurant.
The guest of honour was Honourable Mr Terence Naidu, Elected Representative to the Perak State Legislature Assembly and the District Governor Lioh Cheng Lin.
Around 200 Rotarians, friends of Rotary, Interactors and Teacher Advisors attended this function.
Two new members, Rtn Gejanthiran Manokaran and Rtn Krishna Kumari S. Krishnasamy were inducted into the Rotary Club of Teluk Intan. Former Rotarian Jimmy Chong Thim was welcomed back.
The Rotary Club of Teluk Intan sponsors five Interact Clubs in Secondary Schools and one in a Primary School. The Board of Directors from the five clubs from Secondary Schools were provided a half day training in their roles and responsibilities and setting goals for their year. They were also provided with Rotary knowledge. Workshops were held to give them an opportunity to brainstorm, exchange ideas and develop action plans. 90 Interactors and three Teacher Advisors attended the Seminar. The seminar was conducted by the members from the Rotary Club of Teluk Intan. It was held at the Lower Perak Club, Teluk Intan on 4 August 2018.
On 1st July 2018 Rotarian Chandrasegaran Ramasamy took over as the 67th President of the Rotary Club of Teluk Intan. He is married to Ratha Muthusamy and they have three children.
On 7th July 2018 Sister Club Agreement was signed between the Rotary Club of Southbank, Melbourne, District 9800, Australia and the Rotary Club of Teluk Intan.
The Rotary Day was celebrated on 8 April 2018 starting with a peace walk. Nearly 500 people participated - these included Rotarians, Interactors, Family and Friends of Rotary and the general public. All were dressed in traditional or international costumes. The walk commenced from the Leaning Tower in the town square and concluded in school hall. There the best dressed participants were selected and given hampers. The children had a colouring competition and the winners were given awards. Free health screening was provided, and the local hospital had a blood donation drive and registration for organ donation. All the participants had an opportunity to view the projects done by the club and learn about promoting peace in themselves, in their community and the world. The project was covered by the local press and appeared in three newspapers. It was appreciated by the local member of Parliament who was the guest of honour.