(Arkleston Rd., Renfrew PA4 0RA)
Monday 16th October 2017
7.00pm start prompt (seated at 6.45pm)
Buffet included in the ticket price
Tickets can be purchased on the night
In aid of End Polio Now
For more details contact
Paul Maiolani on 07831 511 473
International committee are having an apple feast afternoon consisting apple pie, crumble, sandwiches, sausage rolls, tea coffee etc etc and fellowship at Charlie Newlands House Glebe Street on Saturday 2nd September 2017 between 1.00pm until 4.30pm open door invitations, In aid of Murabi School. Every one welcome along with their friends and families.
There is also a tombola stall.
Tickets are £5.00.
East Kilbride Kittoch Rotary Car Tour this year will be held on the 12th of August 2017. President Gail has chosen the Royal Voluntary Service (formerly known as WRVS) as her charity for this year and all proceeds from the day will go to that very worthwhile charity.
Open to classic and iconic cars, plus sports cars of all ages. A pleasant, un-timed tour of just over 100starting at the Riverside Museum in Glasgow and finishing in Carmunnock
An entry fee of £50* per car includes and tea for two at the finish. The event is open to all.
*All proceeds after event expenses will be donated to the
Royal Voluntary Service. You are welcome to add to your entry fee by having your car sponsored for the event by friends and colleagues. Full details at https://www.facebook.com/events/462494177454880/permalink/462494820788149/
or by calling Laura Fleming on 01355 263295
Dunkirk the Movie and a club visit to Govan Rotary
Monday 31st July 2017
David Shan and Martin Moir are organising a visit to Govan Rotary followed by a trip to the movies on lunchtime, Monday 31 July.
Estimated cost £20.00 including lunch and cinema entry.
27th JUNE 2017
That time again. President Paul Maiolani hands over office to John Morrison. John taking office for a second term at Rotary Club of Renfrew. Thanks to Paul for his very successful year in office. Paul continued the good work of past presidents at Renfrew and led the club from the front showing great enthusiasm and endeavour during his time as President. A very enjoyable night was had by rotarians, families and guests. We now look forward to another successful year under John’s leadership and wish John well. I’m sure he can look forward to his year and the support from all members of Rotary club of Renfrew.
On 14 May 2017, A. Wilson of the Rotary Club of Renfrew has organised a Highland Walk in aid of End Polio Now.
There are 2 options for the walk as follows :
a) Kings House to Tyndrum, a 19.4 mile walk commencing at 0900hrs.
b) Bridge of Orchy to Tyndrum, a distance of 9 miles commencing at 1100hrs.
Further details will be supplied nearer to the date for anyone wishing to take part.
At the conclusion of the walk, the walkers will meet at the main fundraising area, at The Green Wellie, where an area has been set aside for the participants to enjoy a well earned sandwich, soup and tea or coffee. Transport between the various locations is expected to be available throughout the day to ensure that walkers are reunited with their vehicles at the end of the day.
Rotarians, friends and family are most welcome to join us for all or part of the walk, or just to show your support along the way.
For further details, please contact Andrew Wilson, (Foundation Chair), Rotary Club of Renfrew. Ph : 07932 985 093.
We hold weekly meetings at The Normandy Hotel, Inchinnan Rd, Renfrew PA4 9EJ. Telephone: 0141 886 4100. Tuesday, 5:45pm for 6:00pm
"One thing is for certain. The world would not be where it is without Rotary, and it won't get where it needs to go without Rotary." Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft.
The president for 2016/2017 is Paul Maiolani. Iain said "Exciting times, I'm really looking forward to building on the success of Rotary in Renfrew over the last 63 years".
"I was introduced to Renfrew Rotary in 2005 through a business contact. Joining was the best business decision I have ever made" – David Atkinson, CO2 Design, Paisley.