Ping Pong

Monday 25th August

Our first challenge of 2014/2015 is a table tennis competition against fellow Rotarians from the Rotary Club of Louden. 4 or 5 matches over the evening of Monday 25 August.

The first round of this year’s district challenge took place in Renfrew North Church Halls at the end of August. Louden Club issued the challenge and our chosen sport was table tennis. Renfrew ran out as close winners, (actually we managed not to loose a game). Thanks to Bruce, Paul, David, Gary and Sam, we are now looking forward to the next round, once we find out who our opponents are.

Looking forward the the new ⁦@accordhospice⁩ shop opening soon on Glasgow Road 30 yards away from our offices. The brand’s looking great #Brand ⁦@paisleyorguk⁩ #Paisley #SMEs #localbusiness

Quiz night with 47 entries @RalstonGolfClub, organisers Paul & Elizabeth Maiolani helped by President David O. We raised £300 for The Hayfield Support Services with Deaf People and https://t.co/bGZHKrKXSS. Sam Elliott's team, The Smiddy ran out winners.

Thank you very much for a very well managed quiz night. Buffet was lovely. Staff excellent, as always. @RalstonGolfClub

Saturday morning breakfast meeting at Lord of the Isles.
Good to see Martin out and about and thanks to June for photography.

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We hold weekly meetings at The Normandy Hotel, Inchinnan Rd, Renfrew PA4 9EJ. Telephone: 0141 886 4100. Tuesday, 5:45pm for 6:00pm

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President

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".

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