Rotary Club of Aberdeen Balgownie serving the Bridge of Don Community in Aberdeen WELCOMES YOU
Members of the Rotary Club of Aberdeen Balgownie agreed to donate money from the Community Service fund for the purchase of a Shelterbox.details
Braehead are winners at the Primary School Quiz 2018
All seven primary schools in Bridge of Don were represented at the 2018 Primary School Quiz first heat, held at Oldmachar Academy on Wdenesday, 7 March. Glashieburn Primary were one point behind, in second placedetails
Westfield Park revamp
Members of the Rotary Club of Aberdeen Balgownie provided volunteer help to Friends of the Westfield Park in the refurbishment of the facilities.details
GUEST: Amy Birse, violinist
Amy Birse, winner of the Grampian Youth Orchestra Concerto Competition, gave an enjoyable performance of selections from the works of Wienaski, Beriot and Massenetdetails
Grampian Forest Rally, car parking
The rally was held at several stages in Aberdeenshire. Members of the Rotary Club assisted by marshalling the spectator parking and selling programs. A substantial sum was earned for the club's Charity Fund.details
Serving the Bridge of Don community in Aberdeen
Visitors and New Members are most welcome
Our Club operates a Syndicate into which you pay anything from £5.00 to £40.00. You only pay once and it lasts for approx 4-8 months. No further funding is required during the life of the Syndicate. For further information and how to join click the link below.
The club was formed in 1993 and currently has about 20 members, many living and working within the Aberdeen suburb of Bridge of Don
Visitors and new members are always welcome.
. ABERDEEN BALGOWNIE CELEBRATES 20TH ANNIVERSARY
Over 60 members, partners and guests attended the twentieth anniversary dinner of the Aberdeen Balgownie club in the Craighaar Hotel Bucksburn on 18th May. The Balgownie club is based in Bridge of Don and takes its name from the historic 14th century "Brig o' Balgownie" which spans the River Don.
Its membership is drawn from residents and business people in Aberdeen's largest suburb in the north of the city, and the rural district around. Celebrations were organized by Club Senior Vice President Moyra Cowie, a Lecturer in Sports Management at Aberdeen College, who showed her presentational and organisational skills by compering a take- off of the former "This is your life" TV programme for the club since its "birth" in 1993, interspersed with quizzes and reminiscences from the members, and reminders of the many projects the club had participated in.
Among the guests were Eric Rasmussen, President of Aberdeen St Nicholas club 20 years ago and also the current President Jim Couper, Aberdeen St Nicholas being the "mother club" and Doug Westland of Ellon Rotary Club club who was the District Extension Officer at the time the club was founded.
The birthday cake was cut by Founder President Leslie Roger.
Some of the members of the Rotary Club of Aberdeen Balgownie posing for a group photo before the 20th Charter Celebrations start on the 18th May 2013.
Meetings and events happening soon
Thursday 25th October 18.00
6 for 6:30
Thursday 1st November 18.00
6 for 6:30
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