Carnegie Rotary Club - We're for Communities
Carnegie Rotary Club has changed! We now meet 2 Tuesdays a month in the morning and 2 Tuesdays a month in the evening. This makes it easier for folks to attend. Members can attend either morning meetings or evening meetings. Attending on both mornings and evenings is also perfectly acceptable:-) The cost of membership has also been dramatically reduced with the removal of any obligation to pay for a meal.
Please come along to either our morning meetings or evening meetings and see what Rotary has to offer and see how you can make a difference in your comunity.
We are one of the 88 Clubs in Rotary District 1010 - North Scotland. Our club was chartered on 1 May 2003. We currently have approx. 21 members with a roughly equal split between men and women..
We are always keen to have new members. If you want to join a group of men and women over a wide age range who enjoy meeting for breakfast, holding fundraisers and giving service to the community then do please come along to our meetings. Carnegie members will extend a warm welcome to visiting Rotarians, family and friends. If you wish, you can let us know that you are planning to visit us but if you can't then please just turn up.
As mentioned above, we meet on Tuesdays. Twice a month we meet at 7.30am and our meetings conclude by 8.30 am. and twice a month we meet in the evenings at 7.00PM. At the morning meetings members/vistors may simply order a coffee/tea and/or choose from additional items. Our morning meeting place is currently at The Pitbauchlie Hotel. In the evenings, there is no meal but members/visitors can order a drink and also a cake if desired. Our evening meetings take place at Vine Conference Centre, Dunfermline.
We especially encourage young people to come to our meetings. So, if you want to visit and bring some of your family you will be very welcome.
We actively promote an understanding of diversity in our club and continually ensure that the needs and wider circumstances of all involved are considered fairly, whether it is our own club members or the wider community, both local and international.
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Fergus the Bear, the Dunfermline Rotary Club mascot, trying out his racing skills under the watchful eye of the Knockhill Racing Circuit Stig.
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Rotary members unite to tackle world hunger
Meetings & Venue
Where and when:
(2nd & 4th Tuesdays 6:45 for 7:00PM at The Vine Conference Centre,131 Garvock Hill, Dunfermline KY11 4JU)
1st & 3rd Tuesdays 7.15AM for 7.30AM at The Pitbauchlie Hotel, 47 Aberdour Rd, Dunfermline KY11 4PB KY11 4JU