HANDOVER CEREMONY 1st July 2019
Immediate Past President IPP Brian George introduces Mariandy Lennon as President 2019-2020. Past President Bernadette Mulvey gives Vote of thanks to IPP Brian for his devotion and work during his term.President Mariandy shares her vision for the Club - Growth and Expansion to reach out more people who need help in our community and in the world
WHAT IS ROTARY?
Rotary is a worldwide service organization for business men and business women of all ages who wish to use their personal skills and resources to help others less fortunate than themselves both nationally and internationally. Rotary is non-political, non-religious and is open to all those who share our wish to serve others and have fun in the process.
Rotary was started in Chicago USA in 1905 by a lawyer, Paul Harris, as a business network that also served the needy. Their motto and ours is still “Service above Self “
The Rotary Club, Dublin was founded in 1911 and was the first Rotary Club outside North America. There are now over 32,000 Rotary Clubs in over 200 countries. Being a member of one means that you can visit all, make acquaintances, and assist in humanitarian work.
We meet for lunch every Monday (except bank holidays) in the Grand Canal Hotel, Grand Canal Street Dublin 4 at 12.45 pm finishing at 2.00 pm sharp.
We also have Fellowship evening meetings, once a month, on a Wednesday, mainly to accommodate members who cannot attend lunch meetings. These meetings start at 6 PM and finish at 7 PM and are also held in the Grand Canal Hotel.
Members serve on various committees carrying out service projects both here and, overseas.
We invite guest speakers to our lunches, and we discuss our projects and topics of concern.
We get many overseas visiting Rotarians and we are linked to several European Rotary groups.
Our Rotary year runs from July to June and is full of events both social as well as practical, all in the service of others.
Meetings and events happening soon
Monday 22nd July 12.45
Our speaker today is Paul McNieve
Paul McNieve will talk about the National Rehabilitation Hospital in Dun Laoghaire.Paul is on the board of the hospital & is a former patient there himself.He is now a motivational speaker writes a weekly newspaper column & is a frequent guest on radio
Monday 29th July 12.45
Our speaker today is Willie White
Willie White, Dublin Theatre Festival
Monday 5th August 12.45
Be part of a global network of volunteers, trying to make the world a better place. Please also see the 'links & news' page for information from the local district and live feeds from Rotary International and Rotary International in GB&I.
Family Rotary club use skills to kick-start local charities
Rotary members unite to tackle world hunger
Meetings & Venue
Where and when:
(Except Bank Holidays. We meet for lunch at a cost of 19 euro. We also meet on the first Wednesday each month at 6pm at a cost of 10 euro. We have a short lecture on a topical issue. If you would like to attend please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Grand Canal Hotel
Grand Canal Street Upper
Dublin D04X5X7 00353 1 6461000