Thu 3rd June 2010
The Rotary Club of Dundee honoured some individuals for their personal endeavours at their lunchtime meeting on 3rd June, and made donations to their chosen charities totalling over £2,000.
Pictured are (extreme left) Rotarian Alastair Scott, Chairman of the Vocational Committee and (extreme right) President Graham Hay, together with the recipients:
Back left, David Grant, for the Renal Unit, Ninewells Hospital
Back right, Jessica Narsapur for Brae Riding for the Disabled
Front left, Sue Thomson, for The Polio Fellowship
Centre, Barry Ritchie who through Street Soccer Scotland has been chosen for the 8-man Scotland team to go to the Homeless World Cup Finals in Rio in late September this year.
Front right, Liam Ritchie, for Brae Riding for the Disabled.
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