The Rotary Club of Buxton Membership Services Committee's purpose is (a) to ensure the right environment, motivation, fun and fellowship such that all Club Members address activities to meet their service obligation, (b) to make the Rotary Club of Buxton grow and flourish, and (c) to encourage the introduction and integration of new members.
Effective club operations include both administrative and service responsibilities.
Rotary Club of Buxton Ceilidh
Burbage Institute, Buxton £10 pp Saturday Feb 16th 7 pm Drop of a Hat Ceilidh Band & Caller Pie & Pea Supper Proceeds for Rotary Charitiesdetails
2016 Presidents' Evening Christmas Party at The Old Hall
Party time on 7 December at "˜Presidents"™ Evening"™ in the Old Hall Hotel with Christmas crackers, party hats, magic, and carols.details
111th Anniversary of Rotary International
Buxton Rotarians raised glasses of Buxton Spring Water from St Anne's Well to toast the 111th Anniversary of the formation of Rotary International and the siting of their new Spiral Wishing Well in Buxton's Pavilion Gardensdetails
Visit to Buxton Natural Mineral Water Plant (2015)
Rotary Club of Buxton members donned hygiene apparel and safety footwear to enter the Buxton Mineral Water plant.details
Obituary: PP and PDG Ken Boylett PHF
Club Obituary to Past President and Past District Governor Ken Boylett PHFdetails
Retiring 2012-13 President David Hopkins hands over to 2013-14 President Kath Silsondetails
Oh! What A Lovely War!
Buxton Rotarians and Inner Wheel Club of Buxton members enjoyed a preview of Buxton Drama League's 23-24 May Production of "Oh! What A Lovely War!", showing at Buxton's Pavilion Arts Centredetails
Club Tour Around the future Buxton Crescent Hotel & Spa Complex
Presentation and tour of old St Anne's Hotel by Trevor Osborne (Trevor Osborne Property Group) and Richard Tuffrey (High Peak Borough Council Head Planning Policy and Design)details
2013 Go-Kart Challenge - Buxton vs. Biddulph
Buxton Rotary Close Second in Go Kart Challengedetails
Buxton Rotary turns 'The Kiln' into an e-zine
Back issues of The Kiln were uploaded onto www.yudu.com for online browsingdetails