Public Image Committee
Public Image Committee
Public Image committee
The Public Image committee is tasked to promote the club and the work of Rotary within the local community. To this end it relies on the work of the various committees and encourages close cooperation to tease out newsworthy reports.
The PI commitee will continue to promote the club to both in the wider community and internally. In the former case this will be done by presenting newsworthy material on the club’s activities to the local media and on our social media platforms to maintain the club’s high profile in the Dundee area. In the coming months we will be working on publicity for the Swimarathon and the Charity Dinner.
We also see the benefit of producing leaflets about the club and its activities for specific public events like the teddy bear jump.
A further aspect of our work to promote the club in the wider community is with the production of audio visual presentations for events our charity gala dinner, and we will be continuing with this effort.
The PI Committee sees the internet and social media as vital avenues through which to promote the club both internally and externally. We support and encourage use of the club’ website and Facebook pages by all members, and welcome all contributions.
Dundee Rotary Club appoints first female president
Local solicitor, Mary Crighton, has been elected as the first female president of the Rotary Club of Dundee.details
Rotarian honoured with prestigious award
Robert Dunn received the Paul Harris Fellow award during the annual family lunchdetails
Camperdown Burns Supper
With an evening of music, food and song the Rotary Club of Claverhouse "Camperdown Burns Supper" will be held on Friday 26 January 2018 at 7.00 for 7.30pm.details
DG Graeme Archibald’s address to the Rotary Club of Dundee
DG Graeme kindly shared the notes from his address to the Club on Thursday 14th Septemberdetails
Rotary International has a new website, Rotary is an International organisation with over 1.2M members, here in the UK we have 53,000 in 1,850 clubs.details
Where am I - Rotary App
With the all new www.rotary.org website there have been a number of innovative applications to assist Rotarians. One of the best is this very clever one that enables a Rotarian, or indeed any other person to find out exactly where they are.details
Anyone for tea?
Vivien Scott, a member of the Inner Wheel Club of Dundee, and wife of President Alastair, organised two Tea parties on Tuesday and Wednesday, in order to raise money for a Rotary Charity called Literacy in a Box - which advances Educationdetails
A Big Thank You!
The long standing involvement of the Dundee Rotary Club with the Ninewells Cancer Campaigndetails
Riverside Park - Rotary Day 2012
Rotary Day - the planting of an avenue of twenty trees in the newly created Riverside Nature Park.details
Polio Plus - BBC report on Rotary work in India
Polio Plus is an International Rotary projectdetails
All Hell Let Loose: The Experience of the Second World War.
Max Hastings - All Hell Let Loose: The Experience of the Second World War. Saturday 12th November 2011 - 6.00pm - Dalhousie Building -Old Hawkhilldetails
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.details
St Andrew's Family Support Project
President Graham Hay, on behalf of the Rotary Club of Dundee, presented a cheque for £500details
Dinner at the Rep
A group of 40 Club members and their partners enjoying a Dinner at the Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre before visiting the award-winning Dundee Repertory Theatre, April 2010.details
Thanks for Life Day
Rotary Day - 23rd February, the anniversary of the first Rotary meeting in Chicago, USA, more than 100 years agodetails