Rotarian Colin Daines takes over the role of President
Rotarian Colin Daines was delighted to be presented with the Presidential chain of Office by outgoing President Rob Sharratt on Thursday 30th June 2016 at a fun evening of fellowship at the home of Rob and Carol Sharratt. Having served as President of the club once before in 2004 Colin said he was honoured that he would once more be leading the hard working group of Rotarians from Manningtree Stour Valley Rotary Club over the next Rotary year. Colin said that in this historic year of the centenary of the Rotary Foundation he hopes to raise the profile of the club in the community and continue the great work the club does in raising much needed funds for local and international charities.
Colin then presented outgoing President Rob with a plate commemorating his year as President of the club.
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