Rotarians in North Scotland are being urged by their new International President to strengthen membership.
Sri Lankan Rotarian Ravi Ravindran has made a direct plea to Rotary Clubs locally and worldwide to attract more men and women who are committed to improving their own and international communities through volunteer service.
Clubs are more and more becoming first-responders when major disaster strikes, he says. On the home front they are also involved in helping food banks and local organisations with support and finances.
Rotary is fun and fundraising, with gala days, duck races, Christmas Sleighs and grottos, taking disabled kids and the elderly out for the day and much, much more.
Clubs in District 1010 are proud of their past involvement in the community in addition to playing a major part in the goal of eradicating polio throughout the world — a goal now in sight with only three countries still reporting cases. Ravi is committed to bringing a 'fresh look’ to Rotary Clubs worldwide and you could play a part in making a difference in your area.
There are many different types of Club in our District, including those that meet for Breakfast, over lunch in the evening or on-line as eClubs.
If you would like to find out more why not make contact with one of clubs in the area Map with Clubs
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