Rotary International District 1090
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New members with vocational skills and a commitment to give something back to their communities are essential to the sustained growth of Rotary.
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Over 90 new members. prospective members, Rotarians and partners attended the What is Rotary? information evenings fheld on Monday 8 April at Wycombe Wanderers FC, Adams Park, High Wycombe and Wednesday 17 April at the Randolph Hotel, Oxford.( See details .) The evenings resulted in an additional four new members signing up. Look out for the next one!
Celebrating Equality and Diversity
Rotary Clubs in District 1090 welcome men and women from all walks of life with an interest in making a real difference. Dr Kamel Hothi, Business and Community Director of Lloyds Bank was the keynote speaker when International Women’s Day was celebrated on Friday 8 March at a breakfast meeting organised by women in Rotary Clubs in the Thames Valley, in association with Moor Hall Conference Centre, Cookham. Read more
New Rotary Club at Maidenhead Bridge
A very warm welcome to Maidenhead Bridge, the latest in a line of new clubs to meet changing life-styles. Following the charter of a village community club at Eynsham and the Oxford International e-club, the Rotary Club of Maidenhead Bridge is different to the more traditional club and all about flexibility. Members meet on the first and third Sundays of each month at 10.30am in Costa Coffee (High Street). The aim of the Rotary Club of Maidenhead Bridge is to provide 30+ young professionals and parents with an opportunity to get involved in the local community, and to meet like-minded people. Having officially received their charter at the beginning of february this year, they have already achieved an amazing amount and had a lot of fun into the bargain! See their photo page
President Lisa Hunter says "This is a really exciting time to get involved as you can help shape the style of the club and input into how we can grow for the future". Contact them today!
New e-Club for Oxford:
Oxford International where over 25 members throughout the world are signed up to e-meetings and regular real-time meetings at the Ashmolean Cafe for those based in Oxford, recently received their charter. An innovative solution for those whose busy lives make conventional Rotary attendance difficult.
If Rotary sounds like the organisation for you, we'd like to hear from you!
Every club is unique, with its own range of benefits, and members of the District Committee will be pleased to help you find a club to meet your needs. Please contact the Membership Chairman, Al Gore
Information for Clubs:
Membership leaflets and posters are available from the ROSS shop at RIBI
The committee also exists to help clubs develop their membership base and advise of all the latest Rotary initiatives for membership recruitment and retention. Read more......