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Last Non-Virtual Presidential Handover Meeting

Last Non-Virtual Presidential Handover Meeting

In June 2019 President Barry Toshner formally handed over the Chain of Office to incoming President, David Paul. David continues in office during the current pandemic with Zoom meetings held each Thursday at 5.30pm.


About us

From 5.30 pm on Thursday 30th September our meetings resumed on a bi-weekly basis alternating with bi-weekly online meetings on ZOOM. We have continued to socialise and plan activities which raise money for, or provide assistance to local, national and international charities. 

We hope to soon return to our normal weekly meeting each Thursday at 5.30pm for socialising before dinner at 6.00pm prompt, in the Kings Park Hotel in the Kings Park Hotel, Mill Street, Rutherglen, Glasgow, G73 2LX Tel: +44(0)141 647 5491

Our meetings begin with welcoming visitors, socialising in the bar then a buffet meal followed by some brief business, Any guest speaker is then invited to address the members and guests. (The exception is the first meeting in each month which is a normally a business only meeting). 

We endeavour to have an interesting and varied speaker programme. Topics include local, community or international issues, from professional groups to international charities, and individuals with an interesting story to tell.

Meetings normally conclude around 7.30pm.

President David Paul will be pleased to welcome guests and potential members.

Anyone interested in joining/finding out more about Rotary can do so by coming along on a Thursday night or contacting our Club Secretary Brian Williams at brianwilliams@gmx.com

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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Thursdays at 5:30 pm for 6:00 pm

Kings Park Hotel, Mill Street, Rutherglen, Glasgow

G73 2LX  0141 647 5491

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