Mike Herbert Award for Endevour 2021-22
For those of your who have visited our website previously you will have seen that The Rotary Club of Newark Castle were awarded the Mike Herbert Award for Endevour at the Changeover meeting held Friday 1st July 2022 which came somewhat as a surprise however a very welcome and pleasing one!
The Club was nominated by Stella Herbert - District Executive Officer (Head of Membership) for District 1220 - who wrote some very kind words about the Club:
"I’d like to nominate Newark Castle Rotary for this award. This time last year the club had suffered a massive loss of members for various reasons it would have been very easy to call it a day and close the club. BUT under the careful presidency of Geoff Nicholls and his team, they have dug in, built some new supporting foundations and managed to continue healthily with 2 new members . They have had closer working relationships with Newark Rotary and David Shannon the outgoing president of this club & with them they have laid feelers out for new Rotarians in new housing developments and started some joint projects. They have won a gold award for assisting in the Newark in Bloom competition which showcased their volunteering work, as well as planting 1000s of trees for the Queens Green Canopy Project as well as many more.
The club should be recognised for not letting the losses beat them, but by regrouping and laying new plans according to their current membership numbers, they will go on looking stronger each year."
A glowing endorsement indeed for Past President Geoff and all Club members.
Pictured below is Club President, Susan Parker, presenting Past President, Geoff Nicholls with the Mike Herbert Award at our recent Business Meeting.
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Tue, Nov 29th 2022 6:45 pm
Club Christmas dinner for all members, partners and guests.
Please note the change of venue to the Cedric Ford Pavilion
Tue, Dec 13th 2022 6:45 pm
Join us at Coddington Village Hall for Christmas Celebrations with pie & mash supper and singalong with Collingham Singers. Partners and guests are invited to this event.
We meet on Tuesdays at 18.45 for 19.00(We meet twice monthly on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month. Please check with the club secretary on 0770 3952 444 ref meeting dates and locations. ) Newark Show Ground
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