An award to recognise a McLaren High School pupil who, during the previous 12 months, has had to show incredible commitment to overcome a variety of obstacles in order to achieve their results or progress at school.Details
Callander Rotary Club has dedicated an area of land at the foot of Ben Ledi to commemorate the fallen servicemen from Callander in World War 1. To find video records of the event scroll to the bottom of the articleDetails
Inspired by Kew Rotary Club, we have decided to show online images of all the banners we have received over the yearsDetails
Callander Rotary likes to help, where we can, local charities and causes, but in addition to that we get involved in international projects where there is need.Details
Throughout the year your local Rotary Club raises money so that it can give a helping hand where needed.Details
Due to the Coronavirus Crisis Club meetings will not take place until further notice
Although the Club continues to work behind the scenes, using technology to ensure safe distancing, we have had to suspend all of our regular fundraising activities. So, if you would like to help us continue to help others, please consider making a donation via PayPal by clicking on the button below.
A very warm welcome from President Jen Shearer to the Rotary Club of Callander and West Perthshire.
Our club is set within the Trossachs, one of the most beautiful and scenic parts of Scotland. We are easily accessible from the central belt being just 1 hour from Glasgow and 1 hour 20 minutes from the centre of Edinburgh. This area is described as "Scotland in Miniature" and visitors to our meetings and events are assured of true Highland hospitality within a scenic setting.
New members are always welcome. Unfortunately, due to the Covid-19 situation, we are currently unable to hold live meetings and so cannot invite you to come along and meet us at this time. However, if you think it might be of interest, why not drop me an email - I'd be delighted to have a chat. We hope it won't be too long before we are able to resume live meetings and when we do you'll be assured of a warm welcome!
On 30th June, we said thank you to outgoing President Michael Kay for steering us through a tough year and then we welcomed incoming Club President Jen Shearer, who now starts her second stint in this role. And the difference? We did it via Zoom. Covid has prevented us meeting face-to-face for nearly four months now and although it has not stopped us helping out in our community and planning for the future, it has not been without its difficulties. Thank goodness then for Zoom. This online conferencing app, known only to a relative few until the Covid outbreak, has been a Godsend. We have used it to hold Council meetings, our AGM and our Club Assembly (at which we make plans for the coming year) and then we used it for a virtual handover
Rotary is all about helping out in our Communities, whether that be local, national or international. Find out more by clicking on the link below to view a short video ........We're For Communities Video
To see what we got up to in previous years, just click on the appropriate link below ....
Fri, Jul 17th 2020 12:10 pm - 11:55 pm Wed, Jun 30th 2021
Our Club has been providing support to our community during the Covid-19 crisisdetails
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