Rotary Club of Kirkcaldy Raith - welcome! Please scroll/swipe down through this page to find out more about us, in addition to the pages linked in the menu, top-left.
Breakfast meeting at the Victoria Hotel November 2017
Following their inspiring presentation our 2017 RYLA representatives receive their certificates.details
Weekly Breakfast meeting
Breakfast meeting 0730 at the Victoria Hotel Stuart Beveridge from Fife Society for the Blind came along to speak to us about living with sight loss.details
breakfast meeting at the Cup Cake Coffee Box
Today we met at the Cup Cake Coffee Box on the High St. Our guest, Janet Lowe, brought us up to date on the Rotary Foundation.details
Volunteering at the Kaleyard
Members of the club got together to put in a hard shift helping at the Kaleyard community garden. We moved mountains of rubble, slabs, sand, and bark and even found time to rehome a family of toads!details
Annual Kinship Carers Gathering
Once again volunteers from Kirkckaldy Raith joined with fellow Rotarians from local clubs to help run the annual Kinship Carers Gathering on Burntisland Links. A great day was had by all despite the weather!!details
Fun, Fellowship and Service
The Rotary Club of Kirkcaldy Raith hopes it can welcome you to one of our weekly morning meetings, Thursdays, 7.30am in the Cup Cake Coffee Box on Kirkcaldy High Street
On the last Thursday of the month there is no morning meeting, instead we get together at 6pm at various venues to be found on our club website. These are informal gatherings, family and friends are welcome along with anyone who is interested in finding out more about Rotary..
The members are a great mix of male/female and all ages. We always ensure that fun comes high on our list of priorities as we develop the club's activities and service projects.
If you are not a member of Rotary yet, we are sure you will find our meetings informative and interesting. Most of us went along one morning to visit, and we liked what we saw .... and joined. Where else can you make a difference locally, nationally, and internationally and have fun at the same time? You can be assured of a warm welcome. Please feel free to come along and meet us.
Please email email@example.com if you would like to attend or if you require any more information regarding Rotary. You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter.
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Meetings & Venue
Where and when:
(Last Thursday of the month there is NO breakfast meeting, instead we meet at 6pm at variable venues with a variety of themes. Non members are encouraged to come along and get to know us.)
The Cup Cake Coffee Box