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WE ARE A GLOBAL FAMILY
Members of our club frequently travel to other countries and meet with local Rotarians.details
President Gill Poole recently outlined her plans for the new Rotary year 2017/18.
The club is attempting to revitalise and modernise its approach whilst retaining the central core features of Rotary.
Our club committee structure has been changed to try and ensure a wider involvement of members.
Publicity and media interaction has been given to a small group who will support other committees in their work. The club is also committed to Rotary Club Central as a means of setting itself targets and to monitor our achievements.
She affirmed Rotary can only flourish when there is friendship and fun. When tasks are shared more work gets done!
She hoped we would continue to build on our achievement in becoming a Dementia Friendly club. It is also hoped our aspirations to develop corporate and associate membership status can be achieved within the year.
In terms of our connection with the community, Gill hopes we can continue to work in partnership with like-minded organisations; our work with Mirfield Round Table and Mirfield Town Partnership being two notable features.
Gill has long been a driving force for RYLA and hopes to help young people by sponsoring candidates for the Youth Leadership programme and also supporting a young person to join the Youth Sail programme.
Gill commended the international work done by members and affirmed our continued commitment to raise funds to eradicate Polio. The Shoebox Appeal which provides so much joy to those who receive these little gifts is also to continue.
Thinking of joining?
If Rotary sounds like the organisation for you we'd like to hear from you. Simply give our secretary a ring on 01274 877992 or scroll down to the very bottom of the page and click the red square 'Membership Enquiry' and fill in the attached form.
Meetings and events happening soon
Monday 19th February 19.00
Dinner followed by Speaker
Monday 26th February 19.00
Inner 9 Seat of Knowledge Quiz at Healds Hall
Monday 5th March 18.45
Dinner followed by Committees
Monday 12th March 18.45
Dinner followed by Council
Tuesday 13th March 09.00
Inner 9 Rotary Technology Tournament
Technology event for young people to be held at Upper Batley High School
Saturday 17th March 09.00
President Elect Preparation Seminar
Mandatory meeting for incoming Presidents
Sunday 18th March 11.00
Car Treasure Hunt
Annual car treasure hunt as a fundraiser/fellowship event.
Monday 19th March 18.45
Dinner followed by Speaker
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