Rotary Club of Crieff - welcome!

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Crieff Primary School - Christmas Books

Crieff Primary School - Christmas Books

At a special ceremony outside Crieff Primary School, representatives from several local organisations (including Crieff Rotary Club) presented the school with enough books for every child to receive one in time for Christmas.

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RYLA

RYLA

Tonight we will learn how Hannah and Yakub, our RYLA delegates for 2019, enjoyed the summer camps.

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Commonwealth War Graves

Commonwealth War Graves

Robert Ross of the Horticulture Department stood in for Patricia Keppie, Regional Co-ordinator for Commonwealth War Graves Commission. He provided an insight into the history and day to day running of the organisation.

VOT is David Smart

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How to create Rotakid Clubs in our area

How to create Rotakid Clubs in our area

Elspeth Lambie, from RC Inverkeithing & Dalgety Bay and who is Rotary's local Rotakids Co-ordinator, led a discussion on how to set up Rotakid Clubs at our local primary schools. This was a 'Partners Evening'.

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Jim Carruth - Poet

Jim Carruth - Poet

Jim Carruth is currently the Poet Laureate of Glasgow. He will talk about his life as a poet and his most recent book.
This is a partners evening.

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Stroke Awareness Day - Strathearn Community Campus

Stroke Awareness Day - Strathearn Community Campus

Crieff Rotary Club joined forces with health practitioners to provide a free assessment for anyone at The Campus on Saturday 13th April. 72 people attended and 23 were subsequently referred to their GPs for further advice.

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About us

President Jim McConnell and fellow members welcome you to Crieff Rotary Club's website.

As one of the 89 Clubs in Rotary District 1010 - North Scotland,  http://www.rotary1010.co.uk we are actively involved in local, regional and international projects.  We offer organisations physical and financial assistance - whichever is most needed and deemed appropriate. On many occasions we will offer both if we can.

Our members are committed to our local area and help and support many groups and organisations in our own community.

As a club we hope to use our skills and expertise to make a difference in our community by being TRUE in all that we do; being FAIR to everyone we deal with; offering GOODWILL and FRIENDSHIP and making sure that our actions are BENEFICIAL for everyone involved.

We also enjoy being Rotarians.  Our regular Tuesday evening meetings are a mixture of business and entertainment to which partners and guests  are always welcome.  Let us know via this Contact link if you would like to attend a meeting as we need to fix up for you to receive a dinner menu in advance.

Thank you for taking time to look at our site, why not click on some of the links on the left and find out more about our club.

To find out more about Crieff go to: http://www.perthshire-scotland.co.uk/crieff2.htm

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Happening soon...

Tue, May 18th 2021 7:00 pm

Business Meeting (Zoom)

Club Business Meeting. No speaker.

Tue, May 25th 2021 7:00 pm

How Hard Can it Be? (Zoom)

The full title of climber Nick Wharton's talk tonight is "Extreme Adventures of a Health and Safety Officer - How Hard Can it Be?"

Tue, Jun 1st 2021 7:00 pm

Council Meeting (Zoom)

Council Meeting. No speaker.

Tue, Jun 8th 2021 7:00 pm

Club Meeting

At the request of President Jim tonight is being kept free for a Club BBQ if this can be arranged - depends on Covid restrictions ruling at the time. TBC

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Tuesdays at 18.15 for 18.30

Yann's at Glenearn House
Perth Road
Crieff

PH7 3EQ  01764 650111

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