We are delighted to be celebrating our 100th anniversary – our Century of Service in 2021-22
In our long and proud history we have donated hundreds of thousands of pounds and practical help to the people of Dundee and beyond, all in keeping with the Rotary motto of Service Above Self.
In our landmark year this record is to continue as we prepare to donate more than £100,000 to good causes in Dundee in a full programme of projects and events worthy of our special celebration.
Our celebrations have been a long time in planning by our Centenary Committee of Past President Robert Dunn (chair) and members President Andrew Argo, Immediate Past President Clive Murray, Past Presidents Mary Crighton, Jim Patrick, Tim Heilbronn, Gavin Strachan and Peter Leyland; Treasurer Michelle Lyall and Rotarian Wendy Maltman.
Some parts of the centenary calendar have had to be rescheduled because of the Covid pandemic restrictions.
But these troubled times we are experiencing are not dissuading us from marking our Century of Service in a big way.
In the following pages Centenary Committee Chair Robert Dunn gives an overview of the programme, projects and events for the next year, here
Other pages give details of some of our key projects that are already in place.
There is a report on how our story began at the Queens Hotel and has taken us to Zoom here
There is also a feature on the meetings we held and the issues we discussed in our early days. here
It is our Century of Service, and we are delighted to be celebrating it.
Mon, Jun 6th 2022 8:30 pm
Fundraising Quiz Night at the Fort Bar, Broughty Ferry
We meet on Thursdays at 12.45 for 13.00(We are still following Covid rules and whilst we prefer to meet in the hotel we can still find ourselves on Zoom. If visiting, makes sense to check first.) Invercarse Hotel
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