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Welcome message from Madeleine de la Cour

Club President for the Rotary Year 2023 - 24


It is with great honour that I take on the role of President for this our Club's Centenary Year. 

I would like to thank Richard Romeril for all his advice and guidance over the last year and for the work he has done to keep our Club on the right path.

I feel we have had a successful year with many of our annual events being reintroduced after cancellations and difficulties due to the challenges of the previous years. Our Golf Day raising funds for Silkworth Jersey, ongoing environmental projects for the Jersey National Park, Kids' Out, Senior Citizens Outing, Young Chef, Young Citizen, participation in the Christmas Appeal, and the Colin Powell Student Peace Debate are just a few of the projects and events which all take place thanks to the hard work of dedicated Rotarians, often calling on the support of family members and friends.  In the coming year we hope to recreate these together with new events and projects both locally and internationally with the support and enthusiasm of our new Council team.

As we move into our Centenary Year there is much we can celebrate and achieve as a Club; firstly we need to strive for excellent communication to let everyone involved know what is happening and how Rotarians can help; and secondly we also need to let the wider community know what our Club is doing and how any potential new members can get involved.  It is also important to work together with the other Service Clubs on the Island in particular Rotary de la Manche, I am sure we can achieve more together than apart. 

It is interesting to read Rotary International's incoming President Gordon McInally's vision for his Presidential Year;  he calls for Rotary to create hope in the world by working for Peace and mental wellbeing.  He says that by building Peace within, we become more capable of bringing Peace to the world.

Echoing his sentiments I look forward to engaging our members in ongoing and new projects and celebrating the great work our Club has undertaken in Jersey for 100 years.

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Our own direct contribution to Island Life, the Good Companions Club. Run by Rotary for over 60 years, providing a social hub for the young at heart.

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Rotary Club of Jersey / Silkworth Charity Golf Day - Royal Jersey Golf Club

Fri, Jun 7th 2024 8:00 am

Rotary Club of Jersey / Silkworth Charity Golf Day - Royal Jersey Golf Club

Annual Rotary Club of Jersey Charity Golf Day - In support of Silkworth

Club Dinner Meeting - Pomme D'Or Hotel

Wed, Jun 12th 2024 6:30 pm

Club Dinner Meeting - Pomme D'Or Hotel

2nd Wednesday Dinner Meeting

Open Garden St Ouen's Manor

Sat, Jun 15th 2024 2:00 pm

Open Garden St Ouen's Manor

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The beautiful grounds of St Ouen's Manor have been made available by the Seigneur of St Ouen to support Dementia Jersey

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We meet on Wednesdays at 6 - 8.30pm 2nd Wednesday

(Please note we meet FORTNIGHTLY not weekly. The 4th Wednesday is a business meeting at the Good Companions club. The fifth Wednesday is a social meeting and may be at an alternative venue. Please contact us to check before visiting us.) Pomme d'Or Hotel, Liberation Square

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