Membership/Attendance/Policy

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 Ideas for Membership Development

 

The traditional options of inviting a potential member to a number of club meetings or holding overt membership meetings are not the only options to increase the size of B&K. Membership is not just a numbers game but establishing and maintaining the critical mass to develop and carry out all of our programmes.

As a starting point for recruitment, there is the need to answer the basic question

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Burntisland RotaKids have delivered their Christmas gifts to the residents of Links View, Burntisland. Everyone had a great time and the residents enjoyed their gifts and cake etc. Many of the residents sang along with the children.

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Thanks to all of you who joined us for our Burns evening, over 500 tickets were sold to support the work of Rotary. The money raised, £2121 will be split between Rotary Foundation and “End Polio Now”

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.News from the Club

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School Events, Sport & Fellowship, Environmental, Supporting Young People,Local Support, International Projects and Medical Charities.

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President Ken Kirkwood representing the Club laid a wreath at Kinghorn War Memorial remembering all those who had fallen in past wars.

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Our first Zoom vocational from Rotarian Val Wills

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Great weekend helping Sands Hotel with their Inaugural Beer & Gin Festival in exchange for fundraising

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Do you, or someone you know, need help with children's clothing.

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Speaker on Zoom - Derek Thomson- RI Conference- Hamburg

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"New Rotarian on the Block"

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