Vocational / Youth Service

Chairman: Eddie Ross



Members: Nikita Talwar, Stewart Mitchell & Nicol Proctor, Leslie Roger

Vocational / Youth Service 

The Vocational / Youth Service Committee for the year 2014/15 comprises myself as Chair, Nicol Proctor as Vice Chair, Leslie Roger, Nitika Talwar and Stewart Mitchell. We propose to carry on with the successful activities of previous years.
The Committee will continue to support and organise the 2014 Primary School Quiz involving the Bridge of Don schools. We will again require assistance from members experienced in the event and look forward to their continued support. 
Budget (amount withheld)
We will select two candidates for the RYLA Camp Project from our local Secondary Schools and other youth organisations for the 2014 camp.
Budget (amount withheld)
We will look at the possibility of establishing Rotakids within one of the local Primary Schools, probably Braehead and we will, once again, ask the school to support the Rotary Christmas Shoe Box appeal.
The Rotary GB&I Young Photographer competition may be an opportunity to gain some publicity for our club. Our involvement is fairly minimal and only requires us to get the schools and youth organisations involved in promoting the competition to pupils and members. The competition is open to students aged 7

Eddie RossContact Eddie Ross about this page:

(ALL fields required)

(If you are a Rotarian, please name your club.)

Vocational / Youth Service sub-pages:

Shoeboxes filled  by the Braeside Primary School Pupils

Shoebox Scheme

more Shoeboxes filled by the Braeside Primary School Pupils

/Users/Alistair/Desktop/Scotstown receive their winners' trophy-1.JPG

Primary School Quiz 2016



Primary School Quiz 2014

more Primary School Quiz - Oldmaachar Academy - Wed 12th March

Primary School Quiz

more 2013 Primary School Quiz

President Malcolm Ross with RYLA attendees . . . to be updated


more RYLA is an outdoor education opportunity for school-age children, organised by Rotary. In 2014, the Rotary Club of Aberdeen Balgownie sponsored two young people to attend the camp, held at the Abernethy Centre, Aviemore.