Born in 1671 Rob Roy Macgregor was a strong fit man.
President Jim Macgregor is also a fit man and pushed through the 60 mile barrier in his quest to raise money for local charities. He was supported on his way by members of the Club setting off from Pitlochry to the inspiring sound of the pipes played by Dennis Hopper.
The 3 beneficiaries will be The St Andrews Preservation Trust's Pride of Place Awards in the Old Parliment Hall on the 19th September; St Andrews in Bloom, and the Botanic Gardens.
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more Mastermind Champion Jonathan Gibson and also University Challenge contestants from St Andrews University over the years were quizzed by Frank Quinault. A fund raising social event sponsored by Rollos Solicitors. Proceeds to St Andrews Foodbank.
more £540 donated to CHAS from a performance of "Love Letters" by Red Wine Productions in the New Club
more St Andrews and Fife Community Orchestra in Holy Trinity Church for a free concert.
more Performance by Alan Tricker and Brenda Hunter in New Golf Club
more St Andrews and Fife Community Orchestra gave a free concert in the Younger Hall with a raffle and retiring collection to raising over £1000 for Rotary charities.
more Rotarians chatted to customers and helped pack their shopping. Donations to Rotary from customers were over £1200
more Raised £2000 funds for charity at M & S
more "Look Who's Talking" event with Sir Craig Reedie in conversation with Frank Quinault at the Byre Theatre. Tickets available from the Byre Theatre NOW
more Scottish rugby coach, Gregor Townsend gave an entertaining interview about his career. Over £5000 was raised for St Andrews Rotary's Arclight project, helped by sponsorship from Henderson Black & Co accountants.
more Free entry but donations, raffle and sponsorship raised over Â£1500 for Rotary charities. St Andrews and Fife Community Orchestra, The Accidentals a cappella champions, Byre Rhythm Taiko Drummers, choir entertained, all compered by Jimmy Spankie
more Over Â£5500 was raised selling raffle tickets on the Old Course and at Morrisons for Rotary charities. Great prizes were won including a set of golf clubs from Auchterlonies
more Donations from the public to make a mile of coins on the streets in the centre of St Andrews raising about £800 for Erskine Hospital
more Free StAFCO community concert in the Younger Hall lead by Rotarian Gillian Craig raised over £1400 for Rotary charities
more Steve Redgrave drew the winning ticket at the Grand Prize Draw on the Old Course. Auchterlonies manager, Jordan Thomson, presented the TaylorMade golf clubs to the raffle winner,Sam Mills, from Anstruther. Thanks to event organiser Rob Dougan.
more Collection of coin donations started at Tesco and proceeded along the streets on a warm day and was well supported by the public raising over £600
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more Rotary Raffle for wonderful prizes raised £3000
more An evening of Talk, Music & Fun with musician, sportsman and broadcaster Gary Innes raised £1200 for charity.
more Â£1218 raised over 2 days
more St Andrews and Fife Community Orchestra organised by the University Music Centre in collaboration with Gillian Craig
more Hazel Irvine returned to her birthplace in an evening of conversation interviewed by internationally renowned golf journalist Renton Laidlaw at the Old Course Hotel.
more St Andrews and Fife Community Orchestra organised by the University Music Centre in collaboration with St Andrews Brass, the St Andrews Chorus and the Music Centre Youth Choirs, under the baton of Gillian Craig
more Annual club fund raising event
more Nicola Carslaw was in discussion with Prof Caroline Wilkinson who is the leading expert in forensic anthropology at the University of Dundee. The lunch at Rufflets Hotel raised £1300 for Rotary charities.
more The voice of golf, live in person, in an evening of Conversation with Renton Laidlaw in the Old Course Hotel sponsored by Murray Donald Solicitors.
more Concert in Madras Kilrymont Assembly Hall at 7pm with pupil participants from Madras College, St Leonards School, Waid Academy and Bell Baxter High School. Tickets £4
more Raffle tickets sold at Rotary tent on Old Course and at Morrisons raised over £5000
more Sheena Wellington "in conversation" with Ruth Wishart entertained around 100 guests at a charity lunch at Rufflets Hotel which raised £1200 for the Children's Hospice Association and other charities.
more The successful winners in the 2012 Rotary Dunhill Raffle
more selling raffle tickets in aid of Rotary and local charities Star prize is a set of golf clubs donated by Auchterlonies.
more Spectacular entertainment from Richard Michael(jazz pianist), The Alleycats, Byre Rhythm, Dry Island Buffalow Jump, Bollywood/Belly Dancers, Madras Concert Band, Street Dance, University Sax Quartet -- evening enjoyed by all.
more The winner was Lt Commander RN Jamie Welch a surgeon who lives near Perth and works in Ninewells.
more Fund raising garden party at Northcliff by kind permission of Bob and Margaret Murray --good food, good music, good company in the sunshine
more £5550 raised which is £1000 up on last year Winner of the clubs was Brian Neil
more Variety entertainment featuring Donna Hazelton, Donald Grant(diabolo) and Liam Vincent-Kilbride - over 100 local performers played to a full house raising £2100 net for charity.
more Starred George Donald "Scotland the What?", jazz pianist Richard Michael, Donald Grant diabolo, Spartans Gymnastic Display, Brass Ensemble, Choristi Sanctiandree, Celtic Moves and The Other Guys.
more Ways and Means Committe monthly report to Council, 29/2/2012
more Charity Run on West Sands for Sue Ryder Care. Rotary Club of St Andrews helped set up the village, marshalled 200 runners and raised donations for Polio Plus. All runners received medals kindly donated by Scores Hotel.
more Red Wine Productions performers Brenda Hunter and Alan Tricker gave an entertaining and educational performance enjoyed by an audience of almost 100 raising £1200 for Rotary charities. Jimmy Spankie also added his natural humour.
more Dunhill Prize Draw on Old Course