Rowly Joseph was installed as the new President of Redruth Rotary Club by outgoing President Larry Datson. He said that he is looking forward to a busy, successful and enjoyable year in Office. He looks forward to supporting the local Community whilst at the same time not forgetting those less fortunate overseas. His chosen Charities for the year are - Macmillan Cancer Care : Headway Cornwall (people with Brain injuries) : Shelterbox, and Polio Plus, which is endeavouring to eradicate the scourge of Polio.
more George Saint to Mike Norfolk
more Weekly Draw - 10th March 2014
more For 2012-13 we have three new Honorary Members.
more Rotary President Tony Williams and Margaret Bryant from Inner Wheel, ready to lay wreaths at Victoria Park on Remberance Sunday
more Rotarians and Partners enjoyed a marvelous afternoon at Little Harbour House at St Austell
more President Rowly Joseph presenting the Rotarian of the Year Award 2012-13 to George Saint
more Rotarian Lee Jeffery being presented with a Certificate of Appreciation by the President of the Rotary Club of Penryn Derek Godridge for his help in organising the Enys 10km Run.
more A weekly Rotary Meeting with a difference was held on Monday August 13th.
more Redruth Rotary Club - Rotary Golf Day on the 16th June 2013 raised £3595 and was won by the Ace Flooring team.
more Tony Williams presenting the President Elect's chain of office to Mary Anson
more Presidential Handover meeting
more Club Members visit to the Heartlands Project
more President Larry Datson presented cheques totaling over £10,000 to a number of charities at the Charity Awards evening held on the 25th June 2012
more He became the Rotary District 1290 Organiser for Shelterbox in December 2008 and has done a tremendous amount of work for that Charity since then.
more An inspiring talk was given by District Governor John James to the Club on only his second week in Office.
more Fair fa' your honest, sonsie face, Great chieftain o the puddin'-race! Aboon them a' ye tak your place,Painch, tripe, or thairm: Weel are ye worthy o' a grace As lang's my arm.
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