64 golfers teed off at 08.30 today to raise funds for two local Charities at the annual Rotary Golf Day held at Royal Jersey Golf Club on Friday 28th June 2013.
Led by the Governor, Sir John McColl, the golfers expect their exertions to raise substantial funds for two charities chosen by members of Rotary.
Seen here on the first tee with Sir John are Conrad Coutanche, Rotarian Bob Marshall and Steven Bowen (Captain of Royal Jersey GC).
The whole day has been supported by the generous sponsorship of Sure
The beneficiaries of all these efforts are:
Results available here.
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more Five bags of rubbish removed followed by refreshments for the team at Jersey Pearl.
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more Reports indicating the wide range of Organisations we have helped.
more KidsOut 2013 at aMaizin Adventure Park sponsored by Rathbones
more Action from the day.
more The winning team and the winning charities!
more Funds available for distribution from the Keyworth Trust go to Youth Enquiry Service "YES" and The Freedom Centre.
more Supported by over 750 Rotary Clubs throughout Great Britain and Ireland.
more Kids Out Day in Jersey was at the Amaizin Adventure Park on June 13th 2012
more Our beach to keep clean and to adjourn to Colleens after all the hard work.
more Showcasing Rotary to the public of Jersey and raising funds to support our Community
more Petanque, Wine, Good Food and Good Company what more could you want? Oh yes, a fabulous sunset over St Ouens bay!
more Community & Environmental Projects Committee
more A flag day was held in St Helier on July 14th 2012 to raise funds and awareness of Rotary. Rotarians dressed up as pirates.
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