more 6 April in St Leonards Church Hall A speed dating format with Rotarians from different career backgrounds.
more Wine & Cheese Party at Forgans in Market Street to learn about Rotaract and meet new friends with worldwide connections
more Join Rotarians and other international students at the Scores Hotel
more A fun occasion for Rotaract members after 4 years of study
more Pizza Express at 8.30
more On Saturday it starts outside St Salvators Quad at 2 and proceeds round town finishing at the Town Hall. A must see for anyone who has not seen it before.
more Election of office bearers for 2017-2018
more Bottle of wine prize for the best story of adventures over the Easter Break.
more Members fed pet lambs and saw young calves at Colin's farm
more President Keertna and Vice President Cameron explained the opportunities of Rotaract membership. Jack Daniels gave a talk on "Opportunities for Rotaract students in and around St Andrews."
more In the Scores Hotel Patio Room a small select group learnt about Rotaract and met interesting fellow students.
more paid up members from Rotaract can join 20 other students from 20 different countries who are not going home for Christmas
more Rotary Lunch to celebrate Scotlands national bard, Robert Burns
more At the University where William met Kate sign up for Rotaract by contact through this web site or Rotaract St Andrews Facebook page, to meet interesting, fun people.
more Members were joined at their fun BBQ by the President of the Rotaract Club of Parma, Italy, who presented a banner and a pin to Anastasiya. He was in St Andrews playing golf.
more St Andrews and Fife Community Orchestra organised by the University Music Centre in collaboration with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.
more Members are welcome to attend the Annual Ball of the two Rotary Clubs in St Andrews. Scores Hotel with meal and dancing
more Presentations by Diego, form Mexico, on Rotaract opportunities and Sophia on Rotaract in Germany.
more Welcome by President Tea
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