More about our Club/ Rona Sailing Project
Once again the Club has sponsored children to have a life-changing sailing experience
In May 2015 the Club sponsored two deaf youngsters from a local School to have a sea sailing experience.
Both boys, aged 16, went on Rona Sailing Project’s 72ft sailing yacht 'Donald Searle', had a fabulous time and came home exhilarated and exhausted.
The Rona Sailing Project has been running sailing voyages for deaf and hard of hearing adults since 1996. These provide the opportunity to experience life on board a sailing yacht with a group of people that have never met before. During their time on board they learn what it’s like to live on a sailing yacht; from cooking and cleaning through to sailing and helming (steering) both day and night. On board to help run the yacht are the Skipper and Afterguard who are experienced in running such voyages.
Garden High Project Proposal
Irving Lomon is asking members to give consideration to this proposal detailed belowdetails
This area contains a library of RIBI documents including the Club Constitution. Note that if you open the document 'RIBI Constitutional documents - final April 2012' the actual Club constitution starts on page 33.details
Ode to Dave
For all those who think there might be just too many Daves in the Marlow Thames Clubdetails
A Member's View
'When I was new, I had this view'.......A personal impression of Rotary written by David Hughes in 2011 after 12 months of membershipdetails
Some of the organisations which have benefitted from Cookham Regatta, Santa's Fun Run and directly from Marlow Thames Rotary Clubdetails