2016 Newsletters

Club Newsletters for 2016


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Valerie with President Bruce

Carnegie Newsletter 6th Dec: Farewell to Valerie

more Farewell to Valerie our intern student from France.

Carnegie Newsletter 13th Dec: Business & Social Evening

more Carnegie Newsletter 13th Dec: Business & Social Evening

Carnegie Newsletter 20th Dec: Interact Christmas Quiz

more Carnegie Newsletter 20th Dec: Interact Christmas Quiz

Carnegie Newsletter 22nd Nov: Special General Meeting

more Special General Meeting on accounts and office bearers

We welcome Bill as a new member

Carnegie Newsletter 8th Nov: The Centenary of The Rotary Foundation

more Janet Lowe on The Centenary of The Rotary Foundation

Cruise Forth

Carnegie Newsletter 1st Nov: CRUISE FORTH

more Cruising Forth - Peter Wilson

End Polio Now

Carnegie Newsletter 25th Oct: END POLIO NOW

more End Polio Now Update: Donald Stewart

CLEAR Buckhaven

Carnegie Newsletter 18th Oct: CLEAR

more President Bruce told us about CLEAR (Community Led Environmental Action for Regeneration) in Buckhaven,

Fashion Show

Carnegie Newsletter 10th Oct: Business Meeting

more Business Meeting on the upcoming Fashion Show

DG Roddy Duncan with new members Elaine O

Carnegie Newsletter 30th Aug: DG Visit, New Members, Paul Harris Awards

more Visit by District Governor Roddy Duncan: 30th August 2016

We discussed our upcoming fund raising activities, especially
the Fashion Show and took forward actions to secure raffle prizes and sponsors for the programme

Carnegie Newsletter 16th Aug: Fund Raising

more We discussed our upcoming fund raising activities, especially the Fashion Show and took forward actions to secure raffle prizes and sponsors for the programme.

The Growing Space is part of a diverse Environmental Regeneration charity called CLEAR (www.clearfife.org.uk) and boasts 56 different types of Scottish Apple tree, various fruit trees and soft fruits, a polytunnel and recycled pallet furniture

Carnegie Newsletter 9th Aug: What makes us tick!

more Members shared background information about ourselves and our hopes, aspirations and passions. We agreed this was really worthwhile and will be repeated so all can participate.

Cpt David Seath Memorial Fund is part of the charity Help for Heroes, which provides support for members of the armed forces, who are wounded, sick or disabled. So far, an amazing £250,000 has been raised.

Carnegie Newsletter 2nd Aug: Cpt David Seath Memorial Fund

more Libby came to tell us about the Captain David Seath Memorial Fund, set up in memory of her son. The Fund is part of the charity Help for Heroes, which provides support for members of the armed forces, who are wounded, sick or disabled.

We welcomed Jim and Moira Feenan, with Charlie Watt from Fighting Chance. Also joining us were Jenny and Elaine.

Carnegie Newsletter 26th July: Fighting Chance

more We welcomed Jim and Moira Feenan,with Charlie Watt from Fighting Chance.

Rotary celebrates the Centenary of Foundation, it's own charity, this year 2016-2017

Carnegie Newsletter 19th July: Business Meeting

more Meeting on 12th & 19th July to discuss Fashion Show & Interact

Iain Mitchell QC

Carnegie Newsletter 5th July: Iain Mitchell QC

more Iain Mitchell QC - my work with the Council for Bars and Law Societies of Europe

Rotary Ride setting off from Limekilns

Carnegie Newsletter 21st June: Club Assembly

more We welcomed Assistant Governor Anne Mitchell. Incoming President Bruce presented plans for activities and events for the next Rotary year,

RotaryRide 2016

Carnegie Newsletter 14th June: Planning for next Rotary Year

more Planning for next Rotary Year (July 2016"”June 2017)

Young Chef Competition: S1 & S2 competitors at St Columba's High School

Carnegie Newsletter 31st May: Business Meeting

more Planning for Fashion Show

Megan Jack with her parents and Rotarian Donald Stewart

Carnegie Newsletter 24th May: Euroscola

more Megan Jack talks about her Euroscola experience

Carnegie Newsletter 17th May: AGM and Business Meeting

more AGM and Business Meeting

Fife Provost Jim Leishman with Carnegie President David Robertson

Carnegie Newsletter 10th May: Provost Jim Leishman

more Fife Provost Jim Leishman

David & Helen Lyth

Carnegie Newsletter 26th April: Update on Uganda

more David and Helen Lyth: Update on Uganda

Paul Bassett

Carnegie Newsletter 12th April: Sir Edward Elgar

more Paul Bassett on Composer Sir Edward Elgar. Paul is Chair of the Scottish Branch of the Elgar Society and a respected authority on the composer

Heather Stuart with Rotarian Alison McCormack

Carnegie Newsletter 15th March: Fife Cultural Trust

more Heather Stuart - Fife Cultural trust

Photo of Club Secretary Anne Sloan with Dougray Scott! Dougray opened an exhibition at Gordon Highlander museum as his Grandfather was a Gordon Highlander. Anne

Carnegie Newsletter 8th March: Business Meeting

more Business Meeting to discuss Events & Activities

District Governor Mike Halley pictured with Carnegie President David Robertson

Carnegie Newsletter 1st March: DG Visit

more Visit from DG Mike Halley

Janet & Libby with Fife Provost Jim Leishman at our recent Swimarathon

Carnegie Newsletter 23rd Feb: Pitreavie Primary School

more Beverley Banks and Kelly Dowling: Pitreavie Primary School

A Carnegie Library: The first Carnegie libraries date from the 1890s. Dunfermline was, of course, the first. The second was the Victoria Library in Grangemouth.

Carnegie Newsletter 9th Feb: Sharon McCall

more Sharron McColl - Andrew Carnegie and Scottish Libraries A Building Legacy

Iain Taylor (member of VTT team) with Jim Slater (past member of VTT team)

Carnegie Newsletter 2nd Feb: Iain Taylor - VTT to Ghana

more Iain Taylor - Vocational Training Team visit to Ghana

Dunfermline's Royal Tombs

Carnegie Newsletter 19th Jan: Sheila Pitcairn

more Dunfermline's Royal Tombs - Sheila Pitcairn

Christmas photoshoot is over - next up is the Easter Bunny photoshoot.

Carnegie Newsletter 5th Jan: Sharon McColl

more Sharon McColl Dunfermline Speakers Club. Our Santa Photos in Tesco were a success and raised over £460 which will go to the Salvation Army. There was good feedback from happy customers and some good publicity.

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