The Rotary Club of Wickford was proud in induct Pauline Mills into the Club recently. Pauline, who is very well known in the Town, and is involved in the Light Up Wickford movement which erects the Christmas Lights each year in the High Street, has been attending the Club as a visitor for some months now, and during that time decided that she really wanted to make the commitment which is associated with becoming a full time member.
Pauline, who works as a nurse at St Luke's Hospice, was welcomed by the current members of the Club at her indiction at a recent meeting, and was accompanied her husband Nick, soon to become a Friend of the Club. The induction was only marred by President Jack dropping her Rotary badge on the floor, not once but twice!
Welcome aboard Pauline!
If you are interested in knowing more about what is involved in getting involved with the Rotary Club of Wickford, just get in touch and we'll invite you along to a meeting.
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