SCHOOL SPEAKERS NIGHT - 2016

Picture L-R: F Dickson, N Hamilton, Pres. Jane Allan, A Tweedie, C Graham & O Chambers

Picture L-R: F Dickson, N Hamilton, Pres. Jane Allan, A Tweedie, C Graham & O Chambers

Five pupils from Dalziel High School visited the Rotary Club of Motherwell and Wishaw to show off their public speaking skills. Kareen Lawrie, the Principal Teacher of English, introduced each of the five pupils.

 

First up was third year pupil Andrew Tweedie who spoke on his love of sports but more importantly on the quality of the rolls on sausage he ate after each game or race he participated in.

 

Next, was another third year pupil Nathan Hamilton who spoke of the perils of the video games on the Intranet.

 

Fraser Dickson gave a humours talk on Christmas starting earlier and earlier each year and suggested to the First Minister that Christmas should not start until after St. Andrews Day which received wide agreement from the members.

 

Fourth year pupil Orla Chambers spoke on the subject of Embarrassment and gave an account of the many instances where she had found herself in embarrassing situations.

 

The final pupil was Chris Graham from sixth year who spoke of the perils of Scottish Confectionary with adult population and he came with a number of novel ideas to help improve some of the problems.

 

Another evening of super entertainment from the young people of the area.

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As a Club, we sponsor the attendance of at least two young people on this fantastic award scheme

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The finished article

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Tablets, equipped with dementia friendly apps, are delivered to two nursing homes for the use of their residents

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Well dedicated to Past President John Chapman

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Interact Logo

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The members of the Rotary Club of Motherwell and Wishaw are delighted to welcome our newest recruit, David Crichton.

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The Rotary Club of Motherwell and Wishaw recognises the importance of building and maintaining close links with the youth of today, through the schools and youth organisations in our community

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The members of the Rotary Club of Motherwell and Wishaw are delighted to welcome another new member inducted online, David Grieve

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Picture L-R: F Dickson, N Hamilton, Pres. Jane Allan, A Tweedie, C Graham & O Chambers

Picture L-R: F Dickson, N Hamilton, Pres. Jane Allan, A Tweedie, C Graham & O Chambers

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Santa and Our Sleigh

On 15th and 22nd December, Santa, and some Rotarian helpers, toured Motherwell, then Wishaw, spreading Christmas Spirit and raising funds for various charities.

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The members of the Rotary Club of Motherwell and Wishaw are proud to recognise the outstanding service given by Past President Jim Robertson in his thirty-five years in our Club

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The Furniture for Families Project provides furniture and household items to families in need within our service areas - Motherwell, Wishaw, Bellshill and Larkhall.

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Pres. James with the participants

Golf tournament, for the Douglas Clementson Trophy, participating teams being from our local secondary schools to be held at Colville Park Golf Course

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The participating pupils

An annual event for primary schools in the Larkhall area being held for the first time by the Rotary Club of Motherwell and Wishaw (previously run by Clyde Valley Rotary Club)

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Jean Murray, our newest member

The members of the Rotary Club of Motherwell and Wishaw are delighted to welcome our second new member inducted online, Jean Murray.

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For a Registration Fee, members of the Club will support cyclists, riding to raise funds for named charities.

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End Polio Now

For more than 30 years, Rotary, and our partners, have been working to End Polio Now. We"™re this close to ending the disease forever. Join us!

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The members of the Rotary Club of Motherwell and Wishaw are proud to support the Rotary Club of Chelmer Bridge, in the 2019 Rotary Poppy Pin Appeal to raise funds for the Royal British Legion, including Poppy Scotland

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For the second year, the members of the Rotary Club of Motherwell and Wishaw welcome our new President, Charles Keeper, online!!

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'Spike' - Wishaw Games Logo

Members of the Club run the Indoor Bowling element of the Games

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The members of the Rotary Club of Motherwell and Wishaw welcome President Katrina in unusual circumstances!!

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