Sue’s appointment as President marks an important milestone for the Wimborne Club as she is the first woman President which the club has had in the 65 years since it’s foundation in 1950.
Sue outlined her plans for the coming year to members and expressed the hope that, “the Club will continue to go from strength to strength and continue to attract new members.
“But most of all I want it to be a productive and fun year for the members”, she added.
Five women are members of Wimborne Rotary which welcomes men and women of all ages and backgrounds to join and to help the Club in its endeavours.
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Wimborne Rotary in partnership with private donors and together with a grant from East Dorset District Councillors David Morgan and David Parker has provided a defibrillator for public use in an emergency.more
The annual President's night dinner was held on 12th May 2016 at the Lord Bute Hotel near Christchurch. Entertainment was provided by two of the country's top young musicians playing recorder and violin to an amazing standard.more
At a special lunchtime handover meeting at the end of June, Sue Young became President of Wimborne Rotary Club, succeeding outgoing President Alan Griffiths. In August Sue, was on-air at Forest FM Radio - hear the interview...more