We welcome new members at MKGU.
If you’d like to find out more about joining us, contact Preston below or just come to a Rotary breakfast, meet us and have a chat.
Every Thursday we meet in the Mulberry Suite at the Open University from 7 am onwards, sit down to breakfast at 7.30am and finish at 8.30am prompt. Even when we have a speaker, we ensure that we finish on the dot to allow everyone to get on with the rest of Thursday.
There are many benefits of joining Rotary, including
· The opportunity to help others in our community and also help others around the world
· Build friendships with fellow members (and their families) at breakfast meetings, social activities and fund-raising events
· Hear a wide range of interesting speakers at Thursday breakfast meetings
· Join a worldwide charitable organisation (with 1.2 million members) and an open invitation to visit any other Rotary club in the world
We make a monthly charge of £11 (to cover an affiliation fee to Rotary International, a contribution to Rotary Foundation – our international charity and club running costs). On top is a charge of £8 for each breakfast meeting attended (this includes a full English breakfast).
For administrative ease this is collected by a monthly standing order of either £37 or £19 (the amount depends on whether you think you will be able to attend most meetings or more likely once a month). Every six months we adjust your payment to reflect your actual attendance, but no one pays more than £37 per month.
On top of that we each buy a £1 raffle ticket for the weekly raffle – the prize is supplied by the individual on Welcome Duty, which we take in turn.
So if you would like to start Thursday with a smile contact Preston Ayres on 07889 055599 or send him a message using the link below.
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Our President, Steve Bradley, was inaugurated at the Club Assembly Meeting on 4th June 2020, taking over from Chris Duff for a term of office of two years. Steve's chosen charity for this year is Emily's Star. Emily's Star - Home (emilysstar.co.uk)more
The Bursary Awards are made each year to students studying for careers in the public sector. This year's award of £300 each was made to students at MK University Hospital NHS Trust, Catherine Agunede, Shinta Francis & Rochelle Archer.more