Rotary: - Making a Difference
Read about 2017-18 RI President Ian Riseley's presidential theme
The Rotary Club of Washington Forge welcomes the new Rotary year 2017-18.
Rotary International President Ian H.S. Riseley has chosen Rotary: Making a Difference as his theme for the year declaring that in 2017-18 we will answer the question “What is Rotary?” with the theme Rotary: Making a Difference. However each of us chooses to serve, we do it because we know our service makes a difference in the lives of others.
Whether we are building a new playground, planting trees, looking after our environment, or running a swimathon to support good causes, we know that the work we do will change people’s lives — in ways large and small — for the better. Whatever motivation each of us had for joining Rotary, it is the satisfaction we find in Rotary that causes us to remain, the satisfaction of knowing that week by week, year by year, we are part of Rotary: Making a Difference
Social at The Ship
Early August and the club members ended a busy Rotary week by meeting for a relaxed social night outdetails
President Ron Monaghan celebrated his year. The venue was the Chilton Country Pub & Hotel, Fencehousesdetails
Durham Indoor Games Night
Fun & games organised by The Rotary Club of Durham Bede. Venue - the Durham Indoor Bowls Centre.details
Joint Presidents Night
Joint Presidents Night for The Rotary Clubs of Birtley and Washington Forgedetails
Joint Presidents Night 2014
The Rotary Clubs of Washington, Washington Forge and Birtley held their joint Presidents Night at The George Washington Hotel, Washingtondetails
Memorial Paul Harris Fellow Award - Sid Fearon
Memorial Paul Harris Fellow Award for Rtn Sid Fearondetails