Saint-Brieuc 90th Celebration (27 April 2019)

Saint-Brieuc celebrate their 90th Charter Night




St Brieuc celebrated their 90th Charter Night in conjunction with the celebration of 50 years of twinning with the Rotary Club of St Ives, Cornwall. 

It started with a fairly formal dinner on Saturday the 27th April and continued the next day with an indoor picnic in the sprawling home of the Vice President.

Truly a wonderful event with Rotary Presidents from many of the surrounding clubs and the regional  Governor present.

The Gong, which the parenting RCG presented to their club on its inauguration, was on proud display.

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