An Australian Visit

Being a member of Rotary means you get to meet people all around the world


Club member Margaret (in the blue top) with Rotarians in Sydney, Australia! All she had to do - while she was visiting relatives out there - was ring them up and say “I’m a Rotarian”. And as you can see they welcomed her with open arms. Meals and sightseeing tours often follow. The joys of being in a truly international organisation.

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