Luncheon (Handover)

Wed, Jun 29th 2022 at 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

The changing of the guard...

Well the time has been reached when we formally hand over the reins!

I was very pleased to have met John on Sunday during his short visit to the island and he sends his very best wishes to the Club. It gave me the opportunity of achieving a handover with him and it was my great pleasure today to pass the President Elect medal to Andy, who then handed his President Nominee medal to Simon. A great succession plan for the Club and I am looking forward very much to working together.

I am honoured to be taking the President role in this our Centenary year and will take pride in working with Council and the entire membership as we commemorate, celebrate and enjoy our special milestone year.

The weather looks fair for our afternoon tea on Sunday and hope that I will see many of you there.

Thanks to Jerry for the photos. Looks like Simon is being strangled!!

All the best

Wednesday 29 June

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The Rotary Club of Guernsey would like to extend our grateful thanks to those Companies, Partnerships, Firms & Individuals whose support is so essential.


Community Services makes a difference to our Community.


International Services main role is too improve our contacts outside the Island.


The regular influx of new members to our club is absolutely vital to our long term future.


Toasting Rotary clubs from around the world!


The Inner Wheel Club of Guernsey


The Centenary Year of the Club is now with us and plans have been made for a year of commemoration, celebration and raising the awareness of Rotary within the community.


Now and again it is a pleasure to record awards given to individual members of the Rotary Club of Guernsey for services to the Club and the wider community.