ROTARY JOINS IN THE LITTER-PICK

Sent to C & B News for consideration February 2022


On 6 February Rotary joined with other local organisations clearing litter in Roley’s Wood in Currie. It was a splendid co-operative effort involving several groups and the Rotary Club was delighted to participate in this community project. Pictured are (from the left) Moira Peterson (The Village Green), Susan Webber (MSP), Katie Geradot (Pentlands Environmental Network - PEN), Percy Farren (President, Currie Balerno Rotary Club), Emma Thompson (PEN) and Rotarian Don McLeod.

We welcomed the opportunity to demonstrate our commitment both to supporting the local community and to protecting the environment – a key area of focus for Rotary.

 The other  picture shows Rotarian Roy Stirrat hard at work. I’ve yet to ask him what he did with the traffic cones. He also collected a road sign, a plastic cricket bat and a shoe – just the one shoe. How did they make their way there? And did some-one hop home?



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