LUNCH MEETING

Tue, May 16th 2023 at 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

VENUE: HPGC
SPEAKER: TERRY MAGUIRE, BUSINESS FOR YOUTH, WA12 IN CRISIS-Update
FELLOWSHIP STEWARDS: BOB THOMSON + BRIAN WOODWARD


Today's speaker was Terry Maguire, local businessman, independent councillor for Earlestown, St Helens and founder of Business for Youth and more latterly, WA12 in Crisis.

He gave a brief update on both Business for Youth and WA12 in Crisis and the rationale as to why this latter organisation had been set up. (There are more details on our Working with the Community section on this website).

Terry, by Rotary standards, is firmly in the category PEOPLE OF ACTION and the activities that were done before, during and after the pandemic, has provided both vital support to the community and citizenship to the young people of our borough.

The club will continue to support both these organisations.

At the end of the meeting Terry congratulated the club on receiving the Mayor's recognition award for service in the community.

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The following plan was presented at Club assembly for our support to International projects this Rotary year

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This is a new group formed during the last Rotary year. Its remit is to look at how we move the club forward and recruit a more diverse membership

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The following plan was put to our club assembly for working with the community.

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Each month Rotary will have a monthly theme and our club will try to get involved in projects that embrace these themes.

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The Youth Service Team will be involved in the following initiatives as agreed at our club assembly.

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The following plan has been agreed at assembly to involve and support our local community..

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Providing Rotary Service to International Communities. The following programme has been agreed at club assembly.

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The following proposals were put to club assembly on July 4 by Youth Services chair, Les Clancy.

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The Executive Committee has presented its plans for the coming year. The role of the executive is to oversee the service functions of the club.

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With the club back to normal following the pandemic years we have been able to support a number of organisations this year.

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