Clubs, by meeting day:

Monday (10) Tuesday (30) Wednesday (26) Thursday (23) Friday (1) Sunday (1)

Clubs meeting on Mondays

Aberdeen-St. Nicholas meet 12.30 for 13.00 at Beach Ballroom Beach Promenade Aberdeen AB24 5NR Tel: 01224 647647.

Note: On the last Tuesday of the month a meeting is generally held at 7.30pm check diary.

Aboyne & Upper Deeside meet 18.30 for 19.00 at LOCH KINORD HOTEL, Dinnet, Aberdeenshire AB34 5LW Tel:01339 885229 (between BALLATER and ABOYNE) every 2nd Monday of the month GLEN ADEN HOTEL, Church Square, Ballater, AB35 5NE every 4th Monday of the month Tel; 013397 55488 Tel: .
Anstruther meet 17.45 for 18.15 at The Rockies Restaurant, 2 Shore Road, Anstruther, KY10 3DZ Tel: 01333 313314.
Broughty Ferry meet 18.00 for 18.15 at Woodlands Hotel, 13 Panmure Terrace, Broughty Ferry, Dundee, DD5 2QL Tel: 01382 480033.

Note: No meeting on a local holiday Monday or Scottish Bank Holiday

Buckie meet 17.45 for 18.15 at Hospitality Suite Victoria Park Midmar Street Buckie AB56 1BH Tel: 01542 .

Note: Meals have to be pre-ordered. Please contact Club for menu choice

Huntly meet 18.00 for 18.30 at The Castle Hotel Huntly, AB54 4SH Tel: 01466 792696.
Kinross & District meet 18.15 for 18.30 at The Kirklands Hotel 20 High Street Kinross. KY13 8AN Tel: 01577 863313.

Note: Every 3rd Monday of month NO meeting - replaced with Breakfast meeting on 3rd Tuesday at 07.15 for 07.30

Laurencekirk & District meet 18.30 at Crown Hotel, High Street, Laurencekirk AB30 1BL Tel: 01561 377353.

Note: presently under lockdown meetings are via zoom

Moray meet 19:30 at Elgin Youth Cafe, Francis Place, Elgin, Moray IV30 1LQ IV30 1LQ Tel: .

Note: 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month only.

Oldmeldrum and District meet 18.30 for 18.45 at The Redgarth Hotel, Kirk Brae, Oldmeldrum AB51 0DJ Tel: 01651 872353.

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The Rotary Foundation: Rotary's own Charity

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