Rotary Club of Belfast

Club Assembly 2022

PE Steven Costello 13.06.22President Elect Steven Costello presented his plans for the new Rotary year 2022/23 at the Club Assembly held by zoom Monday 13 June. Noting it was a great honour to serve as President of the Club, he congratulated President Ken for serving for 2 years and steering the Club so well through the challenges of Covid. Heralding 2022/23 would be an exciting year with Rotary International’s first Lady President with her theme imagine what Rotary and the Club can do for the world and the local community. He highlighted that the Club would maintain its current focus locally on youth and the community and, internationally, through support for ShelterBox, Lendwithcare and the Rotary Foundation’s programmes especially the campaign to end Polio. PE Steven will also take on the role of Rotary Ireland Assistant Governor for the next three years.

AG Kevin OHara 13.06.22The Club were delighted to welcome to the Assembly Rotary Ireland Assistant Governor Kevin O'Hara who thanked for the opportunity to attend. He passed on the congratulations from District to President Ken on the way he has successfully led the Club through 2 difficult years and passed on good wishes to PE Steven noting that his 2 new roles - President and AG - actually greatly complement each other. Highlighting the excellent successes of the Club, he urged members to continue with "more of the same".

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