Rotary Club of Belfast

The Great Light

Pres and Speaker2PP Gordon Millington kindly spoke Monday 30 April to the Club about the Great Light recently installed as the latest tourist attraction in the Titanic Quarter.

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Crocus Bulbs in Bloom

Harmony2The 500 Purple4Polio crocus bulbs given to Harmony Community Trust last autumn have bloomed. They were planted all around the fence of the sensory garden at the front of the property and have been gratefully enjoyed by all.  

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City Cemetery Revealed

TomHartleyPresentationTom Hartley, former Lord Mayor (2008), gave an excellent and most interesting presentation to the Club Monday 23 April on the History of the Belfast City Cemetery which will be 150 years old next year.

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Visitor from Milan

VincienzoReceivesBannerPresident Rosemary was delighted to welcome to the Club Monday 23 April Rotarian Saitta Vincenzo Salanitri, from Parchi Alto Club, Milan, and presented him with a banner.

 

Visitors from the USA

JohnCampoPresRosemarySarahMarkleySarahCHPresident Rosemary was delighted to welcome to the Club Monday 16 April Rotarian visitors from the USA Sara Crosby-Hartman (far right),  who is a Past President of the Rotary Club of Scottsdale, Arizona and John Campo, Marco Island Sunrise Morning Club, Florida who presented a banner as well as Rotary Global Scholar attached to the Club Sarah Markley from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania who spoke to the Club about her experiences in Northern Ireland during her time here.

 

My time in NI

SarahsPresentation16.04.18Speaker Sarah Markley reported to the Club, in a well received address, on her experience in NI. She reminded that she was studying for an MA in Violence Terrorism and Security at QUB as a Global Scholar and comes from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She thanked Rotary and the Club for the support and gave District 7280 pins to members.

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YouthActionNI News

YANI VoteYouthAction NI has been shortlisted for an Ulster Bank Skills and Opportunities Fund grant for their Skills for Success project.

One of 6 projects shortlisted in NI the winner will be chosen by public vote so they are looking for support to help them help young people by voting for the project online here.

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Paul Harris Fellowship Awarded

PHFTeddy 09.04.18The Rotary Club of Belfast has awarded a Paul Harris Fellowship to
long-standing member Teddy Elliott (far right)

This prestigious award is Rotary's highest honour for individuals who have demonstrated exemplary humanitarian service, with an emphasis on personal efforts and active involvement in helping others.

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TABU Week 2018

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The TABU party have safely returned and the 6 exceptional students are particularly appreciative of the high level of hospitality afforded by the Highland Park/Highwood Rotarians and host families. Group Leader Chris Warnock is particularly honoured to return with the City of Highland Park Proclamation by the Mayor, Nancy Rotering, declaring March 28 –April 06 2018 as TABU Week. It was presented to him by Ghida Neukirch, City Manager and President Elect Highland Park/Highwood Rotary Club at their Club meeting.

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Membership of the Club is an incredibly rewarding and enjoyable experience and we are actively looking for new people to invite to join and breathe new vibrancy and ideas into the Club and take Rotary into its second century in Belfast.

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