Rotary Club of Belfast

Thank You from ShelterBox

SBA02The Club collected outside Belfast City Hall Wednesday 01 November for ShelterBox and thank all passers by who contributed raising over £700. The Lord Mayor, who is an Honorary Member of the Rotary Club of Belfast came to see the ShelterBox and meet members and stayed for half an hour.

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Making New Dreams a Reality

Group1The Club were delighted to welcome to the Club meeting Monday 30 October guest speakers Hon. Member Dame Mary Peters and Gillian Heatherington, Executive Manager, The Mary Peters Trust which supports financially, advisory and medically with sporting injuries talented young NI sportsmen and women, able-bodied and disabled, from all recognised sports. They are pictured here with member Ken Nixon.

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World Polio Day 2017

endpolionow newWorld Polio Day 2017 was on Tuesday 24 October and the 5th annual World Polio Day event was co-hosted with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in Seattle, Washington, USA and streamed live from Gates Foundation headquarters, bringing together more than 100,000 viewers around the world. A video featuring global health experts and celebrities sharing Rotary progress on the road to polio eradication can be viewed here.

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Club visit the Belfast Activity Centre

P1090048President Rosemary led a group of members to the BAC - Belfast Activity Centre Monday 23 October. They spent a fascinating morning experiencing several activities including exploring the unique ‘above ground’ man-made caves and having a go at archery.

They came away amazed that such a comprehensive outdoor educational facility was on the doorstep and were very impressed that not only over 20,000 young people every year already make use of this excellent facility but also the emergency services use it for training purposes.

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Rotary Summer Camp 2017 Report

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The Club were delighted to welcome to the Club meeting Monday 23 October guest speaker Sarah Hand and her mother. An A-Level student at Victoria College, Belfast, Sarah gave an interesting talk on her experiences at the recent Rotary Summer Camp held at Karlshann, Sweden. Thanking Rotary for the wonderful opportunity, she indicated that this was the 20th anniversary of the Camp and that she had thoroughly enjoyed what was an action packed 10 days.

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The Joys of France

BelfastBeauneThe Club were delighted to welcome back former member and Past President Derek Forshaw with his son-in-law David Currie to the Club meeting Monday 02 October and he regaled the Club with his French experiences.

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Molly's Story

MollyComishThe Club congratulate and are pleased to support a Rotary Young Citizen Award 2017 winner Molly Comish (nominated by Bray Rotary Club, Co Wicklow) who having seen many homeless people living and sleeping on the streets of her hometown of Bray and in the wider area of Dublin in 2015 felt she had to help them. The 18-year-old came up with the idea of 'dignity packs' - packages of essential personal hygiene items such as toothbrushes, deodorants and warm hats – which she would distribute before Christmas 2016. Saving all her tips from her part-time job.

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Rotary Ireland Conference 2017

ConfFri20 members attended various aspects of the 2017 District Conference held 29-30 September in the La Mon Hotel and we were also delighted to have with us Global Scholar Sarah Markley. Photo shows some of the Club's Friday attendees. Delegates were treated to a varied programme of speakers over the 2 days superbly introduced by Mistress of Ceremonies, our own past member and now a member of Formby Rotary Club, Rtn Claire Savage. We were delighted to renew friendships with Dublin Club members at the dinner and fellowship evening on Friday night and at the Gala Ball.

Welcome Rotary Global Scholar 2017/18

SarahPresentsDistrictBanner 18.09.17The Club are delighted to welcome Sarah Markley, from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania who will be studying violence, terrorism and security. She presented President Rosemary with her District Banner on her 1st visit to the Club September 18. We look forward to seeing her at Club meetings and wish her a happy and successful year.

 

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