Rotary Club of Belfast

Lunchtime Fellowship

Deanes April 1610 members, partners and friends spent a most enjoyable afternoon over a delicious lunch following the Ulster Hall Lunchtime Concert Friday 22 April. Our thanks to Doris Houston for organising it.

Fellowship in the Afternoon

Deanes April 1610 members, partners and friends spent a most enjoyable fellowship afternoon over a delicious lunch following the Ulster Hall Lunchtime Concert Friday 22 April.

Convivial Evening

Feb 16.0130 members and partners enjoyed an excellent and convivial fine dining evening at the Linen Lounge Restaurant at the Belfast Metropolitan College, Tuesday 09 February. The delicious 3 course meal perfectly cooked and beautifully presented and served ranged from pigeon, butternut squash risotto and soup of the day to guinea fowl, lamb and cod all finished off with a delightful selection of desserts and complimentary petits fours with tea and coffee. Organised by Manageress Sinead Scott it was prepared and served respectively by teams of 8 Level 3 VRQ Professional Cookery Chefs under Chef Lecturer Jacqui Quinn and 7 BTEC Hospitality Students.

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Christmas Dinner 2015

Dinner01Over 50 members and guests enjoyed another wonderful evening at the Club Christmas Dinner Meeting held in the Ulster Reform Club Monday night 14 December. President Ronnie and Elma welcomed all on arrival and before dinner, in particular, Inner Wheel Club of Belfast Joint President Rosie Clements (sadly Judy Hinds was ill and unable to be present), ADG Roland Bailie (personal guest of Janice Knowles) and Rotary Global Peace Scholar Kjelsie Hass. 

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District Conference 2015

Conf15.33 members and partners joined President Ronnie & Elma at the District Conference held 25-27 September 2015 at the Rochestown Park Hotel, Cork. It was a very sociable Conference and all enjoyed the times spent with Rotarians from Dublin and Donaghadee Clubs.

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