Rotary Club of Belfast

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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Across the Boyne

01. AlllRotariansAndGuestsInFrontOfOldcourtHousePresident Ronnie with 17 members and 6 guests had an excellent joint meeting which was enjoyed by all Tuesday 01 September at the Boyne Interpretative Centre with President Donald Gordon and members of the Dublin Rotary Club.

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President's Day and Handover 2015

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President Ronnie concluded his year at his President's Day held 29 June at the Royal Belfast Golf Club. Always the highlight of the Club's year and this year's proved to continue that tradition being greatly enjoyed by all. 6 members played golf during the afternoon and 72 members and guests enjoyed chatting on the terrace and the newly refurbished bar areas.

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Grub Club goes to Graze

Graze Apr1522 members and partners thoroughly enjoyed an 'Grub Club' evening at Graze restaurant, Ballyhackamore, Wednesday 22 April. An excellent menu foretold a delicious 2 course meal savoured by all. Plenty of fellowship and chat completed this most successful evening. Our thanks to Eileen Kennedy for organising it.


Visit from the Rotary Club of Kingston April 2015

Dinner 3We enjoyed a fantastic fellowship visit over the RIBI Conference weekend 09-13 April 2015 with 11 new and renewed friends from Kingston Rotary Club. These, usually biennial, visits began 22 years ago when the daughter of one of our members moved to Kingston and are always ones to look forward to full of good times and friendship and, as ever, this one certainly was.

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