Rotary Club of Belfast

ShelterBox City Hall Collection

SBA0229 people were involved with the ShelterBox Appeal outside Belfast City Hall 06 November either erecting or dismantling the tent, or collecting, or all three, at least once during the day which raised over £700. President Rosemary thanks all for the sterling effort and notes that it is wonderful to see so many Rotarians involved.

The day raised Rotary's profile in the city and comments of passers-by were interested, inquisitive and dismissive but the Rotary Club of Belfast was shown to be what it is, a caring and enthusiastic international organisation.

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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.

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Outstanding Concert

Rowel Friers ConcertPresident Rosemary PP Maurice & Hilary Brooks and Trevor & Elizabeth Dickey enjoyed an outstanding evening at the Rowel Elisio Friers concert Friday 01 September  at Anna’s House, Lisbane, Comber. President Rosemary advises that it was a superb evening and a privilege to hear this charming young man who received standing ovations for his programme which included amongst others: Polonaise No 1 by Chopin, Fly me to the moon and the Pathetique Sonata 1st Movement by Beethoven.

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Hillsborough Garden Visit

IMG 6610Several members of the Club had a most enjoyable visit to the award winning garden of Old Barrack House, Hillsborough on a special Club Open morning Friday 30 June. On a lovely, if chilly, morning they had a talk on the history of the house and its restoration before exploring the gardens.

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President's Day and Handover 2017

01.TablesGeneralPresident Ivan concluded his year at his President's Dinner held 26 June at the Royal Belfast Golf Club. Always the highlight of the Club's year and this year's extremely convivial evening proved to continue that tradition being greatly enjoyed by the 63 members and guests. After drinks in the bar areas President Ivan welcomed all especially District Governor Elect Garth & Anne Arnold, President Belfast West Rotary Club Des & Jayne McFall President Elect Rosemary's daughter Karen Mbayo and District Assistant Governor Roland Bailie.

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