The Rotary York Ainsty story - Rotary Club of York Ainsty.
Rotary Club of Barnsley, UK, Barnsley. 793 likes. We pride ourselves on having fun, enjoying fellowship whilst helping international, national and local good causes. We meet every Tuesday at 6pm.
Our weekly lunch meetings and all Greenwich Rotary Club functions are suspended until further notice. We are hosting virtual lunch meetings every Wednesday at 12 pm. May 20th - Upcoming Rotary Virtual Lunch. Our club will virtually meet again this Wednesday May 20th at 12:00 pm, an online invite with the link to the virtual meeting will be sent out to all members. We're excited to have a guest.
Over 50 rotarians from Farnborough Rotary enjoyed a weekend away in York. Here is a brief report from rotarian Graham Thomas “A great, successful and well organised weekend with Farnborough Rotary members, partners wives and friends. Roy Sharpe did us proud as usual. Very comfortable new coach ride to York via Castle Howard. Excellent accomodation at the hotel and good food and service.
RotaKids club started by Borderland Rotary Club Borderland Rotary Club set up a new RotaKids club at Gobowen Primary School Oswestry. The Club was Chartered by Rotary District Governor Beryl Cotton on 22nd June 2018 with her in the photograph are Sherie Soper President of Borderland Rotary Club and Harry Richardson Community Chair plus all the student members of the new club.
This morning, the York Maine Rotary Club met in the Cellar Pub at York Harbor Inn. Unfortunately, it's not the best layout for photo taking! Our speaker was Margo Walsh, who is the founder of Maine Works. Maine Works is a program that helps people exiting recovery programs or jail sentences, and provides them with tools to help them become successfully employed. Maine Works takes the people.
The event was made possible thanks to the generous support and sponsorship of the Institute of Physics, The York Vikings Rotary Club and local industry. St Peter’s School Physics Olympics 2008. This was the second time that we had staged this competition for year 8 pupils and I am pleased to be able to report that again it was a great success. The number of schools entering teams went up.
The esteemed event, hosted by York Rotary Club, is in its seventeenth year and is a staple of the York summer calendar. Taking place on the River Ouse, crews of 16 paddlers and one drummer raced 250 metres down the course against two other teams in three heats across the day. The aptly named United Response Rapids took part, supported by funding from The Clothworkers’ Foundation Small Sparks.