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New Mayfair Club Gets Charter

New Mayfair Club Gets Charter At the Imperial Hotel in Central London on Tuesday 16th May 2017, a large number of Rotarians from London Rotary Clubs assembled to celebrate the presentation of the Charter to the new Rotary Club of Mayfair, UK. DG Helen (pictured above) congratulated all the members of the District Team that had supported the embryo club over several years, and presented the Founder President of the Club, Christoph von Luttitz with the Charter Certificate. Each of the members of the new Club was presented with a "Founder Member" Rotary pin. Membership Chairman PDG David Palmer played an important part in the proceedings and it was the work of his team that kept the provisional Rotarians on track. Also thanked was the President Elect of the new Club, Andrey Kirikhin, who had done so much to build a sound structure for continuity and growth in the Club. As is often the way these days, several members of the Club were away on business on the evening - even as far away as Australia. But by coincidence the London Rotarians were joined by a Past District Governor John Campbell from Adelaide, South Australia who was visiting London and presented the new club with the Rotary Club of Adelaide Light's club banner - one of the first to be presented to the new Club. | Read more about New Mayfair Club Gets Charter | Added 1 month ago

Rotary in London Plants Marker

Rotary in London Plants Marker Many Rotarians came to Canon's Park, Stanmore in North West London to support District Governor Helen and Foundation Chairman Tom (see photo) at the Allium Planting Event aimed at claiming a Guinness World Record for Rotary for simultaneous planting. The main purposes of the event were to celebrate the Centenary of the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International, and to celebrate the excellent achievement of Rotary International in working towards the eradication of Polio in the world - just 5 cases so far this year. Behind the scenes, District Public Image Chairman Danielle was working hard, bringing in Civic Leaders and Members of Parliament (at least Members before the snap general election). The media were there in force too. We will have to wait and see if the Guinness World Records organisation ratifies our attempt. but it was a very well supported event by the public that brought out a large crowd for the actual planting, and to talk about the work of Rotary International. OPEN THIS POST AND CLICK HERE FOR THE VIDEO.... | Read more about Rotary in London Plants Marker | Added 2 months ago


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Thu 29 Jun 2017 18.30
Services and Executive - End of Term Party
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Sat 01 Jul 2017 18.00
RIBI Handover
Kent

Sun 02 Jul 2017 12.30
District Handover
Metropolitan Police Sports Club - BUSHEY

Tue 04 Jul 2017 18:30:00
DG Visit to RC Mill Hill
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Wed 05 Jul 2017 19:00:00
DG Visit to RC Tower Hamlets
RC Tower Hamlets

Thu 06 Jul 2017 18.30
District Services and Executive Committees
Michael Hodge

Mon 10 Jul 2017 18:45:00
DG Visit to RC Enfield
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