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Super-Rotaractor Conference in London

Super-Rotaractor Conference in London The Rotaract Clubs in London joined with Clubs from Kent, from Germany and Italy for their second Annual Conference at Kings College London on 14 May 2016. The event was opened by District Governor Nominee Mike Hodge (above), as our Governor and Governor Elect were tied up with duties at RIBI, and the programme got under way. With talks on Leadership, Community Action, Public Speaking, Food Cycle - the answer to food waste, there was a full day for the members. In the afternoon, we had a talk on personal motivation from the World Record Holder for running a Marathon with 100lb backpack! Add to that, specific training for the Club Officers, and it was going to be a full day. Not daunted, the Rotaractors found time to embark on a Service Project in the Strand, in Central London, with groups having a Super-Rotaractor wearing a specially designed cape undertaking random #Rotaractsofkindness. Finally, we had awards, and the Rotarian of the Year Award was won by Assistant Governor... | Read more about Super-Rotaractor Conference in London | Added 1 month ago

Happy 90th Birthday Ma'am

Happy 90th Birthday Ma'am Rotarians from all over London were invited by the Worshipful the Mayor of the London Borough of Harrow, Councillor Krishna Suresh, to assist in crowd marshalling duties at two Beacon Lighting Ceremonies on Thursday 21 April 2016, celebrating the 90th Birthday of Her Majesty the Queen.           The first lighting ceremony took place at Old Redding, Harrow Weald, close to the former home of W S Gilbert, of Gilbert and Sullivan fame. The second lighting took place outside the Civic Centre Building in the centre of Harrow. There was a strong turnout from the Rotary Clubs of - in alphabetical order - Edgware & Stanmore, Hendon. Harrow, Northwick Park and Southgate. There was also support from Rotaract, the organisation for 18-30 year olds that works on Rotary Club lines. Once their marshalling duties were complete, the Rotarians and Rotaractors were invited in the Mayor's Parlour for refreshments.... | Read more about Happy 90th Birthday Ma'am | Added 2 months ago

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District Governor's Calendar

Sun 26 Jun 2016 6pm onwards
District Services and Executive Meetings
Mike Stonham

Wed 29 Jun 2016 18:30
Rotary Club of Barking Handover (HA)
The Cranleigh Hotel RM12 6LX

Sat 02 Jul 2016 18.30 - 23.00
RIBI Handover from Peter Davey to Eve Conway
The Dixie Queen Paddle Steamer (R. Thames)

Sun 03 Jul 2016 12.30
District Handover Lunch
Watford Hilton WD25 8HA

Mon 04 Jul 2016 18:00
Official Visit by DG Helen
RC Barnet

Tue 05 Jul 2016 19:00
Official Visit by DG Helen
RC Mill Hill

Thu 07 Jul 2016 18.30
District Services and Executive Committees
Helen Antoniou

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Super-Rotaractor Conference in London

Fri 22 Apr 2016 15:26
Happy 90th Birthday Ma'am

Fri 22 Apr 2016 15:12
Supporting London's Air Ambulance

Fri 11 Mar 2016 09:04
Southgate 90 years young!

Mon 29 Feb 2016 11:41
Feeling on top of the world

Tue 09 Feb 2016 13:14
Salmon is a Winning Recipe

Thu 04 Feb 2016 09:22
Robert Hunter Remembered

Wed 03 Feb 2016 16:51
Polio Conference Gets 5-Stars

Fri 29 Jan 2016 10:50
Burns Night Supper in London

Wed 20 Jan 2016 16:18
A New Rotaract Club in London

Wed 23 Dec 2015 09:14
Christmas Parcels Delivery

Fri 04 Dec 2015 10:57
4th Impact Thanks Rotary

Wed 25 Nov 2015 11:39
Foundation Appreciation Dinner and Photos

Thu 19 Nov 2015 20:26
Parliament Week Debates at York Gate

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