This week commencing 26th June, 2014 our programme is geared around looking to the new Rotary Year 2014/15. In our Members Forum President Elect Sinead sets out her hopes for our programme as we help to Light Up Rotary.

Hear what our new Rotary International President Gary’s message is for the year as he is attending another eClub’s 2410 meeting, his message is for all Rotarians, but it is good to see him involved in eRotary.


President Sinead opens her Assembly with these words:

“I am really looking forward to my year as President and I’d like to thank the club members for giving me the honour of this office. Janice Mason has been a fantastic President – committed, passionate and hard working. I will endeavour to follow in her footsteps with the help of Mary Nettle, our President Elect. One of my greatest challenges springs from living in Ireland – I won’t be able to attend social events and District Meetings. This year is truly going to be a test of our club and the principle of virtual membership!”

We look forward to help Light Up Rotary and encourage more people in our communities to know more about Rotary and join in through our menu of opportunities, please also visit our News Update to see what we’ve achieved already.

Light Up Rotary

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One thought on “Click 4 Action eRotary – Assembly

  1. Anne Collard says:

    Dear Sinead,
    congratulations !
    Will we be seeing you on Sunday at the DG Handover ? Janice mentioned the eRotary President Handover will also be taking place at the same time – Sunday 28 June , lunch time ?..
    Anyway, just to say how marvellous Janice has been all this while and how nice it will be with you as. President as well.
    Am with the Rotary Club of Cheltenham . Joined last November (My son Richard’s suggestion ! He lives in Malaysia)
    Bye for now.

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