Rotary Club of Belfast

President's Day 2018

01.pres day03. EveningSunPresident Rosemary concluded her year at her President’s Dinner held 25 June at the Royal Belfast Golf Club. Always a highlight of the Club's year and this year's relaxed and convivial evening was again greatly enjoyed by the 60 members and guests.

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Adventures In Beaune

IMG 6689Led by Past President Maurice & Hilly, Past Presidents Brian & Rosie Clements, Craig & Orla McClelland, Campbell & Gaile Morton and John & Hester O’Carroll left Dublin for Lyon airport Wednesday 06 June and that is when their 5 day wonderful adventure began!

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Splendid Club BBQ at President Rosemary's

01.IMG 072724.IMG 070821.IMG 0705Over 40 members, family and friends spent a splendid afternoon Sunday 03 June in glorious sunshine at the Club BBQ at President Rosemary’s house with its amazing vistas of rolling countryside and the Belfast hills. Welcoming all President Rosemary thanked everyone for coming, PP Brian & Rosie Clements, Doris Houston and David & Jenny Boyd.

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Charity Golf Day 2018

IMG 0654A highly successful Charity Golf Day was held at the Belvoir Park Golf Club Tuesday 22 May. A good day was enjoyed by all in glorious sunshine on a beautifully manicured course - though some seem to prefer the more natural areas! In the sun drenched Clubhouse golf and ballot prizes were presented by President Rosemary.

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The Silver Line Charity Lunch

04.IMG 0481.202.IMG 0557President Rosemary welcomed all especially Guest Speaker Dame Esther Rantzen, The Silver Line CEO Sophie Andrews OBE and District Governor Roland Bailie to the special Fundraising Lunch which was attended by over 140.

In a highly entertaining and frequently anecdotal address Dame Esther detailed how The Silver Line began, its importance and how it operates.

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