Club Events


Rotary Ireland Celebrates International Women's Day 2014

aD03 9014-2690In recognition of International Women's Day 2014 Rotary Ireland held a breakfast Friday 7 March attended by over 100 business and professional men and women Rotarians and guests.

The celebratory breakfast was held in Malone Golf Club and was one of 5 concurrent events held in Belfast, Dublin, London, Edinburgh and Cardiff organised by Rotary in Great Britain and Ireland, in partnership with UN Women. Reflecting the 2014 international Women's Day theme Equality for women is progress for all, the Belfast breakfast acknowledged the accomplishments of women in business, in their profession, personal lives, volunteering and those at home.

Charity Breakfast

TopTableGroup2-2685President Ken was delighted to welcome members and guests to the Charity Breakfast held on Tuesday 25 February at the Europa Hotel attended by Belfast Lord Mayor Honorary Member Councillor Máirtín Ó Muilleoir, Honorary Member Dame Mary Peters, 150 business men & women, Rotarians and guests; Chief Constable Matt Baggot was the keynote speaker.

Held in aid of Club Rotary Charities the breakfast was registered as part of the “World’s greatest meal in aid of End Polio Now” where Rotarians all over the world are making history by taking part this week, in honour of Rotary’s 109th anniversary, and donating the funds raised for the fight against Polio and thus hoping to eradicate it forever by 2018.

Fellowship and Fun

GC223 members and partners spent a most enjoyable Grub Club evening Thursday 06 February at the Parsons Nose in Hillsborough.

The good food and jovial fellowship was enjoyed by all. Many thanks to Doris and PE Ronnie for organising the event.

We are looking forward to the next venue and hope to see even more members and partners there.

Christmas Dinner 2013

DSC01134-2659The Club enjoyed a wonderful Christmas Dinner Meeting at the Ulster Reform Club Monday night 16 December. 

67 members and guests, this year with some Inner Wheel members present, enjoyed this splendid evening of warm fellowship. Following an excellent buffet dinner the 20 ballot prizes were drawn by VP Claire Savage and then PP Maurice Brooks, ably supported by Hon Treasurer Ivan McMinn, auctioned 5 lots:2 Antler suitcases, Single Malt Scotch Whiskey, Luxury Hastings Hamper and Meal for 2 with wine at the Ulster Reform Club.

Thanks to the generosity of those there, the evening raised an fabulous £700 which will be split between ShelterBox and SOSBus. More pictures can be seen in the Gallery below.


Celebrating with Dublin Club

TheGathering2-2604Dublin Bond-2638Monday 25 November 16 members and 3 partners visited the Dublin Club for their special Aston Martin 100th and James Bond 50th lunch.

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