Arbroath Rotary Club is proud to announce our two Citizens of the Year.


At the Club Meeting on Thursday the 23rd March, Morag McKenzie received the Citizen of the Year Award for her long service and assistance she has given to the Arbroath Pipe Band and Dionne Geddes was presented with the Young Citizen of the Year Award for her excellent fund raising activities which have supported the RNLI and Relay for Life to name but a few of her recipient charities.



The awards were presented by Kerri Price HR Manager at local company Journeycall, the principal sponsor of the Citizen of the Year Awards and Mike Phillips, the President of Rotaract.




L-R Dionne Geddes, Morag McKenzie, Kerri Price (Journeycall), Harry Simpson (President Rotary Club of Arbroath), Mike Phillips (President Rotaract Club of Arbroath)



Arbroath Rotary Club gratefully acknowledge the support of Journeycall for this Project

                 



 



The COGRI (Children of God Relief Insititute) Nyumbani Charity currently provides a primary and secondary school for children in the area as well as a state-of-the-art HIV screening laboratory which helps to keep the children free of AIDS.


Our Club Secretary Alison Stedman has been involved with Nyumbani for many years and has successfully brought £000's to this very deserving Project.

You can find out more about the Nyumbani charity and it's activities by clicking on this link;


 www.nyumbaniscotland.org.uk 



So now to business ....Welcome to the website of the Rotary Club of Arbroath, based in the historic Scottish east coast fishing port 17 miles north of Dundee.

Our thirty eight members are always delighted to welcome visiting Rotarians and we hope that if you're travelling to or in Scotland, you'll join the Club's Members in fellowship at one of our weekly meetings.

The town is home to the world famous smokie (smoked haddock) and was the setting for the signing of the Declaration of Scottish Independence in the presence of King Robert the Bruce in 1320. The ruins of Arbroath Abbey, where the signing took place, still dominate the town's skyline. The club meets every Thursday in the Meadowbank Inn, just outside Arbroath, at 5.30 for 6pm - see Meeting Information to the right of this text!

If you need to make contact with our club, or are interested in joining Rotary and would like to know more about what Arbroath Rotary Club get up to then an email to our secretary should work just fine; secretary@arbroath.rotary1010.org

Our Chartered Rotaract Club is on Facebook at;

https://en-gb.facebook.com/ArbroathRotaract?ref=stream&hc_location=timeline

Please check out what our young Rotaractors have been up to!!!

Thank you for visiting our Club's website, I hope you find it interesting.

Tony Simpson

Webmaster, Rotary Club of Arbroath, April 2017

The Rotary Club of Arbroath is a Registered Charity, number SCO37945


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Bus passes at the ready for a trip North ....and an opportunity for fine fellowship and a good "dram". Tony Treger has more details.

Meeting Information...

The Meadowbank Inn, 
Montrose Road, 
Arbroath, We meet on Thursdays at 17.30 for 18.00 The Meadowbank Inn,
Montrose Road,
Arbroath, DD11 5RA tel: 01241 875755

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