Rotary Club of Crieff - welcome! Please scroll/swipe down through this page to find out more about us, in addition to the pages linked in the menu, top-left.
Debbie Mathew inaugural talk (at the Deil's Cauldron in Comrie)
Note change of venue for tonight. Debbie became the Club's first full lady member for just over seven years when she was inducted last October. Tonight in Comrie she will tell us a bit more about herself.details
Linda Russell Linda is a former teacher at Crieff High School who recently graduated for the Royal Botanic Garden (Edinburgh) Professional Diploma in Botanical Illustration (now completed to Distinction level) and will talk about her recent achievements.details
Welcome to Crieff Rotary Club's website.
As one of the 86 Clubs in Rotary District 1010 - North Scotland, http://www.rotary1010.co.uk we are actively involved in local, regional and international projects. We offer organisations physical and financial assistance - whichever is most needed and deemed appropriate. On many occasions we will offer both if we can.
Our members are committed to our local area and help and support many groups and organisations in our own community.
As a club we hope to use our skills and expertise to make a difference in our community by being TRUE in all that we do; being FAIR to everyone we deal with; offering GOODWILL and FRIENDSHIP and making sure that our actions are BENEFICIAL for everyone involved.
Thank you for taking time to look at our site, why not click on some of the links on the left and find out more about our club.
To find out more about Crieff go to: http://www.perthshire-scotland.co.uk/crieff2.htm
Meetings and events happening soon
Tuesday 27th February 18.15
Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo
The first tattoo took place in 1950 and there were eight items in the show. Since then, this annual three-week programme has expanded considerably, as will be explained tonight.
Tuesday 6th March 18.15
Live performances in remote communities
Hans Petri from the Rotary Club of Skye is a retired TV producer who is determined to enable those living in smaller communities enjoy live performances of orchestras, ballet, opera, etc. through live streaming to local village or church halls.
Tuesday 13th March 18.15
Beetling over to Ireland (& similar journeys)
Colin Stewart from the Rotary Club of Blairgowrie
Now a staid and sober member of Rotary International, Colin led a rather exciting life just over thirty years ago and tonight will confess all!
Tuesday 20th March 18.15
Monthly (at Yann's)
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