Rotary Club of Cowes - 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.
SAIL-OVER, the Royal Yacht Squadron
Open to ALL Rotarians on & off the Island. Bring your boat or RIB to the RYS Yacht Haven, have lunch in the Royal Yacht Squadron, listen to a Guest Speaker, and help raise funds for Cowes Sailability. Contact John Hamardetails
ROTARY CHRISTMAS SHOE BOX APPEAL
The 2014 Appeal saw Cowes Club collect a record 410 Shoe boxes.details
Visit from La Rochelle Rotary Club May 2016
Our French twinned club Visited in May for a long weekend of fellowship and fundetails
COWES WEEK 2016
Despite the fire in Medina Village earlier this year, destroying all our equipment, with the help of our junior Interact club we raised nearly Â£1000 for worthy causes and provided much enjoyment during the week.details
THE BAND AIDS ROTARY & RAISES Â£800
Cowes Rotary Club and the IW Youth Concert Band joined forces to stage a special charity concert.details
ONE SCHOOL WINS ALL
With illness forcing last minute cancellations, this year's Island wide event, which took place at Medina Theatre on the 3rd February, saw 4 teams competing to win their heats and represent their schools or colleges in the District competition held on thedetails
SERVING THE COMMUNITY
Cowes Rotary Club was first formed in the 1920's, the Club was closed during the Second World War and was not restarted until 1965. Now it is a thriving body with Members of both sexes and has much to offer the community of Cowes. Visitors are assured of a warm welcome.
The Club is twinned with the Rotary Club of La Rochelle, France with whom there is a lively programme of mutual visits.
If you would like to know more contact the Secretary on 01983 297472 or email@example.com
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