The Rotary Club of Carluke is pleased to be the first Rotary Club to be awarded with The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service, the MBE for volunteer groups
The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service is the voluntary sector equivalent of an MBE.
It is awarded annually to voluntary groups to recognise and reward their outstanding achievement in helping others in the community.
This prestigious UK National Honour recognises outstanding voluntary contributions and sets the national benchmark for excellence in volunteering, with the work of those awarded being judged to be of the highest standard
President Gordon McCallum 2017/18 accepts the chain of office from outgoing President Jim Speirs
President 2017-18: Gordon McCallum
Secretary Jim Reid 01698 791011
To commemorate the end of WW1 this photo shows the Millenium stone donated and erected by Carluke Rotary in Market Square Gardens.
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Rotary Club of Carluke, a vibrant and socially active Rotary club is looking to increase its numbers by seeking like-minded people with a 'can do attitude', to participate in a range of activities for deserving causes. Do you want to be part of an exciting group who give back to the community, Network and Socialise? Then come along to our weekly meeting any Monday from 6.00pm at The Cartland Bridge Hotel, Glasgow Road, Lanark ML11 9UF
Did you know that
the Rotary Club of Carluke
has been helping the Local community
Supporting National and International causes
And raising funds for Disaster Areas
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