THE ROTARY CLUB OF DALKEITH
John Mitchell, President 2018/19
Midlothian's oldest Rotary club is proud of service rendered since its formation on 18 October 1967. With roots reaching deep into the community, the Rotary Club of Dalkeith works closely with schools and other partner organisations to create opportunities for young people keen to excel in sport, the performing arts, and the realisation of leadership potential. Other age and social groupings enjoy support appropriate to their needs while the transfer of thousands of fund-raised pounds to Rotary International has been the club's answer to successive calls aimed at stamping out polio and offering hope to victims of natural disasters. Meantime, a busy schedule of talks, social events, and outside visits help sustain the founders' vision of a happy and progressive club fortified by fellowship and fun.
Visitors and guests are most welcome to join us at our meetings.
Meetings and events happening soon
Thursday 21st February 18.30
Gin Tasting at Eskbank Gin
Another opportunity to try a few local gins.
Monday 25th February 15.00
Wednesday 27th February 12.30
Lunch - Business Meeting. Reception: John Kelly.
Wednesday 6th March 12.30
Lunch - Speaker Alistair Macintosh, Rotary Membership, guest of Donald Marshall. Reception: Bob Christie
Thursday 7th March 19.00
Annual games night between The Rotary Club of Dalkeith and Dalkeith 41 Club. The clubs compete for the right to award a stuffed Owl to the losing Club.
Sunday 10th March 14.00
RIBI District 1020 Young Musician Final'
Winners of the various area finals come together at Heriot Watt University to compete for the District 1020 Trophy in Vocal and Instrumental catagories. The winners go on to compete in the Scotland and North of England final.
Wednesday 13th March 12.30
Lunch - Speaker Fiona Gilbert. Reception: Alison Thomson.
Wednesday 20th March 12.30
Lunch - Speaker Ian Drever. Reception: Tom Donaldson.
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Meetings & Venue
Where and when:
Laird and Dog Inn
5 High Street
Midlothian EH18 1NA 0131 663 9219