For a Registration Fee, members of the Club will support cyclists, riding to raise funds for named charities.
Participants in the Callander Cycle Challenge "“ 2016 raised over Â£27,600 for various excellent causes.
Your day will start at 8.00am with a bacon roll followed by a four ball field gun start round of golf at 9.00am. Once the 18 holes have been played you will be invited to an inclusive lunch with the chance to bid for some "˜money can"™t buy"™ events. more
MSP John Lamont praised the work of Rotary districts across Scotland in delivering projects to improve their local area and beyond, in a motion to the Scottish Parliament on 29th March.
In particular he praised the work of the Rotary District 1020 and he said this was an opportunity to celebrate the work of all the Rotary Clubs in the country.
International Development Minister Alasdair Allan also said it gave him great pleasure to welcome Rotarians to the gallery. Mr Allan praised the work Rotarians do to help save lives around the world.
Mr Lamont congratulated Rotary District 1020 on being awarded two out of 12 Rotary Champions of Change awards in 2016 for humanitarian service. (Click here for a reminder)
The Tory MSP says that the Rotary Club of Galashiels has recently delivered 15 analogue breast screening lorries to India, in partnership with Indian Rotaries and led by local Rotarians, Patricia Paterson and Peter Croan.
Melrose 7s 2017
For the second year in a row, Rotary in Great Britain & Ireland
was a sponsor of the Melrose 7s, the oldest rugby 7s competition in the
There were pitchside Rotary banners, and all match officials had the
Rotary logo on their shirts. The Rotary marquee was a focal point to
publicise our work, and with four hours live coverage on BBC2 this gave
Rotary a massive publicity boost.
Melrose being in our district, a number of 1020 Rotarians from the
borders and beyond helped on the day, which was deemed a great success,
for both Rotary and rugby.
The District Foundation Centenary project, in conjunction with the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scotland, was launched in February with a residential weekend at Carronvale House for disadvantaged youngsters as part of their DoE.
You can read more about it by going to the Duke of Edinburgh's Award section of the "What we do" menu above and clicking the link on the right, or click here to go straight to the page.
Lanark wins inter-district curling
Congratulations to The Rotary Club of Lanark Curling Team as they win the Garside Curling League again.
The Garside League is a curling league for the West of Scotland Rotary area which has been held annually since 1955.
Clubs from Rotary Districts 1230 and 1020 competed in an A and B league format with games played in a variety of ice rinks including Braehead, Hamilton, East Kilbride and Greenside.
The Rotary Foundation, charitable arm of Rotary, has been named the 2016 Outstanding Foundation by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP).
“While almost everyone is familiar with Rotary, not everyone may realise just how much an impact Rotary and the Rotary Foundation have had on countless people and communities across the globe,” said interim AFP President and CEO Jason Lee in a press release.
Rotary Young Citizen winner and Honorary Member of The Rotary Eclub of Southern Scotland
Sammi Kinghorn smashed the European T53 800 metres record to reach her third final of the Rio Paralympics last year.
Sammi finished sixth in the final. She was twice blocked in between
300 metres and 500 metres and had come wide in the closing stages.
Sammi also reached the 100 metres final on the opening day of
competition, where she finished fifth, and the 400 metres, where she
finished sixth but was later disqualified for a lane infringement.
The picture shows Sammi and Peter, her Rotary Polio Bear, up Sugarloaf Mountain in Rio.
Flood Relief Fund aids local communities
Thanks to donations by Rotarians and Rotary Clubs across Scotland, funds
were collected to help communities affected by the unprecedented
flooding at the turn of last year.
Find out how some of the funds have been used by Rotary Clubs to help their communites get back to normal.
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