Our race night will be held on Friday 20th October 2017 at East Lothian Co-op Bowling Club, Ormiston Road, Tranent at 7pm (first race 7.30pm).
Tickets are priced £5.00 including a buffet and are on sale NOW.
The Diwali Bash: A fundraising event for Sikh Sanjog at the Thomas Morton Hall.
An evening of feasting, dancing and bollywood glamour with friends including Leith Rotarians
Food from the famous Punjabi Junction
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Dominion Cinema; Mon 23rd October 19.00 for a drinks reception (includes view of iron lung and talk with a polio survivor), screening 20.00; Tickets £25 (includes a drink and tub of Purple4Polio ice cream) from Benet Marcos at firstname.lastname@example.org more
Congratulations to Rotary eClub of Southern Scotland's Honorary Member Samantha Kinghorn on being voted Female Athlete of the Para Athletic World Championships in London.
Sammi took gold in the T53 100m to add to her 200m gold from earlier in the event, and she also claimed bronze in the 400m.
D1020 GSE team make headlines in Ohio
The D1020 GSE team visiting Ohio, were featured in local paper The Chronicle during ther stop in Elyria, Ohio. Led by PDG Andy Ireland and hosted by local Rotarians the team of young professionals are visiting their counterparts in the States to learn how their own professions, and people's lives, differ from those at home.
Elyria Rotarian George Costaras said the visit encourages peace and cultural exchange.
“To me this is internationalism. A big concept in Rotary is making friendship and peace one person at a time. Its big part of what Rotary is about,” he said. “This is our opportunity for our club, a small club, that doesn’t always know what to get involved in. As you can see from today, it just re-energizes us.”
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.
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