Club President Sarah Field receives the Charter from District Governor Laurie Cunningham
the fun begins....
First official Club photo
Sarah with proud father
DG Laurie congratulates the new President
Sarah with Charter
President Sarah receives the Charter from DG Laurie
Sarah gives her vision for the new Oxford Rotaract Club
Sarah Field receives cheque from sponsoring club Oxford Spires President Elect Naomi Barnes
Assistant Governor, David Pope, welcomes Oxford Rotaract into Maroon Zone
Founder Members Tanguy Fautre (Centre)and Richard Gray(right)
Naomi Barnes, Alex Bleiker and Karen Eveleigh
Philip Bobby (District Membership chairman)
Sarah Field, Peter Forbes President Elect Oxford Isis and Tanguy Fautre
Caroline Warren, Founder Member and Vice President Oxford Rotaract (right) with friends
Founder Member Joanna Hollis
Alex Bleiker and Sarah Field, Founder Members of Oxford Rotaract
Karen Eveleigh and Naomi Barnes (sponsoring club of Oxford Spires)
District Governor Laurie Cunningham, Oxford Rotaract Club President Sarah Field, President Elect Oxford Spires Naomi Barnes, Assistant Governor (Maroon zone) David Pope
Photos of the Charter Evening of Oxford Rotaract Club
A new Rotaract Club for Oxford!
Oxford Rotaract Club received its charter from DG Laurie Cunningham on 19 November at Wolfson College. The club was sponsored by The Rotary Club of Oxford Spires and the evening was well supported by Rotarians from all of the Oxford and Abingdon Clubs.
Photos courtesy of David Holmes, Oxford Isis Rotary Club
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