Club 1777 - District 1010
Welcome to our Club
We are based in the ancient Scottish capital of Perth. History is perhaps neither our raison d'être nor strength but it does provide us with a sense of belonging. We feel that we are a part of Perth and we support many activities within the city and the local area. In true Scottish tradition, some of these activities embrace the world.
Young Artists' Competition 2019
The Young Artist Awards were presented at the opening of the Perthshire Art Association's Annual exhibition on 7th November at the Perth Museum and Art Gallery. The event was well supported by Perth Kinnoull rotarians. (More)
The Battle of Dupplin Moor
Bob Hands, on right, who visited us on Tue 29th October, pictured with Vice President Chris Kirk who he has known for many years. He described in detail the build-up and the action in the Battle of Dupplin Moor in 1332 with a most interesting illustrated presentation which prompted many questions from those present. Past President Gillian Marsh proposed the vote of thanks.
SCATTER WEEK 2019
Scatter week visit to Auchterarder Club
On 24 October Douglas Sinclair and Frank Muirden, armed with calendars, visited the Rotary Club of Auchterarder who met in the local golf club. As expected they received a warm welcome from the Senior Vice-President Dot White and members who total 21 in number. Two members from the Crieff Club joined them at the top table as they too were on a scatter week visit.
Douglas is well known to the Auchterarder membership resulting in 13 calendar sales – good result. The new Chief Executive of Perth & Kinross was scheduled to give a talk that evening but called off due to business commitments resulting in a most interesting talk on the South American Country of Columbia delivered by club member Stewart Combe .
Photograph (left to right) shows George Penny (Crieff) Douglas Sinclair, Senior President Dot White (Auchterarder), Frank Muirden and Frank Strang (Crieff). By way of interest the latter’s wife previously struck gold by winning £1,000 in our lottery calendar draw.
Submitted by Frank Muirden.
STAR (Siblings Reunited)
Karen Morrison who visited the Rotary Club of Perth Kinnoull in May this year, returned on 1st October to collect a cheque for £1,500 on behalf of STAR (Siblings Reunited) from Gillian Marsh, last year’s President.
STAR reunites Brothers and Sisters separated in the care system, through adoption or Kinship care by providing the opportunity for quality and regular Sibling contact. Run from its unique farmland setting it provides a safe, fun and exhilarating learning environment where children can foster emotional bonds and help overcome the trauma associated with being separated from their siblings in a natural, calming and fun environment.
Stephen Leckie (centre) is accompanied by President Ian and host for the evening, Brian Raine. More here.
Hospital Radio's John Watson (centre) pictured with President Ian E Brown and host for the evening Rotarian Kevin Hayes.
Lt Col Andy Middlemiss on right, with his brother Paul and host Rotarian Brian Raine. The map shows the town of Arnhem and the landing areas and drop zones used during the ill-fated battle for the bridges over the Lower Rhine in September 1944. More here.
4-CLUB GOLF CHAMPIONS
Chris receiving his trophy from Malcolm Cordwell-Smith, co-organiser of the 2019 Scottish Rotary Fly Fishing Championship. More.
2019 RYLA participants Finlay Mortimer and Katie Grant pictured with Youth Convenor Steve Fairlie (right) and President Ian E Brown. More.
Suzanne Milne collects a cheque for £500 to assist Attica Human Support, a charity she supports in Lesbos.
Tricia Robertson, Sales Manager at Perth Racecourse, with President Ian and her host John Cormack
Jon Kidd and Wilson Kerr talked of their involvement with Letham Community Football Club. Click here
Swimmer Scott McLay has sent a message to the club from South Korea where he has been competing in the world championships. Click here for an update.
WE WON AGAIN!
Ian Stevenson (4th from right), briefs the team captains prior to the inter-club Bowling Match on 14th August
Suzanne Milne, 2nd left, talked about her work in the refugee camps in Lesbos.
President Ian E Brown sells a new calendar to Provost Dennis Melloy
President Ian Brown (right) has welcomed Chris Kirk to his position as Senior Vice President in the presence of ex-President Gillian Marsh.
Community Service Convenor Brian Johnston and Kids Out Organiser Ken Thompson at the Kids Out adventure on Tuesday
The care team from the Robert Douglas Memorial Home who won first prize for dress at the Go4Gold event at the Bell's Sports Centre.
Founder members of the club are pictured on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of its formation. (Left to right) Douglas Sinclair, Ian Stevenson, Eddie Anderson, Bob Reid, Iain Brown, Brian Raine. Michael Thomson, another co-founder, was unable to attend the evening.
We meet every Tuesday evening in the Royal George Hotel on Tay Street at 6.15 pm. Visiting Rotarians are always very welcome. If you are in town, do come along and enjoy our fellowship.
The programme of forthcoming meetings can be viewed here.