Rotary Club of Perth Kinnoull
Club 1777 - District 1010
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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.
We meet every Tuesday at 6pm in the Royal George Hotel on Tay Street in Perth at which guests and visiting Rotarians are most duly welcome.
Tuesday 5th July saw the chains of office being handed from immediate Past President Brian Johnston to 2022 President of the Rotary Club of Perth Kinnoull, Steve Fairlie. Also pictured is Vice President Gillian Marsh, who was nominated for winning the Fellowship Quaich.
Ahead of our 2022 AGM on 26th April, we had a picture taken of our club members.
From front row to back row, left to right, are
Chris Kirk, Bob Riddell, Brian Johnston, Colin Moreland, Douglas Sinclair, Bob Thomson, Steve Blackett, Bob Abernethy, Ian E.Brown, Frank Muirden, Ian Stevenson, John Steven, Ron McClelland, Iain Brown, Brian Raine, Gillian Marsh, Willie Monks, John Cormack, Steve Fairlie, Bill Smith, Ken Thompson.
Not pictured are Eddie Anderson, George Delgaty, Kevin Fearn, Bob Gray, Bob Reid and Michael Thomson.
Rotary Wheel at Charlotte Gate
Monday 16th August 2021
Club member Steve Fairlie was driving home from work and spotted George Delgaty tending to the floral wheel at the western entrance to Perth at Charlotte Gate. Couldn't resist stopping to take a picture of George hard at work. Well done George.
Building Planters at The Neuk (home of the Lighthouse for Perth, Andy's Man Club, Womens Welfare Centre et.al.)
Sunday 25th July 2021
Rotarians Bob Riddell. Chris Kirk, Steve Fairlie and very ably assisted by Steve's son Adam and Robin Louden from Andy's Man Club spent their Sunday building several wooden planters for the users of the facilities at The Neuk to enjoy. Pictured is a small planter (with legs cut to fit the uneven ground!) and Chris Kirk & Adam Fairlie.
Members of the Club helping out at The Lighthouse for Perth
May 5th 2021
Assistance for Young Sportsmen.
The Rotary Club of Perth Kinnoull recently presented their “Sportsaid” grant of £500 to local young sportsperson Rory McGuir. Pictured with Rory McGuire is Brian Johnston & Chris Kirk, vice president and president respectively and we wish local lad Rory all the very best in future competitions.
Helping Starter Packs 9th October 2020
First delivery by Ken Thompson and Colin Moreland
President's Dinner 13 March 2020
Rear (L - R): President Ian E Brown; Gordon Hay, President, Rotary Club of Perth; The Very Reverend Dr James Simpson; Robert Macduff-Duncan, President Rotary Club of Perth St Johns.
Front: Mrs Catherine Brown; Mrs Dorothy MacCloy, President, Inner Wheel Club of Perth; Mrs Helen Simpson.
Assistance for Young Sportsmen.
Young sports stars Aaron King (Cyclist) and Alexander English (Tennis player) received cheques to help with their considerable expenses for this coming year. More here.
Past Presidents' Dinner 30th January 2020
(L - R) - Bob Reid, Gillian Marsh, Steve Blackett, Mike Graham, Donald McDonald, Ian E Brown, Colin Moreland, Frank Muirden, Bob Abernethy and Douglas Sinclair.
November's £1000 Winner
This month's £1000 winner in our Charity Lottery Calendar draw is Mike Moir of Scone. Mike, who produces the Scone Village Association's bi-monthly "DESTINY" magazine was delighted with his win and is pictured (centre) with President Ian and Bob Riddell who sold the calendar.
Mike was easily persuaded to buy a copy of the 2020 calendar!
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.