To many people, Rotary means just one thing – the annual Christmas street collection in their neighbourhood. But it’s not just that and Rotary clubs like the Rotary Club of Plympton offer much much more, they say.
It has recently been proven that for those who are retired, remaining active helps keep you healthy – both in body and mind. For those a bit younger, especially those with a social conscience, what better way to help others either abroad or on your own doorstep than to do so with like-minded people? Rotary offers the opportunity for both.
If you believe in helping others who are less fortunate than yourself, enjoy informal networking with like-minded business and professional people and would like to join a friendly local club that meets regularly; where firm friendships are formed and where its members work together to provide these opportunities why not come along to an open morning the Plympton Rotary club are holding on Saturday 18th March.
Find out more about the club and Rotary in general by joining them for coffee on this date at 10.45am at Boringdon Park Golf Club, Plympton. If you’re interested in going along, please contact their Membership Chair, Penny, on firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday 15th March.
If you like what you see, or cannot make the coffee morning, you would be welcome at any of their meetings. They meet at the golf club every Thursday evening at 6.30pm – details can be found on the club website or Facebook page. All they ask is that you contact their secretary in advance at email@example.com
By joining our club, you will become a member of Rotary International – one of the oldest and largest service organisations in the world. Rotary International is a global network of service volunteers, operating in 166 countries worldwide to improve the quality of life in their own communities and beyond their community borders.
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