ROTARY CLUB OF BANGOR NEWS

Patrick Cregg is President-Elect for Bangor Rotary

Patrick Cregg is President-Elect for Bangor Rotary

Patrick Cregg MBE, Director of the Woodland Trust, has been handed his chain of office as President-Elect from Bangor Rotary President, Ian Wilson. Patrick will take over from Ian as President from July 1 2019.

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Star Singers raise the roof at Bangor Rotary

Star Singers raise the roof at Bangor Rotary

Bangor’s Star Singers performed at the Bangor Rotary Club to help chase away those January blues. Led by conductor Ken Perry the choir shared a varied programme of toe-tappers and well-known pieces. Rotarian Margaret Francey is a member

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President Bill attends Mercy Ships Christmas event

President Bill attends Mercy Ships Christmas event

President Bill Aiken represented the Rotary Club of Bangor and the District Governor when he undertook a reading at a recent Carol Service on behalf of the Mercy Ships.

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FEATURES OF GENERAL INTEREST

Monica Robertson, District Governor of Rotary Ireland visits Bangor

Monica Robertson, District Governor of Rotary Ireland visits Bangor

Monica Robertson the 101st District Governor of Rotary Ireland believes that Rotary can “Be The Inspiration”. She told Bangor Rotary; “The cumulative effect of humanitarian work is limitless.  It not only gives to the people in need, but it can bring you so much personally and professionally.” This is the basis upon which today’s Rotary […]

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Jim Gamble QPM speaks at Bangor Rotary Charity Breakfast 2018

Jim Gamble QPM speaks at Bangor Rotary Charity Breakfast 2018

Around 200 of North Down’s leading business men and women supported the Bangor Rotary Club Charity Breakfast held at the Clandeboye Lodge Hotel. Proceeds from the event will support the work of the MS Society and Progressive Supranuclear Palsy along with Rotary Foundation. The Guest of Honour was Clr Richard Smart, May of Ards and North […]

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Bangor Rotary celebrates winning Mutual Understanding Award

Bangor Rotary celebrates winning Mutual Understanding Award

The photograph shows Bangor Rotary President, Bill Aiken, (left) with last year’s President, James O’Fee, holding the annual Mutual Understanding Award, first presented by Rotary Ireland in 1993. The inscribed silver salver is given to the Irish club judged to have organised the best Mutual Understanding Event between Rotary Clubs.     In this case, it refers to the ‘Know […]

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