Rotary on the rise

THE Rotary Club of Lindisfarne is going from strength to strength with six new members inducted at a recent meeting.

Club president Mike Patten said due to strong interest in joining the club, they were working on chartering a new breakfast club – the Rotary Club of Clarence Sunrise – for those members who found early morning meetings more convenient.

“We are also delighted to have recruited some younger members,” he said.

“I think it demonstrates the growing recognition that Rotary International is a great vehicle for service for those who want to contribute to their local and global community.

“While everyone is welcome to join Rotary, to be inducted any new member must pledge their commitment to the guiding principles of the organisation – service, friendship, diversity, integrity and leadership.”

The Rotary Club of Lindisfarne meets at 6.30pm for a 7pm start on the first and third Wednesday of each month at the Beltana Bowls Club.

Caption: From left, Rotary Club of Lindisfarne president Mike Patten with inducted members Louisa Marmion, Melissa Barry, Tahlia Siddall, Rajcharan Singh, Joshua Pitt, Edward Laing, and District Governor Michael Cooke.

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