Rotary Club of Reading Maiden Erlegh Club Diary

Tuesday 2nd April

This evening we will be focusing on the Rotary Business aspects of our Club's activities.

Monday 8th April

The Association Annual Conference for 2019 will be held at the Motorpoint Arena, Mary Ann Street, Cardiff, CF10 2EQ on 8th/9th/10th April 2019.

Tuesday 9th April

Baiba Szynkiewicz is a Member of  the Rotary Club of Reading Matins who are supporting a charity called Tools for Self Reliance (  www.tfsr.org ).

Tools for Self Reliance is an international development charity located near Southampton which recycles and refu...

Tuesday 16th April

Tonight we will be enjoying our version of Room 101.

Tuesday 23rd April

Malcolm Phillips will be delivering a presentation to show us how we can become more Scam Alert.

Tuesday 30th April

An introduction to the rich culture, long history and astounding geography of this South American country, presented by Bolivian Mariana Swann.

Partners, Guests and Friends welcome.

Tuesday 7th May

This evening we will focus on Rotary Business topics related to the Club's activities.

Tuesday 14th May

This evening we are celebrating the 30th Anniversary of our Rotary Club's Charter, its achievements during that time, and the Founder Members who began our three decade journey of service to the community that will hopefully continue for many decades to come.

Tuesday 21st May

Paul Beard from Barnardo's presents the History and Activity up to the current date.

Tuesday 28th May

At this Meeting we will review our achievements for the Rotary Year 2018-19 and confirm the incoming Officers for Rotary Year 2019-20 that runs from 1-July19 to 30-June-20.

Tuesday 4th June

Fidelma Meehan is describing the work of Save the Children.

Tuesday 11th June

We have been, and still are, a long term supporter of Camp Mohawk (www.campmohawk.org.uk) which is a multi-functional day centre for children with special needs and their families, set in 5 acres of beautiful countryside, just outside Wargrave, Berkshire. Throughout the year the centre provides a range of activities, facilities and natural space to encourage children with a variety of special needs to play, socialise and learn in a secure and caring environment.

Tuesday 18th June

We are a sociable Club and this evening we will be taking time out to visit Stubbings near Maidenhead.

Tuesday 25th June

This evening we will see President Sarah Shears (2018/19)  handing over leadership to incoming President Pat Holloway (2019/20).

Because it is a significant event in our Rotary calendar we always invite spouses, partners and friends to share this evening with us.

As an added bonus we will also be hearing about the Plans for Rotary Year 2019/20 from incoming President Pat and his Council.