Induction dinner

Jun 23, 2020 | Our News

The club held its Induction dinner on line for the first time. The meeting was attended by almost the whole club – what a new way of doing things! Congratulations to outgoing President, Ginny Reed, on a very busy, very effective year, and congratulations to incoming President, Dave Howard. With his enthusiasm and innovative ideas, he will be the best possible choice to lead our club in this “Rotary Opens Opportunities” year.

Congratulations also go to Dave as our Rotarian of the Year, and to Charlotte Wormald and Louis Hattingh who were recognised as our newest PHFs.

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