We meet here in Missenden Abbey on Monday evenings from 8.00pm
Rotarians help people in local communities and overseas and have a lot of fun doing so.
Rotary is NOT a lot of old men in smoke-filled rooms, with weird and secret rituals. Rotary is a dynamic organisation of business and professional men and women who make the time and effort to help the less fortunate and guide the young people of this world.
Rotarians meet regularly over a meal to plan events, listen to speakers on a variety of topics, report on activities, or just to enjoy each other’s company. Our motto is “Service Above Self” but, as well as helping people, we know how to have a good time, and social events are organised frequently, often including our partners.
Rotary has 1.2 million members in over 30,000 clubs in 163 countries and every Rotarian is welcomed in any one of those clubs when visiting on business or pleasure. Rotary is open to men and women, whatever their race, colour or religious belief, who want to make the world a better place.
Here you’ll find some details about the activities that we do in Rotary, particularly in Great Missenden, and tells you how to find out more by coming along to one of our meetings as a visitor. You will be made very welcome!
Great Missenden Rotarians planting crocus bulbs with the help of Students from The Misbourne School
Meetings take place at 8pm every Monday in Missenden Abbey, with members having a drink and a chat in the bar beforehand. The format of a typical meeting might be a meal, followed by an invited speaker, and ending with a few club business matters. Meetings usually finish by 10pm. We presently have about 30 members, men and women, covering a wide range of business and professions.
If you would like to come along to a meeting to see us in action, call one of the
contacts listed at the bottom of this page.
We welcome people who will commit some time and
energy to helping others, the kind of people who could:
plant bulbs to help others and raise awareness of Rotary.
collect tools for sending to villages in Africa.
act as question master for a Quiz Night.
collect for local charities outside Tesco at Christmas.
Just a few of the things
we’ve got involved in this year.
‘‘Service Above Self’’
CONTACTS FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Club President: Peter Westby, firstname.lastname@example.org
Club Secretary: Mike Rainford, email@example.com
Website Manager: Barbara Cann, firstname.lastname@example.org
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