The Rotary Club of comber - News Detail
At a recent meeting in McBrides, President Denis Boyd inducted three new members into the Rotary Club of Comber.
All three had attended an earlier information evening at the club where they learnt about the work of the world’s largest fellowship organisation, Rotary International, as it endeavours to do good in the world.
Rotarians will involve themselves in service projects like the health checks offered to members of the public at Comber Farmer’s Marker earlier this year, or run the Northern Ireland Young Musician Competition, which seeks to encourage aspiring young musicians to improve their performance skills in public.
Often however, the best way to help those less fortunate than ourselves is to raise money – like the Band concert in August which raised over £800 for each of two nominated charities, and in the previous Rotary year, the Comber Club raised over £9,000 which helped a range of charitable works including the eradication of polio programme “End Polio Now”.