Hold this date 10 November 2017. Whisky Galore

Whisky tasting final with contact

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Middlesbrough Erimus Rotary Club members are looking forward with excitement to November 10th when they will be met by a traditional Scottish piper as they arrive for a very special evening sampling the very finest whiskies that the Scotch Malt Whisky Society can provide.

The evening will begin with a complimentary dram and be followed by a tutored tasting of 6 single cask, single malt whiskies. All will be drawn at cask strength from numbered casks and reflect a selection of the finest distilleries Scotland has produced. The evening will be accompanied by a Traditional Burns supper starting with Scotch Broth before a meal of Haggis, Neaps and Tatties. Whilst this is a new event for the club previous tastings at other venues lead us to anticipate a thoroughly superb evening for one and all.

if you are interested in joining this, not to be missed event, tickets are limited are priced at a modest £30.00 and are selling fast. Don’t delay or you will be disappointed!

Pease contact using enquiries@erimusrotary.org

Great Night Out

Members gathered at Mike and Shirley’s home for a “Rotary at Home” evening with fantastic food, drinks, great conversation and a really enjoyable night. Members pay a small charge and any extra after expenses goes to charity.

Christmas Float Plans

Members discussed the overhaul of the Christmas float ahead of our collections in the Marton and Acklam areas during December. Key requirements are the need to improve the Christmas Tree lighting , ensure adequate support each night and collections up to 2000 hrs. The static float to be used at Teesside Park requires discussion/ action by members and discussions with Teesside Park.

Council and Business meeting

On  Tuesday 19 October the club held its Council meeting and Business meeting at Middlesbrough Golf Club. The various committees reviewed progress on projects such as the Christmas charity float, main charity event  , membership and programme and fellowship. There are several interesting forthcoming events which can be viewed in our events diary.

Visit by District Governor (DG) Len Burns

Photo shows Len standing and President David Jackson

Len Gave a very up beat presentation on Rotary International which included the need to buy “gaudy” ties at the International Convention in the USA !! He is keen to develop PR and membership during his year as DG. Plenty of enthusiasm which should help drive membership up.