Welcome to The Rotary eClub of Southern Scotland

The Rotary with a difference. Rotary eClubs are Rotary clubs that meet online.

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Forth Coming Events!

Tuesday, 7th March. @ 7PM (Note this is a Tuesday not our usual Wednesday online speaker evening)

RotaryGBI President Eve Conway is the next ‘big name’ to take time out to talk to the eClub of Southern Scotland on Tuesday, 7th March.
Fresh from her visit to India for an End Polio Immunisation Day and an on-line ‘meet the President’ on 27th February (when she will will field questions about Rotary in these islands) Eve will talk candidly about her Rotary experience to the Club and its guests. There will also be an opportunity for questions from Rotarians. eClubs are nowhere, but everywhere and this unique form of communication makes exclusive chats like this possible. We will be welcoming individuals and whole clubs to join in the Zoom meeting, but places are, as always, limited. To book your place click HERE

Assist @ RotaKids Rally Livingston

Marie Curie Collection Various Collection Areas.

RNLB Collection Waverley Station Edinburgh

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