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  • Cookery Class Christmas Dinner

    kitchen-club-xmas-2012-001-smallkitchen-club-xmas-2012-006-smallkitchen-club-xmas-2012-002-small1kitchen-club-xmas-2012-003-smallThe multitalented members of the Rotary Club of Lisburn,with their leader and Master Chef John Whyte, prepared and cooked a gourmet meal for their partners, to celebrate the completion of the 2011 course.

    Also enjoying the good food were President Dale and Louise and after dinner President Dale entertained us with a very funny video which we would hope to publish on this site soon.

    A full set of photos available on the Gallery

  • Fellowship Lunch at Angelo’s Restorante

    angelos-lunch-2011-006-smallangelos-lunch-2011-001-smallOn Sunday 4th December a large group of Rotarians and their partners and other friends were treated to a wonderful lunch at Angelos Restaurant in Lisburn.This was a fund raising event organised by 2nd VP Philip and his fund raising committee.

    Funds raised were used to fund the day out for kids at Walt Dysney on Ice at the Odyssey and also for general club funds

    Angelo was once again an excellent host .He was  ably assisted by Melody who welcomed us with drinks.A great days fellowship and good food was enjoyed by all and once again the Club is very grateful to Angelo and his staff for looking after us so well.

    A full set of photos s available on the Gallery

  • Winner of Youth Leadership Competition

    youth-leadership-winner-007Mary Kurian winner of the Rotary Club of Lisburn Youth Leadership Competition 2011 is presented with diploma by President Dale and Henry McNally organiser of the competition

    From Dubai to Kerala (India), to Lisburn. This was the path taken by Mary Kurian and her family in search of a better life and the chance for her mother to enhance her nursing skills.Her first contact with the Rotary Club of Lisburn was during the course of last year’s collection in support of Polio Plus through the Tree of Life at Tesco’s. Mother and daughter were aware of the traditional description of the condition as Infantile Paralysis affecting many children in their native India. They visited Tesco’s several  times and were impressed by the commitment and knowledge displayed by the Club representatives whose task it was to collect money. But most of all they were impressed by the willingness of the club members to give up their time for such a worthy cause for people so  far away.

    When information in the Rotary Youth Leadership was dispalyed on the school 6th form notice board in September, she willingly sought the support of the school for her entry. She was a very worth winner of the schools final for the Lisburn district and an excellent representative of the Club