Rotarians mark International Day

A tree planting ceremony took place in Ashludie Park, Monifieth on Wednesday afernoon tocommerate World Rotary Day. This day is recognised by more than 1.2 million members of rotary all over the world. It marks the founding of the organisation in 1905 and had become one of the largest humanitarian driving forces in the world.The rotary club of Monifieth and District organised and sponsored the tree planting as its contribution to World Rotary Day. Pictured helping plant the six trees are Angus provost Ruth Leslie Melville and Monifieth rotary president Mike Leonard with rotary members and councillors looking on.
A tree planting ceremony took place in Ashludie Park, Monifieth on Wednesday afernoon tocommerate World Rotary Day. This day is recognised by more than 1.2 million members of rotary all over the world. It marks the founding of the organisation in 1905 and had become one of the largest humanitarian driving forces in the world.The rotary club of Monifieth and District organised and sponsored the tree planting as its contribution to World Rotary Day. Pictured helping plant the six trees are Angus provost Ruth Leslie Melville and Monifieth rotary president Mike Leonard with rotary members and councillors looking on.

LAST Wednesday was a busy day for Monifieth Rotary Club.

In the afternoon they celebrated Rotary International Day by planting six walnut trees in Ashludie Park and their weekly meeting, held in Grange Golf Club took the form of the annual quiz night with almost 100 member and guest contestants.

Bill McKenzie was the quizmaster and the winning team was ‘Harry’s Band’. President Mike Leonard officiated at both events. Pictured helping plant the trees are Angus Provost Ruth Leslie Melville and Mr Leonard with Rotary Club members and Angus Councillors looking on.