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  • Rotary Club Water Station at Lisburn 10k run

    img_7374img_7371img_7374img_7385The Rotary Club of Lisburn members set up and manned a water station for the Lisburn 10K run. it was a very warm evening on Thursday 19th June and the plentiful supplies of water supplied by the Rotary Club members were greatly appreciated by all the runners especially our own Past Presidents Dale Orr and Sandra McCabe who were competing in the run.

  • St Andrews Golf 2014

    img_0354img_0345img_0320img_0327The Rotary Club of Lisburn was represented by  a much smaller than usual number of entrants for the annual RIBI Golf at St Andrews.Liam McCartney a regular and a previous member of the Irish international team had two excellent qualifying rounds and Captained the international team to come runners up.Patrick Coyle another regular was joined by Alan Moore making his first visit, to make up the group.

    A presentation of a painting of the Swilkin Bridge by Colin Suckling  a painter of some renown and a Club Member, was presented to the St Andrews Club as a memento for all the years Lisburn Rotary members had been gracing the event with their golfing skill.Liam McCartney made the presentation assisted by Colin who had come across for the social end to the event

  • Abseil in aid of project Ciara

    dsc_2131dsc_2154dsc_2159dsc_2167Past President Dale Orr organised a group of brave  friends to take part in an abseil from the roof of the Europa Hotel in order to raise funds for project Ciara.The brave group met on the roof of the Europa on Sunday 7th June and were given instructions on the technique of abseiling. They were supported by other Rotarians who kept their feet firmly on the ground. Dale was joined by his daughter Rachael, son Daniel and courageous friends – next time we’ll see more Rotarians up there!

    Funds raised by sponsorship totaling nearly £900 will be channeled into project Ciara to provide a pipeline of fresh water to villages in Kenya.