We are delighted to have been nominated in the I Love Clarkston Community Awards as a Clarkston Community Champion!
Stephen Malloy received his nomination (made by members of the public) as a result of the work carried out by Eastwood Rotary within the East Renfrewshire area.
The Facebook page entry which advised us we had been nominated!
Being nominated is reward enough for us... and terrific publicity for the club. The winner will be announced at a special awards dinner on Friday 1st March.
We sponsor two young girls' education and accommodation in Ghana via the "Let it Shine - Ghana" initiative.
They've just sent us a couple of thank you letters and some photographs from the school. Great to have confirmation it's such an excellent initiative.
Letters and photographs from our two students at school in Afrca.
Eastwood Rotary Club’s Annual Burns Supper... great crowd, great speakers and great atmosphere...
Kilty the Panda had a ball... brought along to his first Burns Supper by Jack Atkinson and Carla.
Many thanks to all our entertainers and the lovely folk at Williamwood Golf Club. Special thanks to the fabulous Chapman Billies who even donated their expenses to CHAS!
Kilty the Panda came along for the evening.
Top Table & the Chapman Billies in full song.
A brilliant effort by the pupils at Eastwood and Barrhead High Schools at our Rotary Youth Speaks competition.
Eastwood won the Seniors competition and Barrhead won the Juniors.
Both schools should be really proud of them. There were also superb presentations by Mearns Castle and Woodfarm High Schools.
Our Youth Speaks Competitors!
Once again, another successful event was held at Williamwood High School where singers and instrumentalists battled for the opportunity to go forward tour regional final at the Royal Scottish Conservatoire.
Our two winners were Amy Murphy (vocalist) and Ewan Miller (instrumentalist).
Amy Murphy receives her winner's plaque from President Colin Hunter
Ewan Miller was the Instrumentalist winner (xylophone)
Over 300 children met Santa during the ClarkstonBID Christmas Extravaganza where Eastwood Rotary once again provided Santa and his Grotto, complete with elves!
Over £1,200 was raised for our charity fund to help with our work in local pronmary and high schools.
Santa's Ticket Sellers!
Santa's Train to the North Pole!