At the recent Brechin Rotary Club meeting, the current president gave an end of year presentation to the rest of the members.
Paul Roberts, who has been in charge for the past year, used the presentation to provide an account on the events and achievements of the club over the past 12 months.
He described briefly some of the excellent speakers at meetings this year but indicated that there were many more sides to Brechin Rotary club than that.
Paul works for the Scottish and Northern Ireland Plumbers Employers’ Federation and appropriately Brechin Rotary supported the Aquabox Project this year, along with several other charities that included Mary’s Meals, the Children’s Hospice Association Scotland, Level 8, Cash for Kids and the Watson Watt memorial.
Using a cutting edge visual presentation to complement his entertaining words, he described year of innovative projects, functions, visits and fund raising.
Paul was pleased to report that there had been continuing involvement in the community, including strong links with the local schools.
He brought home the message that the club was in good heart, and this year has managed to have fun and fellowship mixed in with the fund-raising.
Incoming President Jim Houston gave Paul a vote of thanks for his presentation, thanking him in particular for his enthusiasm to lead the club in another very full and successful year.