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The latest version of In Gear, Beaumaris Rotary’s weekly bulletin, is available here as an embedded document.  This document may be viewed in full-screen mode by clicking on the button at the bottom of the embedded document.

Sub menus under this heading give you access to archived editions of In Gear as well as our Annual Reports.  These will give an excellent idea of the clubs activities and culture.

There is also a Club Calendar which will enable you to see upcoming Club events and a password protected Members Page

Links to HD pdf versions of this week’s and recent weeks’ In Gear may be found below.

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NOTE; FROM 25 JULY 2016 ALL IN GEAR PDF VERSIONS ARE HIGH DEFINITION.

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2 thoughts on “Club News ↓

  1. Greetings to Beaumaris Rotarians! Thanks for sending this “In Gear” to me. I made contact recently as I was planning to be in Melbourne before Christmas, but now have a date for hip surgery in December, so that comes first. Please keep me on your mailing list though. Our Rotary Club, Bangor Gwynedd, meets in Menai Bridge, just along the coast from Beaumaris, Anglesey. I’m happy to do some research to see if the name link is understood, or do any of you already know how it came about? I am happy to bring along photos and stories etc from Beaumaris, but again, perhaps you have had other members or visiting Rotarians who have visited our Beaumaris and shared stories in the past. Your banner was on display at our Charter Night, which gave me the idea to link with your club and join your meetings while I am with my daughter who now lives in Brunswick West. I joined Rotary when we were living in Monbulk, then on coming back to Wales, I decided to transfer my membership to Bangor Rotary. So, I envy your warm weather and spring flowers, here it is getting cold and the migrating birds have all flown, as I should have done as well!

    Best regards from Wales, Cofion gorau o Ogledd Cymru!

    Liz Millman

  2. Firstly, thanks for sending the “In Gear” which I think is the best Rotary Club Newsletter I have come across! I do hope you keep it going.

    Next, I officially send “Season’s Greetings” from President Sydney Bowen and the Bangor Rotarians. We are interested in creating a link between the two clubs, as many of our members live in Beaumaris, Anglesey.

    I approached Bayside Council who unfortunately said that their Sister Links with 5 places around the world were no longer being maintained.

    I also approached Beaumaris Town Council and was delighted to hear that they are happy for me to progress friendship links between the two Beaumaris’s. I have met with one of our Rotarians, Robert Macaulay, who happens to be Chair of the Beaumaris Chamber of Commerce, and we suggest the best way would be to link like minded groups, eg the Rotary Clubs, the Sailing Clubs, the two Beaumaris Primary Schools and the Photographic Clubs.

    So taking it a little bit at a time, I’m sure we can generate an interest again in linking, so I am planning an Australian Day Coffee Morning, as a post op event, in Beaumaris Town Hall, with Anzac biscuits, Fairy Bread and Lamingtons! Anything to take my mind of the surgery!

    Hopefully I’ll be ok to fly over at some time later in March.

    We also had flooding recently, and the road between Menai Bridge and Beaumaris was washed away, I hear from my daughter that you have also experienced flooding. But you enjoy the warm sunny days, while we are enjoying seeing snow on the mountains!

    But most of all enjoy your Christmas celebrations!

    With all good wishes

    Liz Millman

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