Times running out to nominate your young hero for the Wolverhampton Young Citizen of the year Rotary Awards - nominations close on Sunday.
For more details and to make your nomination visit wolverhamptonyoungcitizen.org.uk
Great to welcome our Rotary District Governor Steve Antill who visited our Club meeting this week – Steve has a long history in Rotary – first as a member of Rotaract and then as a member of Bloxwich Phoenix Rotary Club
The 55 Clubs in our District cover most of Staffordshire and Shropshire and part of the West Midlands and during his year as the head of the District Steve will make a formal visit to each Club Clubs to share ideas and offer support.
You can follow a year in the life of a Rotary District Governor and find out more about the activities of the Rotary Clubs in our District by following his facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/RotaryDG1210/?ref=page_internal
It was an honour to welcome Lisa Potts as our speaker at our recent meeting.
Lisa came to national prominence when in 1986 as a young primary school teacher she bravely protected her young pupils from a machete attack despite receiving horrific injuries to her head, arms and back.
The attack left Lisa facing years of surgery and rehabilitation as well as overcoming post traumatic stress disorder and depression but in spite of this she found the grace to forgive her attacker.
Lisa’s bravery was recognised by the award of the George Medal from the Queen in 1997 – the medal is on display in the Mayors Parlour in the Civic Centre - and earlier this year she was the first person in the City to be awarded the title of "Free Woman of the City of Wolverhampton”
We are are all ready for todays Tettenhall Round Table Summer Fete on Upper Green
There’ll be lots of stalls from local organisations as well as the fun of the fair - so make the most of the sun and pop along to have some fun and support a great community event