Welcome to Cookstown Rotary Club

Rotary is a worldwide movement of professional men and women committed to helping others regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, religion or colour. 

There has been a Rotary presence in Cookstown since 1971 and this website gives information about Cookstown, the work of Rotary in Cookstown and the world wide Rotary movement.

We normally meet Tuesday of each month at 1 pm (holidays excepted) at the Glenavon Hotel, Cookstown. Details of alternative meetings are given in the News Section or on our Facebook page.

The club's website is currently being developed and the older content can be accessed in the Archives

 

Tom Jebb

2019 -2020 President of Cookstown Rotary Club  Tom Jebb

Cookstown Rotary Club is well known for its fellowship and we are pleased to extend a welcome to all Rotarians and prospective new members to come and join in our meetings and Club events, please contact us for meeting venues as they can vary.

We will continue to promote the service Rotary gives to the community both locally in Cookstown and worldwide, helping young and older people at home, at schools; whilst worldwide supporting the fight to ‘End Polio Now’, helping restore sight in underdeveloped countries and through ShelterBox and AquaBox aiding those in distress overseas.

The tremendous amount of service already given by colleagues is very much appreciated but we are looking forward to encouraging new members to join and any prospective member is most welcome at any of our meetings, business breakfasts or other events.

Rotary 2019-20 theme

This year’s Rotary theme is "Rotary Connects the World", and asks Rotarians to strengthen the many ways that Rotary Connects the World, building the connections that allow talented, thoughtful, and generous people to unite and take meaningful action through Rotary service.

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