Rotary’s national president visits town

NDET 12-9-12 MC 7'Stonelow Junior School in Dronfield receive a visit from the Rotary Club of Drone Valley with their visitor, the President of Rotary International who shows interest in their part in the DARE project. bl-r: Jill Bethell, Rotarian, Andrea Fisher, teacher, John Minhinick, rotary International President, Richard Goad, Director of DARE, and David Ashley, district govenor Rotary district 1220, Derbyshire and Notts, along with pupils from Stonelow Junior School.

NDET 12-9-12 MC 7'Stonelow Junior School in Dronfield receive a visit from the Rotary Club of Drone Valley with their visitor, the President of Rotary International who shows interest in their part in the DARE project. bl-r: Jill Bethell, Rotarian, Andrea Fisher, teacher, John Minhinick, rotary International President, Richard Goad, Director of DARE, and David Ashley, district govenor Rotary district 1220, Derbyshire and Notts, along with pupils from Stonelow Junior School.

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Rotary’s national president visited Dronfield for the first time to see how the area’s Rotarians have promoted and funded two initiatives.

Rotary’s national president visited Dronfield for the first time to see how the area’s Rotarians have promoted and funded two initiatives.

The president John Minhinick visited Barlow C of E Primary School where he watched Kathy Cross, officer with the DARE programme (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) take year 6 students through some of their lessons.

The party then travelled to Stonelow School, Dronfield, where the Rotary president talked to the Year 6 class pupils about the Rotary Junior Community Award, a programme run by the club for pupils in Dronfield schools for the past six years.

Our photograph shows Rtn Jill Bethel, teacher Andrea Fisher, Rotary International in Great Britain & Ireland president John Minhinick, director of DARE Richard Goad and district governor Rotary district 1220 David Ashley, left to right, back row, with pupils from Stonelow Junior School.