We installed an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) in the Royal George Hotel last year. Staff and several of our Rotarians have now been trained to use it.
Although training is desirable, AEDs provide voice instructions and can be used without previous experience. It's essential that the device is used without delay, which is why AEDs are needed in publicly accessible locations like this.
A team from Oakbank School are the winners the Perth round of our Primary Schools Quiz.
Once again, it was a close competition, with Viewlands School leading most of the way, before Oakbank overtook in the final round. Both teams will go forward to the next round, and we wish them well.
Our thanks go to all the teams that took part, for their enthusiasm; as well as their teachers and supporters.
|We meet:||Every Wednesday from 12:45pm to 1:45pm.|
Royal George Hotel,
Tay Street / George Street
Perth, PH1 5LD
|Also:||Occasional evening meetings at the President's home. Visiting Rotarians welcome; see Diary and email President (on Contacts) for details.|
The Rotary Club of Perth St Johns is a vibrant and expanding Club, with a commitment to getting hands-on involved in what we do and making sure we enjoy ourselves along the way. We represent a mix of age and occupations from across business, public and voluntary sector, and sport one of the largest proportions of female Rotarians in the district.
We are always looking for dynamic individuals from all backgrounds to join the Club. Why not come along to one of our meetings to get a feel for how we work? Contact President Gail on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.Read More ...
Our activities include:
We've supported a wide range of organisations, most recently:
We've donated over £17,500 and supported more than 25 charitable causes in the last three years!Read More ...
In addition to our regular weekly meetings we enjoy other social activites. In the last year that has included: