Text Box: Another Successful Weekend
ASCHAFFENBURG ROTARIANS ‘RELAX’ IN PERTH
Text Box:  The links between Perth St Johns and Aschaffenburg Schonbusch Rotary Clubs were further cemented at the weekend with the visit by Helmut Scholz, Peter Geigle and Thilo Morhard. 
In what our visitors asked to be a quiet, relaxing time for fellowship, Neil Townend managed to provide a programme including the Bonfire and Fireworks on 5 November (boy, did I have my work cut out explaining what that was about during the journey from Edinburgh Airport Ed), an ‘informal’ meal at the Royal George with around 20 St Johns members and partners, a visit to Inveralmond Brewery, Text Box: 10 November 2004
Text Box: Text Box: The monthly Newsletter of the Rotary Club of Perth St Johns
Text Box: Guides Beat Today’s Deadline
Text Box: The 27th Perth Guides have beaten today’s deadline for making sure that shoeboxes filled by them reach their destination in time for Xmas.
Three weeks ago, Guider Doreen Keane mentioned she would like to have the girls fill shoeboxes. The parent helper that night was Pat Scrimgeour, who immediately offered Rotary boxes on our behalf. Sandy duly delivered them two weeks ago and spoke to the Guides about the Rotary Shoebox Scheme. On Monday night, Sandy returned and accepted the filled boxes.  
Text Box: Lunch at Greyfriars pub, Dinner for 16 at Neil and Christine’s house and Golf followed by lunch with more St Johns members. 
NOTE to Neil—If that’s quiet, remind me never to get involved in your ‘busy’ events.
Lighter moments included Neil telling Peter to come early for dinner because he had more guests than seats. “Perhaps I can put my towel down now” re

Mock Interviews

By Ian Agnew

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Hosting Evenings

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Directory Amendments

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The Tom Kitching Diaries by kind permission of Brian Kitching

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Spotlight on ……..

    Sandy Scrimgeour

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Council Matters

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Centennial Events

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Dates For YOUR Diary

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Speakers Corner

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Text Box: By George

JVP John greets Peter, with Helmut (left) and Thilo.

Lunch group at Greyfriars just before a telling exchange with a waitress

David was impressed. “Would you like to join Rotary” said David, “We have several ladies in the Club.” “My, you have been busy!” she replied, to a round of applause.