New Rotary Year - New President
The Rotary Year starts on 1st July and that’s the date when new Club Presidents take office.
Faversham Rotary Club’s President for the new year will be Scott Reeve who was previously President in 2009/10.
Scott takes over from Dave Darby whose year started when we still couldn’t meet face-to-face, but that didn’t stop members from supporting events and good causes, both locally and internationally, with Dave leading from the front.
Dave said, “It has been a considerable honour to be President of the Rotary Club of Faversham for the last 12 months. The fantastic members and friends of the club organised and supported many great local events, including bringing back the Faversham Family Bike Ride. One local good cause that readily springs to mind is the Club’s recognition of the unsung Heroes who are young carers within our community. I was also extremely proud of the people of Faversham who supported us so generously in raising a considerable sum to help the Ukrainian refugees.”
Dave added, “Aside from helping others, we also like to ensure we have fun and a laugh in the process and I know Scott, the incoming President, will lead the Club on to greater achievements with the same fun element firmly in place.”
New President Scott Reeve said, “I will be looking forward to carrying on the good work the Club does for the local and international community. We have a busy and exciting year ahead with several key community events including the Faversham Family Bike Ride and the much loved Rotary Christmas Carol tour. We will also be welcoming fellow Rotarians from our four European contact clubs in May next year.”
Scott continued, “Growing our membership will also be an important focus for 2022/23. The more members and friends we have, the more we can achieve.”
If you would like to know more about Rotary in Faversham please look around the website to find out who we are and what we do.