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New Rotaract Club of Manchester International.

03 Nov 2008

Inaugural meeting on 6 November at 6pm.

Staff and students aged 18 to 30 are invited to the inaugural meeting of the new Rotaract Club of Manchester International. The meeting will take place at the Manchester Business School (in the Alumni Club Room) on Thursday 6 November at 6pm.

Rotaract is an opportunity to:

  • Be part of a fun and dynamic international organisation
  • Make lots of new friends aged 18 to 30
  • Take part in activities you wouldn't normally get the chance to do
  • Develop and improve yourself
  • Support your local community
  • Raise funds for local and national charities
  • Help communities oveseas

Leadership skills

A Rotaract Club is formed by a minimum of 20 like-minded young people headed by an elected President and Council Members. Meetings are held regularly and are based around activities chosen by the members.

The success of the Club depends on the leadership shown and the way in which the Club is promoted. Rotary provides a mentoring role and that link should be valuable for joint activities.

Networking opportunities

Each Rotaract Club promotes activities which bring the members into contact with other Rotaract Clubs, with business and professional organisations, and with Rotary, which has 1.2 million members worldwide.

Rotaract members have access to Rotaract and Rotary Clubs all over the world, and are welcome to attend meetings anywhere.

You can find more information on Rotaract and its activities at:

If you will be attending the meeting, please confirm this by email to:

If you would like to join the Rotaract Club of Manchester International, please complete the membership application form (PDF file, 8KB) and bring it with you on 6 November or, if you cannot attend the inaugural meeting, please post it to:

  • Philip Webb
    Chandlers Farm
    Bollington Lane
    Nether Alderley
    Nr MACCLESFIELD
    Cheshire
    SK10 4TB