Welcome to The Rotary Club of Lincoln Colonia
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The members of the Rotary Club of Lincoln Colonia give their time and talents to serve our local community and those in need overseas. We are men and women from business and professions who share a common interest in helping others. The Rotary motto Service above Self says it all.
We organise annual community events such as the Lincoln Sausage Festival, The Lincoln Santa Fun Run & Walk and the Young Chef of the Year competition. If you are interested in meeting us, receiving our monthly newsletter or just finding out more about our club and what we do then please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or come and speak to one of us at one of our events.
|October 2020: Joined members of Clean Lincoln Everywhere And Now at Jasmine Park, Birchwood and collected 26 bags of rubbish, a roll of carpet, an armchair, two other chairs, some ride-on toys and a metal pram frame.|
|October 2020: We have had to take the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Lincoln Sausage Festival. But we have launched a special virtual Sausage Festival for October half-term with the support of Visit Lincoln. Of course for 2021 we are already planning the next Sausage Festival for Saturday 16th October – make sure it’s in your diary !||Visit Lincoln Supporting our virtual Sausage Festival|
|October 2020: Our 2020 "virtual" Lincoln Santa Fun has launched. Only 1000 places are available. See www.lincolnsantafunrun.co.uk for details. Also a big thankyou to EVENTSFR for organising and donating the printing !|
|Rotary Club of Lincoln Colonia achieves Rotary Citation for 2019-20|
|September 2020: Rotarian Jo Owens receives Paul Harris Fellowship Award. Well done Jo - well deserved.|
|A number of our club members and their spouses/partners have worked really hard over three months to manufacture scrub bags. These were donated to the local ambulance stations and a number of care homes in and around Lincoln. We were helped by the ladies from Bassingham W.I. As a result over 600 bags were produced and distributed county wide.||A brilliant effort – thank you to everyone involved.|
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