Every year, 1.2 million Rotarians around the world are asked to recognise and promote high ethical standards and public values in businesses.
The Rotary Club of Till and Glendale discussed which small businesses in their communities were appreciated by their customers as having such high standards.
Club president Guy Richardson presented Rotary International Vocational Service certificates to, clockwise from top, Sharon McWilliams at The Chocolate Box, Wooler; Shirley Redpath and Rachel Ball, Glendale Store , Wooler; Helen Henderson, The Fenton Centre; Lynsey Pitman, Lowick Village Store, and, not pictured, Lynda Waite and Julie Jones, Cornhill Village Shop.
Rotarian Kelvin Rushworth said: “The wide-ranging and interesting discussion about nominations proved a useful reminder about all five Rotary International avenues of service (vocational, club, community,international and youth) and that they are the philosophical and practical framework for the work of all Rotary Clubs, small or large, around the world.”
Guests are welcome at meetings of Till and Glendale Rotary Club held on alternate Thursdays at 7pm at The White Swan Inn, Lowick. Ring Jan Slater on 01289 388888 or email Kelvin Rushworth on firstname.lastname@example.org