Former VAT man joins The Rotary Club of Dunmow

17:16 30 January 2014

Willie Fraser

Willie Fraser

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The Rotary Club of Dunmow has welcomed a new member. Willie Fraser had his induction as a Rotarian at the Thursday lunch time meeting last week.

Mr Fraser worked as a VAT inspector before retiring, and now has a position as the Dunmow Day centre manager.

He is keen to be involved in Rotary fund raising events for charity.

The Rotary Club of Dunmow is a thriving club with 35 members enjoying the fellowship of weekly lunch meetings and actively raising money for both local and international charities.

Anyone interested in joining should contact Mike Perry at Lipson’s Photography (01371 872129).

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