Ladies to the fore at Portlethen & District Rotary

It was very much a ladies night at the annual Rotary handover of presidency at the Newton Arms last Tuesday evening, when outgoing President Allan MacDonald from Cove handed over his badge of office to senior vice president Anne McNair from Newtonhill. She was accompanied to centre stage by the club's new senior vice president Moira Hogg who also hails from Newtonhill. Anne Mcnair is well known within regional Guiding circles and has served in the past as County Commissioner, while senior vice president Moira has worked for many years at Stonehaven Medical Centre in the district nursing department.
It was very much a ladies night at the annual Rotary handover of presidency at the Newton Arms last Tuesday evening, when outgoing President Allan MacDonald from Cove handed over his badge of office to senior vice president Anne McNair from Newtonhill. She was accompanied to centre stage by the club's new senior vice president Moira Hogg who also hails from Newtonhill. Anne Mcnair is well known within regional Guiding circles and has served in the past as County Commissioner, while senior vice president Moira has worked for many years at Stonehaven Medical Centre in the district nursing department.
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It was very much a ladies night at the annual Rotary handover of presidency at the Newton Arms last Tuesday evening, when outgoing President Allan MacDonald from Cove handed over his badge of office to senior vice president Anne McNair from Newtonhill. She was accompanied to centre stage by the club’s new senior vice president Moira Hogg who also hails from Newtonhill.

Anne Mcnair is well known within regional Guiding circles and has served in the past as County Commissioner, while senior vice president Moira has worked for many years at Stonehaven Medical Centre in the district nursing department.