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New president for Docklands Rotary

03 Jul 2012

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Joseph Ebbage is the new president of the Rotary Club of Docklands.

Mr Ebbage (left) was inducted into his new role by Rotary Assistant Governor Tony Wells at the club’s regular meeting at Watermark on June 26. The club meets at Watermark every Tuesday at 6 pm except on the first Tuesday of the month when it meets at 12.30 pm.

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  • caroline at 3:42pm on 08/10/12

    when i was studying i worked as a nanny for joseph and his wife Penne for their first born son. he was an absolute pleasure to work for. very hard working and very dedicated. i see him doing a fantastic job as rotary president.

    congratulations Joseph

    kind regards Caroline

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