Centenary event for the Rotary Club of Inverness
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The Rotary Club of Inverness hosted their 100th anniversary celebrations last weekend with a black tie event.
More than 150 locals gathered at Kingmills Hotel on Saturday October 30, greeted with a complimentary glass of prosecco.
Traditional live music accompanied the atmosphere on the night.
The welcome drink was followed by a three course meal accompanied with wine, as guests chatted about the history of the club.
A speech was given by Dr John Rankin.
Guests also enjoyed a silent auction which included gifts such as a Porsche test drive, a three day stay in a luxury lodge, and a case of fine wines.
People attended from all four clubs across the Inverness area.
The event raised £4175 for their charity funds.
Alan Nelson, president of the club, said: "The evening was a great success with great fellowship and entertainment."