DISTRICT INTERNATIONAL OFFICER: Jan Crouch I was a QARANC back in the day before equality and equal rights, and not an Army Corps you would recognise today. The discipline of uniform and duties is also a far cry from nurses of today, too. Marrying an Army Medic saw us experiencing a wonderful life beyond the shores of UK. It is also what gave us the love of travel and other cultures. Years later, and a family of teenagers, we set up and ran our own care home business for over twenty years. During this time my husband was invited to join Rotary, and I was encouraged to join Inner Wheel. This I did towards the end of 1996. Finding the time to go to the club meetings was difficult, but I tried to be supportive to the club events. Eventually I was in a position to take more of an active role, twice taking on Club Overseas Service Officer (as it was then), twice as Club President (once as part of a quartet of Presidents), Club Correspondent and Club Health and Safety Officer. When Health and Safety was a mandatory requirement of all organisations, I was asked to carry out this role at District level. I have also held the office of District Treasurer. I now look forward to the new challenge of District International Service Officer and working with District 10 Executive.
Inner Wheel District 10
DISTRICT INTERNATIONAL OFFICER: Jan Crouch I was a QARANC back in the day before equality and equal rights, and not an Army Corps you would recognise today. The discipline of uniform and duties is also a far cry from nurses of today, too. Marrying an Army Medic saw us experiencing a wonderful life beyond the shores of UK. It is also what gave us the love of travel and other cultures. Years later, and a family of teenagers, we set up and ran our own care home business for over twenty years. During this time my husband was invited to join Rotary, and I was encouraged to join Inner Wheel. This I did towards the end of 1996. Finding the time to go to the club meetings was difficult, but I tried to be supportive to the club events. Eventually I was in a position to take more of an active role, twice taking on Club Overseas Service Officer (as it was then), twice as Club President (once as part of a quartet of Presidents), Club Correspondent and Club Health and Safety Officer. When Health and Safety was a mandatory requirement of all organisations, I was asked to carry out this role at District level. I have also held the office of District Treasurer. I now look forward to the new challenge of District International Service Officer and working with District 10 Executive.