The weather gods were in our favour for the annual fixture of lawns bowls at the Whitby Bowling Club. Some efforts were well rewarded, others were quite wayward, but the evening was enjoyable. The meal provided by the ladies was up to their usual high standard, and we were all so replete that a couple of desserts went begging.
Thanks to our caterers and to Les
Taveuni Island, Fiji Appeal
Jenny Lucas gave a background to Plimmerton Club's past
District Governor's March Newsletter
Thanks to the very swift action from DG Simon's office, we've been able to load his March Newsletter onto the site right on time. For a good read, go to the Home page and click on the newsletter at the bottom of the right column. In this
Host family for an Exchange Student
John O'Connell appealed to members - there is still one more host family needed for our inbound student. If there are no offers we will have to turn her down.
Allan Nichols needs a few more volunteers for about an hour to help with the survey at Creekfest on Sat 12 March.
Thursday 17 and Friday 18 March are important days to get the Book Fair set up in the Kennel Club premises. Sunday 20 March is also a day when helpers are needed to pack up and tidy up. Contact Allan if available.
An 8-year-old son of one of the refugee families would love a bike! Contact Wendy if there is an unused one in the back of the garage.