East Cliff Open Invitation
I am writing on behalf of the Rotary Club to invite you to join us in 2018 at one or more of the evening dinner meetings listed below that you wish, when we have what promise to be interesting topics.
East Cliff Rotary meets on alternate Thursday evenings at 7pm in the Bar of The West Hants Club which is in Roslin Road, Talbot Woods. There is good free parking and you can be sure of a warm welcome and a good meal. The cost is £16 – payable on the evening.
There is no commitment to join us in Rotary but we hope that this taster of how we run our club throughout the year may give you a better understanding and appreciation of how acquaintances use fellowship to develop friendship. You will learn how Rotarians pool their various skills and resources when we take on a challenge to raise some charity funds or launch a project to try to change the lives of others for the better.
We ask you to please advise our secretary Simon by email of your intention to attend a meeting by 8pm on the Tuesday evening prior, he will ask you to choose menu options for a two course dinner. We assemble at table at 7.30pm and usually finish our meal and club announcements etc. by 9pm and this gives our speaker a good 30 minutes to give their presentation with usually time for questions. We are normally finished by 9.45pm.
Should you have booked to attend and for any reason cannot, please let Simon know asap so we can try and avoid payment for a meal not taken. If you have a friend you would like to bring please advise Paul, our ladies/partners are very welcome when we have our periodic spouse evenings.
Please join us in the Bar for a pre meal drink and make yourself known to our members when you arrive so that they can introduce themselves.
15th February: My life as a Salvation Army Officer – Major David Alton, newly appointed to the Boscombe Citadel. Our club supports the drop in centre and other initiatives by this active organisation.
22nd February: Ethnic Eating Experience - This evening is away from our normal club meeting and we gather with our spouses at The Wonderful Kitchen Chinese Restaurant in Charminster as one of our experiences of learning a little of food served around the World. £16.
1st March: Tourism – The lifelblood of the Bournemouth Economy. This evening we have Des Simmonds, very involved in Tourism and MD of a Holiday Letting Company.
15th March Life with the Gurkas 1999-2004 by Alex Sale
22nd March: Ethnic Eating – Tonight at The Pinocchios Restaurant in the Triangle, £20 per head.
And please remember our Annual Easter Saturday Quarter Marathon from Boscombe Pier. Help wanted with marshalling etc.
I do hope you can find time to join us on at least one of these occasions,
David Trenchard Past President
Secretary Simon Email: firstname.lastname@example.org