SEPTEMBER PRESIDENT'S BLOG
I once spent a happy hour
thinking up the most boring opening sentences for a novel.
One of my favourites was Nothing very much happened on Wednesday.
I feel a little like that about
August. Nothing very much happened. We did have an entertaining talk from our
RYLA candidate and the Business Meeting allowed John James to rehearse his new
career as a ‘stand-up’ but otherwise the month drifted by with barely a ripple
to disturb our tranquillity.
September promises to be
As your President I have read the latest
newsletter from RIBI and consequently learn that our club should be vibrant,
diverse and innovative. To my mind these words have become a little stale so I
delved into my dictionary of Syns and Ants to find an alternative group better suited to Mounts Bay.
In September therefore I hope we
can become a band of Quivering Miscellaneous Adventurers bravely going…………etc.
Following this train of thought I
should remind you that next Wednesday (6th Sept) St Ives club is hosting a lunch meeting for
George Eamer the new DG at Tregenna Castle. Should be interesting. (I can’t
remember how many n’s in Tregen(n)a).
We can look forward to a talk by Peter Sawdon
on the excellent work of National Coast
Watch and later in the month to a presentation by the Humphrey Davey
Meanwhile, business as usual and,
if you have, thank you for reading this.
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