SCHOOLS FRENCH PUBLIC SPEAKING COMPETITION 2015
(JUNIOR AND INTERMEDIATE CLASSES)
For the junior event six students from Glyn and Rosebery Schools recited a piece of prose or poetry selected from a list provided by the judges. The standard was high, but Caroline Young from Rosebery swept the board with a spirited performance of the poem “Je déteste les poupées Barbie!” Toby wood recited “La pollution” to achieve runner up, and Scarlett Turner was highly commended for “Noël en France”.
Four students from Rosebery School contested the intermediate class, giving a talk about themselves and their lives, using titles suggested by the judges. The judges had some difficulty choosing a winner but eventually Emma Depledge was awarded first prize. Emelie Cooke was runner up and both Samantha Perren and Catherine Bird were awarded highly commended certificates.
Prizes and certificates were presented by Andrew Ballard, President of Epsom Rotary Club.
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more Around 100 people celebrated the 90th anniversary of the foundation of the Epsom Rotary Club
more Held at the United Reformed Church Hall
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more Voluntary Action Mid Surrey give Volunteers Award to Tony Axelrod and Duncan Cox
more Held in Reading and with 10 contestants. The competition was fierce and the afternoon was a fantastic performance by all contestants
more Ruthie updates the team on what has been happening in Blantyre and surroundings
more Andy presents Mike Gibbs with his trophy for winning the Bowling tournament
more Great evening hearing about the Royal Yacht Brittania
more Andy and Barb have been putting up the Banners
more Ruthie Markus returns to Africa shortly to oversea projects which are running there.
more Dave Ayres visits the Rotary Club of Bolton in Canada
more Delft Koningveld arranged for Epsom Choral Society to give a concert in their local Church. The concert was well attended and raised around 1000 Euros for the church
more Race for life on Epsom Downs. Rotary man the finish lines. 3000 people run
more Excellent Sunday afternoon at the Hog Roast with The Canopy and Everest Spice Restaurants
more A team of 5 refurbish St Ebba's Sheltered Garden
more 8 Associate Members were inducted (photo only shows 7 as Helena had to be elsewhere)
more Many Rotarians, Rotaractors and Associate Rotarians with partners invaded the Ashley Centre
more The Junior and Intermediate French Speaking Competion was held at Rosebery School last Tuesday 21st October.
more 3 representatives of Challengers come to lunch
more We had a fascinating talk from Matthew Wing
more The Epsom event of Young Musician was held at Epsom College
more Emma Oulton gains second place in the District Finals
more The English Public Speaking Competition in Chantilly was on 13th February. 5 from the UK Rotary attended the event.
more Click on arrows to move through pictures.................... Ruth Markus is in Malawi working for the AMECA Trust which assists Malawi with medical aid. She sends details of the devastation and its effects.
more The first round winners of the 2015 Youth Speaks Competition.
more Attached is a link to a short video of the Epsom & Ewell Borough Family fun day, Jointly organised by Ewell and Epsom Rotary Clubs and Rotaract and which is now on You Tube. The video was created by Surinder Sarohia
more Tony Axelrod receives his certificate from President Clive Smitheram
more Held at Epsom Council Chamber
more Club Heat of Young Photographer 2015
more Some of our members wearing their bandanas
more District 1140 finals of Young Chef Competition
more We start the new Rotary year with a new President Andy Ballard and Rotaract President Katie Barke
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