In considering viable events for members entertainment in conjunction with the entertainment committee and other conveners, I am well aware that other activities – particularly those of the fundraising committee – have to be borne in mind when scheduling, with regard to both dates and content. To that end, we will propose only 4-6 events throughout the coming Rotary Year.
These events will be ostensibly for the entertainment of club members, and will not seek to generate funds, as I believe there is a desire within the club to have some purely social activities.
The three-man committee will meet whenever necessary to plan and delegate tasks to organise each event.
So those are the proposals thus far. [I had an idea for a straightforward party evening, possibly in the Crossford village hall, where everyone brings along booze and nibbles, and ask Adam Winski to bring his ceilidh band along to provide the music for the evening, but aside from wanting to sound out the membership on the popularity of such a suggestion, my thought had been to set that on St Andrews Night (or rather just the next night, being a Friday), but is very close to the quiz night planned for 24th November, and also, Possibly, the type of entertainment proposed for the Burns Celebration in February. So this would require further discussion to proceed.]
Details and dates still require to be firmed up of course, but the nature of the events tabled above will require very little financial outlay from the club, and hopefully will further camaraderie in the membership. I trust this will suffice for the report to the club assembly
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more A great October afternoon on the Tour of Fife and Kinross
more Convenor Robin Grant's report to the 2020 AGM
more The club had two very successful visits to this piece of Japan in East Central Scotland. Click through to view slideshow
more 40th anniversary: Guest speaker was Alan Stuart, the well known butcher / baker from Leven
more Club’s Charter Dinner saw two PH awards, toast to the club by former member Angus Hogg and address from Ruth Davidson MSP
more This year the Rotary Club of West Fife celebrated its 38th Charter Dinner. Ruth Davidson, Leader of the Scottish Conservative Party was forced to call off as our guest speaker due to the General Election but a Sherriff proved to be a great deputy.
more What has and has not happened in this Rotary year
more We have a top notch Guest Speaker in Jim Robertson was a Solicitor for 15 years before joining the Procurator Fiscal Service in 1989. Jim has held this position in Lanark, Hamilton, Stranraer, Kirkcaldy and Edinburgh. Not to be missed!!!
more Proposed entertainment events for Rotary Year commencing 1 July 2016
more The annual Club BBQ just as successful as ever!
more Our Club (Black Tie) Charter Dinner will be held on Friday 5th June at Keavil House Hotel Crossford.
more Proposed entertainment activities in Rotary Year 2015/16
more Guest speaker was Annabel Goldie MSP
more Club trip organised by Ken Mackay
more Rotarians and partners visit Glenrothes
more Members friends and family meet for lunch and to watch Scotland play Samoa, October 2015
more 5th July 2013 - Charter Dinner - held at Garvock House Hotel
more District Conference - Aviemore
more Garvock House, June 2012
more Club night out at Abbot House
more Members attend Dublin conference. Click through to view slideshow
more 31st Charter Dinner, Friday 4th June 2010, Queensferry Hotel.
more click here to view slideshow of a great day out in Limekilns
more Annual Barbecue was blessed with good weather! Click through for slideshow of images
more Showtune Wednesday 9th August 2006
more 28th Charter Dinner held at Garvock House, Dunfermline. Click through for slideshow
more A company numbering 39 rotarians, partners and guests enjoyed a Gourmet Meal at the Forrester Park Resort on Friday 25th November 2005.
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