World's Greatest Meal and Surprise for Rtn. John Paul

Thu, Mar 2nd 2017 at 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

The Rotary Club of Greenock celebrated the World's Greatest Meal at West College Scotland.

The event ,in support of End Polio, was held at the Ambitions Restaurant within West College Scotland, where the view over the Clyde is spectacular.

The event started with a surprise for one guest, Dr. John Paul, when he was presented with a Paul Harris Fellowship Award.

Rotarians and their guests enjoyed a delicious meal  which  was prepared and served by Level 1 and Level 2 Hospitality students. The service was second to none. For some of the students, this was their first experience front of house.

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Whilst there was a lot of praise for the home baking which was available at the Rotary Coffee Morning, the Guinness Fruit Loaf baked by Rotarian Lynne Chambers,was tremendously popular. Lynne has allowed me to display the recipe which she uses below.

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Rotarian David Attwood visits Inverclyde during his cycle ride from Land's End to John O'Groats


Committee Convenor, Lynne Chambers, invites you take a look at the goals of her committee and some of the events which they have undertaken.


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We welcome new members, to ensure that they know the club’s policies and procedures, and to help them become involved.


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