The club held their AGM on Wednesday 17th May. The meeting was chaired by President Bill and the Treasurer and committee chairs presented their reports for 2016/17.
The reports reflected the wide range of activities the club had been involved in over the past year, both local and international. Fund raising events had included the Burns Supper in January and a joint musical night for Erskine in the autumn with a quiz night still to come. We had made a large donation of £1400 to Mercy Ships and £500 to Erskine with more charitable donations to be decided on at the year end in June.
Locally we had had a new project in the Primary School Art Competition which had culminated in a very successful prize-giving evening on 10th May. We had continued our support to the Lanarkshire Carers Trust to provide short breaks and respite for carers. The club had also supported Starter Packs and continued to maintain the planters and pots at Cambuslang Station. We also sponsored a Zambian school through the Kaloko Trust.
We had had a interesting programme of speakers throughout the year, some from our own club and some from further afield and the club now has a social media presence with its own Facebook page.
All in all another successful year for the Cambuslang Club!
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