Horwich Rotary Club Cook Up And Serve For Horwich Seniors Citizens

Members of the Horwich Rotary Community Committee got together to cook and serve the Luncheon Club members a full Christmas turkey meal at the Horwich Community Centre. in 2018 and repeated again in 2019.

The Luncheon Club members of the Horwich Community Centre meet every Tuesday and Friday throughout the year for a meal of soup, filled roll, pudding and a hot drink at a cost of just £2 per head.

in 2018 the Community Committee decided to treat them to turkey and all the trimmings, plus Christmas pudding and a rich white sauce.

The turkey was very kindly donated by Rotary Vice President Gary Parker while members took on the task of supplying the various parts of the meal and together with the volunteer workers at the Centre, served up over 40 meals.

There was also a free raffle with a big selection of prizes kindly donated by members of Rotary. All went very well and the meal was enjoyed and much appreciated by all the lunchion club members. 

Kindly provided by Rtn. Pat Byrne.

In 2019 this was repeated, Horwich Rotarians made Christmas dinner for 50 and  it was very successful. Appreciated and enjoyed by all.

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