Coffe Morning 5th October

In aid of 3rd Kegworth Brownies


St Andrew's Church, Kegworth was busy during Shepshed Charnwood Rotary Club's annual coffee morning. This year it was in aid of the Kegworth Brownies who turned out to help serve (and eat) some delicious cakes kindly supplied by the Brownies and Rotarians.

 As well as the food and drink there was a book stall, raffle and, above all, a great atmosphere.  President Paul Miles and Brownie Leader Karen thanked all those who came for their generosity, which raised over £200 for the group in addition to a donation to the Church, not bad in two hours!

 Karen said that the money would be used to help the girls achieve their Brownie aims and promises, including an adventure day out in the woods learning about many aspects of nature (and having some great fun)!   Paul also commented that this was Rotary doing what it does best, helping local community organisations.

 Karen is actively looking for new members to join this lively and friendly pack who meet on a Wednesday from 6.45 till 8pm at the Kegworth Primary School.  For more information about Kegworth Brownies or if you feel that you would like to help us to help others, why not contact Paul on rotarysc@hotmail.co.uk or search Facebook @shepshedcharnwoodrotary.

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