It isn't all formal meetings and ceremonies at Rotary! There's also a lot of fun to be had and Hythe &
Waterside Rotary are always looking for new ways to spend a social evening together.
A recent evening involved a Taskmaster event, where members had to
use their skills and imagination to deal with a variety of tasks set for them
by two Rotarians, Ian Wheeler and Craig Webber.
Members were randomly put into teams of 3 to carry out the different
task rounds – such as “Suits you sir”, where packs of playing cards had to
be sorted into a specific order, “A nose for trouble”, having to identify
different spices by smell, “Give it a squeeze”, trying to identify objects in
a drawstring bag by feel alone, and “High Tea”, trying to throw tea bags
into a large cup on the floor (it helps if you pop to the washroom and
make them damp!).
A lot of hilarity was involved, especially when teams were asked to produce
a portrait of President Ray Lewis, using different pasta shapes and to use
lego to make something that was relevant to the local area. There were a
lot of strange versions of Hythe Pier and train on display that evening!
If you would like to know more about Hythe Rotary's social side as well as
how they support local, national and international good causes, please visit
www.hwrotary.org.uk or give us a ring on 02381 818187
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We are unable to pursue our usual methods of fundraising to support local charities. We have decided the best way is, each month, to identify a local charity and ask for support. This month’s charity is Age Concern New Forestmore