End of Season Dinner Dance 22 September 201824 September 2018
The dinner dance on Saturday evening was a resounding success and our special thanks to the Social Committee (Gill Totty, Liz Le Cardiet and Helen Rowe who worked so hard to make this event memorable.
The room was decorated to such a high standard of sophistication it was hardly recognisable as the ‘hut’ but was equal to if not exceeding any high class restaurant you would wish to name.
The food, thanks to High Class Catering (Davina Parker) was excellent and the band, Flip did their magic. The raffle again was something off the wall using a chequered board and discs instead of the usual prosaic ticket affair. Thanks to the efforts of the Social Committee and the support of local business the prizes were remarkable.
Liz will be sending a letter of thanks to each contributor/business and a list will be posted on the website in the very near future.
The event raised a magnificent £760 for the Club and a further £235 for Kay Mathew for her self-funding trip to Nepal to help build schools and hospitals. Thanks to all those that supported!
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