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Golf Balls to End Polio Now
That resourceful, first-class Rotarian Philip Sadler, has for a while now, been raising funds for Rotary Foundation's campaign to End Polio Now - and we very nearly have. Over the years Philip has raised £'000s by donations made for unwanted golf-balls - and we thought we would show a picture of the most recent batch of golf balls, kindly donated by the POGGS - The Pidley Old Gits Golf Society.
Thanks chaps - they really are going to a good cause.

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Award Winners in the Hunts Post
We're not ones for own trumpet blowing, but our Rotarians who are featured in a smashing article in this week's Hunts Post - thanks very much indeed HP - do deserve congratulations. We've copied the article below, and we here at Facebook Control are pretty certain that, although embarrassed by all the attention, every single one of them is chuffed to bits with their awards and club honours.
Well done Moira, Sally, Iain, Mike and both the Alans - enjoy the spotlight.

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Rotary Voices at A Summer Songfest
The Rotary Voices choir will be appearing next month in St Ives, and this is sure to be a smashing event. Put Friday the 11th August in your diaries, with the event being hosted by The Parish Church in St Ives. Full details are on the poster below.
The Summer Songfest concert has been put together as a joint venture between a number of Rotary Clubs. The Rotary Voices Chorus, together with other new performers, are singing and playing, with all the proceeds going to Magpas and the local churches, which have lent their facilities to rehearse and perform.
Sounds like a high quality musical evening to us.

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Holt Island Wheelchair Rally and Tea Party
What a grand day out this looks at our annual trip to Holt Island in St Ives and the tea party afterwards. Well done indeed to everyone involved, but particular congrats to John Pilbeam for all his endeavours, and also to Sally Heffer and her catering team for putting on such a fine spread. We'll let John tell you the story of the day, but the pic of our ever-serious and formal President, Moira Penney, doing her tea-pot impersonation, is not to be missed.
Take it away John:
40 guests and carers plus 10 Rotarians enjoyed a great afternoon's outing around Holt Island followed by tea
and refreshments at the Methodist Hall, St Ives.The weather was spot on and the Island was showing at it's best. Three
groups were hosted by Rotary, namely The Parkinson's Society, Rheola and Rose Cottage at Broughton. Feedback was 100% positive and the Warden of the island was most impressed that the guests enjoyed a very leisurely stroll and commented on some even participating in the nature trail quiz.
Everybody arrived back at the Methodist hall by 3pm and the kitchen and catering staff swung into action - pots of tea and coffee followed by so much food! Entertainment was provided by Adrian and myself. All too soon the afternoon came to an end and our guests had to return home. I'm delighted to say they all enjoyed themselves and we received many compliments.
I would like to thank everybody who took part in this event, especially Sally for managing the catering and everybody who supplied the goodies. Adrian for his musical contribution and all the Rotarians who came along to set out the Hall and escort the guests around the island. Also Nigel the Warden, for
giving up his time in allowing us to enjoy the island tour. I think we made a lot of people very happy today.
Thank you all for your support

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