Members of the Club are helping to answer the telephones for the newly formed Cheddar Valley Community hub, established by local business people. It assists the vulnerable who are self isolating to get vital supplies. Younger volunteers will then go to get the supplies.
A buddy system has been created in the Club, where the membership has been split onto small groups to ensure continued contact and support for our members.
With Club meetings suspended President Ian has asked members to consider voluntarily donating money spent on meals to assist local causes. A donation has already been given to the Cheddar Valley Foodbank.
Members are also working in their community to assist vulnerable people, by posting completed versions of the attached to them.
Our first ever Friday meeting on Zoom, twenty five participants, a bit chaotic but great fun and some business done. Is this the future?
16th May 2020 at Somerton – Rod Stewart Tribute by Dave Hook + Disco
So dress to impress and come and support Langport and Somerton Rotary who are raising funds for the Yeovil Hospital Brest Cancer Appeal & Prostate Cancer
President Peter Castell inducts Mary Johnston as the latest member of the club.
Join the Rotary Club of Mendip for an evening of entertainment in aid of the Amber Trust. The renown Derek Paravicini will be headlining. Also playing is Poppy McGee District 1200 finalist in the Young Musician. Derek Paravicini can be seen on you tube and was featured in a channel 5 documentary “The Musical Genius, Derek Paravicini”.
You are invited to a Charity Dinner at Langport on 16th April 2020
Come and help us raise funds for the the Yeovil Hospital appeal at the Langport Arms
90 Minute Race to Score the Most!
Friday 15th May 2020
To find our more contact the Rotary Club of Yeovil.
Come and join us for the music of the 70’s and have an enjoyable evening of fun and fellowship.
14 January, 2020
To the Secretary, Rotary Clubs in Districts 1175 and 1200
The 2020 Rotary Club of Exmoor Challenge
Supporting the Children’s Hospice South West
Sunday 19th April 2020
I am writing to invite your club members to take part in the 2020 Exmoor Challenge between Districts 1175 and 1200. This year the walks take place in the Quantock Hills.
Rotarians, their families, and friends from Rotary Districts 1175 and 1200 earn points for their District by completing either of two walks. The shield is currently held by District 1200 and has been for a while.
The routes will be starting from Crowcombe Village Hall TA4 4AQ from 0800 and passing through some of the most beautiful scenery in Somerset.
Walkers over 18 pay an entry fee of £7. Walker’s under18 enter free, but an adult must accompany them. Dogs are welcome, owners must keep them under control. PROPER WALKING SHOES/BOOTS ARE ADVISED.
Would you please include this letter in your club bulletin and put the event in your club diary and also please publicise the event as widely as possible to increase the amount raised for the causes.
More details will be available during February with the routes, information and sponsorship forms available from the Exmoor Rotary web site. Meanwhile please register by e mail at – email@example.com
Yours in Rotary, Paul Kingdom – Rotary Club of Exmoor