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
Seasons Greetings to all Rotarians in District 1200
Axbridge Town Hall Saturday 1st February 2020 at 7.30pm
Axbridge District Rotary invite you to join them for this charity fundraising event
Proceeds to Freewheelers – delivering blood and organs in our area & Rotary charities
Congratulations Terry Gilbert, awarded the Paul Harris Fellowship for his outstanding work raising money and giving service for Charities both within Rotary and in the wider community of Weston. The surprise presentation was made by President Peter Castell at the Club’s Christmas party.
The Chelwood Bridge Community Committee has launched a ‘pilot’ programme at the Pensford Primary School in November 2019 to promote business literacy.As the UK is way behind in financial awareness in young people this 5 week exercise will promote the value of money and how to manage a simple business.Pensford School will engage 18 pupils from the school Council to form 4 teams and our Rotary Club will provide a loan to each team of £15 as seed capital. After the 5 week period the team that raises the most money at the Christmas Fair on 10th December, after repaying the loan, will win the Business Cup.Rotary club members will be involved along the way to help and encourage the teams to develop their product ideas, budgeting and sales ideas.If this ‘pilot’ programme is successful our Committee will consider rolling it out to other schools in the area.
John Palmer, Chairman of the Community and Vocational Committee
The Big Give Christmas Challenge starts on Tuesday at noon. Please support us with online donations ,the first £10000 received will be matched by pledges made already.
Please go to https://donate.thebiggive.org.uk/campaign/a051r00001IrE5AAAV to make a donation.