Message in a Bottle
This simple and free project is designed to help save lives in the event of a medical emergency.
At our recent District Convention for Lions and Lionesses from all over East Anglia, our Press Officer, Lion Alan Mercer, received an award called the “Scribe” Trophy for his numerous and varied contributions to the District’s monthly newsletter, “Lions Roar” over the past year. Well Done Alan. Keep up the good work.
Our meeting tomorrow night is a chance to try out some World War II food “delights”. Should be an interesting night but will they be tasty bites. It will not be a trip down Memory Lane for many of us but it will not hurt to be reminded what our parents or grandparents went through.
Our party is now back home after a busy weekend at the District Convention for East Anglia. It was a Great Weekend with lots of laughter and good friends. Our Press Officer, Alan Mercer, had extra luggage having won the District’s “Scribe” trophy for his efforts in submitting news of the Club’s activities to the
Over the next couple of days 10 of us are off to our East Anglian Convention in Peterborough. Should be a super weekend of Fun and Fellowship whilst having the chance to debate important issues. Looking forward to meeting our friends from other clubs around East Anglia.
Last week we spent two days collecting in Morrison’s Store at Waterglade Retail Park in Clacton on Sea and raised a magnificent £800. Well Done Team.
Our next Meeting is tomorrow night and it is time for our members to nominate the officers they wish to be heading up the Club in the coming year from 1st July. Be interesting to see how things pan out.
Our Little Piggies and the Pig Race Team went to Brightlingsea last Saturday to the Brightlingsea Community Centre to raise funds to repair their roof. Together they helped the Centre Trustees raise £1102 and everyone had a fun evening. Next Pig Race is on Friday 12th May at The Firs, Little Clacton for the local
Provided a Quiz Night last night for Clacton Carnival Association. 20 Teams and £446 raised so a very good night. Well Done the Team!
Last Saturday’s Barn Dance was very busy with over 80 attending and dancing to live music from The Jasper Ceilidh Band. Total raised subject to the Treasurer’s usual scrutiny was £391 – not to forget the very important 28 pence.
Saturday 11th is another busy day as we have a team taking part in this year’s District Quiz Final in Ipswich in the afternoon. Then in the evening is our Valentine’s Barn Dance with live music from the Jasper Ceilidh Band in St. Osyth Village Hall. Let’s hope both are a big success.