The club meets at the Pepe Sale Restaurant, Queens Walk in Reading on Tuesdays at 12:30 for 1pm.
Except there is usually an evening meeting on the 5th Tuesday of the month at Caversham Heath Golf Club (7:30pm for 8:00pm)
Prospective visitors to evening meetings must contact the Club's Secretary by MIDDAY THE FRIDAY PRECEDING THE MEETING
Lydia Clark, from SENSE, was the guest speaker at our March 21st meet. Lydia gave us an enthusiastic overview of SENSE, the national charity that supports people who are deafblind, have sensory impairments or complex needs, to enjoy more independent lives.
SENSE is 62 years old this year and was started in 1955 by two mothers whose children were born deafblind. Read more at: www.sense.org.uk
It may be early but our Golf day will be on the 5th of September this year - with so much notice no excuses for you keen golfers not to get a team together!
For an entry form and more information please follow the link.
An evening dinner held at Caversham Heath Golf Club on 14th March was to celebrate and acknowledge the amazing success of the 2016 Santa Run. The event was sponsored by many of Berkshires leading companies and raised £35,333,74 for local charities. The main sponsors were represented by David Brommel and Trevor Doran from ROC Search. Also sponsors Vail Williams were represented by James Bennet.
Following presentations by Rotarian and Santa Run commentator, David Holby-Wilinksi spoke of how he achieved a Guinness World Record, on a rowing machine. An heroic effort, as was his commentary!
David was followed by Claire Rhodes talking about Daisy's Dream activities. Speakers Alison Brickly, Haley and Jake, enlightened us on the activities of No 5. Both charities received cheques for £10,146 from President Sandra Tucker. Many other charities received a donation from the fund, see our Facebook page.
Many thanks to all Rotarians involved in the planning and implementation of this wonderful event.
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A Jammy Idea to Raise Funds!
Jars of Purple4Polio Plum Jam were handed out to Rotarians attending the evening meeting on Tuesday 14th March by Rod Cole. Not for free though! In return a donation was requested for £2.00 per jar. Funds raised will go to the End Polio Now project. Proceeds will be further swelled when recipients of the Jam, will be asked to fill their empty jar with coins and return them to the Rod.
Further Jars of this tasty plum jam are available on request.
We are 'Ordinary people doing Extraordinary Things'. Together we can give back something to the world and at the same time, have fun and enjoy the fellowship and support of each other. Sandra Tucker
4th April 2017
Me & My Job!
Speaker: Rtn. Sheila Hobbs
11th April 2017
18th April 2017
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