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  • Back to the future with a bit of pole dancing thrown in

    Happy Easter. I shall be pleased to give £40 from my Lenten Challenge to Ovenu for Manorlands Hospice.

    The Rotary week got off to a flying start with our Club "Visioning" led by Keith Davison and his team. What a great way to let every member of the club have a say in how we approach the next three years.

    We took three hours to work through the process which now gives us three achievable goals in each area of Rotary. From this, we will write our mission statement and make plans for the coming year.

    I understand we are the first in 1040 to do this - well done Bradford West! We will discuss the outcomes on May 15th.

    Following our Facebook / Instagram experiment last week, we have had a go at entering my P.A.T dog, Maisie May, (through our club, she works with children in two of our local schools) into the Rotary International competition to find a RotaryHero, the winner receiving air miles to use in a Rotary project.

    This was initiated and led by Carolyn who will soon be our newest member and who has much to teach us! She entered late with only 1 day to go and even so managed to accumulate a fantastic 36 votes, a remarkable achievement!

    The week finished as well as it began with a lively and enjoyable interclub celebration of St George's Day with home-grown entertainment including music, songs, drama sketch, and a hilarious pole dance which turned out to be a Maypole dance leaving Jim Staton bound to the pole! Bradford West was given a surprise opportunity - surprise to me that is - when Liz invited me to give a rendition of the Hokey Pokey as it would have been in Shakespeare's day, involving everyone getting up and joining in. Well done Liz and Mike Joyce for leading a superb evening.


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