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Club needs new blood to help continue its work
THE Rotary Club of Holmes Chapel is seeking new members to help secure the club’s future and ensure it can continue its charitable work for years to come.
Rotary clubs are open to men and women of all ages, and the Holmes Chapel group is inviting prospective members to a buffet evening at 7pm on Wednesday, October 23 at Cranage Hall. Booking is essential.
Club president Peter Kolker said: “I am proud of the club’s achievements over the past 35 years, and look forward to the club providing further help in the future.
"Sadly, however, our membership is now at a low ebb, and your local Rotary club needs new blood to continue with its valuable work.”
The Rotary Club of Holmes Chapel has raised more than £80,000 for charity.
Its beneficiaries include St Luke’s Hospice, children’s hospices Donna Louise and Hope House, Cancer Research, Macmillan Cancer Support, British Heart Foundation, Air Ambulance and the Alzheimer’s Society .
The club also considers what is needed by local schools, the Guide and Scout movement, the Medical Centre, First Responders and individual needs.
Peter added: “I realise the pressures of day-to-day make it difficult for people to commit to joining organisations such as ours, but the Rotary movement is now more flexible and regular weekly attendances are no longer required from a member.”
To register interest in joining the group or to book a buffet place contact Stella Furlong on 01270 763152 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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