Every Saturday we bring you a quick news update from around the Network which may have passed you by.
Still a few places left for eRotarians and their friends and relations to join us on a visit to Salisbury on 3 August. We will be visiting the Trussell Trust who run many of the foodbanks in the UK. Afterwards join us in sharing a picnic in the surrounds of Salisbury Cathedral followed by a guided tour. More details on the forum and on the website. It’s another great way for eRotarians to meet and share fellowship.
Polly Robinson is our eCultural Officer and has has already made her mark in announcing the young writers competition. Entries need to be notified to Polly by 18 October 2013 email@example.com
The competition has three age groups: Junior 7 to 10 years, Intermediate 11 to 13 years, Senior 14 to 17 years [on the 31 August during the current year] Each entrant should create a story – max 500 words – in prose entitled “What a difference that made on my life/their lives.” That can be anything the storyteller wishes to define. Winning entries must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org for the District competition by 31 December 2013. More information about competition rules and guidelines is available here
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Change of President. Uplands Interact Club prepares for new term and as our President Tom moves onto College he is pictured here handing over the reigns to Ricky. In the new year the Interact Club will be presented with its Charter. They plan to continue to raise funds for Roll Out the Barrel and to link with an Interact Club in the USA.
Quilting success A couple of weeks ago we reported on the Quilt making project being run by the Interact Club at Uplands school. All the squares were created by the children and then stitched together by eRotarian Mary Loran. And here is the finished quilt which will be auctioned to raise monies for Rotary Charities.
A round up of news from around the District is published in the eNewsletter and from the RIBI in the Members News. There are quick links to the newsletters is on the righthand column on the front page – Welcome to eRotary – on the website. Keep up to date with all aspects of Rotary matters or share your district 1100 stories with eRotarian Allan Berry, editor of the District1100 eNewsletter.