Text Box: Text Box: Wednesday 15 February 2006
Text Box: The monthly Newsletter of the Rotary Club of Perth St Johns
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By George

R.I. PresidentTsunami - District UpdateDuties


Convert Your Cash To Aid

Rugby Fans Set For A Scrum At The Station

Ö. AND Lord help the sister, who comes between me and my man!

Itís the final countdown to the Clubís biggest fundraiser of the year. The Sportsmanís dinner (an odd name when ladies are most welcome) takes place on Friday 24 February in the Station Hotel.

Headline speaker is Gareth Chillcott, the Bath, England and Li

ons player. Following his last match for Bath, he is quoted as saying ďI thought I would have a quiet pint... and about 17 noisy onesĒ.

With the Scotland versus England match at Murrayfield the day after our Dinner, the stage is set for quite a night.

Ticket sales are going reasonably well, but it is understandably a jittery time for the Committee, who always go the extra mile to ensure

know of a new firm in town who would welcome the opportunity to get involved in the social side of charity fundraising?

Let Stuart Cameron know as soon as possible, so that he can

everything goes well, then worry whether they have done enough.

Although Rotarians are not only welcome - they are needed, it is still aimed at the corporate market.

There is always room for another table, so why not help keep the collective blood pressure under control.

Is there a company who perhaps havenít been asked and should have been? Do you

give them the opportunity to come along.

As you can see, the photo sessions always go off at a tangent, with the main purpose nearly being lost in the fun.

If you have a better caption for this picture (for the benefit of younger readers, itís a quote from a song) let me know.

As usual, I wonít hold my breath for a response!



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