December 2016 Newsletter
What an amazing meeting we had on Thursday. I think we were all taken aback by the quality of the arrangements. My one is looking gorgeous on my table! Thanks Di and Denise for booking them and the dog!
A huge thank you for all the food you donated. I have so much that they are going to collect it from my house next week. They were really pleased with what we had done. They said they also collect baby food and sanitary products for women.
We will be meeting for our Christmas lunch Saturday 10th December 12.30 for 1pm at The Plough Lewson Street. I am really looking forward to it; he always provides good food and a good atmosphere.
Loose Women is on December 15th meeting at Sittingbourne station at 9.35 am for the 9.46 train. Mandy has booked us in for lunch afterwards.
The Annual Meeting of the East Kent Federation will be held in Margate on 22nd March. If anybody would like to help out as a steward or on the basket stall please let me or BCL know.
There are two birthday parties coming up – Tunstall on December 8th at 7.30pm with The Ukele Band and Rodmersham Green 2.30 the same day. Both President plus 4. At present Angela, Lynne, Sue, Joyce and Jean Slate to go to Rodmersham.
Our ‘famous’ Christmas tree is now on display at Tunstall church till Sunday. Please pop in if you can and see this amazing display of trees.
If anybody would like to join me at the Music Quiz in the Village Hall on 9th December at 7pm please let me know. It is just £6 which includes a buffet.
Dilys is organising another lunch on Friday 20th January 1pm at the Skills Centre in Sittingbourne. If your name isn’t on the list just let Dilys or I know.
She is also booking The Play That Went Wrong for 2nd August 2017 at the Marlowe. This needs to be booked ASAP so if your name isn’t on that list please contact either one of us.
The date of our next meeting is the 5th January 2017. We will be having a Whist Drive and it will a nice informal meeting to start our new year off.
Looking forward to seeing most of you next Saturday. For those that can’t be there the Committee would like to wish you a very Happy Christmas and a healthy New Year.
Words by Angela Coleman