Dining Our President

Well, we all had a great evening on Tuesday! We had a ‘do’ to say thank you to our President Neil, for all his hard work during his year of office, which is coming to an end in a couple of weeks. Neil’s charity for his year was Action for Blind People, part of the RNIB and the money we raised and donated to them this last year will be used to help those of all ages who are visually impaired. What a fantastic charity!
The evening is really a surprise for the out-going President and Neil had no idea where he was going, he was just picked up and driven there! In actual fact we went to Newtown House on Hayling Island where we had a private room for our party.
Neil’s hobby, or one of them is wildlife photography and our speaker for the evening was a guy called Jason Brown, who is a wildlife photographer. His photos are truly amazing and we all enjoyed his talk and seeing his photos very much.
Apart from thanking Neil for his sterling work, we also say good-bye to him as President, which is a little sad of course. Not for long though. In true Rotary tradition, the evening was filled with banter and jokes and we seemed to laugh continually! A great time was had by all.
Thanks for a great year Neil.

Come and see us anytime, you’ll always be welcome!!

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