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Publicity Material for Rotary Clubs
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The Rotary Club of Lunesdale's 2019 Cake Sale
Lunesdale Rotary will be holding another of their very successful Cake, Craft and Quality Crystal Sales on Saturday 25th May at Lunesdale Hall, Kirkby Lonsdale from 10:30 to 2:00pm.
If you would like to bake and donate a cake for this event please phone: 015242 73166.
All proceeds to charity
Rise Against Hunger
Grange-over-Sands organised a Meal Pack Event at Cartmel Priory School
on Saturday 13th April 2019 to provide 60,000 meals for children facing hunger.
The event was organised on behalf of Rise Against Hunger which is an international hunger relief
organization that distributes food and life-changing aid to the world’s
most vulnerable with the goal of ending hunger by
Rotary Vision 2020
Church & Oswaldtwistle Rotary in partnership with the Rotary Club of Sylhet Central, Bangladesh have embarked on a two year project to run eye camps within the rural areas of Syhlet. After eye tests at the camps those people needing help will be provided with spectacles, medicine or referral to a selected hospital for a cataract operation.
Passionately Purple Gin
It will be a case of rock-on gin lovers as star of Cannon and Ball and local lad Bobby Ball launches the magical gin in Lytham on End Polio Day with IPP Denis Spiller and Lytham President John Edwards. Rotary Lytham have pushed the boundaries of possibility even further by creating a 'Rotary first' purple craft gin, distilled exclusively for them on the South Fylde coast, by local company Sandgrown Spirits.
Purple is the colour of the End Polio campaign and Rotary Lytham have created Passionately Purple, a magical colour-changing gin, bursting with the flavour of blueberries to mark World Polio month and to raise funds in a unique and enjoyable way. Deceptively dry, this smooth juniper-led gin has been made with nine carefully selected botanicals and it has an extra magic. Every bottle sold will raise £5 towards the End Polio Now campaign and every £5 raised will attract a further £10 from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and that’s enough to vaccinate 50 children.
This special limited edition gin will not be available in the shops, it can only be purchased on-line through Rotary Lytham and your District Governor. In an attempt to cut costs we are offering a bulk order opportunity for Districts and Clubs, but individuals who require a speedy service, perhaps for a birthday, wedding anniversary etc can order single bottles and have them home delivered for only £5.50 extra.
Larger orders ie box of 12 or six can be delivered to Alcester for collection by your DG or a member of your District team that visits Alcester. A meeting up service is possible for large orders, please ask for details. If you share our passion to end Polio, order a bottle of Passionately Purple Gin now. You’ll enjoy a magnificent craft gin and every sip is a lifesaver. Bottles cost £35 each plus Packing and Post of £5.50.
Orders can be placed by completing this order form and sending it to Rotary Lytham, address details as printed.