A Charity Dinner on Friday 6th March at Dean Park Hotel. 7:00pm for 7:30pm. Speakers are Lord Provost Jim Leishman and Peter Brown. There will be an auction and a raffle. Tickets are ï¿½50 pp.
Entertainment Night Friday 6th March 2015
Tickets 50 per person or 500 for a table of 10
3 course choice menu and tea/coffee and tablet
The entertainment will be provided by Jim Leishman and Peter Brown prize draws,
charity auction etc. Book now to avoid missing out on what will be an excellent evening,
whilst raising much needed funds for local charities.
Venue: Dean Park Hotel, Kirkcaldy
the main beneficiaries of the dinner this year will be Alzheimers Fife, plus other local charities.
Alzheimer Scotland is Scotland's leading specialist dementia charity, working to improve the lives of everyone affected by dementia. We provide information, support and a network of services and support groups across Scotland.
Locally we aim to use our experience and skills to provide a range of high quality, responsive, therapeutic services to meet the needs of people with dementia and their carers living in Fife.
Currently we offer one-to-one support in the community across Fife, weekend day care in Kirkcaldy, day opportunities in West Fife and a range of activity and social groups within the Dementia Resource Centre in Kirkcaldy.
These groups include baking, craft, singing and football reminiscence. We also provide Fife-wide Information Cafes and Carer Support groups.
PETER LEFT FALKIRK HIGH SCHOOL IN 1970 AND JOINED THE WORLD OF BANKING, RETIRING AFTER 38 YEARS IN VARIOUS SALES AND MANAGEMENT ROLES, AND IS NOW A FULL TIME AFTER DINNER SPEAKER, GOLF IS HIS SPORTING PASSION AND HE WAS CHAIRMAN OF GLENBERVIE GOLF CLUB FROM 1995 TO 2000. HE ALSO SUPPORTS FALKIRK FC AND WAS A MEMBER OF ALEX TOTTENS TESTIMONIAL COMMITTEE IN 2008.
HE HAS THREE CHILDREN AND TWO EX-WIVES, SO ITS NO SURPRISE THAT THEY ALL CONTINUALLY INSPIRE HIM TO WRITE NEW MATERIAL, MOST OF WHICH HE USES, AND OTHER BITS HE COULD NOT USE UNDER ANY
CIRCUMSTANCES... HE LOVES MAKING PEOPLE LAUGH AND HIS STORIES ARE ABOUT SPORT, LIFE, AND
MARRIAGE; SUBJECTS WE ALL RELATE IN THE WORLD WE LIVE IN TODAY
BORN IN LOCHGELLY, FIFE, JIM PLAYED THE MAJORITY OF HIS PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL CAREER WITH DUNFERMLINE ATHLETIC F.C., AND STILL HOLDS THE RECORD OF BEING THE LAST PLAYER TO SCORE A WINNING GOAL FOR THE PARS AT IBROX, A FACT HE LIKES TO MENTION AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE... AT JUST 28, HE BECAME MANAGER OF DUNFERMLINE IN 1982, AND TOOK THEM ALL THE WAY FROM THE FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE 2nd DIVISION TO THE SPL, GAINING SUCCESSIVE PROMOTIONS IN THE LATE 80S DURING THIS PERIOD, DUE TO HIS CONCERTED EFFORTS TO ENGAGE THE LOCAL POPULATION, HE INCREASED THE AVERAGE GATE FROM 1,500 TO 7,500 HE IS KNOWN AS FIFES POET LAUREATE DUE TO HIS HILARIOUS POEMS AND JOKES, AND WAS AWARDED THE M.B.E. IN H.M. THE QUEENS 2007 BIRTHDAY HONOURS LIST. IN 2011 JIM WAS ELECTED THE PROVOST OF FIFE
Tickets available from any member of The Rotary Club of Kirkcaldy
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