A Long Hot Summer- what’s been a happening?


Cushions and Bags

Club Members have been busy making comfort cushions and drain bags to help  make life more comfortable for patients after undergoing breast surgery.

 Yvonne, a club member presented the cushions and bags to Grace Uruski, a breast cancer nurse at the Breast Centre,Llandough Hospital.

 

Barry Island 10K

It was a glorious day for the event, Barry Island looked its best. The six volunteers, Annora, Gail, Helen Jean, Pat and Linda did a variety of jobs   We helped to set out the medals and T-shirts for the participants, and assisted people to the correct starting pens.

Once the race was under way we got to our posts distributing the medals, water and the correct size T-shirts while cheering and congratulating the finishers. We then helped with marshalling the two family fun runs.

 

The organisers were very appreciative of our efforts and we got to keep the blue T-shirts!

A Happy Hoedown

Barry and District Soroptimists had fun raising money for the President’s charities.

About 65 people supported this fabulous sunny evening Fundraiser at Brynhill Golf Club, fittingly on July 4th, American Independence Day
Square dancing caller Mic Spencely kept everyone on their feet dancing and yahooing enthusiastically with a variety of jigs and reels set to authentic music.
A quiz on America, a raffle,  pinning the tail on a very surprised looking donkey, a WANTED frame ,which provided photo opportunities, and a half time activity of rolling pounds at a whisky bottle all added great fun to our fundraising efforts.
Lots of people had made every effort to dress appropriately in a variety of Stetsons, chaps, bandanas, gingham and denin skirts and jeans but it was our President, Mary Tornebene who stole the show in a glamorous red showgirl outfit complete with black stockings.
A Donald Trump lookalike made a surprise appearance at the end of the evening to present prizes

Rotary Duck Races July 2018
Thank you to all Members who donated, popped down to support and  helped on the stalls. It was a really lovely day and in total we made £165 and raised awareness of who we are and what we do.
A special thanks to Lynne for the enormous amount of work she put in to make our participation possible.

 

UKPAC  Study Day   Wales South Members in Belfast 7th July 2018