Since we emerged from isolation last month we have enjoyed two meetings at the Mercure, picking up the threads of Projects in Bolton such as support for ‘Backup’, and considering the entries to our Young Achiever Award. Social events have included a lunch and a visit to Bolton Little Theatre, and coffee mornings will resume shortly. The sixteen clubs in our Region held a lunch yesterday to welcome seventeen new members and to celebrate the best of our Projects, and all are arranging to plant trees to celebrate 100 Years of Soroptimism.
Our own Celebration in November will remember three active and greatly missed members who left us during the dark days of lockdown. By Christmas we hope to be able to resume Speaker Meetings (varying from travels in search of wild life to the work of the Cystic Fibrosis Trust UK). In March we look forward to our Charter Lunch and the presentation of the Young Achiever Award.
Soroptimism is alive and well in Bolton.