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President Kathryn Delpak SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL. BRIDGEND 2011-2012

President Kathryn Delpak SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL. BRIDGEND 2011-2012

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  President Kathryn`s Address-AGM 27 April 2011 We are beginning the 64th year of  S.I. Bridgend and as the forthcoming President I should like to give the Club my very best effort. It has been just a short time since I joined  the Soroptimists during which I have been nurtured in a non –intrusive way and always made to feel so welcome. I regard  the role of President as that of  Service and one that I look forward to with an open mind and one that is receptive to change. My Charity choice is-` faceupcymru`-a charity that offers support to people who have undergone oral and facial surgery. Also I should like to offer a small gift to the Ophthalmic Unit at Princess of WalesHospital, Bridgend. I feel it is imperative that we continue to raise awareness of the inequalities of opportunities, rights and privileges that still

President Elect Carys visits Friendship Club in Australia

President Elect Carys visits Friendship Club in Australia

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                      President Elect Carys pictured with members of SI Moreton North on two different occasions. Carys was able to present the Friendship Club certificate twice over as there were different members present on each occasion.  Carys reports that the Club are a very active, chatty, friendly group who all send their best wishes to  Bridgend Club.

Public Speaking Competition for Girls

Public Speaking Competition for Girls

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                                         Members from Soroptimist Clubs across Wales South had a very enjoyable afternoon at the final of the Public Speaking Competition for Girls. The competition was arranged by the Region, Wales South, whose President this year is Bridgend member Carys. Also in attendance was the Soroptimist International Federation President who is a former member of Bridgend Club.      

Fun at Fonmon

Fun at Fonmon

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President Kathryn, members, friends and guests from Cardiff Club spent a very pleasant afternoon at Fonmon Castle. After an interesting and informative guided tour everyone sat down to a delicious cream tea . We were pleased to have the chance to speak with Lord Boothby who entertained us with tales about the filming of the Rod Gilbert television programme. Rhod was learning how to be a butler.