THE Rotary Club of South Holland held its 28th annual charter dinner in the Marquee Suite at Springfields in Spalding.
A total of 110 guests and Rotarians were present, representing 15 other Rotary clubs as well as the Spalding Lions and the Inner Wheel.
President elect David Turner gave the toast to Rotary International and Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland, and the district governor Linda May responded by explaining how much Rotary had achieved in conjunction with the World Health Organisation in helping to eradicate Polio from the world.
Club president Keith Brown thanked members for their support for projects and vice-president Bruce Alexander proposed a toast to the club’s guests and visiting Rotarians. Tony Worth, the Lord Lieutenant of Lincolnshire and the evening’s main guest, responded by explaining his role as the Queen’s representative in Lincolnshire.