Rotary looking for new recruits

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The Rotary Club of South Holland is recruiting – looking for men and women who want to help the needy and ill, and who want to have fun doing it.

One of three Rotary clubs in Spalding, the club already has 40 men and women Rotarians who have raised, been given and spent £865,000 in the club’s 26 years.

It has contributed often to the Rotary International campaign which has driven the scourage of poliomyelitis close to extinction.

Locally it spent £250,000 to launch and fund the first five years of St Barnabas Trust’s night-time nursing at home for the terminally ill.

Service above Self is the club’s watchword.

Club president Bruce Alexander said: “We meet most Tuesday evenings for a meal and then a talk, business or social meeting. Husbands and wives are often invited.

“We go out together. We party together. We are good friends.

“Joining Rotary might change your life – and the lives of millions of people locally and around the world.”

To find out more about Rotary, come along – without obligation – to an information evening at the Woodlands Hotel, Pinchbeck Road, Spalding, on Tuesday, any time between 7pm and 9.30pm. For further information call Nick Rangeley on 01775 712432.