Calendar, Forthcoming Attractions, Requests and Jokes
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Please contact Ian McTurk for more details.
Mike Hindle is our Sports Officer and raises teams for each of the District 1190 competitions. These are the normal ones:-
Ten-pin bowling – Three rounds, semi-final and final played September to March.
Grey games – Four rounds, semi-final and final played October to April.
Table tennis – Three rounds, semi-final and final played November to March.
Snooker – Four rounds, semi-final and final played January to April.
Golf – A Stableford competition usually played on one day in September.
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Can you beat this joke. Please email your joke to Richard Wallwork
A selection from top 50 old jokes
A man walks into a bar with a roll of Tarmac under his arm and says: “Pint please, and one for the road.”
I’m on a whisky diet. I’ve lost three days already .
“Doc, I can’t stop singing The Green, Green Grass Of Home.” He said: “That sounds like Tom Jones syndrome.” “Is it common?” I asked. “It’s not unusual,” he replied.
Photo competition at our evening meeting on March 12th,2018
Members and partners can submit up to two photographs, a 5×7, 8×6 or 10×8 [in any combination] for independent judging. You must use photographic paper. The photos can be taken on any device. Please bring your photographs on the night. Anyone unable to attend on competition night please let Malcolm have your photos and he will enter them for you.
This year it is an open competition the winners will go head to head with 1st, 2nd and 3rd places from the photograph competition at Great Harwood & Rishton Rotary later in the year.
Past Present and Future
Who we are, where and when we meet...
Via the M6: exit at Junction 29 and follow the signs for the M65 Blackburn, Burnley. Exit at Junction 7 and turn left at the roundabout. At the traffic lights turn left. The hotel is 80m further along on the left.
On-site car parking is available
Transport Services close to the hotel
Accrington Train Station (2.1 miles / approximately 8 minutes)
International Chairman (incl. Nepal)
Youth Services Chairman
This diagram cleverly shows the various roles in the club and any inter-relationships that exist.