Inner Wheel Club

PUBLISHED: 14:09 06 July 2006 | UPDATED: 11:50 04 May 2010

PRESIDENT Jenny Axford welcomed members to the final meeting of the year and during the annual meting she outlined her programme for her second year in office. During business, reports were given by members who attended the district and world convention i

PRESIDENT Jenny Axford welcomed members to the final meeting of the year and during the annual meting she outlined her programme for her second year in office. During business, reports were given by members who attended the district and world convention in Christchurch. Members were reminded about dates for their diaries. We were disappointed to learn that the tree in Jubilee Gardens has been vandalised.

At the annual meeting, honorary member Pauline Bowerman was elected an active member, Viv Doji and Joyce Dytor continue as honorary members and Jessie Earnshaw as honoured active member. Reports were given by all the officers and officials and thanks given to all those who have served on committees. Jill Sallis, as immediate past president, re-inducted Jenny Axford as president.

Ava Paice, the president of the Ely fund-raising committee of Macmillan-Cancer Support was presented with a cheque for £300, from president Jenny Axford, her chosen charity of the year. Judith Crawley won the raffle and the evening concluded with wine and nibbles.

Next meeting is a visit to Hemingford Grey Manor House, cars will leave Ely at 5pm on July 26. Details from club secretary Mary Robinson.


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