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This week we changed our meeting up a little and spent a delightful social evening with a presentation on the trip to Greece, taken last fall by some of our members, family and friends.
It was held in the Ellerslie Rugby Club Hall, and as it was an evening function, we could have beer and wine available. Dimitri Papanicoulas gave an introduction to the trip, which he had organised, Ken Sutley presented an overview of the trip, complemented by a slide presentation and Donna Hutton spoke about the Rotary functions they had attended while in Greece, and talked about the school for handicapped that they visited.
It made for a nice social evening, with many spouses and friends in attendance, that was enjoyed by all.
INQUIRY FOR INTEREST FOR A TRIP TO GREECE IN SEPTEMBER 2017
After the 2016 successful Tour of Greece there has been an interest in a repeat. If you or acquaintances of yours are interested in participating in an 8 to 10 days bus tour of Greece please send an e-mail to Dimitri Papanicolas at firstname.lastname@example.org in order to receive more information. The number of participants should not exceed 20, on first come first saved basis. We will also connect with a few Rotary Clubs during the trip and see if we can organize a visit. The tour is open to non-Rotarian too.
The tour will take place in the mainland visiting archeological sites, religious sites, overall site seeing (see map) and of course some local food, wine, ouzo and shopping. Island and cruise tours can be organized separately before or after the tour.
You don't want to miss this great opportunity to mingle and get to know your fellow Rotarians and partners.
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Full description and details: HERE
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With the number of members in this club either owning or operating a business, we are getting a very poor interest in this nice little generator of funds for the club.
Are the rates too steep? I don't think so, but if you do, please let us know.
If you have any bright ideas on how to promote this little initiative, please speak up.