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This year's Rotary Medieval Feast was organized in support of World Polio Day and the World's Greatest Meal - a meal to help end Polio. Thanks to everyone who came out to support his important cause. A total of $90 was raised throughout the evening and a great time was had by all. Thank you to Rotarian, Michael Zang for organizing this year's event.

Welcome Verity Taylor who will represent the Summerland Rotary Club in this year's Summerland Blossom Pageant. Summerland Rotarian, Linda Van Alphen, and myself joined Verity at the banner presentations that took place on Tuesday, November 13th at the council chambers at City Hall. The event is short and sweet but the girls feel proud to receive their banners. Below are photos taken from the evening. You may notice a few other familiar faces. In the group photo are the Blossom Pageant candidates and in front of them are the Blossom Buds. The Blossom Buds shadow the older girls in some of the activities.

L-R: Our Candidate in this year's Blossom Pageant, Verity Taylor, along with Summerland Rotarians, Ann Kemp and Linda Van Alphen

 

2018/2019 Summerland Blossom Pageant candidates with their Blossom Buds in front of them

Over 32 Rotarians, guests and friends joined us for our 2nd annual Rotary Medieval Feast last year in 2017

We wil be celebrating World Polio Day with the World's Greatest Meal - a meal to help end Polio. Details as follows:

Mark your calendars for our second social gathering of the fall - a Rotary Medieval Feast! - which will be taking place on Friday, November 23rd at 6 pm at Gasthuas Pub in Peachland.
Gasthaus on the Lake
5790 Beach Ave, Peachland
Friday, November 23rd
6:00 pm
 
Have a feast fit for a king this November! The Gasthaus’ legendary medieval dinners are a perfect way to make your dinner gathering even more memorable. Pewter plates, dripping wax candelabras, stuffed boar’s head, your waitress in costume and everyone taking on the role of a medieval diner are part of the fun but overshadowed by the impressive feast. We start with homemade bread hot out of the stone oven. Next we serve piping hot soup out of the castle-sized fireplace. The main event is the huge 150lb cast iron pan that two chefs bring to your table. Loaded with ribs, chicken, duck, schnitzel, pork hock, ham and much more. Lastly hot apple fritters are served with ice cream and whipped cream. Cost is $31.90 per person + tax and gratuity (with kids being half this price). More information about the medieval dinners can be found on the Gasthaus website located at http://www.gasthaus.ca/medieval-events. Guests, spouses, and friends are welcome to attend!
 
Please note - in order to have our Rotary Medieval Feast a go, we will need a minimum of 10 individuals participate in the feast. If you plan on attending, please RSVP your attendance no later than Sunday, November 18th by clicking the link so we know how many to reserve for.
 

Guests, spouses and friends are all welcome to attend!​
 
We look forward to seeing you all on Friday, November 23rd!
 
 
 
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