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RCLV Bi-Monthly Newsletter_Dec&Jan2018_Issue47v6_26Jan2018

RCLV Newsletter January 2018

RCLV Bi-Monthly

NEWSLETTER ROTARY CLUB OF LODDON VALE President (Jan-June) 2018: Rodney Huggins Bi-Monthly Newsletter Issue 47 December 2017/January 2018 Loddon Vale thanks local citizens for bumper Christmas float donations (From Reading Chronicle - 18th January 2018) For the past 44 years Loddon Vale Rotary Club has provided much-needed shards of magic at Christmas time with its colourful Christmas Santa and sleigh touring the streets of the patch and outside major stores to the delight of children and families in the area. This year was no exception with no fewer than 10 sleigh THE INTERIM NEWSLETTER During Tahir’s period of rehabilitation it’s been agreed that we will produce an abbreviated Newsletter to meet the short-term needs of Members. This issue includes :- Loddon Vale salutes generosity of local people over Christmas (front page & pg. 2) Immediate Past President Trevor’s Tasty Treats (page 2) Loddon Vale Christmas photo tree (page 3) CommuniTrees Planting on Woodland Avenue with Addington School (page 4) PHOTOS from around Loddon Vale (GUESS THE EVENTS - Win a bottle of wine )(pg. 7) Forthcoming Events, Birthdays & Duties (page 6) routes criss-crossing the conurbation and 7 static locations outside stores providing a wide opportunity for the children and families to enjoy Santa and Christmas carols in the prelude to Christmas. There were even occasions when Rotarians were heard singing requested Christmas carols, without musical accompaniment, to shoppers in local restaurants and stores. These Christmas float collections are a main part of our annual charity fundraising effort and we are delighted to report that the generosity of the local residents has realised almost £9,000, which will be distributed to worthy local causes during 2018. The Rotary Club of Loddon Vale (RCLV) would like to extend a massive thank you to the residents of Woodley, Sonning, Earley, Twyford and surrounding areas for their generosity in donating to the RCLV Santa Sleigh outside supermarkets and door to door collections. At the same time, we would also like to thank Woodley Town Centre and local supermarkets for allowing us to collect outside their premises – Waitrose in Woodley & Twyford and Sainsburys in Winnersh – we really appreciate your support in this enterprise. (cont. page 2 column 2) 1

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