On the show last Saturday, Paula Hurst joined the Girls Around Town to talk about the Rotary Club of Newark‘s recruitment drive for new members – especially women!
She also shared details of an upcoming event to help raise funds for Beaumond House.
Just in case you weren’t able to make a note of the contact details at the time, here they are again…
If you’re a local businesswoman interested in finding out more about Rotary, check out their website or give Paula a call on 01636 673731.
The Charity Quiz Night takes place on Thursday 22 October, from 6pm to 9pm, at Newark Town Club on Barnbygate. Entry is £35 per team of four, which includes pie, mash and peas.
Contact Paula for an entry form – the deadline for registrations is Friday 16 October.
From four friends meeting around a table in Chicago in 1905 to discuss how they could work together to help the wider community, Rotary International has now grown to encompass 34,282 clubs with more than 1.2 million members across 200 countries.
The organisation crossed the Atlantic in 1914 and 10 years later the Rotary Club of Newark held its first meeting in the Town Hall, with 22 founder members charged an entry fee of one guinea.
Paula Hurst, a committee member of the Newark club, will be joining June, Tina and Sue this Saturday to talk about its work and the current campaign to encourage more local women to become Rotarians. Yes, the Girls Around Town thought it was strictly men only too – but since women were admitted in the 1980s, they now make up 15 per cent of membership internationally.
With the usual helping of great music and some interesting snippets from the news thrown in for good measure,there’ll be plenty of reasons to tune in to 107.8FM or listen online from 10am to 1pm on Saturday…