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Southwold RBL Women's Section

PUBLISHED: 09:00 10 April 2009 | UPDATED: 08:50 06 July 2010

The meeting opened with exhortation and silent tribute. The chairman welcomed all to the meeting, especially our new member Ruth Chapman. Members hope that she will enjoy the meetings, activities and friendship.

The meeting opened with exhortation and silent tribute. The chairman welcomed all to the meeting, especially our new member Ruth Chapman. Members hope that she will enjoy the meetings, activities and friendship. Members' love and thoughts are sent to member Sue Langley and husband Graham whose son has had a very bad accident. God bless you all. Minutes were read, approved and signed. Peggy Goffin and Ann Robbins had a stall at the get-together and raised £30 for branch funds. Sue Doy had her boutique stall for county funds. Fish and chips, cream tea and entertainment made it a most enjoyable day. This was at Wickham Market. The financial statement, balance in bank £296.47. The case worker has had her CRB passed. This enables her to work with elderly and young people. The branch's delegate to national conference at Eastbourne in April went through the motions for the way they wanted to vote. Also the members read the four candidates CV's who were putting up for National Vice-chairman and voted for who they wanted. Members enjoyed tea and biscuits. The raffle was drawn and two games of bingo were played. The next meeting is on Wednesday, April 15 at RBL headquarters at 2.30pm.


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