Week beginning 8th November programme
This week is once again an open meeting, a chance for people to post what’s been happening with voluntary work they are undertaking in their community, or updates about the eClub projects or something that you might think will be of interest to members. We also want to use open meeting weeks to try to create a way of building relationships in the eClub. So on our Facebook page Tina has suggested we try themed weeks, our theme for this week as part of the open week programme will be Italy, we are suggesting posts could be about:
- places you like in Italy and why
- how to do things in Italy
- things you like about Italy
- images and perceptions of Italy
- fun things to do in Italy
- Italian wines and food to try
- Italian musicians, authors and artists
- or anything else Italian….
We look forward to seeing our first themed week, lets have some fun!
On our Linked In Discussion Page we’d also like to encourage some interaction, as there are some people only on this Social Media. So we want to run the following question, for discussion. ‘Currently we seem to be able to attract more women to join our eClub, does this show that woman are more inclined to embrace change then men?’ Do join in with this discussion on Linked In.
Finally it was a pleasure for President Tim to be invited by Lorna to the opening yesterday of the Uplands School Charity Shop and Cafe, which the eClub has been supporting through Dave. They are very proud of the equipment Dave was able to get for them to help get the shop up and running. We want to continue our involvement and we know there are one or two members who’d like to volunteer. President Tim has volunteer application forms, please let him know if you’d like to help. Plus can we collect the following items for selling in the shop:
- clothes – all sizes
- evening wear
Do also visit the shop to purchase hand-made note books made by the pupils or try the delicious cakes, President Tim’s mouth was watering, but his diet held fast! While at the opening Lorna was promoting E-Rotary and telling people of the eClub’s involvement.