District boules match against Lymington 16th May at Lymington.
Unfortunately one of our team did not turn up, but Lymington, sportingly decided to continue.
Despite their luxury of selecting a team of 6 from 10 volunteers in a Club of 50, our press ganged 5 players prevailed
We won Now for the next round.
Paul Harris is recognised as the founder of the Rotary worldwide organisation in 1905 and Rotary ideals are based on the principles of Philanthropy and Fellowship. In 1957 the Paul Harris Fellowship (PHF) was established to recognise those who are considered to have ascribed to these ideals. It remains the highest accolade that can be awarded by a Rotary Club.
When Tony Greenwood reluctantly resigned from the Club for health reasons and so that he and his wife, Marcia, could move closer to their family in the Midlands, the members of Highcliffe Rotary Club decided that we could not say farewell to Tony without recognising the enormous contribution he has made to the ongoing success of the Club. Tony joined Highcliffe Rotary Club in 1979 and has been a keen supporter of all we have done for the past 38 years. Tony was the Club’s President in the year 1992 to 1993. Even during recent years as their health was deteriorating, Tony and Marcia would still be at as many of the Club’s functions as they could manage.
Tony recently returned to visit his house in Lymington and a small group of our members took the opportunity to visit Tony to present him with the Paul Harris Fellowship award