The following items have gone missing from the the club kitchen:
3 Soup Ladles
1 Large silver Soup pot
3 silver trays
If anybody has any info, please contact Brian Lanni- contact details here
We had a successful day at the County Show, not only by selling copies of the 50th Anniversary Book, but through other key fund raising activities and selling Club raffle tickets – all of which gave Club funds a good boost, and many of the Go Go Olive figures sporting ORFC colours sold well too.
Later on in the day the Club was REALLY busy after the Parish Cup final and that too gave Club funds a further boost.
Come along and visit the Orkney RFC Stand at the County Show from 9am tomorrow!
As well as the Bottle Stall, exclusive ORFC Gogo Olive collectibles will be on sale as well as your last chance to get a copy of the 50th Anniversary Book.
There are less than 100 copies remaining, and once they're gone, they're GONE! So if you're thinking of getting one as a Christmas present, don't miss this opportunity!
Also, you can enter the raffle for a chance to WIN a signed copy by Scottish Rugby President, Dee Bradbury!
Stall volunteers – Can you spare a few hours on Show day to work on the stall, all welcome players/ former players/ social members/ players parents etc etc etc, ‘ Many hands make fur light work , ya ken’. If you can at all help please contact Scott Rendall, Paige Archibald or Brian Lanni and let them know (contact details here). Please, please, please , pretty please……………
Well my journey around the parishes finished in The Hope today and it was another interesting day – beautiful sunshine and calm weather helped of course
I sold one book to a lovely couple – Pam and Martin, who hail from Glasgow but who have a house in Holm these days
There were lots of conversations with others but on the whole they were visitors to Orkney and not interested in buying one of our books, but they were impressed that our Club had gone to the trouble of publishing a book to celebrate ORFC’s 50th anniversary.
It was great visiting Holm and Deerness today to promote the ORFC 50th Anniversary Book. Not that we really need to promote it hard these days as we have less than 200 copies left.
While in Holm I popped into Marty Flett’s offices to ask if folk there could put a couple of our leaflets in front of their staff and if they could put a couple of leaflets into the Post Office tomorrow as it was closed at the time I was in the village, and a lovely lady agreed to do both of these things on our behalf
Later on I was pleased when Kristian Cooper came by my Holm stop for a blether and to pay for his book, and I met his doggie companion Nessa.
When I got to Deerness I was in need of sugar and bought a Bounty bar at Deerness Stores, and the ladies there (one of whom was the owner) agreed that I could put one of our boards outside Deerness Stores to help direct folk down to the Community Centre where I was based. Three folk came by but I didn’t sell any books, but that’s not a problem as it’s always good to see folk.
Next stop on my Book Tour will be St Margaret’s Hope on Monday 8 July where I will be outside Cromarty Hall between 1600 and 1800 when I hope a few folk will come to buy a book or just come for a blether.
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