SUCCESSFUL FIRST LERRYN LUNCH
Tuesday 24th January 2012
THE FIRST OF THE LERRYN LUNCHES took place on Thursday 19th January. Thirty four people of all ages (including four toddlers) enjoyed each other’s company whilst tucking into a tasty casserole followed by apple crumble and custard. Compliments on the food abounded and it was a truly social occasion which members of Lerryn Women’s Institute enjoyed hosting. During tea and coffee afterwards, Catherine Murphy (President) thanked everyone for supporting the very first lunch, and asked Ronald Elliott (benefactor of the new kitchen) to draw the lucky ticket for a free meal next time. This lucky person was Sue Pearce. The small profit made will go towards the cost of the Hygiene Course which Lerryn Women’s Institute funded for the benefit of both its own members and the members of other organisations in the village. Grateful thanks must go to everyone who contributed in any way to make the lunch such a success and particularly to Rachel Hoole, whose idea it was in the first place to have social lunches in the Memorial Hall. Do look out for details of the next of the lunches, which will be hosted by the mothers of Lerryn Playgroup and the School.