The Rotary Club of Langport and Somerton, recently presented the Langport and Huish Youth Club with a cheque for £250, for the purchase of a new Gazebo, and sports equipment.
The Youth Club has a membership of up to 100 teenagers, with nearly 20 attending from Curry Rivel.
The Youth Clubs previous Gazebo was blown away at a fund raising event at Yeovilton, and was ripped to shred. The Rotary Club is thrilled to help the Youth Club to purchase the new heavy duty Gazebo, that is used for many outdoor events, like BBQ's, Camping, and fund raising.
The Rotary Club and the Youth Club are looking forward to a joint BBQ next year.
To find out more of what Rotary is doing in the area go to www.langportandsomertonrotary.org/
Or call Clive on 01458 251399
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