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Category Archives: Fellowship
Recently Nigel and Margaret Day spent 18 days in South Africa. Yesterday they visited Cameo to talk about their experience and show pictures. The Cameo members were delighted with the afternoon’s entertainment which was topped off with cheese and biscuits, … Continue reading
No, its not Halloween! We’ve received some photos, taken at recent Cameo meetings, of magic man Grenville Burn and Heathrow Chaplain Major Melvyn Ackroyd. Both afternoons were well received by those attending.
This was the theme for the weekend when Chatham Songsters, under the leadership of Carolynn Woodman, visited Stowmarket Corps last weekend.
What on earth is that? Those attending Cameo last Wednesday found out and tried it for themselves. Major Estelle Clack
Chief Joseph Ole Tipanko of the Maasai Tribe in Kenya was in town again
We had a great CAMEO yesterday with Tim Scott, writes Major Estelle Clack Every 30 seconds a train leaves the station underground Chief Joseph Ole Tipanko of the Maasai Tribe in Kenya visited us as well!
This month the focus of the meeting was to donate and prepare surprise gift bags for people who attend the LIFE drop in this week. It was a fun evening as you can see from the photos.
Major Estelle Clack has reported as follows: Cameo this week was privileged to host the school choir from Lordswood Primary School under their leader Kate Boughton, who also happens to be Chatham SA’s Singing Company Leader. Here are some pictures … Continue reading
Ruth Woodhouse The guest speaker at Cameo (Come and Meet Each Other) is Ruth Woodhouse who works in the Oliver Fisher Special Care Baby Unit. Why not come along and hear all about it. Commences about 1.30 and is … Continue reading
At the beginning of the year we decided to have some fun and learn different ways of tying a scarf to look beautiful.
This year the group tried a new venue, the Bridgewood Manor Hotel. A Christmas menu was served and everyone had a great time. Our thanks go to Barbara and Graham Hatton for making the arrangements
This year a new venue was tried, Gillingham Golf Club. Lovely meal and good company.
Jean Jones writes: Now is the time of year to think of others less fortunate than ourselves. Members of the Ladies Fellowship once again donated and collected items to give to the homeless on Christmas Day.
Recently it has been our privilege to welcome retired officers Majors Peter and Estelle Clack to our Corps fellowship.