The photograph also shows Soroptimist International Harrogate & District’s President’s Hilary Waddington and Elsie Johnston, members Sue Williams, Pat Shore & Sandra Jowett. Together with Knaresborough Lions President Bob Godsell and his wife Pamela and library staff member Maria Burley and volunteers Ged Williams and Keith Harmer.
The photograph also shows Soroptimist International Harrogate & District’s President’s Hilary Waddington and Elsie Johnston, members Sue Williams, Pat Shore & Sandra Jowett. Together with Knaresborough Lions President Bob Godsell and his wife Pamela and library staff member Maria Burley and volunteers Ged Williams and Keith Harmer

Soroptimist International of Harrogate and District – Library Campaign

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Lions have joined the and District Soroptimist’s Campaign to support local libraries by providing toys, dressing up clothes for story time and huge quantities of craft materials to use during children’s activity sessions. These popular activity sessions encourage young children to attend local community libraries and begin to enjoy reading books.

Knaresborough was delighted to receive £400 From Knaresborough Lions President, Bob Godsell. They say it has made a huge difference to their current resources and Jaime Berry, aged 8, could not wait to open the new toys and crafts.

For more information about the Harrogate & District Soroptimists Club and how to become a member or offer your support to this worthwhile project visit sihandd@hotmail.co.uk

Meetings are held at The White Hart hotel on the first and third Wednesday at 7:30pm

 




 


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