Northbridge Rotary Club held another successful Senior’s luncheon on Saturday 3 March 2017 at St Marks Hall in Tunks Street Northbridge.
Inclement weather did not deter 80 guests from attending the annual lunch for seniors in our community. They were attended by over 30 hardworking Rotarians and friends, who served a delicious three course meal with  appropriate refreshments.
Guests were entertained by a talented young local violinist and they received gifts provided by Northbridge Compounding Pharmacy or a complimentary coffee card from the Inner Cravings Café  in the Northbridge Plaza.
A special prize was awarded to Mr  Geoff Lamb who, at 103 years of age, was the oldest  in attendance.  
Mayor Giles-Gidney welcomed the guests on matters of interest, including Council merger developments. This was followed by an entertaining question and answer session on the reasons why she entered politics, moderated by Rotarian Peter McNair. The Mayor also thanked Rotary for their service to the community and all their work to make the lunch a success.
The following email from one of our guests summarised the day:  
Dear Peter, 
Please convey my sincere thanks to all Rotarians, photographer, musician and volunteers serving drinks, for their generosity of their time and hard work and to Pat for the lift. 
Food was delicious and was served with smile. This type of function gives seniors an opportunity to meet people and discuss their interests and build up friendships. 
Kind Regards, 
Once again, the lunch was an entertaining and successful day for all concerned. 
Ranald Stewart