Tarvin W I -Food for Thought

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Tarvin WI held its first monthly meeting of 2014 on January 29th. The meeting was opened by the President Mrs Irene Wilkinson and commenced by the singing of Jerusalem
On completion of the business the President introduced Celia Kinnersley from Peckforton and Beeston WI, who was to be part of the evening entertainment. The evening's topic was Food for Thought; Celia began with a poem and was then followed by Irene doing demonstrations of food. The demonstrations were interspersed with poems. A lot of laughter took place and at the end of the evening the food was tasted by all members

Our next monthly meeting will be at Tarvin Community Centre on Wednesday 26th February at 7.30pm. Speaker will be Laurie Marsh -Owning an Olympic Horse
Vitors and or new members welcome to attend.

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