THE Rotary Club of Morley is looking for new members to get involved in fundraising and make new friends.
“The people of Morley must be some of the most generous people in the world, “ said president Ken Aveyard.
“Even in these difficult economic times Morley folk will still put their hands in their pockets or purses when they know they are helping the Rotary Club raise funds for good causes. Morley people are the best.”
For more than 60 years now Morley Rotary Club has been able to call upon support from the local community to raise funds for many worthwhile causes.
Sometimes individuals have been given a helping hand - such as with the rotary club’s scholarship scheme for students moving from school into higher education - and at other times deserving sections of the community have benefitted, not only financially but also because of the commitment, dedication and enthusiasm of the men and women members of the rotary club.
“As always, the club seeks to be able to increase its influence by attracting new members,” Mr Aveyard said.
“If you feel you can use your time, talent, skills and energy to improve the lives of others we would like to hear from you.
“The more, the merrier. You can never have too many people sharing Rotary ideals of service - and having a good time while doing so.”
Morley Rotary Club meets fortnightly on Tuesday lunchtimes at the Manor Golf Club in Drighlington.
Anyone interested can just go along to the meetings or call 0113 2532717 for more information.