By Ralph Warburton - 3rd January 2017 6:08am
So -We enter this year of 2017.
My year as I see it now:
- Behind the Bar at the Annual 5 A's 'Pantomime from 25th 'to 28th January
- Begin the first of 51 Lord C quizzes on the 3rd January
- Plan and prepare for the huge 17th Music & Arts Festival -- 5 days of music and art exhibitions
- In May Plan the 205th Carnival Day and in the hope we can make it a better free family day
- Build to the peak of the Charity Shop's year when we, the team, headed by Ann Bowles, hope to be giving away more than £25,000 to caring charities
- Continue to manage what is acclaimed as one of the best -- if not the best -- cemeteries in Cheshire.
- Help to run the Audlem Football Team as we strive to win more games this year
- Organise a Grand Dinner Dance in March celebrating the New Annexe
- Organise a Barn Dance in August in Aid of the New Annexe
- Work with the APHAx team as we move with the new annexe to the Hall
- Work as part of the friends of Donna Louise to help them in the financing
- And whatever else comes along.
Happy new year to one and all.
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