A great morning spent checking, and in Davina’s case, wrapping, Box of Hope boxes for the Philippines. It was lovely seeing the gifts people have put in the boxes, the messages from the children and the decorations on the boxes. Well done all involved.
We’ve got a busy month in November with Box of Hope and the Pedal Kart, however we have still managed to fit in a couple of social events around everything else that’s going on!
On Friday 21st November, we will be going to the ABC restaurant in Sheung Wan to help them celebrate their ‘birthday’. As those who have been before will know, this is a fun night with great food and free flowing champagne! We have booked a table of 10, and may be able to increase the numbers, but it’s a popular night, so first come, first served!
On Tuesday 25th November, we will be visiting the Hong Kong Maritime Museum on Pier 8, and will then have lunch at Cafe 8.
Please let us know if you would like to join us for either (or both!) of these social outings.
Yours in friendship, HKLC Social Committee
Good morning ladies,
Just a gentle reminder of the 2 social events we have lined up for you this week:
Thursday 25th September:
Walk from Parkview via the reservoirs to Stanley, a gentle, mainly flat, walk with the option of a cuppa or lunch at the end in Stanley.
Karen and Lynn are going to do this walk anyway, we have Sharon and (maybe) Davina confirmed too – if anyone else would like to join us, please email back here so we know who to wait for!
We will meet at 9.30 at the top of Parkview, by the gates to Tai Tam, the walk should take a couple of hours.
The weather forecast at the moment is cloudy, obviously if it’s raining we will have a rethink and advise those who have said they are coming.
Friday 26th September:
The Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning – is being held at Jenny Dev’s place in Mid Levels (address to be forwarded soon), from 10am to noon(ish).
Please come along to help raise money for this worthwhile Cancer charity in the UK, tell your friends, bring some cakes, eat some cakes, drink tea/coffee/juice, have a catch up with old friends and meet some new ones, have a go at the fund raising games Macmillan have given to each coffee morning – and we can put Hong Kong on the map too!
Hope to see many of you at either of this weeks events!
It’s only 2 and a half weeks away… that time of year where we can all ‘legitamately’ sit and drink coffee/tea, eat cakes and have a good old natter, and still raise lots of dollars for a worthwhile charity!
Yes, the Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning is nearly here.
What do we need you to do to help make this as successful as last year???
Spread the word, bake some cakes (or shop bought!) and be there to be part of a great morning of fun. Macmillan have provided a couple of ‘games’, which will cost a couple of dollars to have a go – remember it all goes to a great charity.
Jenny Dev has once again agreed to host – thank you Jenny. We will email Jenny’s address nearer the time.
Please take the time to ask your friends to pop in – maybe there are some budding Ladies Circler’s out there?
We look forward to seeing you there!
We hope you have all had a fantastic summer, wherever you have been, or just ‘enjoying’ the heat in HK? We are all slowly returning to normality, with most children back to school next week, and time for LCHK to start back again after a couple of months off!
As you are aware, we have our Welcome Back drinks on the 27th in Iberico, we are looking forward to seeing many of you there – those who have replied as a yes are Sharon H, Emma and Lisa (+1). If you are intending to come, please can you let us know as we will be booking a table in the next few days (Iberico is very popular) – thanks. Also, if you have met anyone new to HK over the summer and would like her to come along as a potential new member, to see what we’re all about, that’d be great, can I just ask that you let us know, from a numbers perspective.
Also, please remember our Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning on 26th September, more details to follow, but in the meantime, please save the date in your diaries/calendars etc as we’d love lots of people to come throughout the morning, to make it even more successful.
There are a couple more social events coming up in September which we will advise about in due course.
Yours in friendship
Karen and Caroline
A small group of us had a little stroll (although a couple came dressed for a power walk!) around Lugard Road at The Peak, Hong Kong Island’s highest point. The sun shone for us on Thursday, the views were lovely and the lunch at Cafe Deco after was fab.
Thank you Lisa for the photos, did we sign up the stick insect???
Thanks to all ladies from Ladies Circle HK who came to support the project of HK Family Welfare Society – Joyful Rice Dumpling Tuen Ng Festival Home Visit today.
We had the briefing session by social workers, Yvonne and Ms Yip from HKFWS and then we visited the elderly families in Sai Ying Pun and Kennedy town. It was lovely to deliver the goody bags, dumplings, care and love to them.