Luckily the weather was very good for me last Sunday. Sadly, the pink balls kindly given to me by my Vice Captain, Keith Dye, had no intention of going on the 18 th green. For me that was the only downside to my day. I thank you all for supporting me and for all my lovely cards and presents.
My aim is to keep you, the members, healthy both in body and mind. In case you couldn’t make it, my charities are firstly a Defibrillator which we will keep at our club for anybody to use. I hope to raise enough money to pay for it by my Captains day on the 3rd of June. My next charity which I regularly use, is the Chest and Heart. If you haven’t been along recently please go along to be checked out, it’s a free service. For more information, please ask, I can point you in the right direction. Last but not least, Guernsey Mind. One in three people suffer with mental health problems and while it has been taboo in the past there are people who can help.
I have had a few more of you come forward for my Captain’s draw which I thank you. It would be great to get fifty people for a good return on your money.
Last Sunday we managed to raise £650.00 for our charities. Selling pegs raised £500.00 and auctioning my parking space for the first six months of the year to John Le Noury raised another £150.00.
I think we have had a fantastic start to the year and I once again thank you all for supporting me.
I would also like to thank Jamie Blondel for selecting my first and second team along with the Hampshire Sevens. I would also like to thank Alan Mahy for selecting our Senior teams. I thank you both for giving up your valuable time.
Peter Le Sauvage