While there have been two previous articles about this event, one on the website and the other in the May edition of London Roar, we would like to draw your further attention to what is going to be a most memorable and moving occasion to mark the 100th Anniversary of the end of the First World War and to honour those members of the Club who died fighting for the Country.
Rob van Mesdag died on 18 July 2018 thus ending a full and colourful life that brought joy and laughter to those who had the good fortune to know him. His Memorial Service will take place at All Saints Chuch, Fulham at 1.30 pm on Wednesday 3 October 2018. All are welcome.
About 60 members attended the Annual General Meeting of London Rowing Club which took place on Wednesday 25 July 2018. Club President Mike Baldwin chaired the meeting. Tim Grant was elected Club Captain for a second year. Kathleen Curran succeeded Jason Danciger as Honorary House Steward (Functions).
The following Officers and Committee were elected:
President: Mike Baldwin
Vice Presidents: Mike Williams, Ben Helm
Captain: Tim Grant
Chairman: Robert Downie
Hon. Secretary: Jeremy Hudson
Asst. Hon. Secretary: Christopher Grainger
Hon. Treasurer: Jason Gray
Hon. House Steward (Functions): Kathleen Curran
Hon. House Steward (Building): Josh McInerney
Committee members: Jana Downie, Ciaran Hayes, Luis Orozco, Seb Pearce, Richard Philips, Miles Preston, Bob Silver, Jean-Pierre van Tiel
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