The Rotary Club of Gibraltar recently held a first time ever ‘Hog Roast’ banquet to raise money for local Charities. The event was held in the spectacular setting of the Mount and was very well attended with over one hundred people present. All were entertained by a magician peforming his tricks at diners’ tables, followed by a fantastic belly-dance group called Rock Fusion. Their dancing and movements to the sounds of arabic music, together with the vibrant red of their costumes delighted everyone. Throughout the night
Peter Charles provided background music until after the meal when most people enjoyed dancing the remainder of the night away.
Rotary President, Mr Julian Risso opened the event with a few words of welcome, and later thanked everyone who helped, donated to and attended the evening. Miss Gibraltar looking lovely, handed the raffle/draw prizes (generously donated by many local businesses) out to the winners.
After this Mr Risso presented a bouquet of flowers to the Fund Raising Committee’ s Chairperson, Mrs Jane Hart and thanked her and her team for arranging such a wonderful and successful night.
All funds raised at the event are for Rotary Charities which includes Calpe House, Royal Gibraltar Benevolent Fund and Shelterboxes. Rotary Club of Gibraltar would like to thank everyone for their contribution to the success of the evening.