The Club Opens Its Doors Wide To Charities


The Club Opens Its Doors Wide To Charities


 The Club in Quesada whilst always open to charity events has recently had no less than 3 events in 4 days!  Starting with a Fashion Show and Ladies Pamper Day and then an evening peformance by Stevie Spit followed by a fun day on Friday organised by Nicola Etheridge and Suzi Cooper with a Free to Enter Draw sponsored by local estate agent Spanish Life Properties sl and Blacktower Financial Management Group.

Pam Donovan and Glynis Chapman visitors to The Club on Friday 31st July are pictured here with Dave Diggle from Blacktower doing his version of Harry Worth!

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The Club always well known for entertainment and very popular artists will now be hosting even more daytime events, coming up on Tuesday 18th August is an Afternoon of Clairvoyance with Alison Wynne-Ryder the Quirky Medium 12.00 midday until 6.00p.m. tickets for this event are €10 and Alison will also have a few slots for one to one readings – email [email protected] for full details and to reserve a ticket.

A selection of tempting snacks and lunches will be available during the day.

In the future there are plans for a whole range of events including a Magic Show, Afternoon Tea, Art Competition, Casino Night, and a BIG 50% OFF Sale Fashion Show in October.

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