group's 1950s-themed fundraising night turns back time!
1950s theme party was held by a Burnham-On-Sea group to raise
funds for good causes at the weekend.
60 members of Burnham's Moose International Lodge were swept back
to the 1950s for the club's annual Governor's New Years
Party on Saturday (February 7th).
jived and danced, while others sang along and foot-tapped to a
line-up of rockn roll numbers and ballads from Chris Evans'
got into the spirt of the occasion with 1950s-style fancy dress,
winning prizes for the most authentic costumes.
was provided by members of the club's Social Committee with a
full table buffet and licensed bar, plus the usual raffles helping
Governor Mike Lang said: "It was a great evening and we thank
all those involved for their hard work, including Chris Evans
for the excellent entertainment and a demonstration of Jive dance
Circle President Doreen Atyeo also thanked those involved, saying
that the club's events are successful thanks to the teamwork within
profits went towards supporting Alzheimers charities, with
a separate whisky raffle raising £40 towards supporting
RNLI flood rescue.
Karen and 'Pink Lady' Abi Fear; Edwina Bishop and Pat Carter;
Rockn Rollers Brian Mudge, Khalil Kattanna, Chris Harris,
Brian Hood and Ron Fisher; DJ Chris Evans at work; The catering
team of Maggie Gully, Dot Anderson, Sue Loxton, Greg Fear, and
Doreen Fisher; Hard at work behind the bar Jim Dolan and Terry
Cornelius; and best authentic dressers Ron Fisher and Rita Harris
(pics Mike Lang)