The NI Limousin Cattle Club Committee Members with Ian Davidson Snr & Jnr, Larne invite you along to the Club’s charity barbecue and dance on Saturday 12th September, at Lisburn Rubgy Club, commencing at 7.00pm.
Club chairman Henry Savage said: “This year’s club charity will be the Freeman Heart & Lung Transplant Association/Cystic Fibrosis and it relates very closely to one of our club members Ian Davidson Jnr who recently underwent a successful lung transplant.
“This meant he had to travel to the UK and the FHLTA helps other members of the family to come over and stay during his operation and recovery.”
There will be a charity auction which includes items to over the value of £2,500 including 1 tonne of Champion Mix kindly donated by Thompsons Ltd, a flush voucher kindly donated by Eddie Lynch, ½ tonne of Code 18 meal kindly donated by Barney O’Kane, 1 tonne of fertiliser kindly donated by Robin Coleman, 2 bags of Nitrogen kindly donated by Trevor Warwick, a flush voucher kindly donated by AI Services Ltd, Signed Rubgy T-shirt kindly donated by Francis McAuley, 10 straws of Ampertaine Gigilo kindly donated by James McKay, 5 straws of Copilot kindly donated by Derek Hume and much more.
Cost of Tickets £15.00 for a 8oz steak barbecue pack and £10.00 for a sausage and burger pack with side trimmings. For tickets please contact committee members or club secretary Heather Hume on 07850603023 by 10th September.