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There was much to discuss at the business meeting, so after the officials had given their reports, voting took place for Federation Vice-President and there was a discussion regarding the vacancy for a Regional Programme Action Officer. President Ros had attended a meeting of the Emergency Response Group and had offered the services of members. Three members had attended the Growing Our Brand session and reported back on that.


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There were three speakers at the second meeting, where the subject was Dementia. Christine Hunter-Hall gave an excellent analogy where the memory is like a bookcase, with recent memories on the top shelf. Lifetime memories are on the lower shelves, with childhood memories on the bottom. If the bookcase tips, it is the items on the top which fall first, while those at the bottom are most secure. She also stressed that dementia is a disease and not a natural ageing process. There was much interaction and discussion. Sarah Bromily gave out cards


with characters on and members had to decide what actions these characters could carry out. Then it was discovered that everyone had the same character but the answers varied, just proving that we all see things from different angles.


If this sounds the kind of organisation you might enjoy, you would be made very welcome. For more information, please contact us via the website. There is also an informal coffee morning on the second Monday of the month at the Lakes Home Centre in Cockermouth at 10.30am. Why not come along, we don’t discuss business, we just chat!


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The cricket match Cockermouth v England PCA Team which Ben Stokes helped organise was a great success.


There is now a DVD available, with over 340 photographs of the day.


The cost is £2.00 which goes towards Club funds and can be purchased from Billy Bowman’s Music Shop.


Raymond Dobie 19 OCTOBER 2017 ISSUE 419 PAGE 63


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