luncheon club

luncheon club

n
1. (Social Welfare) social welfare (in Britain) an arrangement or organization for serving hot midday meals for a small charge to old people in clubs or daycentres
2. a society or group of people who meet regularly for an organized lunch: a ladies' luncheon club.
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The Arden Ladies Luncheon Club WE are a group of "ladies who Lunch" at The Bridge Club, Warwick Road, on the last Monday of each month.
Huddersfield Ladies' Lifeboat Luncheon Club meets every month at Greenhead Masonic Hall on Greenhead Road.
The luncheon club encourages integration for people with disabilities with the community, and demonstrates that people with disabilities can, with staff support, provide a worthwhile activity for everyone to enjoy.
SO Cardiff council has decided to end the grants for some services for the elderly, which includes the PS36,170 grant to the Wyndham Street Centre and PS900 to the RVS's Rhiwbina Luncheon Club.
MASTERCHEF competitor Chad Hughes was kept busy yesterday cooking up a feast for dozens of diners at a luncheon club.
A popular luncheon club, where pensioners can enjoy a hot nutritious meal and a spot of bingo, is reaching more people thanks to a pounds 1,000 grant from Sport Relief.
Caron Matchet welcomed volunteers from the day and luncheon club at the Church of the Risen Christ in Wyken Croft, Wyken.
Margie first met Betjeman in the summer of 1929 but became his second mistress after, as secretary of the Jersey Ladies Literary Luncheon Club, she invited Betjeman to give a lecture in 1960.
The Ludgate Partnership in Birmingham launched the inaugural Ludgate Luncheon Club for female professionals.
Among the initiatives funded by the FSA grants are a luncheon club in Machynlleth, Powys; an information day at the All Nations Centre, Cardiff;
Parker became drama critic for Vanity Fair and with two other writers for the magazine--Robert Benchley and Robert Sherwood--formed the nucleus of the Algonquin Round Table, an informal luncheon club held at New York City's Algonquin Hotel.
At The Lincoln Building, we expect to continue to benefit from our Sixty East Luncheon Club and our Law Library.