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Short History of the international Association Ladie's Circle
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Tuesday, 25 September 2012 13:02

 

Short History of the international Association Ladie's Circle

Ladie’s Circle Club was made up in 1930 in Bournemouth in the south of the England by the wives of the members of the Round Table, club made up in the same town in 1928.

Until 1936 there have been made up enough clubs to form a National Association of the clubs in the United Kingdom and Ireland. During the war the activities were limited at social obligations, help given in hospitals, actions for the populations, clothes for orphans etc.

 

 

Between 1947 and 1949 Ladies Circle Clubs were made up in Sweden and Denmark. The idea of forming an organization called LADIES CIRCLE INTERNATIONAL became a real fact on the 29th of May 1959 when the first Conference took place at Leiden, Holland. Ladies Circle Club extended to new countries and continents in 1959 Ladies Circle Finland was mde up. It followed LC Norway (1961), LC Belgium and then LC Hong Kong in 1967, LC France, LC India in 1970, LC Kenya (1971) and LC Germany in 1972.

At the General Meeting held in Rimini, Italy, in 1994, an imported role was adopted, on the basis of witch the clubs that belong on LC International became completely independent from the Round Table.

LCI organization gathers nowadays in 33 National Associations thousands of members from all around the world.

LC Club is nowadays openend to all the ladies having between 18 and 40 (in some countries like United Kingdom and Romania 45).

 

LADIES CIRCLE ROMANIA

On the 30th of October 1992 was made up in Brasov the first LC Club from Romania having as godfather the Club LC Dekempen from Holland.

LC 1 Brasov received the international recognition in the presence of the National Associations from United Kingdom and Belgium and also of the representants of the Public Local Administration.

It followed LC 2 Drobeta Turnu Severin, LC 3 in Brasov, LC 4 in Suceava, LC 5 in Bucharest. The National Association LC from Romania belongs to LC International since 1994 and obliges to respect its statue.

The following period were made up clubs in Campulung Muscel, (1996), LC 7 Brasov (1998), LC 8 Craiova (1998), LC 10 Pitesti (1999), LC 11 Galati (2000), LC 12 Ratmicu Valcea (2000), LC 13 Timisoara (2000), LC 15 Slatina (2001). In present the National Association LC Romania reache the number of 103 ladies and 12 clubs.

 

 

Round Table No 11 Brasov