Maureen McCaw, who has attended Rathfarnham Meeting since its early days, did the honours of cutting the special cake while the children of the meeting looked on. The cake was made by Noel Jenkins.
The meeting house and social centre, which was designed by Quaker architect David Haughton and has recently been listed as a protected structure, was built on land given by Lamb Brothers – the Quaker firm of jam manufacturers.
Maureen reminisced about “the sociable fun (and intense competition!) of tennis and badminton” over the years and gave thanks for “the vibrancy of the children, the future of the Meeting.”
She said: “Rathfarnham welcomes a number of Attenders who are attracted by the Quaker attitude to the life and spirit of Christ, the peaceful green setting and the Friendly sense of community.”
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