Grace, Aims & Objectives, Final Toast



“Lord as we enjoy this food and fellowship, may we be ever mindful of those less fortunate. Amen.”

Alternatively, some clubs may want to continue using the Round Table Grace:
“May we oh Lord adopt thy creed,
Adapt our ways to serve thy need
And we who on thy bounty feed
Improve in thought, in word and deed.

Aims & Objectives:

  • To ensure that the hinges of friendship never rust
  • To develop the acquaintance of ex-Tablers through the medium of their various occupations and affiliated clubs
  • To maintain the highest ideals in business, professional and civic tradition.
  • To recognise the worthiness of all legitimate occupations and to dignify each his own by precept and example.
  • To further these ideals by meetings, visits, discussions and related activities.

Final Toast:

The traditional 41 Club ‘Final Toast’ is:
“May the hinges of friendship never rust”

Alternatively, the following may be used:
“To Continued Friendship”