WORKING BEE SUNDAY 23rd May
And what a day it was!!!
As usual it was great fun at the Working Bee at the Clubhouse. The weather was sunny and perfect. Great turnout - great atmosphere. What more could you ask for? Thank you.
The Painters were a-painting. The Window and Glass Cleaners were making things sparkalarkalarkaling..... The Machine Repairers and Maintenance Angels were breathing new life into our equipment, making them look and operate like new. You could hear the little bearings cooing 'thank you' as they were oiled and greased and tightened. Odds and ends were sorted, bits and pieces were put back into their proper place and graffiti scrubbed away.
Lots of freshly baked buns, salad, cheese, chicken, ham etc was provided for lunch. There was even enough for seconds !!! (We have just mentioned the healthy food groups ------ we won't talk about the cakes and vanilla slices etc!!!!). Appetites were impressive and the camaraderie and friendly atmosphere was wonderful.
Even our canine neighbour, ‘Lola’ couldn’t help herself and had to pay a visit to see what was going on. Couldn't tell if she approved or not as she was too preoccupied with making friends with one of our Members, Claudia.
Thank you to all of our many Members who came in on a Sunday and put in a full day’s work to help the Club. There are too many to name and at the risk of overlooking someone, we will leave the photographs to speak for themselves. Apologies to those Members whom the camera did not capture.
Once again, thank you one and all.
Great News. We have our new roof !!!
BUNNINGS SAUSAGE SIZZLE, SUNDAY, 18TH APRIL 2021
THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR OFFERING UP YOUR TIME TO COME AND HELP THE CLUB.
WE WERE FIRING ON ALL GASS CYLINDERS !!!!
The day started out a little slow, but before anyone knew it, things started to heat up. At one stage, orders were coming in so hard and fast that the team had trouble keeping up with the demand.
At the start we weren't sure whether this COVID thing might have an impact on people wanting their usual Bunnings sausage fix, but this proved not to be the case. At times the queue of people lining up for a 'MLC Sausage' almost reached back to the Bunnings entrance.
So all in all it was a great day, everyone was pleased with the whole event.
Thanks to all who turned up to work a 'sausage shift' (those pictured and many, many more).
displays and kitchen equipment; who made items for the Club and General stall and who made cakes
and scones. Personally, driving that big truck was the most fun I have had for a month or two!
Rene Maine receives a life membership for her work for the club.
Santa Arrives to hand out gifts