The Christmas Carols and Tree Decorating was a great success. The choir Soundeclectic were terrific and got the perfect balance between traditional Christmas and newer songs. There were about 60 people mostly members but with several guests. The mulled wine must have hit the spot as it was tough to keep up with demand. We collected for the Union Gospel Mission and I will post the amount we collected once they have counted it.
A good evening of Christmas cheer, meeting with friends, great food and drink and giving back to people in difficulty. I hope this is an annual tradition.
The brilliant Soundeclectic
Rosie singing with the choir.
Sailing champion Dave also maestro in the bar.
As part of Safety Days we have contracted an instructor to present a short lecture with hands on practice on how to use the AED defibrillator that the Club purchased.
You could save a life! Or someone could save your life. Sign up with a friend or spouse. No cost but space limited.
11 am April 25th in the Clubhouse
The Club has now received a Primary Club Liquor License. This will enable the Club to serve alcoholic drinks between 11 am and 11 pm every day. Clearly this is not practical for our Club but we are planing to open the bar on a more regular basis. Initially this will be every Friday night from 6 to 9. We plan to look at the feasibility of having burgers and pizza type fare available.
Only members with a Serve it Right certificate may serve alcohol. Please ensure that we do get a signed chit. Children may accompany an adult up till 10 pm.