Sixteen bowlers returned for bowls last Friday. Competition was keen with all teams having a win prior to the afternoon tea break.
The team of John Tencic, Ted Ridington, John Armstrong and Bernie Hangan were successful by one shot. New bowlers are always welcome to come and enjoy the afternoons.
Card results: 500 Des Brand, euchre Pat Gamble. New players are always welcome. Play begins at 1pm Mondays and Thursdays.
The first general meeting will be held on February 5 at 2pm. On February 19 at 12.30pm lunch will be catered.
Expressions of interest for the proposed five-day trip to South Australia in September are sought to ascertain if it will be viable. Forty passengers are required.
The first monthly trip will be in March. All details will be revealed when finalised.
Get well wishes to members having medical problems. We hope you all have quick recoveries.
— Bernie Hangan,
The first event for 2018 is a barbecue lunch on Monday, February 12 at noon. At the time of writing, lunch will be at the newly renovated hall.
Bingo has resumed each Wednesday evening and is temporarily still at the Tennis clubrooms. Eyes down at 7.30pm. New players welcome.
Contacts for inquiries are Noella on 57941707, Grace on 57962445, and Pam on 57962315.
— Pam Pedder,
Happy new year everybody. Hoping another exciting and enjoyable year is ahead for Nagambie seniors members.
Our first social day will be on February 2, and an open day beside the lake in Buckley Park will be on February 13 at noon. The cost will be $10/barbecue, drinks and competitions. So come along and enjoy yourself, bring a new member if you wish and let them see the fun we have in the club.
During the break we had the floor in the clubroom sanded and repolished, thanks to the Shire of Strathbogie for the grant and also our contribution to make this happen.
Line dancing, bingo and cards have started for this year on the same days and at the same times.
Our calendar of events will be handed to members on opening day at the lake or you can collect a copy at the club.
Now did you know the amount of electrical energy generated in your brain is sufficient to power a low wattage light bulb, hence the ‘the lights are out’.
— Lindsay Moore,