Bruce’s Weekly Update 14th June 2016

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Hello Members, Sponsors & Patron

 

The Old Times of Dunsborough

Thanks to those who joined us for this event, and for making it such a memorable night.

Don’t worry if you couldn’t make it-

USBs with the slide show plus photos taken on the night will be available from Dunsborough Bendigo Bank as of Tuesday 14th June at the cost of $20.

Please feel free to let others know about the availability of the photo USBs. They are a great record of the development of the town.

Any queries please contact Trish on 0428229445 or admin@dycci.com.au

ALSO,

are you interested to be involved in recording Dunsborough’s History??

The Oral History Group of Busselton is seeking volunteers who would like to assist with recording the reminiscences of Dunsborough residents. Training and equipment would be provided. Future plans would be to establish our own Oral History Group.

This is a fascinating and rewarding project- meet some wonderful people and add to the history archives of our town.

Please contact Margaret Dawson on mmcedawson@bigpond.com or 0427560373 if you would like to be involved.

Trish Flower 

Executive Officer

Dunsborough Yallingup Chamber of Commerce & Industry (Inc)

M: 0428229445  |  Email: admin@dycci.com.au

www.dycci.com.au   |   PO Box 146, Dunsborough WA 6281

 

Keith Potger tickets are now available for purchase.  The show is on Sunday August 7th, 3.30pm for 4pm start, $30 a ticket with encouragement to stay behind for tapas.  Ask your friends, get a group together and come enjoy a great afternoon.  Please contact your section Chairperson for tickets.

 

 

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Ladies Golf.

NINE HOLES

7 ladies came to play golf on Tuesday 7th June despite the inclement weather.

However, only Beth Jackson, Mary Hummerston and Kay Filmer ended up playing six holes of an Ambrose , while the other four stopped in the clubrooms and drank coffee. What’s more the four went home and didn’t wait for the players to come in.!!!

EIGHTEEN HOLES

June 9th  13 ladies played  a  stableford.

Captain Nancy Williams was away, so Vicki Frost stepped in to run the day.

Winner with 35 points was Joan Embry,

Runner up was Vicki Frost with 34 points, on a countback from Lyn Flugge.

Nearest the pin on 8 was Aileen Morris , and longest putt on 18 Helen South.

THOUGHT OF THE WEEK.

Would you rather be perfect or human?

 

 DUNSBOROUGH & DISTRICT
COUNTRY CLUB
JUNIOR GOLF
COACHING AND PLAY

Steve will be coaching again on Sunday 19th June.

Cycle News

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Next Trail Care Day – Sunday 19 June 9-11am Meet at Dunsborough Country Club car park 9am

Jobs to tackle

  • Clean Up Around Container – we’ve ordered a skip bin
  • Drainage – clear any big puddles on the course; clean out drains around golf course
  • Signage Clearing – clean up around signs so they don’t get burnt
  • Clearing storm debris from trails
  • Clean up around pump track

Bobcat Needed – 16 June 2016

We are building a new skills area next to the pump track. If anyone knows where we can get our hands on a Bobcat at a reduced rate please call Chris Parkinson on 0421 278 305.

 

Friday Night Dinner 

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Friday night meals are available between 5.30pm & 8.00pm.  Tapas is available Saturday and Sunday from 4.30pm.

Friday Night Menu

17th June 2016

Chef Hamish Mcleay

Freshest available fish, hand cut chips, tartare sauce & coleslaw.  $22

Beef & mushroom casserole, mashed potato, herb & lime crumb.  $22

Green curry of chicken, snow peas, fragrant herbs & rice.  $22

Vegetable lasagne, fresh pasta & a mixture of herbs, vegetables & cheeses.  $20

Kids fish & chips.  $10

Chocolate almond cake, served warm with vanilla ice cream.  $7

Email: manager@dunsboroughcountryclub.org.au

To book your table Click Here

Friday Night Jackpot

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The Jackpot Draw on Friday night was not won.  The draw this Friday will be for $800. Members must be financial and present to claim.  The Jackpot is drawn between 5.30pm and 6.30pm in the Clubroom bar.

Keep Smiling!