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CAROLS PHOTOS

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NEW YEAR’S EVE

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AUSTRALIA DAY

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Contents General Business Around The Club with Graham A Sizzling Summer

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Cool Change 18 6

Refurbishment Update 11 Board News

Getting to Know

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Behind the Bar with Hallsy Bar Culture 12

January Entertainment

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In Focus Feature Nobby’s Beach SLSC 22 February Entertainment

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Kindred Clubs Contacts

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Carols on the Green Event photos 14

Jokes for Frank

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December Entertainment

Brothers Notice Board

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GENERAL BUSINESS Mark Hennelly | General Manager Welcome to the summer edition of the Brothers Bulletin. Firstly, let me address the elephant in the room. Yes, we had expected to be well into our new refurbishment by now, but as you have probably noticed, there has been a slight delay. Everything is still going ahead as planned. However, the construction start time has been pushed back a bit from what we had previously said publicly. There is an update later in this edition.

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I would also like to take this opportunity to specifically welcome our newest Director, Dean Cash who is joining us at Board level after a long association with the football club. I look forward to working with Dean in this new role and congratulate Greg Walsh and the rest of the Board who have been reappointed for 2016/17.

Brothers Bulletin is a quarterly publication for members and guests. All information was correct at time of printing.

Moving on this year is James McGill. James has chosen to step down from Board duties and will certainly be missed. However, he isn’t completely lost to us and will remain in his role as President of the Brothers Old Boys and Supporters.

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I’m very pleased and proud to be able to report the members of Brothers have once again stepped up in their support of the local community, as they do every year. In partnership with St Edmund’s College, another successful Carols on the Green was held recently and together we raised in excess of $25,000 for St Vincent de Paul Ipswich. This money will ensure many deserving families in our region will have a far brighter Christmas. Everyone involved in the planning of this event, all the volunteers and all the people who made donations are to be congratulated. You will find some of the photos from the night on page 14. And while we are on the topic of supporting the community, let me remind you that every month our staff select a charity or community group to support. Collection tins can be found around the club and if you can spare some change (or more), it is always greatly appreciated. As I say around this time every year, I know many of you will be travelling over the holiday period. Do please be careful on the roads and look out for those drivers who are perhaps a bit less cautious than they should be. We very much want to see all of you return home safely. Brothers will be open every day over summer with the exception of Christmas Day. As you will read in Graham’s article, there is a tremendous amount happening. So if you’re looking for somewhere local to escape the heat and maybe grab a refreshing beverage or a bite to eat, then your club is here for you. If I don’t catch you personally beforehand, I’d like to wish each and every one of you a safe and happy Christmas. Enjoy reading and I look forward to seeing you at the Club. Cheers,


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Cambrian Youth Choir The Blackstone-Ipswich Cambrian Youth Choir will once again be spreading some Christmas cheer at Brothers performing three one hour recitals for our members.

5pm Thursday 22nd December 5pm Friday 23rd December 2pm Saturday 24th December Bring your family and friends to enjoy these FREE performances and get into the spirit of the season!

Wishing all our valued members the very best for the upcoming festive season. FROM THE MANAGEMENT & STAFF

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AROUND THE CLUB WITH GRAHAM

A Sizzling Summer There is so much going on at Brothers this summer, it’s hard to know where to begin!

Perhaps I should start with what is already underway? Our Brothers Advantage loyalty program is already the best in the region with easier access, faster rewards and bigger discounts. But throughout summer we’ll be giving members even more with our Summer Advantage Boost. From the beginning of December through to the end of February, each day you swipe your membership card in the Rewards Kiosk you will receive an extra 50 Advantage Points. So the more days you visit, the more points you will receive. This means you will find reaching the next level to unlock greater rewards even easier than before.

It could be the difference between 10% discounts and 20% discounts – or more! Also underway, our $15,000 What’s in Santa’s Sack? promotion commenced on the first of November. If you’ve used your membership card in the club since then, you’ll already have entries in the draws on Christmas Eve. To give as many people as possible a chance to take part, we’ve split the nineteen draws into three rounds. The first will commence at 11am, the second will commence at 3pm and then the final round will commence at 6pm. You can just come in for one round

if you like, but all the entries you’ve earned from the beginning of November will be included in all three rounds provided you validate them by using your membership card within an hour of each draw. You don’t have to buy anything. Just swiping your card in the kiosk (or even in a gaming machine) will be enough to let the computer know you are here. We just do this to reduce the number of redraws everyone has to sit through. You can keep earning more entries every day right up until the very last draw and any entries you earn on Christmas Eve will be awarded at triple the normal rate.

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WHAT’S IN SANTA’S SACK? 19 DRAWS ON DEC 24 PAGE 2 If you are lucky enough to be called out for a prize, you will be invited to select a gift, and each gift contains a cash amount between $500 and $3,000. We have no idea which is which. The $3,000 could go off in the very first draw, or it might still be there after 6pm. Speaking of Christmas, the BlackstoneIpswich Cambrian Youth Choir will once again be spreading some Christmas cheer at Brothers performing one hour recitals for our members. The first will be at 5pm on Thursday 22nd December, with repeat performances at 5pm on the Friday and again at 2pm on Christmas Eve. It’s perfect for getting into the spirit of the season so please come in and enjoy some beautiful singing. New Years Eve is also coming up and this year looks like being an absolute belter! Firstly, the UFC have done us a favour and scheduled the return of Ronda Rousey in UFC 207 as she attempts to reclaim her title from Amanda Nunes. The main card is packed with big names and will be showing live from 1pm. This is on the back of another huge UFC featuring DC on 11 December.

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To celebrate New Year’s, our staff will be getting into the theme “Superheroes and Villains” and you’re invited to join them dressed as your favourite goody or baddy. You might even win a prize! We’ll be giving away prizes to whoever can get the most likes on Facebook within 24 hours when they post a photo of themselves in costume at Brothers. And it’s not a bad prize either! We’ve got 30,000 loyalty points ($300) for first, 15,000 ($150) for second and 5,000 ($50) for third so it’s well worth the effort. And in keeping with the theme, we also have up to $10,000 cash to give away in our Heroes and Villains promotion. There will be a round of draws commencing at 2pm and another at 6pm. If you’re called up you’ll be asked to choose a side and spin the wheel for a 50/50 chance to win $1,000 instantly. Then it really kicks off with Rock Steady and Men Behaving Loudly performing from 8pm and 8.30pm respectively. And finally, members who are still with us for the countdown to 2017 are invited to see in the New Year with a glass of bubbles at midnight. New

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LET ME ENTERTAIN YOU HIGH TECH PACKAGE DETAILS PAGE 28 Year’s Eve is one of our best days of the year, so please come and join us. In the New Year, we get straight into our next major promotion. Let Me Entertain You will be drawn at the end of February but you can start collecting entries from the start of 2017. First prize is an entertainment package that features an eye-popping 75”(190cm) Ultra High Definition LED LCD 3D Smart TV, a LiveSTAGE 6300 Home Theatre System with MusicCast, a 64GB Galaxy Tab, a Gaming Console with all the bells and whistles, a $2,500 Furniture Voucher and more! And then there are four 55”(139cm) Ultra HD Smart TVs as consolation prizes. All up, we’re giving away over $15,000 worth of gear so make sure you’re in that one. Everyone is welcome to witness the chaos that will be unfolding in the BOBS Australia Day Golden Thong Challenge. This year the Old Boys are hosting a themed five-a-side touch footy tournament with heaps of laughs to be had, plenty of snags to be burned and a few beers to be drunk while we raise a few dollars for a good cause. Inside, we’ll be entertained in the morning

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Around the Club with Graham continued...

Australia Day

MUSIC, FUN, FOOD & TOUCH FOOTY! PAGE 21 by Glenn Callaghan and then in the afternoon True Blue Hits will be coming in for a free show paying tribute to the greatest era of Australian live music and the songs that became the soundtrack of our unique Aussie culture. Old scores will be settled on the 3rd of February when Anthony “The Man” Mundine finally steps back into the ring with “The Green Machine” Danny Green. There might not be a title on the line, but there is plenty of feeling and we’ve been waiting for this since their epic first encounter in 2006. Because it’s a Friday night and the bands will be playing, we’ll also be showing this one upstairs on the big screen so the fight fans can hear what’s going on.

Feature Shows

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On the 8th of February, the fully sickest delivery guys from Fat Pizza clash with the Housos of Sunnyvale in a 2 hour live show followed by a meet and greet of the cast. Featuring Franky Falzoni, Vanessa, Kev the Kiwi and a mystery guest; it’s a battle of chainsaws and thongs, cheese and vegemite, subwoofers and Ugg boots. Tickets are available at reception for $29 or online for $25. Especially for the ladies, Aussie Thunder will be appearing for a 2 hour non-stop action packed spectacular full of fun and fantasy, not to mention physiques that will take your breath away. Aussie Thunder has been dancing its way into ladies’ hearts

all over the world and is coming to Brothers on 17 February. Tickets are available at reception for $25 or online for $20. All this plus the best mix of free live entertainment every week, new games to play including Dragon Link and Cash Climb, heaps of free raffles, our amazing members draw that starts at $10,000 and goes up from there and our 10 at 10 promotion that gives ten members a shot at $1,000 every night. It’s going to be a great summer at Brothers! Have yourself a wonderful Christmas, continue to experience the Brothers Advantage and I look forward to seeing you around the club.

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Latest on the Refurbishment

By now you will have realised we’re behind where we thought we’d be with our much talked about $13 million renovations. Brothers Leagues Club Chairman, Greg Walsh says a decision was made not to commence work this calendar year as the timelines got pushed back too close to Christmas.

“I understand some of our members will find this frustrating and I certainly share their disappointment in having to wait a few extra months,” says Greg. “But this is a very big project and it’s important we get it right. When it became obvious that we were going to experience some delays we decided to wait until after Christmas before continuing rather that take a stop-start approach.” That’s not to say progress hasn’t been made. Since the last edition of the Bulletin, DA approval has been granted by Ipswich City Council and a prelending review has been completed by DWS Consulting and submitted as part of the financial approval process.

“As part of the DA approval process, the Council sought further information on a few points and the time involved in responding is ultimately where our timelines have slipped a little,” explains Greg. “Most of these early steps have to occur in sequential order and so everything has effectively been pushed back as a result. But it’s actually a good thing to have a robust review to ensure what we are doing is as good as it can be. This is as big as anything we’ve ever done so we’re not going to rush it.” Greg says the Building Committee is about to invite seven builders to provide an expression of interest in the project and details about their business.

“From this EOI request we will determine who are interested and then formally invite a select few, maybe three, to submit a tender by mid-February.” There have been no substantial changes to the plans or the budget previously published. And under the revised timelines, construction is now expected to commence in mid-March with the selected builder having two weeks prior to that to get their building offices and equipment on site. “At the moment, we’re not where we had hoped we’d be six months ago but we are still moving forward,” says Greg. “I remain very excited by what is coming. And it will certainly be worth the wait.”

BOARD NEWS Unlike previous years, the composition of the 2016/17 Board of Directors has been determined in time for our summer edition of the Bulletin. At the close of the nomination period, nine nominations were received for the nine available positions. Therefore, returning officer Mark Hennelly declared there was no need for a ballot with the results to be formally ratified at the Annual General Meeting.

Eight Directors from the 2015/16 Board have been returned after James McGill decided to step down at the end of his term. James had been a Director since 2009 and will continue his association with the club through his role as President of the Brothers Old Boys and Supporters. Following the announcement, Brothers Chairman, Greg Walsh personally thanked James saying his contribution over the past seven years has been very much appreciated. James’ position on the Board has been filled by Dean Cash. Dean, who currently works in Defence, has been a member of the club since he turned 18. He first became involved with Brothers playing rugby league from 1988 until 1997 and then continued in support roles until 1999. When his children began playing for Brothers in 2011, Dean took on Coaching, League Safe and Team Manager roles in support of the juniors. In 2012 he joined the Junior Football Club committee and in 2013 was elected Vice President of the BJRLFC, which is a position he still holds currently. In 2015 and 2016 he was League Safe for the second division sides and this year was also League Safe for the U19 side. Dean says he will again be performing League Safe roles for the juniors and seniors next season. In welcoming Dean to the Board, Greg says he very much looks forward to working with him during what promises to be a very exciting time in the history of the club.

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BEHIND THE BAR WITH HALLSY

Bar Culture The evolution of Aussie bar culture over the past few decades has transformed many Australians into ‘alcohol connoisseurs’. Nearly everyone that shows up these days has a very clear idea of exactly how a drink should be presented and is not shy about telling the bar staff. Not only that, they are also quick to identify which particular cat produced the chosen drink of their mates.

Bars and pubs have always been more than just a place to drink. Since the days of the first fleet they’ve been the centre of social gatherings and have played an important role in lubricating the wheels of the economy. In fact, during the early penal era of Australia’s establishment, we cut out the middle man altogether and rum was used as a currency. Back then, the colony’s inhabitants drank more alcohol per capita than at any other time in Australian history. It was a period referred to by publicans as ‘the good old days’. But it wasn’t just the money that went across the bar that made pubs so important to business. Many a contact has been made and many a deal has been struck with the help of a quiet beverage and an introduction by a mate at the bar. For Aussie blokes in particular, drinking has become a necessary precondition for conversing. The men of this country will usually tend to sit awkwardly in a room full of strangers until someone brings out the drinks. Then she’s on, and lifelong bonds can be formed. Throughout any day at the bar drinks will be accompanied by general conversation on important matters like footy, horse racing and footy. Or in the summer months, cricket, horse racing and cricket. Quite often, expert opinions will also be shared on whatever happens to be the news of the day. The breadth and depth of knowledge exchanged during a typical day at the bar is quite amazing.

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And it doesn’t seem to matter what the subject is. When there’s a drink involved you are guaranteed to find an expert on anything from Middle Eastern foreign policy, to determining an appropriate score for a rhythmic gymnastics routine, to clarifying who really should have won The Block. And as the day goes on, the more the views are exchanged with conviction and passion. Hand in hand with social consumption, Aussie bar culture is characterised by the ‘round’ or ‘shout’ whereby people take it in turns buying a round of drinks for everyone in their group. It may come as a surprise to some born and bred Aussies that shouting doesn’t happen everywhere. Although, there’s a few blokes I could mention who don’t seem to realise it happens here either. In hard liquor drinking cultures that are still prevalent in Russia, South America and East Asia, the drinks on a night out are paid for by the boss or the richest member of the party. Good luck selling that idea here! Our drinking culture, which tends to be more based on lower alcohol drinks like beer, lends itself to both conversation while drinking and shouting a round. There’s even an inbuilt regulator in the system to slow down alcohol consumption. You often find that conversation for some blokes tends to increase or the need to visit the gents becomes more urgent the closer it gets to their turn to shout.

There are a few rules to shouting that Aussies learn at a very young age but which visitors to our country might find handy. Cardinal Rules for ‘Shouting’ Immediacy Never accept a beer if you do not intend to shout on that evening. Shouting “next time” is not acceptable no matter how much interest is involved. Consistency Changing drinks on people during a shout is considered poor form. I.e., shouting everyone XXXX Gold then asking for a rum and coke on the return leg deserves a slap. Accountability Knocking over someone else’s beer will only be tolerated if there is a full replacement on the table. Free will The order of the round is determined by each individual volunteering that it is his/her shout. Fellow members should never have to remind an individual of their obligations to the group. They will only do so in the event of a breach. On any given day at Brothers you will find these rules playing out. Whether at the O Bar or the Sporties, yarns will be shared, laughs will be had and drinks will be consumed in the finest traditions of Aussie Bar culture. If you aren’t already one of our regulars, I invite you to come down and join us.

Cheers!


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dedicated upstairs function room, we have the solution for all types of formal, corporate and social events. To learn how we can help with your next function, contact our Functions Coordinator on 3817 2999 or email functions@brothersipswich.com.au

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December

ENTERTAINMENT

THURSDAYS

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01 Dec Matti Biskit

02 Dec Caught in the Act

03 Dec Atmosphere

08 Dec Tracy Vaughan

09 Dec Taylor-Smith Duo

15 Dec Marco

16 Dec Able Magwitch

10 Dec Paris Texas “The 80s Tour”

22 Dec Kevin Smith

17 Dec Vintage

23 Dec Rob Hackwood Band

24 Dec Midnight Rambler

29 Dec Baby Boomer Party Band

30 Dec Paisley Road

31 Dec Rock Steady

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09 Dec Triplickit

10 Dec No Standing

16 Dec The Lazy Valentines

17 Dec Le Groove

23 Dec Vertigo

24 Dec DJ Trademark 8pm

30 Dec BrisVegas

31 Dec Men Behaving Loudly 8:30pm

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WHAT’S ON Our staff will be getting into the “Superheroes and Villains” theme and you’re invited to join them dressed as your favourite hero or villain. Post a photo on Facebook and you might even WIN a share of $500! And if you’re still going at midnight we’re toasting 2017 with a glass of bubbly for our members.

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GETTING TO KNOW

Cool Change BY JESSICA ASH / PHOTOGRAPHY NICK O’SULLIVAN

From the bopping beats of the 50’s and 60’s, to Rock and Roll classics from the 70’s and 80’s, Cool Change brings a dynamic and entertaining show that you can’t help but get up and dance to. Cool Change is a three-piece band, drums, guitar and bass, with the members being well-seasoned performers. Having the backing of being together as a group for over 16 years, this band delivers a highly energetic and fun loving performance that Brothers members can’t seem to get enough of. Cool Change is made up of Rob on the bass, Mike on the guitar and Robert on the drums. All three members do vocals for the group, rounding off the show.

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Coming from diverse backgrounds, each person brings something different to the table, making a well experienced and versatile band. “Robert, our drummer, started down in New South Wales playing in an 80’s band that focused a lot around groups like Cold Chisel, Sherbet, Men At Work, and AC/DC. He has a strong voice with excellent range that is well suited to performing a wide range of classic rock songs. During that period Robert recorded a track that won Best Original Song at the Ramac Recording Studio Awards in Victoria. Rob who plays the bass, on the other hand, came from a more formal singing background, performing with his sister and winning acclaim and awards on TV shows like ‘In Melbourne Tonight’ and ‘Holden Showcase’. They worked successfully on the Club circuit around Australia and were even asked to go and perform for the troops over in Vietnam,” says Mike. “My background is mainly in Rock and Roll from the 60’s, growing up listening to big groups like the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Hollies, Eric Clapton and the Yardbirds, and more. As a change from 60s and 70s rock, through the 80s I enjoyed working in a brassy six-piece cabaret band that played for major functions and provided backing music for numerous artists visiting Brisbane.” As each member of the group brings something different to the band, their musical inspirations can be described as quite eclectic. These range from individual artists such as Alan Jackson, George Strait and Ross Wilson, to groups such as Cold Chisel, Police, Dire Straits, Little River Band, the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. From this wide variety of inspirations, you can hear their influence within the group’s sets.

Our shows are generally all about dancing. | MIKE, GUITARIST

Cool Change also play songs from Elvis, Four Seasons, the Beach Boys, Bryan Adams, Michael Jackson and many more classics that are certain to get you up off your feet and onto the dance floor. “Our shows are generally all about the dancing. We make sure that the songs we are going to play all have a good beat so that people are able to dance along to them.” Mike explains. Depending on the type of crowd at a venue, there are a few audience favourites that always get a good reaction. Elvis and Mavericks songs are examples, along with some good old classic rock and roll. “We don’t play for ourselves, we play for others and if the people are on the floor are happy then we are happy. There’s really no point in playing something and having no one on the dance floor because that’s what it’s all about really.”

For Cool Change there are a few memorable highlights together. A major one of these for the band would have to be when they got to be the backing band at a function where Russell Morris was performing. “It was a great experience. We didn’t actually get any rehearsal time with Russell but we spent a couple of weeks going through the material so that the band was quite prepared. He was knocked out with what we had ready and all we had to do was top and tail before going on. It is all about the work that you put in - it does not just happen. We got through the night, having fun, and it all went really well,” remembers Mike. Individually the group has little gems of their own memorable highlights. For Robert, it was being part of a group that was a warm up band for Cold Chisel and who jumped up and did one of their songs with the man himself, Jimmy Barnes, sitting in the front row watching and applauding. For Rob it was being a member of Keith Urban’s band for six months in our local scene. Rob clearly remembers telling Keith to keep going because there were bigger things ahead for him - and there were. And for Mike there are fond memories of being part of that brassy cabaret band playing for blacktie, large corporate functions and pumping out songs from groups like Chicago, Earth Wind & Fire, and KC & The Sunshine Band. Aside from this, the band is happy with the direction that it is going, continuing with arrangements with local venues like Brothers, just gigging and gaining some musical satisfaction. Cool Change has been playing at Brother’s Leagues Club for close to 5 years and have been able to get to know a lot of the regular patrons. “Each time we play at Brothers we get a lot of regulars that come along and watch us play. They really like being able to get up and dance. “ “We keep an ear out for the type of songs they like so that way we can learn them and add them to the set for the next time we play. It’s nice to keep them happy,” says Mike. Mavis, a Brothers patron that always comes to see Cool Change perform says that they are an absolutely lovely group to watch. “They are very social with the audience, interacting happily with us all and they always try to play to what the customers like to dance to.” Cool Change takes the time to socialise and interact with the crowds to make sure they can get the most out of a performance. “People having a great time, smiling and having fun make a successful gig. At the end of the night getting a big clap and sending people home happy and smiling really makes it a great event for us.” 19


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BY JESSICA ASH

Back in 1954 on a beautiful stretch of the Gold Coast’s picturesque beaches, Nobby’s Beach Surf Lifesaving Club was created. Fondly referred to by locals as Nobby’s, the club began to patrol and monitor this unwatched portion of the sand and has since become a much loved part of the local community. This year, they became the newest member of Brothers Kindred Clubs.

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Pictured right: (top left to bottom right) Wally Lewis and team mates at the Club Championships; Senior Club Championships 2013; Nippers 1969/1970; Nippers 1968. Pictured bottom (top left to bottom right) Lining up for flags-1967 style; Rescue helicopter 2016; First helicopter used on the Gold Coast; Novelty Relay, Club Championships 2014; Nobby’s first IRB; IRBs from numerous Gold Coast clubs.

Nobby’s came to be when a group of locals thought that this spot, situated between Mermaid Beach and Miami Beach on the Gold Coast, would be perfect for a surf lifesaving club. Starting out as just a lone tin shed, it has come to be a prospering Surf Club with a philosophy of ‘family, friendship and fun’.

and about the possible dangers of the ocean. The program is open to anyone between the ages of 6 – 14 years and runs every Sunday morning during the season. With age appropriate training and games, the Nippers learn skills such as the signals they need to know when they’re in trouble.

Life Member and former Surf Sports Officer, Darren Sessarago, has been involved with Nobby’s for more than 20 years.

“It is a great way to get the kids outside, to be healthy and active in the sun and helping them learn important life skills. They get to progress through the age levels at their own pace and just get to enjoy themselves.”

“It is a very close-knit group at Nobby’s. The motto of family, friendship and fun really rings true at the club. Patrolling and watching the beach is really what we’re about but there is also the option of competitions and carnivals to be involved in as well,” Darren explains. “Because it’s a sports program and a community centre combined together it really is a unique and fun place to be involved with,” adds Darren’s wife and Club Administrator, Sue-Anne. A major part of Nobby’s Beach Surf Lifesaving Club is the Nobby’s Nippers, a junior program that teaches the young members about the surf, how to stay safe on the beach

The Nipper’s program is also critical to the development and growth of the whole club. “A big number of the members that make up the club are introduced through the Nippers program. They join their kids up and then they become more involved at Nobby’s, be it parents, grandparents or aunts and uncles.” In 2016, Nobby’s Beach Surf Lifesaving Club was awarded the Nipper Club of the Year. Another big part of the club is, of course, the surf lifesaving with the volunteers patrolling and monitoring the beach and keeping people safe.

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“Over the summertime, every weekend and public holiday we have lifesavers patrolling and watching out for beachgoers. A lot of kids from the Nippers program will make their way through the program and go on to be lifesavers and even Patrol Captains or other important members of the club.” At present, Nobbys have 9 patrol groups, on rotation for weekend patrols. Nobbys, as an RTO, runs two Bronze Medallion courses every season, as well as First Aid, Advanced First Aid, Surf Rescue Certificate courses to name a few. Our Chief Training Officer is the 2016 South Coast Branch and Queensland Trainer of the Year. There is also the possibility of competing in carnivals and events. These range for under 6’s up through to Masters level. “We have a professional coach at the club who runs multiple board paddling coaching sessions per week. We also run beach sprints and flags training sessions. These sessions are open to any active member at the club who want to compete,” Darren explains. “Although competitions are not the main focus of the club, we encourage and support any member that chooses to compete, helping them to strive and do the best that they can,” Sue-Anne adds. Joining up with Brothers Leagues Club and becoming the newest Kindred Club was an easy choice to make says Darren and Sue, having grown up and been involved with Brothers since a young age. “As we are both from Ipswich and were brought up in the Brothers Community it was easy to see the benefits for both Brothers and Nobby’s members,” Sue-Anne says. Darren says that it’s a great way to make a connection and give Brothers members the opportunity to be involved in the surf lifesaving community and also to see that it wouldn’t be as hard to do as they

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would think. Having moved to the Gold Coast in their midtwenty’s, Darren & Sue-Anne become involved with lifesaving when joining up their children in the nipper programme, which led to them wishing they had the opportunity to do the same when they were growing up in Ipswich, so hopefully with Nobbys becoming a Kindred Club, this will give a direct path to those wishing to become involved in Surf Life Saving. “It would be great to have more of an Ipswich feel and gain some new members, especially since people from the Ipswich area, from my experience, are very nice at heart and genuinely good people. They are also a very communityorientated group and since surf lifsaving is one of the most community based organisations you can be involved in, it just made sense to make this step for the two clubs.” “You can begin patrolling the beach at 13 years old on a completely volunteer basis. The skills that people learn while being involved with lifesaving, whether it’s getting certified in CPR or first aid, to learning commitment and determination from training or gaining leadership experience as a patrol captain, can go on to be used in their careers or even their day to day lives.” There is no experience needed to become a member of Nobby’s and any age is welcome, be it 6 or 76. “Anyone can be part of our surf lifesaving community. From club captains to BBQ operations there is a wonderful opportunity for anyone to enjoy Nobby’s SLSC. We promote a healthy lifestyle and excel in training new members to become surf lifesavers protecting our picturesque stretch of the Gold Coast from the young nippers enjoying skills both in and out of the surf to the parents and other members of the Nobby’s having the time of their life in the sand and the sun.”

If you would like to learn more about Nobby’s Beach Surf Lifesaving Club visit nobbysslsc.com.au You can contact the club on 07 5526 1117 (Mon-Thurs 10am-3pm) or send an email to admin@nobbysslc.org

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JOKES FOR FRANK WITH THANKS TO JACK Source: whyatt.com.au

Teacher: “Kids, what does the chicken give you?” Student: “Meat!” Teacher: “Very good! Now what does the pig give you?” Student: “Bacon!” Teacher: “Great! And what does the fat cow give you?” Student: “Homework!” A child asked his father, “How were people born?” So his father said, “Adam and Eve made babies, then their babies became adults and made babies, and so on.” The child then went to his mother, asked her the same question and she told him, “We were monkeys then we evolved to become like we are now.” The child ran back to his father and said, “You lied to me!” His father replied, “No, your mum was talking about her side of the family.” My friend thinks he is smart. He told me an onion is the only food that makes you cry, so I threw a coconut at his face. Q: What did the duck say when he bought lipstick? A: “Put it on my bill.” In a Catholic school cafeteria, a nun places a note in front of a pile of apples, “Only take one. God is watching.”

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Two years ago I asked the girl of my dreams on a date, today I asked her to marry me. She said no, on both occasions.

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“Sir, you cannot fish here!” “Don’t worry, I’m not fishing, I’m just teaching my worm to swim.”

Two flies are sitting on a pile of dog poop. One suggests to the other: “Do you want to hear a really good joke?” The other fly replies: “But nothing disgusting like last time, I’m trying to eat here!”

Further down the line is a pile of cookies. A little boy makes his own note, “Take all you want. God is watching the apples.”

If alcohol influences short-term memory, what does alcohol do?

Instead of “the John,” I call my toilet “the Jim.” That way it sounds better when I say I go to the Jim first thing every morning.

The inventor of AutoCorrect is a stupid mass hole. He can fake right off.

I was wondering why the ball kept getting bigger and bigger, and then it hit me.

Why do people never eat clocks? Because it’s really time consuming.

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Brothers Bulletin Summer 2016/17  
Brothers Bulletin Summer 2016/17  

The Brothers Bulletin is a quarterly publication for members and guests of Brothers Leagues Club in Ipswich. It contains stories about the p...