FOOTY FINALS OKTOBERFEST SCHOOL HOLIDAY FUN MELBOURNE CUP DAY TWILIGHT MARKETS CHRISTMAS EVENTS NEW YEARS EVE
TWILIGHT MARKETS Friday 23 November 5pm- 9pm Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 November 12 noon-9pm LIVE MUSIC | ARTS AND CRAFTS | FOOD & DRINKS | XMAS GIFTS FAMILY FRIENDLY
Canterbury Rd Car Park CANTERBURY-HURLSTONE PARK RSL 20-26 CANTERBURY ROAD, HURLSTONE PARK CHPRSL.COM.AU
B O O K YO U R C H R I S TM A S E V E N T W I T H U S
IN THIS EDITION 6
What’s On at Nu Bambu
Priscilla Queen of the Cup
School Holiday Program
Christmas Up In Lights
REGULARS 4/PRESIDENT AND CEO REPORTS
22/BIG TIME ENTERTAINMENT
20/WHAT’S ON WEEKLY
PRESIDENT’S REPORT We are now well over that half way mark in the year and as you’ll see in this edition of the Chevron, we’re already planning a bumper year end with lots of events and entertainment through Spring and into the Christmas period. As the CEO mentions in his report we have an additional AGM this year scheduled for Tuesday 23 October as a result of the change to our financial year end. I would encourage all Members to attend the AGM. This year is also an election year for the club where eligible Members can nominate for election to the Board of Directors as well as to Advisory Committees for our satellite clubs for the period 2018-2020. A ballot (if required) will be held on Thursday 18, Friday 19 and Saturday 20 October and I would encourage all members to make the time to vote in these elections in support of your chosen representatives. I am personally very proud of your Club’s commitment to the Invictus Games taking place in various locations throughout Sydney from 20 to 27 October this year. CHPRSL, with ClubsNSW as a founding partner, is a proud supporter of the games and we wish the servicemen and women who will participate in Sydney all the best in their sporting endeavours. Thanks again to you all for the ongoing support of your Club and I look forward to seeing you here.
John Crowhurst President
CEO’S REPORT As we spring into the latter half of the year, I’m pleased to advise that our revamped Insignia program and new membership benefits have come to fruition over the last couple of months. There’s more rewards than ever before, with Member discounts on entertainment and in all of our food and beverage outlets. There is also more ways to collect points at our new Member’s kiosks to ensure that you are provided excellent value for your ongoing loyalty. You may recall in the last edition of Chevron, I advised of the changes to the Club’s constitution, specifically, amending our financial year end from the current 31 December to the standard 30 June. The amendments passed at the meeting on 17 April meant that a short financial year of six months was required as an interim measure and that an additional AGM would need to be held. That meeting will take place on 23 October and I encourage you all to attend. As John mentions in the President’s Report, we have the latter part of the year planned for you, with events and entertainment for every interest, from the footy finals to Melbourne Cup, school holiday programs, comedians, live music, Good Food Month, Invictus Games and all of our Christmas activities including raffles and markets. When I am out and about in one of our Clubs, I often receive feedback from Members on how we are going, be it a commendation on a staff member or feedback on what we could be doing better. Staff commendations are rewarded via our staff rewards program, so please tell us when you have a memorable staff experience. We also understand that sometimes we could do things better. If something should go wrong, the most important thing is that we fix it, so I encourage all Members if you are ever not happy to please speak up. Our trained staff have the resources to fix almost all issues on the spot, so please don’t hesitate to bring any concerns to our attention. The stories you share with us are so important in ensuring that we are continuously improving, which contributes greatly to our success. As always, thank you for your continued loyalty to your Club.
Dean Thomas Chief Executive Officer
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
The Club has changed its financial year to 30 June, accordingly an AGM is convened for Tuesday 23 October 2018 at 7pm sharp. A notice of meeting has been sent to Members.
WHERE MORE REWARDS ARE ON THE CARDS*
NEW MEMBER DISCOUNT Available for food, beverage & entertainment Club purchases. Pearl 10% | Silver 15% | Gold 20% | Onyx 30% | Onyx 5 Star 50%
MEMBERâ€™S KIOSKS Swipe daily for welcome surprises, promotions, events and special offers.
AND MORE! Bonus Points, Club Cash and benefits that only membership can provide.
See Reception for full details of the new look Insignia Program. *Terms & Conditions apply. See Reception for further details.
Welcome TO YOUR CLUB
WHAT’S ON DULWICH HILL FESTIVAL Say hello at our market stall at Dulwich Hill Festival
SUNDAY 16 SEPTEMBER 10AM–4PM
#HASHTAG FOOD! We’re hosting a workshop for all of you out there that can’t help getting out their phone and shooting your food to upload to Insta. Get tips off an expert photographer, stylist and blogger, munch on your food shots and enjoy a few drinks along the way.
SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 3.30PM-5.30PM | $70
GOOD FOOD MONTH We’re Celebrating Good Food Month With A Series Of Events In October: 2 Course Set Lunches, Beer And Bao, Kids Events And A Collaboration Dinner With Chef Freddie.
ALL THROUGH OCTOBER
CELEBRATE WITH US Book early to reserve your family, friends or office Christmas party and book now for Christmas Day at Nu Bambu. To book, or for more information visit nubambu.com.au follow us
MELBOURNE CUP DAY
TOAST TO THE NATIONâ€™S BIGGEST RACE DAY WITH A CHAMPAGNE & OYSTER CART ON ARRIVAL FOLLOWED BY A 2-COURSE LUNCH & BEVERAGE PACKAGE
TUESDAY 6 NOVEMBER 12.30PM-3.30PM | $120 Visit nubambu.com.au to book chprsl.com.au
S TA R L IGH T AUDI TORI UM G e t ready to shake yo ur groove thing th is Melbou rne Cup Day wit h a co l our ful and non-sto p parade of Pris cilla class ics and fabu lous s h ow! With yo ur h ost Mark Kristian. THE GL I TTER & G L A M PAC KAG E $ 9 0 * 3 - co ur s e s & beve ra ge pa c ka ge THE FAAB U LO U S PAC KAG E $ 5 0 * 2 - co ur s es & beve ra ge o n a rri va l
(Glitter & Glam Package only) S O M E T HI N G F I S H Y
K i n g P raw n S a la d w i t h b aby g em lettu ce, s h aved fe n n el an d c u c u mber & M ari e Ros e s a u ce
CHOOK IN A FROCK
Fre e Ra ng e C hic ke n w ra p pe d i n s a ge a n d pro s c i u t to w ith po t ato a n d h e r b m a s h , s a u té e d gre e n s & po rc i n i j u s
Dessert TA R T U P
Blue b e r r y & Ricot ta Tart wi t h va n i l l a m a s c a r p o n e, ra s pbe r r y co u l i s & a l m o nd b r i ttl e
D OOR S OPEN : 9.3 0 AM | LU NCH: 12 PM B O O K I NGS E SS E NTI AL 95 59 0 0 0 0 O R C H P R S L .CO M . AU
*The Mem ber ’s d i s co unt i s no t va l i d fo r t hi s event .
TU E S DAY 6 NOVEMB ER
Melbourne Cup Day
AC ROSS T HE CLUB Ext ravag an z a Eleg an z a En te rt ai n m en t TAB & Swe ep s L ive BI G Sc re e n Action ME LBO U R NE C UP 3P M
ME MB E R ' S P R O M O T I ON * D raw Ti m e s: 12.3 0 p m, 2.30pm, 4.3 0 p m , 6. 3 0 p m, 8 .3 0 p m & 1 0. 30pm G UA R A N T EED $ 1,000 CASH TO B E WON AT EACH DRAW!
* Te rms & Con d itions a pply. See Reception for further d et a i l s Au thorise d u nder NSW Perm it No. LTPM/ 18/0329 6 .
1-30 NOVEMBER 2018
Commemorating A Centenary Of Armistice CREDIT AUSTRALIAN WAR MEMORIAL*
100 years ago, at 11am on 11 November 1918 the guns of the Western Front fell silent after more than four years of continuous warfare. The allied armies had driven the German invaders back, having inflicted heavy defeats upon them over the preceding four months. In November the Germans called for an armistice (suspension of fighting) in order to secure a peace settlement. They accepted allied terms that amounted to unconditional surrender. The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month attained a special significance in the post-war years. The moment when hostilities ceased on the Western Front became universally associated with the remembrance of those who had died in the war. This first modern world conflict had brought about the mobilisation of over 70 million people and left between 9 and 13 million dead, perhaps as many as one-third of them with no known grave. The allied nations chose this day and time for the commemoration of their war dead. On the first anniversary of the armistice in 1919 two minutes’
silence was instituted as part of the main commemorative ceremony at the new Cenotaph in London. The silence was proposed by Australian journalist Edward Honey, who was working in Fleet Street. At about the same time, a South African statesman made a similar proposal to the British Cabinet, which endorsed it. King George V personally requested all the people of the British Empire to suspend normal activities for two minutes on the hour of the armistice “which stayed the worldwide carnage of the four preceding years and marked the victory of Right and Freedom”. The two minutes’ silence was popularly adopted and it became a central feature of commemorations on Armistice Day. After the end of the Second World War, the Australian and British governments changed the name to Remembrance Day. Armistice Day was no longer an appropriate title for a day which would commemorate all war dead. On the 75th anniversary of the armistice in 1993, Remembrance Day ceremonies again became the focus of national attention.
The remains of an unknown Australian soldier, exhumed from a First World War military cemetery in France, were ceremonially entombed in the Australian War Memorial’s Hall of Memory. Four years later, in 1997, GovernorGeneral Sir William Deane issued a proclamation formally declaring 11 November to be Remembrance Day, urging all Australians to observe one minute’s silence at 11 am on 11 November each year to remember those who died or suffered for Australia’s cause in all wars and armed conflicts. The Club and RSL Sub-Branch continues to observe Remembrance Day with a ceremony at the Bert Crook Memorial from 10:45am for an 11am start, followed by morning tea in the Club. An exhibition reflecting on the Centenary of Armistice will be on display in November. *Thank you to the Australian War Memorial for the information and imagery presented in this article.
ALL DAY MENU
Now available around the clock from both the CLUB CAFÉ & IN THE MAIN BAR
Fish and Chips
Or select from freshly made fare from the glass cabinets in the Club Café with gourmet pies to pizzas, sandwiches to salads, plus cakes, slices and sweets.
Fresh selection available 8am till late
MEMBER DISCOUNT ON MENU PRICES Swipe your card to be rewarded!
*Only one $10 Member Dinner Deal per Member per day may be ordered. Available from the Club Café or in the Main Bar daily, or from the Club Bistro Friday to Sunday 12pm2pm, during September, October and November. Not available in conjunction with any other offer, benefit or discount. Subject to availability.
LUNCH 11.30AM-3.30PM FRIDAY TO SUNDAY DINNER SUNDAY TO THURSDAY 5.30PM TO 9.30PM FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 5.30PM TO 10PM Chef Eddie Isaac has freshened up the menu for Spring, while keeping it classic with Club favourites the hero, complimented by contemporary dishes. Enjoy a classic steak or parmy, share some pizzas and sides, try our new lamb shanks or indulge in spicy chicken wings and gourmet burgers - and yes, that delicious prawn linguini is still on the menu! MEMBER DISCOUNT ON MENU PRICES Swipe your card to be rewarded! Prawn Linguini
ClassicMEMBER DINNER DEALS* 5.30PM-9.30PM
DAY MONARRA $10 B
AY TUESTDEAK $10 S
SDAYY E N D WE CHNITT $10 S
DAY S R U TH OBSTER $20 L
S KID REE F S EATN-THUR #
*Only one Classic Member Dinner Deal per Member per day may be ordered. Available from 5.30pm-9.30pm, Monday-Thursday in September, October and November in the Club Bistro. Swipe your membership card at the kiosk to redeem the offer. #One free kids meal from the kids menu in the Club Bistro per main meal ordered. Offer valid for children 12 and under from 5.30pm-9.30pm, Monday-Thursday in September, October and November in the Club Bistro. Present your membership card to redeem this offer. Dinner Deals and Kids Eat Free are exclusive Memberâ€™s offers. Not available in conjunction with any other offer, benefit or discount. Subject to availability.
BIG SCREEN SPORT IN THE MAIN BAR
SEPTEMBER Rugby - Championships - 08.09 & 15.09 AFL - Grand Final - 29.09 NRL - Grand Final - 30.09
OCTOBER Supercars - Bathurst 1000 - 04-07.10 Horse Racing - The Everest - 13.10 Horse Racing – Caulfield Cup - 20.10 Rugby - Bledisloe Cup Game 3 – 21.10 Horse Racing - Cox Plate - 27.10 MotoGP – Phillip Island - 26-28.10 A-League – Season 18/19 – 19.10
INVICTUS GAMES 20-27 OCTOBER NOVEMBER Horse Racing - Derby Day - 03.11 Cricket – AUS v SA ODI - 04, 09 & 11.11 Horse Racing - Melbourne Cup - 06.11 Horse Racing – Oaks Day - 08.11 Horse Racing – Emirates Stakes - 10.11 Golf - Emirates Australian Open - 15-18.11 Cricket – AUS v SA T20 – 17.11 Cricket – AUS v IND - 20 21, 23 & 25.11
Long Weekend 28.09.18-30.09.18
t s e f r e Oktob $19.95 Friday Fest* 7PM FRIDAY 28.09
3-courses of Oompah-pah-pah fun!
footy fest* 2.30PM SATURDAY 29.09 AFL GRAND FINAL | $5 Franks & $5 Steins
7.15PM SUNDAY 30.09
NRL GRAND FINAL | $5 Franks & $5 Steins
* The Memberâ€™s discount is not valid for these events.
y a d i l o H l o o h Sc Fun!
SLIME & SCIENCE WEDNESDAY 3 & 10 OCTOBER In the Heritage Room 10.30am-11.30am $10/CHILD 3+* Children love Slime, and here they can learn how to make it! Plus there’s more to be learnt with cool science experiments.
*The Member’s discount is not valid for these events.
HAVE A BALL
BUILD A BAO
THURSDAY 4 & 11 OCTOBER In the Auditorium
FRIDAY 5 & 12 OCTOBER In Nu Bambu
3 & 4 y/o: 10am-10.45am 5 & 6 y/o: 11am-11.45am 7 & 8 y/o: 12pm-12.45pm
$5/CHILD 3+* Join ‘Little Kickers’ and have a ball with fun drills and ball skills these school holidays!
$10/CHILD 3+* We’re letting the kids take over the kitchen in Nu Bambu with Chef Freddie teaching them how to make delicious Chicken and Fish Bao. Yum!
FOR BOOKINGS 9559 0000 OR CHPRSL.COM.AU chprsl.com.au
Spring events to excite
S EP T E
FATHER’S DAY RIBS, BIBS AND BAYOU BOOGIE
KEVIN BLOODY WILSON
NU BAMBU AT DULWICH HILL FESTIVAL
O C TO 1 MON
GOOD FOOD KICKS OFF AT NU BAMBU
CHP KIDS PROGRAM COMMENCES
MEN IN BLACK
NOVE M 2 FRI
EVERLY’S & IDOLS
E M B ER 23 SUN
HASHTAG FOOD AT NU BAMBU
AFL FINAL FOOTY FEST
TINA TRIBUTE SHOW
30 SUN NRL FINAL
OBER 19 FRI
BLAME IT ON THE BOOGIE
INVICTUS GAMES BEGINS
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 7PM
UNITED NATIONS COMEDY GALA
MBE R 18 SUN
23-25 TWILIGHT MARKETS
MEMBERâ€™S CHRISTMAS CABARET
10.30am Bingo & Cash Housie
M O N DAY
8pm APL Poker
10.30am & 1pm Bingo
$10 Barramundi Dinner Deal*
$10 Steak Dinner Deal*
7.30pm Trivia ?
10.30am & 7pm Bingo & Cash Housie 2
10am Bingo & Cash Housie
11am & 3pm Mahjong
6pm Meat & Gift Raffle
T H U RS DAY
F R I DAY
$10 Chicken Schnitty Dinner Deal*
$20 Lobster Mornay Dinner Deal*
12.30pm Meat Raffle
9.30pm Live DJ
9.30pm Live Music
S ATU RDAY
S U N DAY
$15 Sunday Roast*
6.30pm, 7.30pm & 11pm APL Poker
WHAT’S ON WEEKLY
T U ES DAY
W ED N ES DAY
7.30pm and 8.30pm APL Poker
*One Member Dinner Deal per Member per day may be ordered. Available from 5.30pm-9.30pm, Monday-Thursday in SeptemberNovember in the Club Bistro. Present your membership card to redeem the offer. Dinner Deals are exclusive Member’s offers. Not available in conjunction with any other offer, benefit or discount. Subject to availability. Weekly events are correct at the time of printing. Please see Reception or visit chprsl.com.au for more information.
GIG GUIDE SEP 01 SEP 08 SEP 15 SEP 22 SEP 29
THE BANDITS JUST JAMMIN ATOMIC ILLEGALLY BLONDE ENDLESS SUMMER
OCT 06 OCT 13 OCT 20 OCT 27
747 BAND AFTER PARTY BAND POP FICTION ATOMIC
NOV 03 NOV 10 NOV 17 NOV 24
AFTER PARTY BAND ATOMIC EVERYDAY PEOPLE SHINE
Free Live Music
EV E RY S AT URDAY NIGH T IN TH E MAIN BAR FROM 9.30PM!
Tunes DJ’S PLAYING
IN THE MAIN BAR 9.30pm
t n e m n i a t r e t En IN THE AUDI
SIMPLY THE BEST!
SATURDAY 29 SEPTEMBER 8.30PM Rebecca O’Connor gives the undisputed Queen of Rock ‘Tina Turner’ pure justice in a performance that can only be described as simply the best!
MEMBERS FREE | VISITORS $15
t n e m n i a t r e t En IN THE AUDI
EVERLY’S AND IDOLS
FRIDAY 2 NOVEMBER 8.30PM The Williams Brothers present a tribute to the ‘Everly Brothers’ and the idols of Rock n’ Roll
MEMBERS FREE | VISITORS $15 chprsl.com.au
THE UNITED NATIONS COMEDY GALA SATURDAY 27 8.30PM SUNDAY 28 OCTOBER 7PM
Prepare yourself to witness a comedy show for the ages. Six comedians in a 2 hour Comedy Gala. The show features international comedy superstars including, Joe Avati, whose comical timing and observations about family life and social interactions are spot on. Much loved comedy, music, film and TV star, George Kapiniaris, also plays a leading role in this comedy spectacular. Gabriel Rossi is arguably Australia’s number 1 musical parody writer, creating ethnic versions of Justin Bieber, Adele and many more. PLUS Umit Bali, Frida Deguise & Joe Comino … a star studded line-up that promises to have your belly shaking!
KEVIN BLOODY WILSON
THE MEN IN BLACK TOUR
FRIDAY 7 SEPTEMBER 8.30PM
FRIDAY 12 OCTOBER 8.30PM
A must see for any person wanting to see absolute original Australian comedy. With special guest Jenny Talia from Australia. Helping prevent global boring.
Internationally renowned artist Dean Bourne & acclaimed country singer Chris Callaghan will take you on a magical celebration of the iconic hits of superstars Roy Orbison & Johnny Cash together in concert.
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*Member discount available when booking via Club Reception
THE ITALIAN TENORS SUNDAY 18 NOVEMBER 2PM This encore Australian tour promises all the Italian charm and vocal power of their recently sold out European tour. Together with their live band, the afternoon promises to be an incredible musical montage of vocal passion and entertainment excellence. Direct from Italy, the Italian Tenors are three of Europe’s most successful operatic tenors who have become a worldwide pop-opera phenomenon. Mirko Provini, Sabino Gaita and Evans Tonan combine their classical roots with Neapolitan songs and their own blend of Italian pop sung with the flair and virtuosity that is uniquely the Italian Tenors.
MEMBERS $45 VISITORS $50
BLAME IT ON THE BOOGIE
FRIDAY 19 OCTOBER 7.30PM
FRIDAY 26 OCTOBER 7.30PM
Featuring Alistair Izobell and Loukmaan Adams. The dynamic duo will perform all your favourite hits and backed up by a 6- piece band this show is sure to get you up and dancing.
Australian Wrestling Entertainment presents ‘Hells Playground’, where the drama and action continues. A family friendly show for all ages.
ADULTS $25 KIDS $20*
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*Member discount available when booking via Club Reception
F R E E E N T E R TA I N M E N T
HANK PATSY HANKAND & PATSY BIRTHDAY BIRTHDAYBASH BASH 13 SEPTEMBER 8PM 14 SEPTEMBER 8PM
A tribute to Hank Williams and Patsy Hosted by Bob Howe and Nicki Cline. Featuring Dwayne Elix, Michelle Gillis with the Hillbilly Heaven Little, Garry Wade, Kylie Adamsband. Featuring an all-star tribute Collier, Bryen Willems, Gareth Rowan, to Hank Williams and Patsy Cline Dani Wade and surprise guests. with Dwayne Elix, Michelle Little Hosted by Bob Howe and Nicki Gillis and a multitude of surprise guests. with the Hillbilly Heaven band
FREE MEMBERS MEMBERS FREE || $5 $5VISITORS VISITORS
KICK UP YOUR HEELS 11 OCTOBER 8PM
TOMKINS GUITAR SHOWCASE
Featuring Steve Passfield and Nicole Pigadas plus surprise guests.
Starring a multitude of surprising singers and guitar slingers.
8 NOVEMBER 8PM
Hosted by Bob Howe and Nicki Gillis with the Hillbilly Heaven band MEMBERS FREE | $5 VISITORS
Hosted by Bob Howe and Nicki Gillis with the Hillbilly Heaven band MEMBERS FREE | $5 VISITORS
LUNCH SPECIALS AVAILABLE
Sharon Calabro LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL 5 SEPTEMBER 10.30AM Roland Storm Sharon Calabro Greg Hooper Trio FREE
FRIENDS AND FAVOURITES 3 OCTOBER 10.30AM
ITâ€™S SHOWTIME 7 NOVEMBER 10.30AM
Paula Watt David Bond Greg Hooper Trio
Narelle Winters WP Brennan Greg Hooper Trio FREE
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MEMBER’S CHRISTMAS DINNER DANCE
THE MAGIC OF MICHAEL BUBLE & NATALIE COLE WITH SPECIAL TRIBUTE GUESTS GEORGE MICHAEL & DISCO DIVAS! FRIDAY 30 NOVEMBER AND SATURDAY 1 DECEMBER DOORS 6.30PM | MEMBER’S TICKETS $40PP*
ENTRÉE Tasmanian Smoked Salmon lime creme fraiche, watermelon radish, caper berries, watercress, citrus dressing
Red Wine Beef Cheek truffle mash, braised eschallots, baby beets, charred broccolini, red wine jus
DESSERT Christmas Pudding baileys custard, fresh berries, walnut praline
TICKETS ON SALE 9AM SATURDAY 22 SEPTEMBER FOR BOOKINGS 9559 0000 OR CHPRSL.COM.AU
NO PHONE BOOKINGS ON THE DAY | ONE GUEST PER MEMBER *The Member’s discount is not valid for this event.
Hamtastic Raffles* ($5,000 EACH RAFFLE) Monday 3, 10 & 17 December 2018 On Sale: 5pm Drawn: 7pm Starlight Auditorium
($7,500 EACH RAFFLE) Sunday 9 & 16 December 2018 On Sale: 3.30pm Drawn: 5pm Starlight Auditorium
NORTH POLES GOT TALENT Sunday 9 December | 1pm & 3pm | Tickets $5* Santa Claus is planning a special concert to thank all his elves for their hard work in making toys for all the girls & boys. There is one naughty elf who has been banned from the concert – come along and see what happens on stage!
dance party Sunday 16 December 2018 | 3pm | Tickets $5* In the Starlight Auditorium
Select Dance Co are throwing a fun and interactive dance party that will get all the kids moving and grooving!
SANTA SNAPS Sunday 9 & 16 December 2018 | 12pm-4pm Treasure your 2018 Christmas memories forever with a FREE photo opportunity with Santa! Don’t forget to bring your camera.
for bookings 9559 0000 OR CHPRSL.COM.AU *The Member’s discount is not valid for these events.
BOOKINGS & pREPAYMENTS ESSENTIAL - 9559 0000 OR CHPRSL.COM.AU *The Memberâ€™s discount is not valid for these events.
B O O K YO U R C H R I S T M A S E V E N T W I T H F A M I LY, F R I E N D S A N D G O O D F O O D Elevate your Christmas celebration with our new sharing menus. Call 9559 0000 or
NE W YEARS E V E MO N DAY 3 1 D EC EMB E R 9 PM – 1 A M
Let ABBALANCHE, Au stral i a’s award-wi n n i n g A B BA Tribute Band, take you o n an e n te r tai n i n g r i de th ro u g h the hits you know so we l l an d i n to th e New Ye ar ! With pl enty of crowd partici pati o n , daz z l i n g co stu m e s, si n g-a-l o ng ballads and dance-floo r h i ts, A B BA LA NC HE wi l l take yo u back (and forward to 20 1 9) to a ti m e fo n dl y re m e m be re d.
T I C K E TS $ 3 5 * FOR BOOKINGS 9559 0000 OR CHPRSL.COM.AU *Member discount available when booking via Club Reception
MAKE YOUR MARK DOWN UNDER
COUNTDOWN BEGINS TEAM AUSTRALIA ANNOUNCED!
Australia will field its largest ever team at this yearâ€™s Invictus Games, with the combined Australian Defence Force and RSL team boasting 72 wounded warriors competing in individual and team sports, including archery, athletics, indoor rowing, the Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge, powerlifting, road cycling, sailing, sitting volleyball, swimming, wheelchair basketball and wheelchair rugby. You can check out the team at www.defence.gov.au/Events/InvictusGames/team/
INVICTUS Out of the night that covers me, Black as the pit from pole to pole, I thank whatever gods may be For my unconquerable soul. In the fell clutch of circumstance I have not winced nor cried aloud. Under the bludgeonings of chance My head is bloody, but unbowed. Beyond this place of wrath and tears Looms but the Horror of the shade, And yet the menace of the years Finds and shall find me unafraid. It matters not how strait the gate, How charged with punishments the scroll, I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul. WILLIAM ERNEST HENLEY
$2 COIN MINTED
READY, SET, GO!
The Club, with ClubsNSW as a founding partner, is a proud supporter of the 2018 Invictus Games. Watch all the action of the Games, starting 20 October from the comfort of the Main Bar or catch it live with tickets on sale NOW. Visit www.invictusgames2018.org/the-games/tickets/
The shiny new coin was recently announced to celebrate the upcoming Invictus Games and will go in to circulation in October ahead of the Games. Featuring a wheelchair athlete, the coin embodies the spirit of the unconquered determination of our wounded warriors.
LIFE MEMBERSHIP AWARDED TO OUR SUB-BRANCH PRESIDENT
Ken McIntyre, JP has been a member of the RSL for 49 years, first joining Glen Innes after returning from active service in the Malaysian / Indonesian conflict 1964-65. Ken transferred to Marrickville RSL and then to Canterbury-Hurlstone Park Sub-branch in 1999. On retiring from full-time employment, Ken became involved with the Subbranch, elected to positions as Assistant Secretary, Honorary Secretary, Trustee, Welfare Officer and pension advisor before being elected to the role of President of the Sub-branch in 2016. Ken is also a JP for Members of the Club and the community. Ken was awarded Life Membership of the Returned Servicemen’s League of Australia, NSW Branch by former Past President of CHP RSL and Life Member, Bobby Stephenson on 8 May 2018. Congratulations Ken.
MARRICKVILLE RSL KINGS RUGBY LEAGUE CLUB RETURN TO MARRICKVILLE PARK
Marrickville RSL is a Member of the Canterbury-Hurlstone Park RSL group of clubs. Since the amalgamation with CHPRSL back in 2015, we have proudly provided financial support for Marrickville RSL Kings Rugby League Club. With this support, the club has grown from just a few senior teams, and now fields a team in every age group from under 5’s to A grade and a womens team. Since rebuilding the club, it has been a united goal for senior team games to return back to their spiritual home ground, Marrickville Park, where youth training and games are held. For this dream to be realised, the grounds condition needed to be improved to an acceptable level for play. With the Club and Council working together, after almost 20 years, on 24 June 2018 they are back!
5TH ANNUAL ARCHIE WHITE MEMORIAL SPORTING CHALLENGE
On the 22nd July, four teams of the Golfing Sub-Clubs from the CHP RSL and satellite clubs; Bargo Sports, Magpie Sports, Marrickville RSL and a couple of the CHP RSL Directors met for the 5th Annual Golfing Challenge to compete for the “Archie” at Georges River Golf Course. It was a cool Sunday morning when 48 players hit off both tees, with a player from each of the Sub-Club’s to form the 12 tee groups in competition for the Trophy. Some partners joined in, and all enjoyed the banter and camaraderie when hitting the little ball around the golf course, with prizes up for grabs. Bargo Sports team were the winners this year and President, Craig Welbourn accepted the “Archie” from Archie White’s son Alan White and daughter Margaret Mistry at the Presentation held at the CHP RSL Heritage Room after the game.
CAMPERDOWN CAMPERDOWN TENNIS
Camperdown Tennis has been focusing on the great programs it offers the community - learn to play tennis, futsal competitions, fitness programs, senior’s fitness and court hire. Our next step is strengthening our relationship with local schools with our great ClubGRANTS program- so if you have a child at a local school, sit on a P&C, or are passionate about healthy lifestyle for children - “think” of the great facilities and programs Camperdown Tennis can offer. Not only are individuals and schools engaged with Camperdown Tennis, we also run fantastic corporate days, with catering available from Camperdown Commons upstairs. Get your employees out of the office and into an environment where they can have fun, relax, and feel appreciated for all their hard work!
Camperdown Commons has been building relationships with not-for profits and community groups by providing free or discounted hire in our fantastic community spaces. Over 80 different organisations have come through our doors and we are open to more. ClubGRANTS are available to community groups and in the majority of cases the hire for the spaces is free. So, if you work for a not-for-profit, or community group, or know someone who does, send them our way. Looking to host a private event for yourself? Our spaces are stunning for a private event; whether it is a celebratory lunch, a big birthday dinner, weddings, or even a big corporate event. With a farm at the door, our spaces provide you and your guests a unique and picturesque event space.
PRIMARY AGED VACATION CARE Being good neighbours, Camperdown Commons and Camperdown Tennis are continually looking at opportunities to engage the local community together. A Vacation Care program was developed and launched in Spring 2017 and now has over 1,000 primary aged children attend during the school holidays. We offer a unique line up of experiences and activities for children; think Slime and Science, Tennis Hot Shots, Cooking, Farming, Yoga
and so much more. Children can come for a half or full day of care. The feedback we have received from the program has been phenomenal, and we are extremely proud of this initiative. Our Spring 2018 program is now live, so make sure your children, grandchildren and friends visit our website to find out more.
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KIDS IN COMMON
2-12 OCTOBER 2018 Unique Experiences for Primary School Kids at Camperdown!
LITTLE FARMERS - COOKING STARS - SLIME & SCIENCE - CARTOONING - DRAMARAMA - DANCING STARS KIDS YOGA - WATER & GAMES - MARTIAL ARTS - TENNIS HOT SHOTS - SOCCER STARS - BASKETBALL SLAM - AFL & OZ TAG
COMMUNITY MAGPIE SPORTS
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Canterbury-Hurlstone Park RSL Club takes great pride in supporting a wide range of organisations and not-for-profit foundations. Community grassroots sport initiatives are an important component of the support we provide, which all began with the amalgamation of Magpie Sports Club more than five years ago. We want to make Magpies Sports our home for local sporting clubs and sports fans. In 2018 CHP RSL has taken that engagement to another level by providing the Heartbeat of Football Charity (HOF) a home at our Magpie Sports Club in Croydon. This relationship follows the staging of two very successful HOF events, a Sports Luncheon in 2016 and Socceroos Celebration Dinner in 2018. These two events alone helped raise just over $50,000 for the Charity to ensure its on-going existence. HOF is devoted to creating awareness about heart health on the sporting field and ensuring all NSW grounds have defibrillators as well as volunteers equipped with CPR training. As a result the NSW Government last year pledged $4,000,000 for a four-year defibrillator rollout into local sports clubs and groups. CHP RSL CEO Dean Thomas is proud to support such a worthwhile cause. “Our club has a rich history in supporting local sporting clubs in our community,” Thomas said. “Bringing Heartbeat of Football into our family is a great way to also unite our sub-clubs and at the same time reinforce the charity’s message of heart health awareness. In the last 19 months, 15 footballers have been saved because clubs and volunteers were equipped with defibrillators and CPR training.” HOF will not only have a new home at Magpie Sports, but also a regular venue for future fundraising and community events.
BARGO EARNS RETURNS Bargo Sports Club, part of the CHP family, are on a mission to help reduce landfill and help the community make a little money on the way! The NSW Governments Return and Earn scheme was rolled out earlier this year with resounding success and Bargo Sports Club was chosen as a partner return point. The reverse vending machines accept cans, cartons and bottles with
10 cents for each container which you can exchange for cash, deposit into your Paypal account or donate to a local community group. The return point makes it much easier for local residents and largely popular with kids and adults alike, wanting to make a little pocket money while doing their part for the environment.
Board Of Directors John Crowhurst President Malcolm Tyler Senior Vice President Steve Baker Junior Vice President Neville Brown Director Mark McIntyre Director Michelle Boon Director Lee Fitzgerald Director
Contact Details Phone 02 9559 0000 Fax
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Email email@example.com Web www.chprsl.com.au Mail Private Mail Bag No 4, Canterbury NSW 2193 Address 20–26 Canterbury Rd, Hurlstone Park NSW 2193 Trading Hours Mon–Sun 8am–6am Sub-Branch Office Hours Mon, Tues, Thur 12pm–4pm Friday 12pm–2pm Saturday On request Club Bistro – Open 7 days Lunch Friday to Sunday 11.30am-3.30pm Dinner Sunday to Thursday 5.30pm to 9.30pm Friday and Saturday 5.30pm to 10pm Club Café – Open 7 days 8am–late Main Bar & TAB – Open 7 days 8am–Late Nu Bambu - Open for dinner 7 days 5.30pm-late Lunch Friday to Sunday 11.30am-3.30pm Anytime Fitness - Open 24/7 Courtesy Bus Operates Tuesday–Sunday Tuesday 5pm–9pm (8pm last departure from the Club) Wed–Sun 4pm–12am (11pm last departure from the Club) Service available to Members only. Pick–up available from residential address. For Bookings call 0408 437 749.
Sub-Branch Committee President/Trustee Ken McIntyre JP Vice President Frank Mingare Vice President Malcolm Little OAM Honorary Secretary Robin Bowley Treasurer Bill McLaren Committee/Trustee Alven Gillett Committee Bruce Wilkinson, Muriel Buckland Trustee Douglas Wigg Ladies Auxiliary Noeleen Joyner 9557 4409 Sub-Club Contacts Darts Club – 9797 7183 John Parsell Wednesday 7.30 pm Golf Club – 0408 264 441 Ron Williamson – President Indoor Bowls – 9559 0000 Beryl Stephenson– Wednesday 7.30pm Lawn Bowls – 9661 5498 Linda Ross – Plays 1st Sunday of the month Line Dancing – 0404 022 497 Grace Salvo Fishing - 0402 822 132 Michael Conte firstname.lastname@example.org Probus Club – 9558 3739 John Graham JP | 2nd Monday of each month at 10.30am Snooker Club – 9558 9189 Maurice Shannon – Competitions Thursday & Sunday Toastmasters –0411 300 880 Giuseppe Leone – 2nd and 4th Monday of every month at 7pm Youth Club – 0411 482 874 Mary Hennessy Travel Club – 9567 2327 Mark McIntyre. Meeting 1st Tuesday each month. $5 joining fee. email@example.com Dress Code The dress code is designed to set standards of dress within the Club that are appropriate to the occasion & acceptable to the majority of Members. In general Club areas, dress for both men & women must be clean, neat & tidy at all times. Management reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone not conforming to the Club’s dress policy.
IN MEMORY Sub-Branch NEEVE Geoffrey Club ALLEN Raymond BRADY Anthony BRIGANTI Flavio BROWN Jeanie CONNELL Kevin CONNOLLY Jennie DA SILVA Carlos DELANEY Horace HICKES Mere KIELY Margaret KIME George KRUMMER Dieter MANDILE Robert John OLSON Robyn PORTER Colin James RUMLEY Michael WALTER Joan WELLS Susan Every year businesses with over 100 employees are required to lodge a report with the Workplace Gender Equity Agency (WGEA) and to notify their members and employees upon lodgment every year. If you are interested in viewing our Workplace Public Report for the 2017-2018 reporting year, a copy will be made available at Reception. Please take this as notification that we have fulfilled such reporting and accessibility requirements and have thus been considered compliant by the WGEA. Official publication ABN 56 000 967 199. Information was correct at the time of printing. Canterbury–Hurlstone Park RSL Club promotes the responsible service of gaming & the responsible service of alcohol. Think! About your choices. Call Gambling Help 1800 858 858 www.gamblinghelp.nsw.gov.au. Player activity statements for gaming machine play are available on request.
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