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Year in Review 2012

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ANZAC DAY ANZAC Day 2013 commemorates the 98th Anniversary of our troops landing at Gallipoli.

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MOTHER’S DAY Spoil your Mum with a delightful breakfast or buffet lunch.

With this edition

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*also available at reception

PENFOLDS WINE APPRECIATION DINNER A delightful evening enjoying internationally celebrated Penfolds Bin release.

Regulars Calendar

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A joyous celebration of Ol’ Blue Eyes with ‘Frank, a Life in Song’.

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Mama Wong

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Sub-Clubs

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Member Meal Deals

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Entertainment

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Anytime Fitness

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Club Information

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TAYLOR DAYNE A special performance by a world-class artist and

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Cooks River Sporting Alliance

TOM BURLINSON

performer.

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Cover image: From the collection of the National Archives of Australia.

ANYTIME FITNESS Enjoy great Personal Training Specials.

big screen Catch all the live sporting action of Season 2013 on our new big screen in the lounge.

sports action

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APRIL 2013

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY 10.30am & 7pm Bingo/Housie

10.30am Bingo 7.30pm APL Poker

10.30am Daytime Entertainment

THURSDAY

lest we forget FRIDAY

SATURDAY

12.30pm Grocery & Meat Raffle

10.30am Free Bingo 7.30pm APL Poker

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10.30am Bingo 7.30pm APL Poker

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12.30pm Grocery & Meat Raffle

6.30pm Members Anzac Cabaret Dinner

6.30pm Members Anzac Cabaret Dinner

10pm Afterdark Entertainment

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12.30pm Grocery & Meat Raffle

10.30am Free Bingo 7.30pm APL Poker

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8.30pm Kevin Bloody Wilson (R) p.12

ANZAC Day p.6 5.10pm Two Up 7.30pm APL Poker

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1pm Raffle – Giftware & Fresh Produce 7pm APL Poker

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Sizzling Wagyu

Rack of Pork Ribs

Half Lobster Mornay

$29.90 Non-Member

$29.90 Non-Member

$29.90 Non-Member

MONDAYS

TUESDAYS

WEDNESDAYS

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KIDS EAT FREE THURSDAYS *Conditions Apply, see page 11


MONDAY

TUESDAY

mother’s day p.8-9

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10.30am & 7pm Bingo/Housie 10.30am Daytime Entertainment

10.30am Free Bingo 7.30pm APL Poker 8pm X Factor Major Cash Draw

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Mothers Day Breakfast in Café & Lunch in Viva Room p.8-9 1pm Raffle – Giftware & Fresh Produce 7pm APL Poker

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1pm Raffle – Giftware & Fresh Produce 7pm APL Poker

19 1pm Motza Raffle $3,000 2pm & 7pm APL Poker

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8.30pm Frank, a Life In Song featuring Tom Burlinson and his All Star Band p.13

1pm Raffle – Giftware & Fresh Produce 7pm APL Poker

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$19.90

$19.90

$19.90

Sizzling Wagyu

Rack of Pork Ribs

Half Lobster Mornay

$29.90 Non-Member

$29.90 Non-Member

$29.90 Non-Member

MONDAYS

TUESDAYS

WEDNESDAYS

*Conditions Apply, see page 11

10pm Afterdark Entertainment

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10.30am Free Bingo 7.30pm APL Poker

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24th Sydney Middle Eastern Dance Festival

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10.30am Bingo 7.30pm APL Poker

FRIDAY

MAY 2013

see, live, dine, play

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Day

ANZAC

Thursday, 25 April

THIS YEAR ANZAC DAY COMMEMORATES THE 98TH ANNIVERSARY of the landing of troops from

Australia and New Zealand on the Gallipoli Peninsula Turkey, in World War I. Today, the significance of ANZAC Day goes beyond Gallipoli to recognise all Australians who have served and died in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations. The spirit of ANZAC, with its human qualities of courage, mateship and sacrifice, continues to have meaning and relevance for our sense of national identity.

Lest We Forget WHY DO WE WEAR ROSEMARY ON ANZAC DAY?

WE WILL REMEMBER THEM

There are two strongly held beliefs why small sprigs of rosemary worn in the coat lapel, pinned to the breast or held in place by medals is synonymous with remembrance and commemoration. • Rosemary grows in abundance on the Gallipoli peninsula. It is widely believed that as there were no flowers on the battlefield, rosemary was the only greenery to decorate the graves. • Another belief is that in ancient times this plant was thought to strengthen memory. Greek scholars wore rosemary in their hair to help remember their studies, and the association with remembrance has carried through to modern times.

Every night at 6pm in our Club, we stop to observe a minute’s silence, while the Ode of Remembrance is broadcast to commemorate the Australian servicemen and women who have tragically given their lives while serving to protect their country:

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They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old; Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them. Lest We Forget


ANZAC Events COMMEMORATION – SUNDAY, 21 APRIL Celebrate the spirit of ANZAC with our Club’s servicemen & women. All Club members are welcome to participate. NB Dress regulations apply.

Member’s ANZAC Cabaret & Dinner Dance FRIDAY 12 & SATURDAY 13 APRIL

2.00pm March assembles at Canterbury Boys High School car park on the corner of Mount & Hardy Streets to march to the Club 2.20pm Wreath laying in the Bert Crook Memorial Garden 2.30pm Commemoration ceremony begins in the auditorium, followed by the NSW Fire Brigade Band * – FAMILIES WELCOME *Entry to the auditorium will not be permitted after service commences.

DOORS 6.30PM – TICKETS $35PP MEMBERS + 1 GUEST

Complimentary meal & drinks will only be provided to those attending the service in the auditorium. Free shuttle bus from the Club to high school from 1.30pm for those unable to march.

Entreé Smoked Ocean Trout served with pickled cucumber and orange salad w garlic crouton

ANZAC DAY – THURSDAY, 25 APRIL ANZAC Day morning is set aside for the Dawn Service and ANZAC March in the city. Our events begin at midday and are highlighted by our sunset service at the Club’s Bert Crook memorial garden. 3.45am A government bus is available to the city for the Dawn Service. Pick-up opposite the Club 9.00am The Sydney ANZAC March will be screened on the big screen 11.30am $5 lunch available in the auditorium 1.30pm NSW Fire Bridge Band & Marching Girls 5.00pm Sunset service at the Bert Crook Memorial Garden 5.10pm Two-up in the auditorium

Celebrate the greatest hits from the most iconic bands of all time! A showcase of the world’s most loved hits from the Jersey Boys, The Beatles, The Jackson 5 and the Bee Gee’s. Honest, direct and unpretentious comedian Joe Avati will having you laughing the whole night through. MENU

Mains Roast Lamb Rump served with feta, pine nut potato cake, spinach, beans and carrot w basil pesto Dessert Sticky Fig Pudding w maple butterscotch & praline Tickets on sale now 9559 0000

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mother’sday Sunday, 12 May

THE HISTORY OF MOTHER’S DAY The earliest history of Mother’s Day dates back to the ancient annual spring festival the Greeks dedicated to honour Rhea, wife of Cronus and the mother of many deities of Greek Mythology. Ancient Romans too, celebrated a spring festival, called Hilaria dedicated to Cybele, a mother goddess. The celebration lasted for three days and included offerings, parades, games and masquerades. Many hundreds of years later, early Christians celebrated a Mother’s Day during a festival on the fourth Sunday of Lent in honour of the Virgin Mary, the Mother of Christ. The more recent history of Mother’s Day dates back to the 1600’s in England. Here a Mothering Sunday was celebrated annually on the fourth Sunday of Lent. After a prayer service to honour the Virgin Mary, children brought gifts and flowers to pay tribute to their own mothers. Today, Mother’s Day is celebrated across 46 countries (on different dates) with millions of people across the world taking the opportunity to honour and thank their mothers for their efforts in giving them life, raising them and for their endless love and support.

Breakfast

in the Café

CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

$12

Fresh baked pastry platter – croissants, danishes & variety of toast w condiments Fresh sliced seasonal fruit platter w passionfruit yoghurt & cereal

BIG BREAKFAST

$3,000 MOTHER’S DAY RAFFLE TUESDAY 7 MAY On Sale 5.30pm Drawn 7.00pm

Bacon, eggs, sausage, hash brown & grilled tomato

FULL BREAKFAST

$27

including Continental & Big Breakfast Other Specials: Eggs benedict / florentine

$13

Fried eggs w bacon and roast tomato tomaca

$13

Scrambled eggs w smoked salmon and ricotta cheese

$14

French omelette w ham, mushroom, spinach & tomato

$14

Bookings essential 9559 0000

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$15


Buffet Lunch

in the Viva Room

Antipasto platter Cold meats Prawns and oysters Whole poached salmon Roast beef w potatoes and pumpkin Butter chicken w rice palif, pappadam and riata Garden salad, pasta salad, greek salad Fresh fruit platter Pavlova

New Season Dishes Stir Fried Snow Peas w Tiger King Prawns

$17.90

Assorted cheesecakes

Sizzling BBQ Chicken w Squid

$15.90

Chocolate mousse w fresh cream

Three kinds of Prawns w Scallops Chow Mein

$19.90

Tea & coffee

Mama Wong Seafood Hot Pot w Tofu & Vegetables

$17.90

Sizzling Beef & Lamb w Three Cup Sauce

$15.90

Pork Spare Ribs & King Prawns w Roasted Honey Walnuts

$16.90

Sizzling Tiger King Prawns and Scallops in Garlic w Butter Sauce

$19.90

Apple, cherry and chocolate hazelnut strudel

$65PP

KIDS $25 (UP TO 12 YEARS) Bookings essential 9559 0000

Lunch Special $7.90

Monday – Sunday 11am-3pm (except Public Holidays)

Kids Eat FREE* Monday – Wednesday * Conditions apply

Open 7 days – lunch & dinner Lunch 11am – 3pm Dinner 5pm – 10pm

Mother’s Day Banquet Entrée

Spring Rolls

Mains

Stir-fry Tiger King Prawn w garlic butter sauce Pork Spare Rib w honey pepper sauce Combination Chow Mein Salt & Pepper Seafood Mangolian Combination Fried or steamed rice

Dessert Fruit Platter

$27.90pp

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a guide to your

Darts Club All ages are invited to play darts games in a friendly & social atmosphere. Wednesday 8pm. Bill Pitham – 9559 0000 Golf Club Enjoy good company & great days on the course. Numerous local golf courses are played throughout the year. Ron Williamson – 0408 264 441 Indoor Bowls Join us for a friendly game of mixed indoor bowls, held weekly. Our members are pleased to donate $1,000 to Cancer Research each year. Wednesday 7.30pm. Bobbie Stephenson – 9559 0000 Lawn Bowls Join our happy bowlers (men & ladies), as we play monthly games. Each year we have 2-3 enjoyable coach trips. First Sunday of the month 10am. Jeanie Brown – 9718 6274 Line Dancing Get fit & have some boot scootin’ country fun. All levels & ages welcome. Monday 7pm & Thursday 2pm. Beginners Thursday 1.30pm. Anne Walter – 0414 710 990 Fishing Club Two chartered boats & great company. Meet 1st Monday of every month 7.30pm. Trips on 4th Sunday (Oct to March two trips per month). Nelia De Abreu – 9787 9318 Probus Club Popular worldwide as a means of active retirees to develop new friendships & enjoy social activities, tours, outings & guest speakers. 2nd Monday of each month 10.30am. Patricia O’Keefe – 9799 2057 10 Chevron

Snooker Club Enhance your snooker skills. All welcome, from beginners to A graders. Thursday night 7pm or the social snooker competitions Sunday 11am. Maurice Shannon – 9559 0000 Toastmasters Improve your communication, public speaking & leadership skills via projects to learn the arts of speaking, listening, & thinking. 2nd & 4th Mondays every month 7pm. Kerry McNally – 0425 228 306 Youth Club The Youth Club is all about community, friendships & learning. Offers gymnastics, dance classes & school holiday workshops. Gymnastics 5-24 years. Keep fit, have fun & learn great routines, with opportunities to compete. Dance classes Children 3-24 years. Tiny Tots Dance 4 Fun, Preschool Dance, Ballet, Tap & Jazz, Junior & Senior Hip Hop classes, as well as Boys Only Tap & Hip Hop lessons. School Holiday Workshops include sessions in Jazz, Hip Hop, Tap, Lyrical, Musical Theatre, Singing & Drama. Jodie Capo – 0419 615 788 Travel Club The aim of the Travel Club is to offer inexpensive, interesting days out & extended tours in comfort & safety. Trips include tours to the Hunter Valley Gardens, Floriade & A Mystery Weekend. Monthly meetings. Meet 1st Tuesday of each month (excluding December) at 6.30pm. Mark McIntyre – 9567 2327 Women’s Auxillary Social get together, guest speakers, craft, bingo, fundraising and assistance to our Veterans. Second Monday of month at 2pm. Noeleen Joyner – 9557 4409


Penfolds Wine

Appreciation Dinner

WEDNESDAY, 1 MAY 6.30pm

CanapÊs Penfold’s Bin 51 Riesling Eden Valley SA

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Scallop and Prawn Terrine Penfolds Bin 311 Chardonnay 2012, Tumbarumba NSW

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Braised Beef Cheeks, Parmesan & Roast Garlic Potato Puree w red wine reduction Bin 407 Cabernet Sauvignon 2010 South Australia

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$80

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Bookings Essential 9559 0000

Dark Chocolate and Walnut Pudding w Maple Anglaise Bluestone Grand Tawny

Kids Eat FREE Thursdays! One free kids meal per adult meal. (under 12)

$19

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Member Meal Deals* All served with chips and salad.

Monday Fish & Chips Penne Bolognese s Minute Steak & Chip ips Chicken Nuggets & Ch s Cheese Burger & Chip

Sizzling Wagyu $29.90 Non-Member

Tuesday Rack of Pork Ribs $29.90 Non-Member

Wednesday Half Lobster Mornay $29.90 Non-Member * To be fair to all Members, a maximum of two Meal Deals per night may be ordered. Present your card to claim the discount. Chevron 11


EntErtainMEnt Canterbury Country FREE for members, $5 visitors Join us every month for some honky-tonkin’ fun Sydney’s most popular monthly country music show, Canterbury Country showcases a variety of country stars, songwriters and musicians. From Honky-Tonk to modern sounds, Bob Howe & the Hillbilly Heaven Band with Nicki Gillis invite you to experience a lil’ country right here at the Club.

Rob Wilson

Thursday, 11 April 8pm Double Trouble Featuring Rob Wilson & Tara Naysmith The Brandts (Kel-Anne & Natalie) Nicki Gillis & Bob Howe

The Brandts Ted Simpson

Thursday, 9 May 8pm Ami Williamson

Stephanie Jansen

Tara Naysmith

APRIL

13th Birthday Show Featuring Ami Williamson ‘Big’ Ted Simpson Stephanie Jansen

WEDNESDAY, 24 APRIL 10.30AM – $7

SATURDAY, 20 APRIL 8.30PM – $54

‘First of the Final Farewell Tours’ (R Rated – Explicit language) A Legend of Australiana comedy nobody tells Australian stories like Kevin Bloody Wilson with special guest Jenny Talia.

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O.P Productions Presents ‘So You Wanna Join The Circus’ Featuring: Ringmaster, Frizzy The Clown, Ashlee Hutchen, The Kids from Chapel Lane Performance Studio 12PM FREE ‘So You Wanna Dance?’ The Kids from Chapel Lane Performance Studio will show you some of the latest dance moves to join in! 1.30PM Bingo with Lyn White $2 / book


For bookings

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MAY

FRIDAY, 31 MAY 8.30PM – $40

A special Encore Presentation Tom Burlinson with his All Star Band stars in this swinging joyous celebration of the music and cabaret of the late, great Ol’ Blue Eyes Tom Burlinson a master storyteller and vocalist

ABBALANCHE THE AUSTRALIAN ABBA SHOW

24th Sydney Middle Eastern Dance Festival FRIDAY, 3tSATURDAY, 4tSUNDAY, 5 MAY Dances of the Seven Seas Friday, 3 May 7.30pm $45 Adults $20 Child under 12yrs Come with us on a journey to rival Sinbad’s from shore to shore over the seas, oceans and bays. Experience the joy and the magic of belly dance in all its fascinating, dynamic and elegant forms. Dance Party Sydney Style! Saturday, 4 May 7.30pm $25 Adults Forget Gangnam style, show us you’re Sydney Style! or Melbourne, Brissie, Perth, Wagga, Toowoomba. Festival Follies Sunday, 5 May 10am

FRIDAY, 10 MAY 8.30PM – $20

A glorious tribute to one of the most successful and influential pop groups of all time. Abbalanche will have you singing and dancing in the aisles. So dust off your flares, get down and get funky with these sexy swinging Swedes.

Showcase & Market Day A full day of performances, lots of stalls and a day to buy belly dance wares, music, props and jewellery. Group Bookings contact www.sydmedfest.com 95193764

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JUNE

For bookings

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Taylor Dayne THURSDAY, 6 JUNE 8PM – $55

A special encore presentation Dance Pop Diva, Multi-Platinum recording artist and world-class performer Taylor Dayne has sold more than 75 million albums and singles worldwide, garnering three Grammy Award nominations along the way. Her top ten hits include “Tell It To My Heart”, “With Every Beat of My Heart”, “I’ll Be Your Shelter”, “Heart of Stone”, “Love Will Lead You Back” and many more.

HAPPY DAYS SATURDAY, 8 JUNE & SUNDAY, 9 JUNE

THURSDAY, 20 – SUNDAY, 30 JUNE

Here is the next instalment set to have crowds in stitches for all of the politically incorrect reasons – The Good The Bad And The Ethnic. With an all-star line-up of the best local ethnic comedy superstars, this brand new show is packed full of laughs and ground-breaking comedy.

St George Theatre Co (Rockdale Musical Society). A new musical reintroduces one of America’s best loved families & the King of Cool “The Fonz”. Great show for the whole family.

SAT 8.30PM & SUN 8PM – $43.50

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PREVIEW/MEMBERS $20 (THURSDAY, 20 ONLY) ADULTS $35, CONS $30, CHILD $25 DINNER SATURDAY NIGHTS $75


For bookings

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Ross Maio

DAYTIME

Rowena Michael

10.30am in the Starlight Showroom

April

May

DAYTIME 3 Rowena Michael

DAYTIME 1 Ross Maio

Terry Mack

Steve Murphy

Robyn Pinson Trio

Robyn Pinson Trio Grooveology

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AFTERDARK from 10pm until late in the lounge

April

May

AFTERDARK 6 Pop Fiction – Zoltan

AFTERDARK 4 747 Band

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Dig This – Lisa Crouch

20 Urban Stone 27 The Frocks

Over the Edge

Over the Edge Dance Band

18 Gooveology 25 Flava Urban Stone

The Frocks

COMING SOON Brian Mannix – Uncanny X-men Scott Carne – Kids in the Kitchen David Sterry – Real Life Dale Ryder – Boom Crash Opera Paul Gray – Wa Wa Nee

SATURDAY, 24 AUGUST 8.30PM – $50 Orchestral sessions with 15 piece orchestra

Ezio de Angelis, Michelle de Angelis, Greg Riley, Max Coppa

NEIL DIAMOND’S Hot August Night The Concert SATURDAY, 31 AUGUST 8.30PM – $50 Peter Byrne & 30 piece Sydney International Orchestra

AUGUST

MAX PELLICANO is ‘Elvis to the Max’

THURSDAY, 25 JULY $40

JULY

SATURDAY, 20 JULY 8.30PM – $33

The Super Psychic Show

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Cooks River

sporting alliance In late 2012, a working group of local sporting clubs was formed with the assistance of the Cooks River Sporting Alliance (CRSA), a Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL Club initiative. This group meets regularly to brainstorm ideas that will assist grassroots sporting associations to deliver valuable sporting programs for a healthy and more connected local community. Clubs including Summer Hill Cricket, Canterbury Little Athletics and Canterbury Junior Rugby Club are offering local residents an outlet for sports participation and a place for community and volunteerism. Sports club volunteers are the second largest group after welfare sector volunteers, clearly reinforcing their place as a major part of our community. This working group has identified that one of the biggest challenges they face is the increasing difficulty in making meaningful connections with the broader community. Specific concerns vary depending on the actual sport, however a recurring issue has surfaced; promotion, liaison with local councils and encouraging engagement

by their members and the wider community has become more difficult. A formalised network under the CRSA offers the best opportunity to create connections into the future. Through the ClubGRANTS program, an informal connection for many organisations already informally exists and the CRSA will continue to promote our Club’s support of local sporting clubs, schools and disadvantaged groups. The CRSA will facilitate developing and implement programs for a more connected and healthier local community. Interesting fact: An ABS Volunteers 2006 Report found that of all “highly committed volunteers (those who average 6 hours per week) almost 53% volunteer in sport. However, in terms of donations, sports clubs are ranked amongst the lowest receiving only 8% of total donations. The Cooks River Sporting Alliance is aimed at addressing this imbalance.

Sub Branch Celebrating 50 years A celebration luncheon was held in late 2012 to recognise Members who have been with Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL Sub-Branch for 50 years. This landmark event was held in the Club auditorium and was attended by over two-hundred Members. NSW Governor, Professor Marie Bashir personally presented proud 50 year Members with their certificates. Members who were unable to attend the event due to distance or ill health, were either posted or delivered their certificates.

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PERSONAL TRAINING

life MONDAY 9.15am 10.30am 11.30am 12.45pm 2.00pm 6.00pm

3 X 30 MIN $99* 10 X 30 MIN $350 FITNESS ASSESSMENT AND PROGRAM $90 *

Introductory Offer

Call us today on 9559 0026

Hurlstone Park

www.anytimefitness.com.au *Offer valid for first time members who are local residents, 18 years and over only. Terms & Conditions apply, contact us for further details.

Functions & events For further information, please call Virginia on 9559 0000, or email functions@chprsl.com.au to arrange a meeting and discuss your needs.

7.00pm

Tai Chi Zumba Gold Zumba Belly Dance Pilates Line Dancing (Beginners) Line Dancing (Social)

TUESDAY 9.15am 10.30am 11.45am 1.00pm 2.15pm 6.00pm 7.15pm 8.30pm

Zumba Yoga Exercise Plus Belly Dancing Pilates Yoga Yoga Zumba

THURSDAY 9.15am Yoga - Japanese 10.30am Yoga - Hatha 12.00pm Gentle Exercise 1.00pm Line Dancing (Beginners) 2.00pm Line Dancing (Intermediate) 6.00pm Yoga 7.15pm Yoga

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Private Functions & Events Special Occasions Gala Dinners School Formals & Graduations Wedding Receptions Cocktail Parties Corporate Functions & Events Conferences, Meetings & Seminars

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Ever considered a Traineeship in Hospitality? Located inside the Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL Club, the CHP School of Hospitality has been providing Nationally Accredited Training programmes for over 13 years to staff in NSW Clubs and those wishing to enter the Hospitality Industry. You may be employed full or part-time, new to the industry or you may have many years experience and wish to gain formal qualifications through a mix of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and on the job training. We will assess your eligibility for Traineeship and you can start your training the following week at no cost to you or your Club. Call us now and get qualified. Web: www.chpsoh.com.au Email: rto@chprsl.com.au Phone: (02) 9559 0025 and speak to Adriana

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9787 4677

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2013 Board Of Directors Seated

Archie White Neville Brown Michelle Boon

Senior Vice President President Junior Vice President

Standing

Neville Rose Malcolm Tyler John Crowhurst Steve Baker Gerry Coughlin Mark McIntyre

Director Director Director Director Director (Retired) May 15 2012 Director

Contact Details

Sub-Branch Committee

In Memory

Phone

02 9559 0000

Sub Branch

Club

Fax

02 9559 0090

President Senior Vice President Junior Vice President Treasurer & Trustee Secretary Assist. Secretary Committee

MELOCCO Albert

EDWARDS Noel Lacy

RICHEY Gregory

WONG Joseph

Email

chprsl@chprsl.com.au

Web

www.chprsl.com.au

Mail

Private Mail Bag No 4, Canterbury NSW 2193

Address

20 – 26 Canterbury Road, Hurlstone Park NSW 2193

Trustee

Mark McIntyre Beryl Stephenson Frank Mingare George Ingram Ken McIntyre Colin Stewart Malcolm Little OAM Bruce Wilkinson Neville Rose John Jackson Ray Parkin Patricia Romero

Trading Hours

Women’s Auxiliary

Mon – Sun

8.00am – 6.00am

Sub-Club Contacts

Sub-Branch

Office Hours

Mon – Tues

2.00pm – 4.30pm

Thur – Fri

2.00pm – 4.30pm

Saturday

10.00am – 12noon

Mama Wong Lunch Dinner

Open 7 days 11.00am – 3.00pm 5.00pm – 10.00pm

Viva Café

Open 7 days 8.00am – Late

Viva Bar & Grill Open 7 days Dinner 5.30pm – 9.30pm 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

Darts Club – 9559 0000 Bill Pitham Wednesday 7.30pm Golf Club – 0408 264 441 Ron Williamson – President Indoor Bowls – 9559 0000 Beryl Stephenson– Wednesday 7.30pm Lawn Bowls – 9718 6274 Jeanie Brown Plays 1st Sunday of the month Line Dancing – 0414 710 990 Anne Walter Fishing – 9787 9318 Nelia De Abreu Meet 1st Monday each month 7.30pm Trips on 4th Sunday of the month Probus Club – 9712 4697 Bill Smith 2nd Monday of each month at 10.30am Snooker Club – 9559 0000 Maurice Shannon Competitions Thursday & Sunday Toastmasters – 0425 228 306 Kerry McNally – 2nd and 4th Monday of every month at 7pm Youth Club – 0419615788 Jodie Capo Travel Club – 9567 2327 Mark McIntyre. Meeting 1st Tuesday each month. $6 joining fee. chprsltravel@hotmail.com

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Dress Code The dress policy 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. Dress hats only may be worn. Patrons are not permitted to wear the following items of clothing at any time – torn or ripped clothing, thongs, singlets, T–shirts with offensive messages & motifs, work overalls, immodest clothing. Management reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone not conforming to the Club’s dress policy.

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.

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