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Master Plan Update Wine Appreciation Evening THE ANGELS Anytime Fitness New Equipment June-August 2013

Introducing

Member Rewards www.chprsl.com.au


Thank you for making our Club, your Club

‌ a new Rewards Program is unfolding

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President’s Report

CEO’s Report

Welcome to the winter edition of Chevron!

On Wednesday 7 May, the 67th Annual General Meeting of Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL Club was held. At the meeting, the results of the Board election were announced and subsequent to the AGM, a Board meeting was held to elect office bearers. I am pleased to announce the Board of Directors for 2013-2015 are as follows:

As the chilly months are here for a while yet, we can look forward to some great things happening at our Club. 2013 has already been a very busy year and as an RSL Club the most important date on our calendar is ANZAC Day and this year was no exception. The memorable Member’s ANZAC Cabaret & Dinner Dance held over two fantastic evenings was well attended by hundreds of Members and their guests. Commemoration Sunday and ANZAC Day were all respectfully attended. We have a special encore performance by Dance Pop Diva, Multi-Platinum recording artist and world-class performer Taylor Dayne on Thursday, 6 June. Other great events and performers not to be missed include Tom Burlinson in ‘Frank, a Life in Song’, the musical Happy Days, The Angels, Hot August Night with Peter Byrne and the spectacular 30 piece Sydney International Orchestra and Elvis to the Max Orchestral Sessions with a 15 piece orchestra. For something a little different why not join us on Friday, 28 June for a special Australia vs New Zealand Wine Appreciation Evening. These evenings have become very popular so book early to avoid missing out. If you haven’t had the chance to enjoy our great value Member Meal Deals in the Viva Bar & Grill, now is a good time to try meals on offer including the new mouthwatering Braised Beef Cheeks. On behalf of the Board of Directors, thank you once again for your support and we look forward to seeing you at our Club.

President Senior Vice President Junior Vice President Director Director Director Director

Neville Brown Robert John Crowhurst Michelle Boon Neville Rose Steve Baker Malcolm Tyler Mark McIntyre

On behalf of the Board of Directors and Management, I would like to take this opportunity to thank our retiring Senior Vice President, Archie White who for many decades has been intrinsically involved in the Club, Sub-Branch and Sub-Clubs. On a personal note, I would like to thank Archie for the wisdom and guidance he has graciously provided me in my time at the Club. We are honoured to have worked with you, farewell and we know we’ll be seeing you soon. On another note, there may be a few interruptions to the Club facilities over the coming months, as we move headlong into Phase II of our Master Plan developments. Please see page 9 for more details. Every year businesses with over 100 employees are required to lodge a report with Australian Government statutory Authority, Workplace Gender Equity Agency (WGEA). If you are interested in viewing our Workplace Profile for 20122013, a copy is now available at Reception. With so much going on over the winter months, we hope to see you enjoy one of our many events and performances, promotions, meals or other activities soon.

Neville Brown President Dean Thomas Chief Executive Officer

2013

Board of Directors

Seated (from left to right)

John Crowhurst Senior Vice President Neville Brown President Michelle Boon Junior Vice President Standing (from left to right)

Malcolm Tyler Mark McIntyre Steve Baker Neville Rose

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Victory

in the Pacific On the morning of 15 August 1945, just days after the US dropped atomic bombs on Nagasaki and Hiroshima, the Emperor of Japan announced that Japan would accept the Allies ultimatum to surrender; World War II was over. On the same day just after 9am, the then President Ben Chifley’s voice was heard over the radio throughout the nation announcing that Japan had bowed to the ultimatum issued by the Allies and that peace was at hand.

After 6 years and nearly 34,000 Australian lives lost, the formal surrender of the Japanese Empire took place on the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay on 2 September 1945. Ceremonies commemorating what has become known as VP Day are still held at RSL Clubs throughout Australia. Canterbury Hurlstone Park will be holding a ceremony this year on Thursday, 15 August commencing at 7am.

Celebrations and rallies throughout the main streets of almost every city and town across Australia were heard as outpourings of happiness spontaneously erupted, by evening these were the most jubilant crowds ever to have assembled in Australia.

Archie White retires After a long and distinguished career with Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL, we bid farewell to Archie White as he heads into retirement from Club duties. Since joining Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL in June 1956, he has been awarded the esteemed position of Life Member of the Club and of the Sub-Branch, and has undoubtedly been one of our longest serving and most committed Members. Archie is not only a long-term resident of Canterbury, he has lived in the same house in Howard Street since birth. He served with the RAAF in the latter stages of World War II and his father was a veteran from Gallipoli. Archie served tirelessly on the Board of Directors since being elected on 2 April 1996; firstly as Treasurer, then Junior Vice President, and finally as Senior Vice President. He has also been very involved with the Sub-Branch, initially as Secretary and ultimately, Trustee. 4 Chevron

For many years Archie has served on the Audit and Compliance Committee for the Board and is still an enthusiastic patron of the Golf Sub-Club. Since the Club acquired Bargo Sports Club as an extension of our CHPRSL family, Archie and his own family have attended ANZAC celebrations every year in Bargo in the Southern Highlands.

Mar y and Arch

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All of these contributions, commitment and countless hours of service have been on a voluntary basis – with nothing expected in return. Our gratitude goes beyond words. It is with mixed feelings that we bid farewell, yet look forward to seeing him around the Club very soon.


What’s been on…

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ANZAC Commemoration Sunday A special day was held on Sunday, April 21, celebrating the spirit of ANZACs as hundreds marched from Canterbury Boys High to participate in the wreath laying ceremony in the Bert Crook Memorial Garden followed by a wonderful lunch in the Auditorium.

Members ANZAC Cabaret & Dinner Dance Over two memorable nights, hundreds of Members and their guests joined to enjoy wonderful company, food and a special peformance by the ‘Boys in the Band’ with Joe Avati and the ‘Popset Dancers’.

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JUNE 2013

see, live, dine, play MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

Australia

10pm

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Afterdark Entertainment

New Zealand

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Wine Appreciation Dinner

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10.30am Daytime Entertainment

10.30am Bingo 7.30pm APL Poker

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12.30pm Grocery & Meat Raffle

10pm Afterdark Entertainment p.16

8.30pm The Good, the Bad & the Ethnic

p.17

06 7.30pm APL Poker 8pm Canterbury Country p.16

12 10.30am & 7pm Bingo/Housie

10.30am Bingo 7.30pm APL Poker

07

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13 7.30pm APL Poker 8pm Happy Days Preview

14 12.30pm Grocery & Meat Raffle 8.30pm Happy Days p.18

19 7.30pm State of Origin II

10.30am Bingo 7.30pm APL Poker

20 7.30pm APL Poker

1pm Giftware & Fresh Produce Raffle 7pm APL Poker 8pm The Good, the Bad & the Ethnic p.17

15 12pm Happy Days Matinee p.18 6.30pm Happy Days Dinner & Show p.18

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1pm Giftware & Fresh Produce Raffle 7pm APL Poker

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10.30am Bingo 7.30pm APL Poker

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10.30am & 7pm Bingo/Housie 7.30pm State of Origin I

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6.30pm Australia vs NZ Wine Appreciation Dinner

16 1pm Giftware & Fresh Produce Raffle 7pm APL Poker 1pm Happy Days Matinee p.18

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

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Win 2 tickets

to State of Origin 3 ANZ Stadium Sydney, Wednesday 17 July 2013 Purchase a VB during any NRL game throughout the month of June to receive an entry Terms and Conditions apply. See Reception for details. Canterbury–Hurlstone Park RSL Club promotes the responsible service of alcohol. Authorised under NSW Permit No.LTPM/13/00131

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MONDAY

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WEDNESDAY 10.30am & 7pm Bingo/Housie

10.30am Bingo 7.30pm APL Poker

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10.30am Daytime Entertainment

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03 10.30am & 7pm Bingo/Housie

10.30am Bingo 7.30pm APL Poker

10.30am School Holiday Fun p.17

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10.30am & 7pm Bingo/Housie

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7.30pm APL Poker 7.30pm Super Psychics Show

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14 1pm Giftware & Fresh Produce Raffle 7pm APL Poker

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21 1pm Motza Raffle $3,000 2pm & 7pm APL Poker

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As we progress with the Master Plan renovations to improve your Club facilities, Management apologises for any unforseen amendments to the calendar. To avoid disappointment we recommend contacting the Club (02) 9559 0000.

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AUGUST 2013

see, live, dine, play MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY 7.30pm APL Poker

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

1pm Giftware & Fresh Produce Raffle 7pm APL Poker

12.30pm Grocery & Meat Raffle

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10.30am Bingo 7.30pm APL Poker

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6pm Club Member of the Year 2013 Award Night

08 7.30pm APL Poker

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15 7.30pm APL Poker

16 12.30pm Grocery & Meat Raffle

17 8.30pm Max Pellicano is Elvis to the Max p.19

20 10.30am Bingo 7.30pm APL Poker 7pm Father’s Day Raffle p.12

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10.30am Bingo 7.30pm APL Poker

02 12.30pm Grocery & Meat Raffle

8pm Canterbury Country

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10.30am Bingo 7.30pm APL Poker

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6.30pm A Taste of Italy

7.30pm APL Poker

21 10.30am & 7pm Bingo/Housie

22 7.30pm APL Poker

23 12.30pm Grocery & Meat Raffle

SUNDAY

04 10am Middle Eastern Expo 1pm Giftware & Fresh Produce Raffle 7pm APL Poker

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1pm Giftware & Fresh Produce Raffle 7pm APL Poker 7.30pm Bledisloe Cup Wallabies v All Blacks

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1pm Giftware & Fresh Produce Raffle 7pm APL Poker

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$19.90

$19.90

$19.90

Braised Beef Cheeks w garlic

Rack of Pork Ribs

$29.90 Non-Member

w chips and salad $29.90 Non-Member

Half Lobster Mornay

KIDS EAT FREE

MONDAYS

TUESDAYS

WEDNESDAYS

THURSDAYS

potato mash & veg

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w chips and salad $29.90 Non-Member

*Conditions Apply, see page 11


your club

Master Plan

Phase II of the Master Plan is now well underway with demolition work having commenced for the new outdoor expansion. Around the end of June construction will begin inside the Club. We have developed a plan with the aim to minimise disruptions to the Club and existing activities. During this time the TAB will be temporarily relocated from late August until it returns to its brand new facility in November. Many of our members will remember the TAB moving temporarily a few times. We would like to assure all our TAB goers that this measure is temporary with the resulting new space being well worth the wait.

Meanwhile, Members are encouraged to come and experience the buzz, and see the progress as we take another large step towards achieving the Club’s Master Plan goals of providing our Members with new and exciting facilities. We appreciate your patience while construction is underway to improve your Club facilities.

Outdoor construction begins

One challenge throughout the ensuing months will be the reduction of lounge space which will regrettably affect our lounge entertainment offer. We are however looking at this period as an opportunity for Members and guests to try something different in other areas of the Club.

Anytime Fitness Equipment & Renovations

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Australia vs New Zealand

Wine Appreciation Dinner CanapÊs Philip Shaw The Edinburgh NV House Cured Ocean Trout, w Wasabi Crème Fraiche & Lime Foam Philip Shaw #19 Sauvignon Blanc vs Villa Maria Reserve Wairau Valley Sauvignon Blanc Seared Venison w Kumera Mash, Wild Mushroom Ragout & Baby Watercress Philip Shaw Pinot Noir #8 vs Villa Maria Cellar Selection Pinot Noir Emphasis of Chocolate A selection of white and dark chocolate delights Villa Maria Reserve Noble Riesling

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6.30pm Friday, 28 June

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Wine Appreciation Dinner

Coming soon‌

A Taste of

Italy

6.30pm Wednesday, 7 August CanapĂŠs Antipasti Primi Calamari Ripieni Squid Stuffed w Prawns, Lemon, Pine Nuts, Tomato & Rosemary

Secondi Involtini Roast Capsicum, Basil, Bocconcini Wrapped In Veal w Potato & Pancetta Gratin & Braised Mixed Mushrooms

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

Insalata Dolce Tartufo Di Cioccolato Chocolate Truffle Cake, Caramelised Orange & Almond Biscotti

$19

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Member Meal Deals* Monday Braised Beef Cheeks

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

w garlic potato mash and veg $29.90 Non-Member

Tuesday

Rack of Pork Ribs w chips and salad

$29.90 Non-Member

Wednesday Half Lobster Mornay w chips and salad

$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


Father’s

day

SPIT ROAST buffet lunch menu Antipasto Platter Spit Roast Beef Spit Roast Chicken Spit Roast Lamb Roast Pork with Crackling Baked Potato & Pumpkin Seasonal Vegetables Garden Salad, Potato Salad, Pasta Salad Fresh Fruit Platter Assorted Cakes, Slices & Fresh Cream Tea & Coffee

12pm Sunday, 1 September

$55pp

$25 kids (up to 12 years) Bookings essential 9559 0000 12 Chevron

$3,000

FATHERS’s Day Raffle 27 AUGUST BBQ, tools, beer hampers, garden equipment and much more! On Sale 5.30pm Drawn 7.00pm


New Season Dishes Tender Steak w long bean in XO sauce

$16.90

Stir Fried Chinese Broccoli w scallop

$18.90

Salt & Pepper King Prawn w eggplant

$15.90

Pork Spare Rib in Peking Sauce w roast honey

$15.90

Stir Fried Tiger King Prawn w asparagus

$18.90

Tender Steak w honey pepper sauce

$17.90

Three Kind of Prawn & Scallop Chow Mein

$18.90

Chicken w plum sauce & honey roast walnut

$14.90

Sizzling Tiger Prawn w squid in garlic sauce

$17.90

Mama Wong Scallop Fried Rice

$16.90

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

Functions & Events

Book your next fully catered function prior to September 2013 & we will include free decorations & room hire for the Viva Room only.

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

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

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Our investment in

SAFE GAMBLING WHAT IS PROBLEM GAMBLING? Problem gambling occurs when a person has difficulty in limiting the money or time they spend on gambling. Problem gambling may mean that the person does not have enough money for essential living expenses or that they are taking work time off to gamble. There is no amount of expenditure or time that defines problem gambling. Some people can afford to gamble more, others need to be more careful. Problem gambling can affect family members and cause harm in many areas of a person’s life. Gambling is a form of entertainment, not a way to get rich or pay bills. As such, our Club encourages patrons not to gamble more than they can afford. OUR COMMITMENT Your Club is committed to providing the best and safest environment for Members and guests, and has been a member of the BetSafe responsible gambling program for over 15 years, well before the NSW Government’s 2001 legislative requirements. As an industry leader, CHPRSL continues to take necessary action to ensure that our gaming environment is the safest and most enjoyable entertainment experience for those patrons who choose to play or poker machines. Being a proud founding member of the BetSafe, CHP RSL continues to provide a comprehensive service to problem gamblers, and their family members; to assist in dealing with issues that may result from problem gambling.

CASE STUDY BetSafe were contacted by a lady who indicated that her husband was gambling away his entire pay which was creating difficulty for them in paying their mortgage and bills. An appointment was arranged for the following day for a BetSafe counsellor to meet with the lady to discuss the help that was available to her and her family. The lady indicated that her husband has been withdrawing up to the $800 limit on his debit card in order to finance his gambling. She was able to provide bank statements to demonstrate this, along with documentation showing that they are in danger of having their mortgage foreclosed by the bank. Although the lady’s husband had previously admitted to her that he had a gambling problem he had become very defensive and secretive of late and refused to get help despite the financial problems that were resulting from his gambling. As a result of the evidence provided by the lady, which was able to demonstrate that her husband’s gambling problem was causing harm to him and his family, BetSafe were able to assist the her in having her husband excluded from gambling at the Club.

Does this story sound familiar to you? Do you have a family member who has a gambling problem? Are you unable to pay your rent, mortgage, bills, etc? There are a number of assistance options available to you including problem gambling counselling, couples counselling, financial counselling, legal advice and exclusion. 14 Chevron

Please contact BetSafe’s 24 hour counselling hotline on 1800 BETSAFE (1800 238 723) to discuss ways in which they are able to assist you or a loved one.


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Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL Youth Club has been a special place for children and teenagers of the Canterbury area for over 50 years. Ester Kitching fondly remembers taking her six year old daughter, Kathy, to her first Tap Dancing lesson just before Christmas in 1958. In March 1958 the Sub-Branch committee formed In March 1958 the Sub-Branch Committee formed a Youth a Youth Club for children of Sub-Branch members. Club for children of Sub-Branch Members. Activities for Activities for boys and girls were mostly held in boys and girls were mostly held in the Club and included the Club and included boxing, tennis, cricket, boxing, tennis, cricket, swimming, dance and gymnastics. swimming, dance and gymnastics. Esther designed the white pleated uniforms worn by the girls in the early years and laughs as she recalls making the children’s costumes out of curtain material, having a budget of only $1 per child! Esther also recalls the Youth Club’s first dance teachers Betty Courtly and Nance Toope whose husband Mick often played the piano while the children danced. More recently, gymnastics and boys hip hop has become more popular as the Youth Club membership continues to increase. Today more than 200 Youth Club Members ranging in ages from 4 to 24, participate in dance and gymnastics activities taught by teachers and former Youth Club Members, Gai Carden and Andrew Bower.

Students form new friendships and develop a team spirit while also participating in community and RSL events, including the New Zealand Reciprocal Tour, ANZAC Day March, Commemoration Sunday, Nursing Home visits and displays, Red Shield Appeal and Father Riley’s Youth off the Streets fundraisers. Over the years students have very successfully participated in Dance Eisteddfods and Gymnastics competitions. Planning is currently underway for a tour to the USA in 2014. Many students are very excited and busy fundraising. The tour is open to all ages and will include a performance at Disneyland and a show in New York. If you are interested in bringing your children or grandchildren to participate in Youth Club activities, new members are always welcome. Further information can be found on CHP RSL Club Website –sub clubs or http://chprslyouthclub.wix.com/ chprslyouthclub

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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.

Thursday, 13 June 8pm

Mark Lucas & The Dead Setters

Country Gold Featuring Karen Lynne The Harmonators Mark Lucas & The Dead Setters

The Harmonators Karen Lynne

Thursday, 11 July 8pm Friends & Neighbours Featuring Donna Fisk (from Victoria) Kevin Bennett Aly Cook (from NZ)

Roland Storm Aly Cook

Thursday, 8 August 8pm

DAYTIME / AFTERDARK

Rollin’ with the Flow Featuring Darcy Le Year Craig Giles Roland Storm

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Donna Fisk

Craig Giles

AFTERDARK

DAYTIME 10.30am in the Starlight Showroom

June

July

DAYTIME 5 Mark Kristian

DAYTIME 3 Warren Williams

from 10pm until late in the lounge

August

DAYTIME 7 Stephen Julia Daniels Davidia Coombes Fisher King Robyn Pinson Trio Robyn Pinson Trio Al Showman Robyn Pinson Warren Mark Kristian trio Williams

Davidia

Stephen Fisher King

June AFTERDARK 1 The Frocks 8 Pop Fiction - Zoltan

Pop Fiction

Free for Me mbe rs

Due to our exciting renovations our late night entertainment will be cancelled until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience.


For bookings

JUNE / JULY

Taylor Dayne

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Rob Wilson

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.

The Brandts Ted Simpson

Saturday, 20 APRIL Her top ten hits include “Tell It To 8.30pm – $54 My Heart”, “With Every Beat of My Ami Williamson ‘First of the Final Farewell Tours’ Heart”, “I’ll Be Your Shelter”, “Heart Stephanie Jansen (R Rated – Explicit language) of Stone”, “Love Will Lead You Back” A Legend of Australiana comedy nobody tells and many more.

Australian stories like Kevin Bloody Wilson with special guest Jenny Talia.

SATURDAY, 8 JUNE & SUNDAY, 9 JUNE SAT 8.30pm & SUN 8pm – $43.50

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.

CHILDREN’s HOLIDAY ENTERTAINMENT Wednesday, 10 JULY 10.30am – $12

Lah-Lah’s Musical Wonderland – It’s a spectacularly fun show that will have the kids grinning and shimmying from go to whoa. 12PM Free Zumba Tonic for Kids 1.30pm Bingo with Lyn White $2 / book

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JUNE / JULY

For bookings

Thursday, 20 June – 8pm Preview/Members $20

HAPPY DAYS

Adults $35, Cons $30, Child $25 Friday, 21 June – 8.30pm Saturday, 22 June – Matinee 12pm Dinner Saturday, 22 June – $75 Sunday 23 June – Matinee 1pm

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.

Ezio & Michelle De Angelis Australia’s No.1 Husband and Wife Psychic Team! Psychic Insights

Ezio and Michelle

Max Coppa

Greg Riley

Medium - Winner of Channel Seven’s The One!

Greg Riley

SATURDAY, 20 July 8.30pm – $33

Brian Mannix – Uncanny Xmen Scott Carne – Kids in the Kitchen David Sterry – Real Life Dale Ryder – Boom Crash Opera Paul Gray – Wa Wa Nee 18 Chevron

THURSDAY, 25 July

Max Coppa

7.30pm – $40

Ezio de Angelis & Michelle de Angelis – Australia’s No.1 husband Australia’s Leading Palmist,and wife psychic team! Greg Riley Winner of channel seven’s The One! Numerologist and –Psychic MaxTV Coppa – Australia’s leading palmist, numerologist, presenter psychic and TV presenter


For bookings

Take it to the streets FRIDAY, 26 JULY 8.30pm – $40

JULY / AUGUST

The Angels

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Brewster – Gleeson – Brewster – Bailey-Norton – Featuring Dave Gleeson

Rob Wilson

TO THE MA X The Brandts Ted Simpson

Starring Max Pellicano SatURDAY, 24 AUGUST 8.30pm – $50

Saturday, 20 TheAPRIL memory and legend of Elvis lives on in a very 8.30pm – $54 special concert event entitled “The Orchestral

Ami Williamson

‘First of the Final Farewell Tours’

Sessions” Stephanie Jansen (R Rated – Explicit language)

featuring a 18-piece Orchestra starring one of the world’s first and mostA Legend of Australiana comedy nobodyElvis tells impersonator Max Pellicano. successful

Australian stories like Kevin Bloody Wilson with special guest Jenny Talia.

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AUGUST

For bookings

Rob Wilson

The Brandts Ted Simpson

Ami Williamson

SATURDAY, 31 August 8.30pm – $50

Celebrating the anniversary of the legendary recording “Hot August Night”, PETER BYRNE brings Saturday, 20 APRIL Neil Diamond to you together with the SYDNEY 8.30pm – $54 INTERNATIONAL ORCHESTRA.

‘First of the Final Farewell Tours’

Stephanie Featuring classic songs Jansen (R Rated – Explicit language)

Crunchy Granola Suite, Cherry Cherry, Sweet Caroline and I am I said and more… A Legend of Australiana comedy nobody tells Australian stories like Kevin Bloody Wilson with special guest Jenny Talia.

OCTOBER

SEPTEMBER

COMING SOON

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Frankie J Holden & Wilbur Wilde On the Prowl ol’55 Show SatURDAY, 21 September $25

The Jim Keays & Russell Morris Band Maximum Hits Show SatURDAY, 5 OCTOBER $25

Psychic & Alternative Fair SUNDAY, 22 SEPTEMBER $8 children free Over 100 attractions – readers, massages, stalls, on stage guests. Free lectures & seminars

HOT CHOCOLATE FRIDAY, 25 OCTOBER $57 Chart topping British pop band 70s & 80s


NEW Equipment

life Monday 9.15am Tai Chi 10.30am Zumba Gold 11.30am Zumba 12.45pm Belly Dance 2.00pm Pilates 6.00pm Line Dancing (Beginners) 7.00pm Line Dancing (Social)

> V Squat > Seated Hip Flexor > Seated Triceps Dip > Seated Calf Raises > Lat Pulldown > Back Extension Why not join us for a FREE Fitness Assessment – Appointments essential

Personal Training Sessions Affordable prices 3 x 30minute Introductory Offer $99 For more information see one of our friendly staff – Gary, Louise, David and Robie

Call us today on 9559 0026

Hurlstone Park

www.anytimefitness.com.au

Tuesday 9.15am Zumba 10.30am Yoga 11.45am Exercise Plus 1.00pm Belly Dancing 2.15pm Pilates 6.00pm Yoga 7.15pm Yoga 8.30pm Zumba Thursday 9.15am Yoga - Japanese 10.30am Yoga - Hatha 12.00pm Gentle Exercise 1.00pm Line Dancing (Beginners) 2.15pm Line Dancing (Intermediate) 6.00pm Yoga 7.15pm Yoga Classes are subject to change at Management discretion due to ongoing renovations.

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

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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

Creating hospitality professionals since 1999. NVR Training Provider 6871

9787 4677

www.elitefunerals.com.au

51 Canterbury Rd, Canterbury

HURLSTONE PARK 342 Canterbury Rd, Phone 9716 9866

TODAY IS A GREAT DAY TO PAINT!

Diane and Scott know the value of creating a meaningful service. • Providing personalised funeral services for all Sydney suburbs. • Funeral packages available for Returned Service men and women. • Enquire about pre-paying your funeral, funeral insurance and payment plan options • Complimentary mourning vehicle for club members

• Retail Store & Showroom • Full range of Dulux, Taubmans & Colourtrend paints • Full range of paint accessories • Expert advice & service • Colour consultant available • Delivery Service

Present your CHP RSL membership card to receive a further 10% discount on all products 22 Chevron

It’s the little things that matter…


2013 Board Of Directors Neville Brown John Crowhurst Michelle Boon Malcolm Tyler Mark McIntyre Steve Baker Neville Rose

President Senior Vice President Junior Vice President Director Director Director Director

Contact Details

Sub-Branch Committee

In Memory

Phone

02 9559 0000

Sub Branch

Club

Fax

02 9559 0090

President Mark McIntyre Senior Vice President Beryl Stephenson Junior Vice President Frank Mingare Secretary Trustee Ken McIntyre Treasurer Bill McLaren Assist. Secretary Colin Stewart Committee Malcolm Little OAM Bruce Wilkinson Neville Rose Trustee George Ingram Lloyd Birdsall Women’s Auxiliary Patricia Romero

MCCORD Edward

EDWARDS Noel Maxwell

HAYES John

SANCHEZ Azucena

JACKSON John

MERLINO Christopher

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

Trading Hours Mon – Sun

8.00am – 6.00am

Sub-Branch

Office Hours

Mon – Tues

2.00pm – 4.30pm

Thur – Fri

2.00pm – 4.30pm

Saturday

10.00am – 12noon

Mama Wong Open 7 days Lunch 11.00am – 3.00pm Dinner 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  ick–up available from residential P address. For bookings call 0408 437 749

WAGNER Ernie JANSEN Andy BROWNE Mary

Sub-Club Contacts 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

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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$30,000 CASH TO BE WON MONDAYS, TU DAYS & WEDN DAYS - 3 JUNE to 26 JUNE

$2,500 COLD HARD H EACH DAY $500 DAYTIME DRAWS: 2pm & 3pm # $500 EVENING DRAWS: 8pm, 9pm & 9.55pm## You must be present at the draws with your membership card for the chance to win* * Terms and Conditions apply. See Reception for further details. #Daytime Draws: Swipe card from 12pm to 2.55pm to enter. ##Evening Draws: Swipe card from 5pm to 9.50pm to enter.

$5,000

CASH Thursdays

TO BE WON EACH THURSDAY 6 – 27 JUNE 2013

Draw Times: 8pm, 8.30pm, 9pm, 9.30pm, 10pm $1,000 CASH TO BE WON AT EACH DRAW YOU MUST BE PRESENT AT THE DRAWS WITH YOUR MEMBERSHIP CARD FOR THE CHANCE TO WIN* *Terms and Conditions apply. See Reception for further details or visit www.chprsl.com.au. Swipe card from 12pm to 9.55pm to enter. Think! About your choices. Call Gambling Help 1800 858 858 www.gamblinghelp.nsw.gov.au.

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