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THE OFFICIAL NEWSLETTER OF THE MT GRAVATT BOWLS CLUB.inc 1873 Logan Road Upper Mt Gravatt 4122 Editor Don Hamilton Phone 33492367 – Fax 33492787 Email: d.y.ham@bigpond.com Email: secretary@mtgravattbowlsclub.com Website :http://www.mtgravattbowlsclub.com November-December 2012 ----------------------------------------------------------Chairperson’s Report After my first report, I have used up all my literary ability and you will just have to accept a normal report. I was surprised by the favourable comments I received from members, sponsors and staff, considering I sat for the Year 12/Senior/Matriculation English examination 4 times before I passed Firstly, on behalf of the club, we congratulate Mitchell Rowe on winning the Gateway District Junior singles. His proud grandfather, Vic Rowe (aka Skid) is claiming that he was the inspiring force, mentor and coach behind the win. Ah well Vic, we will give you bragging rights. Next, I would like to congratulate all the pennant players for their efforts over the season. Out of the six divisions that we entered, four divisions made the finals with Division 6 winning the flag. I would also like to thank the supporters who attended the games to cheer our teams along. With the plan to put a synthetic surface on the top green, the Board is looking into obtaining a grant from the State Government. With the present cost cutting by the Government, there will be no more grants until after September 2013 at this stage. Also, we want to get this surface right and not go through the hassles we had/have with the bottom green. We are talking to Manly re their greens to gain more insight. One area of the club that doesn’t get the attention that it deserves is the volunteers. Without them, the club would have folded many years ago. When you consider that we have people volunteering for the Board, Ladies and Men’s committees, doing umpiring, coaching and selecting, selling raffle tickets, obtaining sponsorship, cooking sausages (maybe we should change the menu) running bowls events and functions, tending the carpeted green and working bees, I thank you for your efforts. I have probably forgotten some group, so I apologise now. If you haven’t volunteered for any activity, we can always use more volunteers to give the regulars a hand and/or break. Even if you have volunteered some time ago, you will be welcomed back into the ranks. It is a great way to meet fellow bowlers. I can assure you that there will be no entry test/exam and training (if needed) will be provided. Thank you volunteers and would the other members please consider. Christmas is just around the corner. As we get older, we all know how quickly the years go by. On behalf of the Board, I would like to wish all members, sponsors, staff and their families, a merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year. Geoff Devencorn The Rural Recession has been explained in simple terms by an old-time farmer: It all started back in 1966 when we changed from pounds to dollars, that doubled me bloody overdraft. Then they brought in kilograms instead of pounds, me bloody wool clip dropped by half. After that, they changed rain to millimetres and we haven’t had an inch of rain since. If that wasn’t enough, they brought on Celsius, and it never got over 40 degrees, no wonder me bloody wheat won’t grow. Then they changed acres to hectares, and I ended up with only half the land I had. By this time I’d had enough and decided to sell out. I put the property in the agent’s hand and then they changed miles to kilometres. Now I’m too far out of town for anybody to buy the bloody place.


Deidre’s Club Chat Well here we are with the final newsletter for 2012. The Christmas decorations are appearing in the shops and I guess everyone is gearing up for the usual festivities. Many of our members are off travelling to various destinations as I mentioned in the last “chat” column. Stephanie Porter has just returned from enjoying a break in Vanuatu and Lyn and Ted May are experiencing an Asian cruise taking in Hong Kong and Vietnam. Our thoughts are with Mavis Hryczysyn and Stephanie Porter as they undergo knee replacement surgery. Best wishes for a speedy recovery, ladies. Congratulations to Barry and Val Chappel on celebrating 55 years of wedded bliss. We also wish Barry a speedy improvement on th th his health problems. Congratulations also to Pat and Les Harrower who are celebrating their 60 anniversary on the 29 of th th November. Brian and I are also celebrating our 50 wedding anniversary on the 24 of November. On a sombre note we extend out sincerest sympathies to those members who have recently lost the following loved ones: Betty Grieves – wife of past president Ernie and long time member of the ladies section Ett Ehlers – Past president and providor Ken Hurley – Husband of Lorraine (Laurie) John Koutlis – Men’s section member and husband of past member, Desley Seasons greeting to you all, may you, together with your families, embrace the joy and spirit of Christmas and have a happy, prosperous and healthy new year. Deidre Ladies President's Report The first two months of my Presidency has been a very busy time and it has been made easier by all the support that I have received by the Committee Members. Their contribution and effort is much appreciated. I have had much pleasure in welcoming the following new members to our club: Fiona Penfold, Pam Worley, Wendy Peach and Bev Jonsen. I am sure you Ladies will enjoy many great days of bowls and the friendships that will be formed. In September we held our Spring Fiesta and a great day was had by all who participated. Our Chief Decorator Marlene excelled herself in leading the Ladies to set up the Carson Room with a very colourful floral outlook. Financial Days are going very well. Special thanks to Gayle Pratt, Bev Geldart and Marg Gallagher for their hard work in organising the teams. Tuesday Bowls is being well supported and it is pleasing to see the return of those Ladies who have been absent due to illness or injury. Thanks to our Selectors for organising competitive teams. The collection of the Wrong Bias Donation for the Children's Christmas Tree has added a bit of fun to the day. To date it has raised $54.00. Over recent weeks several Club Championships have been contested and some great bowls were on display. The results of these championships are: Winner

Runner Up

Novice Singles

A Crocker

N Clement

Veteran Singles

L Hurley

M Clauson

B Singles

G Read

A Houghton

A Singles

V Elliott

M James

Triples

L Ford

J Spall

G Read

M Gallagher

C Lewis

B Geldart

Club Selected Pairs and Fours are currently underway. C Linfield, L Ford, G Read and V Elliott have been selected to play in the District Shield. M James, D Girvan, M Wells, V Elliott and R Mc Lennan participated in the Brisbane Metro Competition. The end of the year is fast approaching and our break-up day will th be Tuesday 11 December where there will be Singing, Music and Bowls. Until next time, Dianne Girvan Ladies President


Men’s President Report My first few months in Office have been very busy. The saddest time being the passing of John Koutlis on 27 September 2012. John had a short illness after being diagnosed with lung cancer. His Funeral was held at the Greek Orthodox Church in West End on 4 October 2012. Several Members of the Mt Gravatt Bowls Club attended. John was a valued and popular Member of the Club and he will be sadly missed. I would like to extend my sympathy and condolences to his wife Desley and their Family. th

The Club had Four Divisions make the Pennant Finals and congratulations to all Players of 6 Division for winning the Flag. You have done the Club proud. Brett Murphy from Bowls Qld visited the Club on Tuesday 23 October 2012. Brett’s role within Bowls Qld is to visit Clubs and assist with any issues to do with Bowls. For example, does the Club have a Financial Plan, future Development issues. Graham Chattin recently retired from his position as the General Manager of the Southside and Community Sports Club. I would like to thank Graham for the support he afforded the Mt Gravatt Bowls Club whilst in that position. The Men’s A Singles competition was held recently. The Winner was Kingsley Gum over Runner Up, Mark Secis. Congratulations to them both. The Mt Gravatt October Pairs was held over the weekend 20 – 22 October. A total of 48 teams nominated. Whilst the overall winners were Dave Gardiner (Broadbeach) and Ray Perkins (Helensvale), Mt Gravatt Teams fared well and shared in the prize money. Thanks must go to the Games Director Ted Read and those who assisted him over the three days, for a job well done. Many positive comments were received during and since the completion of the event. One event which I had been pushing hard was the Game held on Sunday 28 October. The idea was to raise money for Research into Prostate Cancer. I understand that approximately $500 was raised. I would like to thank all of those who participated, especially the Ladies who supported the day in great numbers. I would also like to thank Jeff McLennan for Southside’s’ support. Unfortunately I was not able to attend due to a prior commitment. The Open Singles Competition is currently under way and my thanks and congratulations to all who participated. Malcolm Ferguson President Men’s Council Mt Gravatt Bowls Club ===================================================== 1. Is it good if a vacuum really sucks? 2. Why is the third hand on the watch called the second hand? 3. If a word is misspelled in the dictionary, how would we ever know? 4. If Webster wrote the first dictionary, where did he find the words? 5. Why do we say something is out of whack? What is a whack? 6. Why does "slow down" and "slow up" mean the same thing? 7. Why does "fat chance" and "slim chance" mean the same thing? 8. Why do "tug" boats push their barges? 9. Why do we sing "Take me out to the ball game" when we are already there? 10. Why are they called "stands" when they are made for sitting? 11. Why is it called "after dark" when it really is "after light"? 12.. Doesn't "expecting the unexpected" make the unexpected expected?


MANY HAPPY RETURNS TO ALL THESE MEMBERS CELEBRATING THEIR BIRTHDAYS IN NOVEMBER/DECEMBER NOVEMBER: James Donegan, Joan Meredith, Graham Chattin, Allen Mitchell, Phyl Ross, Stephen Waye, Cathy Andrews, Maria McCabe, Gail Pratt, Les Young, Kevin Kunst, Thomas O’Brien, Ken Peters, Arthur Weston, Stephen Giles, Greg Humphris, Mitchell Rowe, Neal Rooney, Lyn May, Bruce Black, Lorna Cavanough, Noel Horsburgh, Jeff Young, Sid Johnston, Dulcie McGuiness, John Gamlin, Glenys Read. Trish Hassam DECEMBER: Chris Tuck, Phyllis Armstrong, John Drew, Merv Ingram, Barry Marks, Brian Dutton, Noel Gallagher, Noel Eaton, Barbara Allen, Bob Burns, Dianne Girvan, David Cunningham, Alan Eagle, Joan Hillier, Marie Boylan, Steve Floratis, Veronica Elliott, Denis King, Athol Radnidge, Bev Geldart, Patricia Harrower, Brian Prescott, Brian Andrews, Clinton Hicks, Douglas Turner, Cynthia Doggett, Margaret Kunst, Ray Blacker,

Sponsorship Manager’s Report Upcoming Events th

The Final Retirement Village Day for the year will be held on Friday 9 November. Indications are we will again have full greens with 30 teams attending. My thanks to those who attend and to our Club members who assist and to our suppliers, Ian Svensson for meat trays and sausages for the sausage sizzle and Con Leontsinis from the Fruitologists Qld for the fruit and vegetable trays. Both are of a very high quality. Sponsored by Bendigo Bank Upper Mt Gravatt. Our valued sponsor and proprietor of Fred Fern Bowls Centre, John Finlayson is conducting a demonstration morning on th Saturday 17 November with Aero Bowls. This will commence at 9.00 am at the Club. Please come along and try out the Bowls and show our support of our sponsor. th

The final Club Selected Mixed Triples event is to be held on Sunday 25 November, commencing at 9.00am. This day is nd sponsored by Elements Third Age Living @ Springwood and was transferred from 2 September. The sheet for names is on the notice board. Please become involved in this event as we would like to see a huge roll up for the final game of the year. A function to celebrate our achievements in all competitions we have played against other Clubs during the year is to be held on nd Thursday 22 November at the Club. This is open to all members at no cost and to partners for $5-00. We are looking forward to a great night, so please come along and enjoy yourself. I have commenced the Bowls Calendar for 2013 and hope to have it completed by mid December. A supply will be placed in front of the selectors office when completed. Reg Walls Sponsorship Manager


Mt Gravatt Bowls Club Sponsors Air Conditioning Tayair Airconditioning, Pty Ltd

Troy Young

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Banks Credit Unions & Financial Services Bank of Queensland – Mt Gravatt Bendigo Bank –Upper Mt Gravatt Commonwealth Bank –Garden City Heritage Bank Peter Donovan, Certified Financial Planner RAMS Home Loans Westpac – Mt Gravatt

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Peter & Paul Gimpel

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Chemist Civic Fair Pharmacy Malouf Group Pharmacies Cleaning Services Cleansweep Cleaning Contractors Dentists & Dental Laboratory Amy Chan Dentistry Lumley Dental Laboratory Upper Mt Gravatt Dental Centre and Denture Clinic Electrical Contractors/Retailers Gimpel Electrics

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Insurance APIA.

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Licenced Clubs Southside Sports & Community Club

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Motor Vehicles- New & Used Cars Keema Automotive Southside Toyota The Motorama Group Zupps Mitsubishi Zupps Holden

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Taxi Black & White Cabs

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Club Manager’s Corner Don’t forget your Birthday bookings also our great menus for Wednesdays and Fridays We also have two shows coming up in the New Year- Dean Vegas, performing his ‘Elvis’ tribute show on Saturday the 9th of Feb’, tickets only $20.00 members and then “Fabulous Sounds of the 60’s”, on Saturday the 16th of March, tickets only $18.00 members. Regards, Jeff McLennan Club Manager During a lady's medical examination, the doctors says, “Your heart, lungs, pulse and blood pressure are all fine. Now let me see the bit that gets you ladies into all kinds of trouble."The lady starts taking off her clothes but is interrupted by the doctor. "No! No! Don't remove your clothes... Just stick out your tongue!"


Know Your Players Name: Charles Green Member for 1 Year Club Positions Held: Nil Born at : Brisbane Educated at: Yeronga Convent; St Lawrence’s College Previous /Current occupation: Taxi driver Best book: 15 Seconds Best Movie: Favourite Place: Surfers Paradise Favourite Sport: Tennis Hobbies /Interests: TV Favourite Food/Drink: Curried Chicken & Carlton Mid Name: Maria Mc Cabe Member for 6 Months Club Positions Held: Nil Born at : Ingham Qld Educated at: Mt Gravatt High Previous /Current occupation: Principal Customer Service Best book: Best Movie: Grease Favourite Place: Mooloolaba Favourite Sport: Golf Hobbies /Interests: Dancing, Gardening Favourite Food/Drink: Fish, Port

Name: Member for Club Positions Held: Born at : Educated at: Previous /Current occupation: Best book: Best Movie: Favourite Place: Favourite Sport: Hobbies /Interests: Favourite Food/Drink:

Dennis King 9 months Nil Brisbane Nambour Retired Teacher

Name: Member for Club Positions Held: Born at : Educated at: Previous /Current occupation: Best book: Best Movie: Favourite Place: Favourite Sport: Hobbies /Interests: Favourite Food/Drink:

Bob Horton 5 Years Nil Wodonga, Victoria Wodonga High Public Servant Dr Chang Titanic Brisbane Rugby League Suduko Pasta, Apple Juice

Ben Hur Brisbane Bowls Vegetable growing Steak, Beer


Know Your Players Name: Francesco (Frank) Massa Member for 6 months Club Positions Held: Nil Born at : Villa Valentio, Vazzano Prov, Italy Educated at: Italy Previous /Current occupation: Self Employed Best book: Francesco di mesto Best Movie: Favourite Place: Australia Favourite Sport: Golf Hobbies /Interests: Gardening Favourite Food/Drink: Good Food, Beer & Wine Name: Trevor Newdick Member for 19 Years Club Positions Held: Secretary 2 yrs, Green Director 3yrs, Ass Green Director 3 yrs Born at : Tasmania Educated at: Burnie Tasmania Previous /Current occupation: Service Manager Best book: Crowded Hour Best Movie: Favourite Place: Favourite Sport: Golf Hobbies /Interests: Favourite Food/Drink: Chinese & Beer Name: Matti Lataila Member for 7 Years Club Positions Held: Nil Born at : Kokkala Finland Educated at: Kalvia Finland Previous /Current occupation: Builder Best book: Sonny Crown Best Movie: Mary Poppins Favourite Place: Tangalooma Favourite Sport: Baseball Hobbies /Interests: Shooting Favourite Food/Drink: Salmon, Red Wine More Paraprosdokians 14. Women will never be equal to men until they can walk down the street with a bald head and a beer gut, and still think they are sexy. 15. Behind every successful man is his woman. Behind the fall of a successful man is usually another woman. 16. A clear conscience is the sign of a fuzzy memory. 17. You do not need a parachute to skydive. You only need a parachute to skydive twice. 18. Money can't buy happiness, but it sure makes misery easier to live with. 19. There's a fine line between cuddling and holding someone down so they can't get away. 20. I used to be indecisive. Now I'm not so sure.

21. You're never too old to learn something stupid.


SOUTHSIDE UPDATE You will all note the subtle change in the column title and this is because I will be continuing to write this column for the time being. My successor, Kim McGregor, will need a little time to settle in to the job as General Manager before he will have the time to add writing this column to his agenda. I think it is appropriate that I tell you all a little about Kim so you can hopefully get to know who this young gentleman is. Kim is a foundation employee who commenced as our first Duty Manager when the Club opened its doors in 1997. He was elevated to the position of Operations Manager following my appointment as General Manager in January 1999. He has always been a very quietly spoken young man and has slipped under the radar for most people as he quietly goes about his work. Kim and I have enjoyed a close working relationship for the past fourteen years and I was extremely proud when he was appointed to the position of General Manager following the announcement of my retirement in September this year. Speaking of retirement, the question I have been asking anyone around the bowls club who is prepared to listen is “how long has this retirement caper been going on?” While I am still technically on long service leave I am really enjoying life and I think this is reflected in my bowls which is improving all the time. It is amazing how good you feel without stress in your life. The Stage 5 redevelopment at the main club in Mt. Gravatt – Capalaba Road is now under way in earnest although very little will be obvious to the members until January next year when work commences on the interior of the building. At the moment work is progressing well on the foundations for the external extensions to the building for the gaming room on the west side and the new bingo food and beverage facility, known as the Canteen, on the northern end of the building. A new platform has also been installed on the roof of the building to support the existing air conditioning plant and the additional unit that will service the new extended gaming room. The unusual spell of dry weather has been welcomed by the contractors during this crucial period. The cooperation of the Ladies in giving up the Carson Room on Tuesdays during late September, early October, to allow Southside Bingo to conduct bingo sessions in the room for three weeks was greatly appreciated. My personal thanks to Madam President and her Committee for their assistance in agreeing to our request while the ceiling was removed from the bingo auditorium and new air conditioning ducting was installed. I heard an unconfirmed rumour that one or two of our lady bowlers may have been converted as new bingo players during this time. This type of cooperation can only strengthen the relationship between Southside and the Bowls Club Thanks also to the members who supported the Prostate Cancer Bowls event on Sunday 28 th of October. I certainly had an enjoyable morning where we raised more than $1,000 for Prostate Cancer research. See you at bowls

Graham Chattin

General Manager (Retired)


BOWLS CALENDAR

Telephone: 07 3349 2367 Mt Gravatt Bowls Club Inc. 2012 WE ACKNOWLEDGE THE GENEROUS SUPPORT RECEIVED FROM OUR SPONSORS. THIS SUPPORT ENABLES US TO PRESENT YOU A BOWLS CALENDAR WITH VARIETY AND INTEREST Nov

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12 30 PM MIXED TRIPLES

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SPONSOR: Upper Mt Gravatt Dental Centre & Denture Clinic

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Sat

9.00 AM OPEN SINGLES

04

Sun

9.30 AM

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Tue

9.00 AM MELBOURNE CUP DAY

07

Wed

12 30 PM MEN’S PAIRS

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SPONSOR: My Care Physiotherapy

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Thu

12 30 PM MIXED TRIPLES

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SPONSOR: CBW Plumbing

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9.00 AM RETIREMENT VILLAGE DAY -

10

Sat

9.00 AM OPEN SIBGLES

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Sun

9.00 AM REPATRIATION SOCIAL BOWLS CLUB Vs WATERLOO BAY SOCIAL BOWLS CLUB

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12 30 PM MEN’S PAIRS

- SPONSOR: The Village at Coorparoo

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12 30 PM MIXED TRIPLES

- SPONSOR: Renaissance Retirement Living

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Sat

9 00 AM OPEN SINGLES

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Mon

9.00 AM Invitational Day to Renaissance Retirement Living

POLICE PATRONS DAY

SPONSOR: Bendigo Bank

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12 30 PM MEN’S PAIRS

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Thu

12 30 PM MIXED TRIPLES

- SPONSOR: Peter Donovan CFP

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Fri

9.00 AM LADIES FINANCIAL DAY

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Sun

9.00 AM CLUB SELECTED MIXED TRIPLES

SPONSOR: Elements Third Age Living

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Wed

12 30 PM MEN’S PAIRS

- SPONSOR: Westpac Bank Mt Gravatt

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Thu

12.30 PM MIXED TRIPLES

- SPONSOR: Sleepys the Mattress Experts

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SPONSOR: J R Bowls Shop

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Dec 02

Sun

9.00 AM JUNIOR BOWLERS ACADEMY

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2.00 PM

SPONSOR: K M Smith

MT GRAVATT BOWLS CLUB CHRISTMAS TREE

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6.30 PM CORPORATE BOWLS CONCLUDE

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12.30 PM MENS PAIRS

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12.30 PM MIXED TRIPLES

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- SPONSOR: Renaissance Retirement Living - SPONSOR: Malouf Group Pharmacy

9.00 AM LADIES CHRISTMAS BREAK UP. - SPONSOR: Upper Mt Gravatt Dental Centre - SPONSOR: and Denture Clinic

WEDNESDAY MEN’S PAIRS and THURSDAY MIXED TRIPLES EACH WEEK TO END OF YEAR 25

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CHRISTMAS DAY – CLUB CLOSED

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Wed

BOXING DAY – CLUB CLOSED

November - December 2012  

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