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Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club

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From the Commodore Hello to all members, Sadly this is my last report as your Commodore, now that I am coming to the end of my third year in this role. I have enjoyed every minute of it and I am glad to have had the opportunity of being part of moving the club forward both in terms of membership and financially, as we will eventually face our biggest challenge yet when the New Marina ultimately happens. I would like to thank my wife Jan for her support over the last three years, she has always been a great help to me, shown great interest in the club and how it can be made better for the benefit of all of us.

Ocean Reef SeaMASports Club Y 20 1 1 Patron:

Ian Younghusband

MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE 2012-2013

I also consider myself very lucky to have had such an excellent and supportive management team around me at all times and they continue to do a great job in the running of the club. Remember they are all volunteers and give a lot to the club! Without doubt the high point for this last month was the Commodores Ball on July 7th, which was, I think, one of the best ever. The food was exceptional and drew a lot of compliments from our visiting guests as well as so many members—so really well done PAULA. The entertainer and band were also great. FRED COLLINS received the “Club Person Of The Year” award for his outstanding work as our club bosun and great contribution to the life of the club.

Commodore

Graeme Cole

0412 333103

Vice Commodore Vice Commodore Hon. Secretary

Steve Oliver Andy Cass Ron Lindsay

0415 569 272 0413 739 815 0488 997 123

Hon. Treasurer

Gerry Taylor

0419 867 960

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Many thanks also to all who contributed to the success of the evening especially RACHAEL, DEBBIE, DEE, FRANK, PHYL and all the social committee. I am very grateful that my last ball as Commodore went so well—thank you all so much.

Please contact the above committee members for any information you may require.

All of the sea sports sections are flourishing, going really well and slowly growing in numbers—if you are a social member at the moment why not try one of the sea sport sections and give it a goit is great fun and a fantastic way of establishing new friendships. On the social side, at the time of making this report we are just about to have the Xmas in July party which I am sure will be a great evening. Faulty Towers in September is a virtual sell-out and it is going to be a special occasion—it is a fantastic show! Sadly Rachael is stepping down as Rear Commodore Social, due to ever increasing business commitments. Rachael has done a fantastic job and will be sorely missed-WELL DONE RACHAEL! I wish my successor every success in the future and I am sure the running of the club will be in very capable hands.

Trustees: Phil Gallagher, Gary Hollis, Robbie Young

Bosun/Caretakers Fred & Pat Collins

Functions Co-ordinator Debbie Clark

0437 880 040

Bar Manager Samantha Fernandes

0404 819124

BAR HOURS Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Public Holidays

Finally thank you all for your friendship and support over the last three years-it means a lot! Please keep on supporting and enjoying your club-we have a great future ahead of us ! Take care.

GALLEY HOURS Wednesday Friday Sunday

MICHAEL BEASLEY COMMODORE.

9401 0602 0400 150 833

6.30pm – 11.00pm 7.00pm – 11.00pm 4.00pm – 11.00pm Club Closed 4.00pm – 11.30pm 1.00pm – 9.00pm 2.30pm – 9.00pm 2:30pm – 7:00pm Unless advised otherwise 6.00pm – 8.00pm 6.30pm – 9.00pm 5.30pm – 8.00pm

OFFICE HOURS & CONTACTS Office Mon & Fri 9.00am – 5.00pm Tue-Thu 9.00am – 3.00pm Office Manager Rosina de la Mare Phone/Fax 9401 8800 Email orssc@bigpond.com Website www.orssc.asn.au Mailing Address PO Box 59, Hillarys, WA 6923

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From the Commodore Hello to all members, Sadly this is my last report as your Commodore, now that I am coming to the end of my third year in this role. I have enjoyed every minute of it and I am glad to have had the opportunity of being part of moving the club forward both in terms of membership and financially, as we will eventually face our biggest challenge yet when the New Marina ultimately happens. I would like to thank my wife Jan for her support over the last three years, she has always been a great help to me, shown great interest in the club and how it can be made better for the benefit of all of us.

Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club Patron:

Ian Younghusband

MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE 2012-2013

I also consider myself very lucky to have had such an excellent and supportive management team around me at all times and they continue to do a great job in the running of the club. Remember they are all volunteers and give a lot to the club! Without doubt the high point for this last month was the Commodores Ball on July 7th, which was, I think, one of the best ever. The food was exceptional and drew a lot of compliments from our visiting guests as well as so many members—so really well done PAULA. The entertainer and band were also great. FRED COLLINS received the “Club Person Of The Year” award for his outstanding work as our club bosun and great contribution to the life of the club.

Commodore

Graeme Cole

0412 333103

Vice Commodore Vice Commodore Hon. Secretary

Steve Oliver Andy Cass Ron Lindsay

0415 569 272 0413 739 815 0488 997 123

Hon. Treasurer

Gerry Taylor

0419 867 960

Immediate Past Commodore Michael Beasley

0400 045 155

Rear Commodores Sailing Geoff James Angling Gary Bell Power Boating Steve Carrier Diving Steve Sullivan Social

0428 950 041 0407 711 126 0439 944 665 0422 300 995

Many thanks also to all who contributed to the success of the evening especially RACHAEL, DEBBIE, DEE, FRANK, PHYL and all the social committee. I am very grateful that my last ball as Commodore went so well—thank you all so much.

Please contact the above committee members for any information you may require.

All of the sea sports sections are flourishing, going really well and slowly growing in numbers—if you are a social member at the moment why not try one of the sea sport sections and give it a goit is great fun and a fantastic way of establishing new friendships. On the social side, at the time of making this report we are just about to have the Xmas in July party which I am sure will be a great evening. Faulty Towers in September is a virtual sell-out and it is going to be a special occasion—it is a fantastic show! Sadly Rachael is stepping down as Rear Commodore Social, due to ever increasing business commitments. Rachael has done a fantastic job and will be sorely missed-WELL DONE RACHAEL! I wish my successor every success in the future and I am sure the running of the club will be in very capable hands.

Trustees: Phil Gallagher, Gary Hollis, Robbie Young

Bosun/Caretakers Fred & Pat Collins

Functions Co-ordinator Debbie Clark

0437 880 040

Bar Manager Samantha Fernandes

0404 819124

BAR HOURS Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Public Holidays

Finally thank you all for your friendship and support over the last three years-it means a lot! Please keep on supporting and enjoying your club-we have a great future ahead of us ! Take care.

GALLEY HOURS Wednesday Friday Sunday

MICHAEL BEASLEY COMMODORE.

9401 0602 0400 150 833

6.30pm – 11.00pm 7.00pm – 11.00pm 4.00pm – 11.00pm Club Closed 4.00pm – 11.30pm 1.00pm – 9.00pm 2.30pm – 9.00pm 2:30pm – 7:00pm Unless advised otherwise 6.00pm – 8.00pm 6.30pm – 9.00pm 5.30pm – 8.00pm

OFFICE HOURS & CONTACTS Office Mon & Fri 9.00am – 5.00pm Tue-Thu 9.00am – 3.00pm Office Manager Rosina de la Mare Phone/Fax 9401 8800 Email orssc@bigpond.com Website www.orssc.asn.au Mailing Address PO Box 59, Hillarys, WA 6923

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From the Commodore

Angling Section Report Hello to all members, Sadly this is my last report as your Commodore, now that I am

Boat Fishing coming to the end of my third year in this role. I have enjoyed

Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club every minute of it and I am glad to have had the opportunity of Ian Younghusband being part of moving the club forward both in terms of The April Competition was held on the Saturday the 6th much to the surprisePatron: of a few people because the forecast was membership and financially, as we will eventually face our biggest looking far from yet great. Although was the case, the day actually turnedMANAGEMENT out to be quiteCOMMITTEE a nice one with the weather challenge when the New Marinathis ultimately happens. 2012-2013 would expected. like to thank my wife Jan for her support over the last far betterI than three years, she has always been a great help to me, shown great Commodore Graeme Cole 0412 333103 interest in the club and how it can be made better for the benefit First thingof in the keen to head out, which is the minimum number all of us.morning it took about half an hour to get 4 boats Vice Commodore Steve Oliver 0415 569 272 required to hold the competition, so I was surprised to see in theVice end we had 9 boats out, 21 members sign-on, with 17 Commodore Andy Cass 0413 739 815 I also consider myself very lucky to have had such an excellent Hon. Secretary Ron Lindsay 0488 997 123 eventuallyandweighing in. supportive management team around me at all times and

Hon. Treasurer Gerry Taylor 0419 867 960 they continue to do a great job in the running of the club. Remember they are all volunteers and give a lot to the club! On a whole, the fishing seemed rather average with only a few fish worthyPast of mention. Immediate CommodorePeter Osborne continued his Without doubt the high point for this last month was the Michael Beasley 0400 landed 045 155 a nice King reign of catching weird scored nice one Harlequin Commodores Ball onfish Julyand 7th, which was,aI think, of the bestof 1.255kgs and partner in crime Joe Gauci ever. The food which was exceptional and fish drewof a lot compliments George of 0.690kgs, was also theof Month. From what I hear, both these fish were caught by extending their Rear Commodores from our visiting guests as well as so many members—so really Sailing Geoffmember James 0428Rhodes 950 041 only just drift fromwell normal spots as wind was too were strong venture out really wide. New Adam done PAULA. Thethe entertainer and band alsoto great. Angling Gary Bell 0407 711 126 COLLINS received the “Club Person Of The Year” made theFRED weigh-in time deadline and it was lucky heaward did because he took out the heaviest Groper Power Boating Steve Carrier Baldchin 0439 944 665 with a nice Diving Steve Sullivan 0422 300 995 for his outstanding work as our club bosun and great contribution fish of 2.508kgs. It was good to see Adrian Broadbent and Maurie Ramsey fishing once again. Maurie had a good day Social to the life of the club.

out catching the heaviest Breaksea Cod of 1.495kgs and the heaviest Dhufish of 6.55kgs.

Please contact the above committee members for Many thanks also to all who contributed to the success of the any information you may require. evening especially RACHAEL, DEBBIE, DEE, FRANK, PHYL and There were no Juniors or Mini Juniors fishing unfortunately, but probably understandable given the weather. In the all the social committee. I am very grateful that my last ball as Bosun/Caretakers Veteran’s,Commodore Peter Osborne just beat Malone on a count backFred on&weight. species went so well—thank youKevin all so much. Pat CollinsBoth finished on 59401 0602 2 heaviest and 0400 150 and 833 84 points. 62 points. Lynn Malone had a cracker of a day doubling the 2nd place getter with 6 species 4 heaviest Trustees: All of the sea sports sections are flourishing, going really well and Lynn alsoslowly tookgrowing out the participation prize andmember a species a great dayGary for Lynn. Well Done. Gallagher, Hollis, Robbie Young Joe Gauci won the in numbers—if you are a social at theprize, soPhil moment why not try one of the sea sport sections and give it above a go- the runner-up with 5 species 4 heaviest and 74 points. Men’s category quite convincingly, being 2 heaviest

Functions Co-ordinator it is great fun and a fantastic way of establishing new friendships. Debbie Clark 0437 880 040 On the social side, at the time of making this report we are just Beach Fishing about to have the Xmas in July party which I am sure will be a Bar Manager great evening. Faulty Towers in September is a virtual sell-out Samantha Fernandes 0404 819124 and it is going to be a special occasion—it is a fantastic show! Again, noSadly competition to report as this magazine is required a couple of days before the next event. A full Rachael is stepping down on as Rear Commodore Social,article due BAR HOURS Monday 11.00pm to ever increasing business commitments. Rachael has done a report will be in the next Tide. The AAA State Beach and Rock Championships, coupled6.30pm with –our away trip to S-Bend is Tuesday 7.00pm – 11.00pm fantastic job and will be sorely missed-WELL DONE RACHAEL! drawing closer….June long weekend. We have booked accommodation from the Thursday 30th May, leaving Monday Wednesday 4.00pm – 11.00pm I wish my successor every success in the future and I am sure Thursday Club Closed 3rd June.theAn accommodation is on the Mason’s Bar noticeboard, with places filling fast. Hurry and get your name running of the club will be inplan very capable hands. Friday

4.00pm – 11.30pm

GALLEY HOURS Wednesday Friday Sunday

6.00pm – 8.00pm 6.30pm – 9.00pm 5.30pm – 8.00pm

up if you’re keen to go. This promises to be a great weekend, with some of us taking the1.00pm opportunity Saturday – 9.00pmto go up a little Finally thank you all for your friendship and support over the last Sunday 2.30pm – 9.00pm earlier to three try some anykeep other please don’t hesitate to call me on the number years-itspots meansout. a lot!For Please on information supporting andon this event Public Holidays 2:30pm – 7:00pm Unless advised otherwise below. enjoying your club-we have a great future ahead of us ! Take care.

That’s enough forBEASLEY this month. Tight lines. MICHAEL COMMODORE.

Daniel Bell Boat Fishing Captain 0419 041 483

Dean Bruce Beach Fishing Captain 0435 179 424

OFFICE HOURS & CONTACTS Office Mon & Fri 9.00am – 5.00pm Tue-Thu 9.00am – 3.00pm Office Manager Rosina de la Mare Phone/Fax 9401 8800 Email orssc@bigpond.com Website www.orssc.asn.au Mailing Address PO Box 59, Hillarys, WA 6923

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From the Commodore

APRIL 2013 BOAT FISHING RESULTS

Hello to all members, Angler MENS Species 1st Joe Gauci 5 Sadly this is my last report as your Commodore, now that I am 2nd Andy Cass 5 coming to the end of my third year in this role. I have enjoyed 3rd JoeI Wettinger 3 every minute of it and am glad to have had the opportunity of being part of moving the club forward both in terms of LADIES membership and financially, as we will eventually face our 1st Lynn Malone 6 biggest challenge yet when the New Marina ultimately happens. Buegge 2nd I would like to thankRose my wife Jan for her support over3 the last Dawnbeen Cass 2 great 3rd three years, she has always a great help to me, shown interest in the club and how it can be made better for the benefit VETERANS of all of us.

Heaviest 4 2 2 Ocean

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Vice Commodore

1.735kg 0.497kg 0.249kg

Graeme Cole

0412 333103

Steve Oliver

0415 569 272 0413 739 815 2.054kg 0488 997 123

Vice Commodore Andy Cass 62 1st Peter 2 I also consider myself veryOsborne lucky to have had such an 5excellent Hon. Secretary Ron Lindsay 2nd Kevin Malone 5 2 62 and supportive management team around me at all times and Hon. Treasurer Gerry Taylor52 they continue to do great job in the running of 4the club. 3rd Rona Langdon 2 Remember they are all volunteers and give a lot to the club! JUNIORS Immediate Past Commodore Without doubt the high point for this last month was the Nil which was, I think, one of the best Michael Beasley Commodores Ball on July 7th, MINI JUNIORS ever. The food was exceptional and drew a lot of compliments Rear Commodores from our visiting guests asNil well as so many members—so really Sailing Geoff James well done PAULA. The entertainer and band were also great. Angling Gary Bell FRED COLLINS received the “Club Person Of The Year” award Power Boating Steve Carrier Diving Steve Sullivan for his outstanding work as our club bosun and greatFISHING contribution AWARDS OTHER BOAT - DECEMBER 2012 Social to the life of the club. Award Result Winner

FishMany of the Month thanks also to all who contributed to0.729kg the success of the KING GEORGE evening especially RACHAEL, DEBBIE, DEE, FRANK, PHYL and all the social committee. I am very grateful 2.508kg that my last ball as Heaviest Baldchin Commodore went so well—thank you all so much. Heaviest Breaksea Cod 1.495kg Heaviest Dhufish All of the sea sports sections are flourishing, 6.550kg going really well and Heaviest Flathead 0.464kg slowly growing in numbers—if you are a social member at the moment why not try one of the sea sport sections and give it a goHeaviest Foxfish None caught it is great fun and a fantastic way of establishing new friendships. Heaviest Garfish 0.178kg On the social side, at the time of making this report we are just Heaviest Harlequin about to have the Xmas in July party which1.255kg I am sure will be a Heaviest Herring great evening. Faulty Towers in September0.222kg is a virtual sell-out and it KG is going to be a special occasion—it0.690kg is a fantastic show! Heaviest Whiting SadlyLeatherjacket Rachael is stepping down as Rear None Commodore Social, due Heaviest caught to ever increasing business commitments. Rachael has done a Heaviest None caught fantasticMackerel job and will be sorely missed-WELL DONE RACHAEL! Heaviest Mulloway None I wish my successor every success in the futurecaught and I am sure the running of the club will be in very capable hands. Heaviest Pink Snapper None caught Heaviest Queen Snapper None caught Finally thank you all for your friendship and support over the last Heaviest None three Samsonfish years-it means a lot! Please keep on caught supporting and Heaviest Shark caught enjoying your club-we have a great future None ahead of us ! Take care. Heaviest Skipjack 0.652kg Heaviest Tailor None caught MICHAEL BEASLEY Heaviest Whiting 0.191kg COMMODORE. Interboat 11 species Best Bag by a Visitor Participation Draw $50.00 club voucher Lynn Malone 11 species Best Bag by a Visitor Participation Draw $50.00 club voucher Lynn Malone

Club

Ian Younghusband

Weight 1.778kg 3.314kg 2.431kg

1.318kg

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Prize Donor

Joe Wettinger Angling Section Please contact the above committee members for any information you may require. Adam Rhodes Bosun/Caretakers Fred Maurie & Pat Collins Ramsay

Terry Bell 9401 and 0602Gerry Taylor Max 0400 150 833 Maurie Ramsay Braden Gillespie Trustees: Phil Gallagher, Gary Hollis, Robbie Young Graeme Smith Lynn Malone Francis McKeown Functions Co-ordinator Ron Langdon Dennis & 040 Julie Kenyon Debbie Clark 0437 880 Peter Osborne Francis McKeown Bar Manager RoseFernandes Buegge Andy & Dawn Cass Samantha 0404 819124 Joe Gauci Rolly & Rose Buegge BAR HOURS Kevin & Lynn Malone Monday 6.30pm – 11.00pm Mark Davis Tuesday 7.00pm – 11.00pm Wednesday 4.00pm – 11.00pm Kevin & Lynn Malone Thursday Club Closed & Carmel Langdon Friday 4.00pm –Alan 11.30pm Saturday 1.00pm – 9.00pm Angling Section Sunday 2.30pm – 9.00pm Richard Wakeford Public Holidays 2:30pm – 7:00pm Paul Marsh Unless advised otherwise Joe Gauci Daniel Bell GALLEY HOURS Dean Bruce Wednesday 6.00pm – 8.00pm FridayPeter Osborne 6.30pm – Ron 9.00pm & Sheila Langdon Sunday 5.30pm – 8.00pm Kevin Malone Mick Mason Angling Section OFFICE HOURS & CONTACTS Office Mon & Fri 9.00am – 5.00pm Dean Bruce Tue-Thu 9.00am – 3.00pm Angling Office ManagerSection Rosina de la Mare Ron & Sheila Langdon Phone/Fax 9401 8800 Kevin Malone Mick Mason Email orssc@bigpond.com Angling Section Website Mailing Address

www.orssc.asn.au PO Box 59, Hillarys, WA 6923

Angling Section

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From the Commodore

April Hello 2013 Mid-Month Fishing Report to all members, WEATHER BOATS OUT APRIL 2013 MID-MONTH 3FISHING REPORT Sadly this is my last report as your Commodore, now that I am Wind BEACH ANGLERS SIGNED ON 4 coming E to 10 the knots end of my third year in this role. I have enjoyed WEATHER 3 Club ANGLERS SIGNED ON OUT 14 Ocean Reef Sea Sports every minute of it and I am glad BOAT to have had the opportunity of BOATS Patron: Ian Younghusband Wind E 10 knots BEACH ANGLERS SIGNED ON 4 being part of moving the club forward both in terms of WEIGHED IN 13 BOAT ANGLERS SIGNED ON 14 and financially, as we will eventually face our biggest Waves membership 1.0 meter MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE challenge yet when the New Marina ultimately happens. WEIGHED IN 13 Swell 1.0 meter 2012-2013 I wouldWaves like to thank1.0 mymeter wife Jan for her support over the last three years, she has always been a great help to me, shown great Swell 1.0 meter Commodore 0412 333103early on if On what appeared pretty daybetter for aforfish was surprised to hear that itGraeme was a Cole bit uncomfortable interest in theto clubbe anda how it cannice be made the Ibenefit of all of us. you were on a boat. Phil Pollard didn’t compete this month givingVice Joe WettingerSteve a bit of a free reign but272 Joe, who was Commodore 0415 569 On what appeared to be a pretty nice day for a fish I was surprised to hear that it Oliver was a bit uncomfortable early on if joined by his family, had to cede to Graeme Cole who had a pretty day out as the The Gaston family Vicegood Commodore Andy Cassresults show. 0413 739 815 you were on very a boat. Pollard didn't giving Joe Wettinger a bit of a free reign but Joe, who I also consider myself luckyPhil to have had such an compete excellent this month Hon. to Secretary Ron Lindsay 0488 997 123 featured well getting intoby the tailor with a range oftoweight from .460 .665kg. Other notable fish caught onshow. the day were was joined his family, had to cede Graeme Cole who had a pretty good day out as the results The and supportive management team around me at all times and Jewfish ranging from family 2 to andjobBaldchin Groper ranging fromaHon. 2range toTreasurer 4kg. Joe Wettinger inOther a shark of 6.5kg. Gaston well into the tailor with of weight fromTaylor .460weighed to .665kg. fish It is Gerry 0419 867 960notable they continue to do 4kg a featured great in thegetting running of the club. interesting to note the Chris takingGroper it up toranging the boaties. Specie count for a lot. I Remember they arecompetitiveness all volunteers andJewfish giveof a lot to the Gaston club! caught on the day were ranging from 2off to the 4kg beach and Baldchin from 2 to 4kg. Joe Wettinger Immediate Pastto Commodore Without doubt point this It lastiscompetitions month was the should point out to allthe taking part in fishing of the for you weigh in your catch in a hessian or linen weighed in ahigh shark of for 6.5kg. interesting to note theneed competitiveness of Chris Gaston off the beach taking it up Michael Beasley 0400 045 155 Commodores Ball on 7th,club which I think, the best bag. Please dotonot onJuly the towas, provide you with bags. Those wepart used to havecompetitions are all gone. Hessian bags therely boaties. Specie count for a lot.one I of should point out to allthat taking in fishing of the need for youcan ever. The food was exceptional and a lot of to weigh your catch in adrew hessian orcompliments linen bag. Please do notCommodores rely on the club to provide you with bags. Those that Rear be obtained from farm in produce stores. from our visiting guests as well as so many members—so really Sailing Geoffstores. James 0428 950 041 we used to have are all gone. Hessian bags can be obtained from farm produce well done PAULA. The entertainer and band were also great. Angling Gary Bell 0407 711 126 The results areCOLLINS as follows: FRED received the “Club Person Of The Year” award Power Boating Steve Carrier 0439 944 665 The resultswork areasasour follows: Diving Stevespecie Sullivan 0422 300 995 club bosun and great contribution Ladies specie heaviest points heaviest points Men for his outstanding Social Men specie Ladies heaviest points to theCole life of the club. 6 3 heaviest 78 points 1ST Alyse 4 64 1ST Graeme Wettinger specie 4 1ST Graeme Cole 6 3 3 58 78 1ST Gaston Alyse Wettinger4 4 4 2 64 4 2ND Bronwyn 52 2ND Chris Gaston Please contact the above committee members for Many 2ND thanks Chris also toGaston all who contributed to the 4 3 success58of the 2ND Bronwyn Gaston 4 2 52 any information you may require. 3 2 42 3RD Chrisevening Gaston especially RACHAEL, PHYL 3RD Chris Gaston DEBBIE, 3 DEE, FRANK, 2 42 and all the social committee. I am very grateful that my last ball as

Bosun/Caretakers Fred & Pat Collins

Juniors Commodore went so well—thank you all so much. Juniors 3 36 36 1ST Georgia Gaston 1ST Gaston 3 1 going 1 really All of the sea Georgia sports sections are flourishing, well and 2 Gaston 2ND Maddison Gaston 2ND Maddison 2 2 2 32 32

9401 0602 0400 150 833

Trustees: Phil Gallagher, Gary Hollis, Robbie Young

slowly growing in numbers—if you are a social member at the moment why not try one of the sea sport sections and give it a goREMEMBER! May start times REMEMBER ! wayMay start new friendships. it is great fun and a fantastic of establishing (WINTER)OnOffice Hours 7.00AM thetimes social side, at the timeOffice of making this report we are just (WINTER) Hours about to have the Xmas in July party which I am sure will be a 7.00AM great me evening. Towers That’s it from thisFaulty month andin September is a virtual sell-out and it is going to be a special occasion—it is a fantastic show! That's it from hopefully Sadly we will see a few ofme ourthis month Rachael is stepping down as Rear Commodore Social, due and hopefully will see a fewRachael has done a new members part inwethe future to evertaking increasing business commitments. of our new members takingDONE RACHAEL! fantastic job and will be sorely missed-WELL part in the future I wish my successor every success in the future and I am sure Ray Bruce the running of the club will be in very capable hands. Mid-Month Fishing Captain.

Functions Co-ordinator Debbie Clark

0437 880 040

Bar Manager Samantha Fernandes

0404 819124

BAR HOURS Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Public Holidays

Ray Bruce

Finally Mid-Month thank you all for your friendship and support over the last Fishing Captain. three years-it means a lot! Please keep on supporting and enjoying your club-we have a great future ahead of us ! Take care.

GALLEY HOURS Wednesday Friday Sunday

MICHAEL BEASLEY COMMODORE.

6.30pm – 11.00pm 7.00pm – 11.00pm 4.00pm – 11.00pm Club Closed 4.00pm – 11.30pm 1.00pm – 9.00pm 2.30pm – 9.00pm 2:30pm – 7:00pm Unless advised otherwise 6.00pm – 8.00pm 6.30pm – 9.00pm 5.30pm – 8.00pm

OFFICE HOURS & CONTACTS Office Mon & Fri 9.00am – 5.00pm Tue-Thu 9.00am – 3.00pm Office Manager Rosina de la Mare Phone/Fax 9401 8800 Email orssc@bigpond.com Website www.orssc.asn.au Mailing Address PO Box 59, Hillarys, WA 6923

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From the Commodore Hello to all members, Sadly this is my last report as your Commodore, now that I am coming to the end of my third year in this role. I have enjoyed every minute of it and I am glad to have had the opportunity of being part of moving the club forward both in terms of membership and financially, as we will eventually face our biggest challenge yet when the New Marina ultimately happens. I would like to thank my wife Jan for her support over the last three years, she has always been a great help to me, shown great interest in the club and how it can be made better for the benefit of all of us.

Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club Patron:

Ian Younghusband

MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE 2012-2013

I also consider myself very lucky to have had such an excellent and supportive management team around me at all times and they continue to do a great job in the running of the club. Remember they are all volunteers and give a lot to the club! Without doubt the high point for this last month was the Commodores Ball on July 7th, which was, I think, one of the best ever. The food was exceptional and drew a lot of compliments from our visiting guests as well as so many members—so really well done PAULA. The entertainer and band were also great. FRED COLLINS received the “Club Person Of The Year” award for his outstanding work as our club bosun and great contribution to the life of the club.

Commodore

Graeme Cole

0412 333103

Vice Commodore Vice Commodore Hon. Secretary

Steve Oliver Andy Cass Ron Lindsay

0415 569 272 0413 739 815 0488 997 123

Hon. Treasurer

Gerry Taylor

0419 867 960

Immediate Past Commodore Michael Beasley

0400 045 155

Rear Commodores Sailing Geoff James Angling Gary Bell Power Boating Steve Carrier Diving Steve Sullivan Social

0428 950 041 0407 711 126 0439 944 665 0422 300 995

Many thanks also to all who contributed to the success of the evening especially RACHAEL, DEBBIE, DEE, FRANK, PHYL and all the social committee. I am very grateful that my last ball as Commodore went so well—thank you all so much.

Please contact the above committee members for any information you may require.

All of the sea sports sections are flourishing, going really well and slowly growing in numbers—if you are a social member at the moment why not try one of the sea sport sections and give it a goit is great fun and a fantastic way of establishing new friendships. On the social side, at the time of making this report we are just about to have the Xmas in July party which I am sure will be a great evening. Faulty Towers in September is a virtual sell-out and it is going to be a special occasion—it is a fantastic show! Sadly Rachael is stepping down as Rear Commodore Social, due to ever increasing business commitments. Rachael has done a fantastic job and will be sorely missed-WELL DONE RACHAEL! I wish my successor every success in the future and I am sure the running of the club will be in very capable hands.

Trustees: Phil Gallagher, Gary Hollis, Robbie Young

Bosun/Caretakers Fred & Pat Collins

Functions Co-ordinator Debbie Clark

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Bar Manager Samantha Fernandes

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BAR HOURS Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Public Holidays

Finally thank you all for your friendship and support over the last three years-it means a lot! Please keep on supporting and enjoying your club-we have a great future ahead of us ! Take care.

GALLEY HOURS Wednesday Friday Sunday

MICHAEL BEASLEY COMMODORE.

9401 0602 0400 150 833

6.30pm – 11.00pm 7.00pm – 11.00pm 4.00pm – 11.00pm Club Closed 4.00pm – 11.30pm 1.00pm – 9.00pm 2.30pm – 9.00pm 2:30pm – 7:00pm Unless advised otherwise 6.00pm – 8.00pm 6.30pm – 9.00pm 5.30pm – 8.00pm

OFFICE HOURS & CONTACTS Office Mon & Fri 9.00am – 5.00pm Tue-Thu 9.00am – 3.00pm Office Manager Rosina de la Mare Phone/Fax 9401 8800 Email orssc@bigpond.com Website www.orssc.asn.au Mailing Address PO Box 59, Hillarys, WA 6923

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A big  welcome  to  all  the  new  members,  who  joined  our  club,  on  Open  Day.  

The Sailing  Section  invites  you  to  try  sailing  by  contacting  our  Sailing  Captain  and  Crewing   Officer,  Alan  Peacham  on    04  101  062  57   Spend   Saturday   morning   in   the   Start   Box   to   learn   about   our   sailing   racing   and   the   race   From thea   Commodore

control system  whilst  enjoying  a  cuppa  and  the  wonderful  spectacle  of  the  yachts  sailing  in   Sailing Section Hello to all members, the  Whitfords  Lagoon.  

A big toreport all the new members, who Sadlywelcome this is my last as your Commodore, now that I amjoined our club, on Open Day. coming to the end of my third year in this role. I have enjoyed TheOn Sailing SectionSection   invites you to try sailing contacting ouron   Sailing Captain and Crewing Officer, the   Sailing   social   scene   we  by have   a   dine-­‐in   the  Reef first   Friday   evening   Ocean Sea Sports Clubof   each   every minute of it and I am glad to have had the opportunity of Alan Peacham on 04the101 57 both in terms of Patron: Ian Younghusband being part of moving club062 forward month.   membership and financially, as we willineventually face our biggest Spend a Saturday morning the Start Box to learn about our sailing racing and the race control MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE challenge yet when the New Marina ultimately happens. system enjoying cuppa spectacle of the yachts sailing in the Whitfords 2012-2013 IAlso  we  have  a  Sailing  Presentation  Dinner/dance  on  the  Saturday  evening  May  25th  with   wouldwhilst like to thank my wife aJan for her and supportthe overwonderful the last three years, she has always been a great help to me, shown great Lagoon. the  binand,   New   Tricks   roviding   some   intage  Rock   &  Roll  music.  Graeme Cole Commodore 0412 333103 interest the club and how it canpbe made better for the v benefit Onofthe Section social scene we have a dine-in on the first Friday evening of each month. all ofSailing us. Vice Commodore Steve Oliver 0415 569 272 Also haveup   a Sailing on Vice the Commodore Saturday evening the band, Andy CassMay 25th 0413with 739 815 So  we make   a  table  Presentation or  just  come  Dinner/dance along(see  advert).   I also consider myself very lucky to have had such an excellent Hon. Secretary Ron Lindsay 0488 997 123 New providing vintage & Roll andTricks supportive managementsome team around me atRock all times and music. Treasurer 0419 867 960 your   they continue to do a great job in the running of the club. Remember   the  ormore   you   along(see participate   in   the   Hon. ORSSC   club   Gerry the   Taylor more   worthwhile   So make up a table just come advert). Remember they are all volunteers and give a lot to the club! Remember the you participate in the club the more worthwhile your membership will membership   w ill  bpoint e.   for Immediate Past Commodore Without doubt themore high this last month was ORSSC the Michael Beasley 0400 045 155 be.Commodores Ball on July 7th, which was, I think, one of the best ever. The Jfood was   exceptional and drew a lot of compliments Geoff   ames   from our visiting guests as well as so many members—so really well done PAULA. The entertainer and band were also great. Geoff James FRED COLLINS received theS“Club Person Of The Year” award Rear   C ommodore,   ailing.   Rear Commodore, for his outstanding work Sailing. as our club bosun and great contribution to the life of the club.

Rear Commodores Sailing Geoff James Angling Gary Bell Power Boating Steve Carrier Diving Steve Sullivan Social

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Many thanks also to all who contributed to the success of the evening especially RACHAEL, DEBBIE, DEE, FRANK, PHYL and all the social committee. I am very grateful that my last ball as Commodore went so well—thank you all so much.

Please contact the above committee members for any information you may require.

All of the sea sports sections are flourishing, going really well and slowly growing in numbers—if you are a social member at the moment why not try one of the sea sport sections and give it a goit is great fun and a fantastic way of establishing new friendships. On the social side, at the time of making this report we are just about to have the Xmas in July party which I am sure will be a great evening. Faulty Towers in September is a virtual sell-out and it is going to be a special occasion—it is a fantastic show! Sadly Rachael is stepping down as Rear Commodore Social, due to ever increasing business commitments. Rachael has done a fantastic job and will be sorely missed-WELL DONE RACHAEL! I wish my successor every success in the future and I am sure the running of the club will be in very capable hands.

Trustees: Phil Gallagher, Gary Hollis, Robbie Young

Bosun/Caretakers Fred & Pat Collins

Functions Co-ordinator Debbie Clark

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Bar Manager Samantha Fernandes

0404 819124

BAR HOURS Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Public Holidays

Finally thank you all for your friendship and support over the last three years-it means a lot! Please keep on supporting and enjoying your club-we have a great future ahead of us ! Take care.

GALLEY HOURS Wednesday Friday Sunday

MICHAEL BEASLEY COMMODORE.

9401 0602 0400 150 833

6.30pm – 11.00pm 7.00pm – 11.00pm 4.00pm – 11.00pm Club Closed 4.00pm – 11.30pm 1.00pm – 9.00pm 2.30pm – 9.00pm 2:30pm – 7:00pm Unless advised otherwise 6.00pm – 8.00pm 6.30pm – 9.00pm 5.30pm – 8.00pm

OFFICE HOURS & CONTACTS Office Mon & Fri 9.00am – 5.00pm Tue-Thu 9.00am – 3.00pm Office Manager Rosina de la Mare Phone/Fax 9401 8800 Email orssc@bigpond.com Website www.orssc.asn.au Mailing Address PO Box 59, Hillarys, WA 6923

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From the Commodore Hello to all members,

Ocean Sea   Sports   Club   OceanReef   Reef Sea Sports Club

Sadly this is my last report as your Commodore, now that I am coming to the end of my third year in this role. I have enjoyed every minute of it and I am glad to have had the opportunity of being part of moving the club forward both in terms of membership and financially, as we will eventually face our biggest challenge yet when the New Marina ultimately happens. I would like to thank my wife Jan for her support over the last three years, she has always been a great help to me, shown great interest in the club and how it can be made better for the benefit of all of us.

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Graeme Cole

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I also consider myself very lucky to have had such an excellent and supportive management team around me at all times and Hon. Treasurer Gerry Taylor they continue to do a great job in the running of the club. Remember they are all volunteers and give a lot to the club! Immediate Past Commodore Without doubt the high point for this last month was the Michael Beasley Commodores Ball on July 7th, which was, I think, one of the best ever. The food was exceptional and drew a lot of compliments Rear Commodores from our visiting guests as well as so many members—so really Sailing Geoff James well done PAULA. The entertainer and band were also great. Angling Gary Bell FRED COLLINS received the “Club Person Of The Year” award Power Boating Steve Carrier Diving Steve Sullivan for his outstanding work as our club bosun and great contribution Social to the life of the club. 25th  May  2013  

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MICHAEL BEASLEY COMMODORE.

4.00pm – 11.00pm Club Closed 4.00pm – 11.30pm 1.00pm – 9.00pm 2.30pm – 9.00pm 2:30pm – 7:00pm Unless advised otherwise 6.00pm – 8.00pm 9.00pm 8.00pm

6.30pm – Please book book  eearly arly  with   Rosina   in  the   5.30pm – Please with Rosina inOffice   the  Office OFFICE HOURS & CONTACTS Call   Call  94018800   94018800 Office

Office Manager Phone/Fax Email Website Mailing Address

Mon & Fri 9.00am – 5.00pm Tue-Thu 9.00am – 3.00pm Rosina de la Mare 9401 8800 orssc@bigpond.com www.orssc.asn.au PO Box 59, Hillarys, WA 6923

Ken & Dee Treen wish to thank all those club members for their support to us both and our family. 2

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Power Hello to Boat all members, Section Power Boat  Section    

Sadly this is my last report as your Commodore, now that I am Hi Everyone,   coming to the end of my third year in this role. I have enjoyed

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Patron:

Ian Younghusband

MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE 2012-2013 Commodore

Graeme Cole

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Vice Commodore

Steve Oliver

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Fred & Pat Collins 9401 0602 early  due  to  a  surprisingly  good   0400 150 833 Trustees: All of tthe sports sections going really well andand  I  came   run  down   he  sea freeway   for  are a  Gflourishing, ood  Friday,   Dionne   down  the  coast,  leaving  around  the  same  time   Phil Gallagher, Gary Hollis, Robbie Young slowly growing in numbers—if you are a social member at the as  Rach   and  Swhy teve   wone ho  oftowed   down,   with   s  aitrriving   not  long  after  them.    Ron  &  Dora  +  Steve  &  Rach  (with   moment not try the sea sport sections and u give a goCo-ordinator is ndrea   great fun and of establishing Dave  &it  A on  abfantastic oard)  way headed   out  fnew or  afriendships.  run  down  to  RFunctions ockingham   while  we  waited  f0437 or  t880 he  040 others  to  turn   Debbie Clark On the social side, at the time of making this report we are just up.     Phil   Gallaher   and   John   Heckles   from   the   Dive   section   were   joining   us   for   a   night   before   heading   to   about to have the Xmas in July party which I am sure will be a Bar Manager Rotto   agreat nd   sevening. topped   for  Towers a   dive   n   the   wisay   down.   We   were  Samantha saving   tFernandes hem   a   mooring   on   the   as   Phil’s   boat   Faulty in o September a virtual sell-out 0404jetty   819124 and it is going to be a special occasion—it is a fantastic show! was  too  big  to  beach  moor.  Once  everyone  arrived  we  all  had  a  few  drinks  on  the  Jetty  before  heading  up   Sadly Rachael is stepping down as Rear Commodore Social, due BAR HOURS to  the  BtoBQ   rea  for  business more  dcommitments. rinks  and  Rachael food.  has     done a Monday 6.30pm – 11.00pm everaincreasing 7.00pm – 11.00pm fantastic andcwill be sorely missed-WELL DONE RACHAEL! As  usual   lots  job was   onsumed   and  a  repeat   of  the  lost  tea  bTuesday ag   i ncident   o ccurred   b ut  this   time  with  the  key  for   Wednesday 4.00pm – 11.00pm I wish my successor every success in the future and I am sure Club Closed the  gate   o  the  ofbthe each   moorings   and  w e  all  now  know  who  Thursday to  ask  1st…Dora  check   your   back  pocket!!   thetrunning club will be in very capable hands. Friday 4.00pm – 11.30pm   Saturday 1.00pm – 9.00pm Finally thank you all for your friendship and support over the last Sunday 2.30pm – 9.00pm The  next   m orning   a fter   b reckie   P hil   a nd   J ohn   h eaded   o ff   t o   R otto   f or   t he   n ight   w hile  we  all  headed  off  for  a   three years-it means a lot! Please keep on supporting and Public Holidays 2:30pm – 7:00pm your club-we have future us ! a   pod   of   at   least   20   dolphins   chasing   Unless advised otherwise cruise   tenjoying o   Rockingham,   on  a tgreat he   w ay  ahead we   sofaw   a   big   school   of   fish.     When   Take care. we  got  to  Rockingham  a  few  went  straight   GALLEY HOURS Wednesday 6.00pm – 8.00pm MICHAEL BEASLEY into   the   Rockingham   Cruising   Club   (Its   Friday 6.30pm – 9.00pm COMMODORE. midday   somewhere   in   Australia)   whilst   Sunday 5.30pm – 8.00pm others   chose   to   walk   around   the   shops   OFFICE HOURS & CONTACTS Office Mon & Fri 9.00am – 5.00pm and   Rockingham   Foreshore.     Everyone   Tue-Thu 9.00am – 3.00pm met   up   at   1pm   at   the   club   for   a   couple   Office Manager Rosina de la Mare Phone/Fax 9401 8800 more  beverages  before  heading  off  in  the   Email orssc@bigpond.com Website www.orssc.asn.au boats.   Some   chose   to   head   over   to   Mailing Address PO Box 59, Hillarys, WA 6923 Garden   Island   while   others   headed   straight   back   to   Cockburn.   The   race   was   2 on   between   us   and   Ian   and   Cathy’s   boat   but  apparently  Ian  was  told  to  slow  down   so  all  3  boats  ended  up  back  at  Cockburn   the   same   time.     We   all   ended   up   on   Ian  

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and Cathy’s  boat  for  drinks  while  we  waited  for  Ron  and  Dora,  John  and  Christine  and  Rach  and  Steve  to   Hello to all members, come   back.   When   they   all   got   back   we   had   another   key   drama   with   Frank   thinking   he   had   lost   his  car   keys   Sadly Ithis is my  last your aCommodore, thathim   I amback  to  Ocean  Reef  for  his  spare  key  when  Steve  O  found   on  Garden   sland.   Ian  report was  asjust   bout  to  dnow rive   coming to the end of my third year in this role. I have enjoyed them  in  the  BBQ  area  where  he  had  left  them  that  morning.    We  all  headed  up  to  the  BBQ  area  again  for   Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club every minute of it and I am glad to have had the opportunity of being part of moving the club forward both in terms of more  food  and  drinks,  the  night  was  soon  over  and  we  headed  to  our  Patron: boats  fIan or  Younghusband much  needed  sleep.       membership and financially, as we will eventually face our biggest   MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE challenge yet when the New Marina ultimately happens. 2012-2013 I would like to thank my wife Jan for her support over the last The  next  day  5  boats  headed  out  to  Garden  Island  again  while  a  few  went  home.    Again  we  ended  up  in   three years, she has always been a great help to me, shown great two  groups  with  some  in   Herring  Bay  and  some  at  Woodman  Point   where  we  rafted  up  for  morning  tea   Commodore Graeme Cole 0412 333103 interest in the club and how it can be made better for the benefit before  we  all  headed  home.    Dionne  and  I  cruised  back  down  the  coast  in  perfect  seas,  while  the  others   of all of us. Vice Commodore Steve Oliver 0415 569 272 0413 739 815 headed  back  to  Cockburn  to  trailer  their  boats  home.     Vice Commodore Andy Cass I also consider myself very lucky to have had such an excellent Hon. Secretary Ron Lindsay 0488 997 123   and supportive management team around me at all times and Hon. fTreasurer Gerry Taylor especially   0419 867 960Boson,   Thor   they continue doCaockburn   great job inPower   the running of a the club. Once  again   thanks  toto   Boat   nd   Fishing  Club   or  their  hospitality   the   Remember they are all volunteers and give a lot to the club! Immediate Past Commodore for   all   his   help   and   thank   to  month Rockingham   Cruising   Club   for   welcoming   16   of   us   into   their   club   Without doubt the also   high point for you   this last was the Michael Beasley 0400 045 155 Commodores Ball on July 7th, which was, I think, one of the best straight  off  the  street  or  should  I  say  water  with  no  prior  warning???   ever. The food was exceptional and drew a lot of compliments from our visiting guests as well as so many members—so really well Upcoming done PAULA. Theevents entertainer and band were also great. FRED COLLINS received the “Club Person Of The Year” award for his outstanding work as our club bosun and great contribution • life Fremantle   Sailing  club  lunch  –  11th  May   to the of the club.

Shelley Beach  BBQ  lunch  –  9th  June  

Rear Commodores Sailing Geoff James Angling Gary Bell Power Boating Steve Carrier Diving Steve Sullivan Social

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Please contact the above committee members for any information you may require.

Many thanks also to all who contributed to thethsuccess of the • especially End of  RACHAEL, season  DEBBIE, dinner  DEE, –  1FRANK, 5  June   evening PHYL and th last ball as all the social committee. I am very grateful that my • Club   C rawl   o n   t he   S wan   –   6   J uly   Commodore went so well—thank you all so much.

Bosun/Caretakers Fred & Pat Collins

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Trustees: Phil Gallagher, Gary Hollis, Robbie Young

slowly growing in numbers—if you are a social member at the moment why not try one of the sea sport sections and give it a goit is great fun and a fantastic way of establishing new friendships. On the social side, at the time of making this report we are just about to have the Xmas in July party which I am sure will be a great evening. Faulty Towers in September is a virtual sell-out and it is going to be a special occasion—it is a fantastic show! Sadly Rachael is stepping down as Rear Commodore Social, due to ever increasing business commitments. Rachael has done a fantastic job and will be sorely missed-WELL DONE RACHAEL! I wish my successor every success in the future and I am sure the running of the club will be in very capable hands.

Functions Co-ordinator Debbie Clark

0437 880 040

Bar Manager Samantha Fernandes

0404 819124

BAR HOURS Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Public Holidays

Finally thank you all for your friendship and support over the last three years-it means a lot! Please keep on supporting and enjoying your club-we have a great future ahead of us ! Take care.

GALLEY HOURS Wednesday Friday Sunday

MICHAEL BEASLEY COMMODORE.

6.30pm – 11.00pm 7.00pm – 11.00pm 4.00pm – 11.00pm Club Closed 4.00pm – 11.30pm 1.00pm – 9.00pm 2.30pm – 9.00pm 2:30pm – 7:00pm Unless advised otherwise 6.00pm – 8.00pm 6.30pm – 9.00pm 5.30pm – 8.00pm

OFFICE HOURS & CONTACTS Office Mon & Fri 9.00am – 5.00pm Tue-Thu 9.00am – 3.00pm Office Manager Rosina de la Mare Phone/Fax 9401 8800 Email orssc@bigpond.com Website www.orssc.asn.au Mailing Address PO Box 59, Hillarys, WA 6923

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From the Commodore Hello to all members, Dive Section Sadly this is my last report as your Commodore, now that I am coming to the end of my third year in this role. I have enjoyed The Labour  Day  weekend  for  2013  saw  a  small   every minute of it and I am glad to have had the opportunity of being part of moving the club forward both in terms of group  of  divers  make  their  way  south  through   membership and financially, as we will eventually face our biggest holiday   traffic   on  the the   Friday   night   thappens. o   arrive   and   challenge yet when New Marina ultimately I would like to thank my wife Jan for her support over the last settle  into  the  API  units  fronting  onto  the  very   three years, she has always been a great help to me, shown great interest M in the club and how it can ibe made better  for the benefit beautiful   iddleton   Beach   n  A lbany.  

Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club Patron:

Ian Younghusband

MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE 2012-2013

of all of us.

Commodore

Graeme Cole

0412 333103

Vice Commodore Vice Commodore Hon. Secretary

Steve Oliver Andy Cass Ron Lindsay

0415 569 272 0413 739 815 0488 997 123

As the   first   established   European   settlement   in   I also consider myself very lucky to have had such an excellent and supportive management team around me at all times and Western   Australia   and   now   one   of   the   largest   Hon. Treasurer Gerry Taylor 0419 867 960 they continue to do a great job in the running of the club. Remember theyPerth,   are all volunteers and give a lot to the club!with   cities   outside   Albany   is   endowed   Immediate Past Commodore Without doubt the high point for this last month was the Michael Beasley 0400 045 155 an   interesting   history   which   is   reflected   in   best its   Commodores Ball on July 7th, which was, I think, one of the ever. The food was exceptional and drew a lot of compliments Rear Commodores distinctive   architecture   and   the   relaxed   and   from our visiting guests as well as so many members—so really Sailing Geoff James 0428 950 041 well doneambiance   PAULA. The entertainer and band were alsoarea.   great.   charming   that   pervades   the   Angling Gary Bell 0407 711 126 FRED COLLINS received the “Club Person Of The Year” award Power Boating Steve Carrier 0439 944 665 The  port  area  is  home  to  the  southern  terminus  of  the  Bibbulmun  Track  which  then  winds  it  way  north   Diving Steve Sullivan 0422 300 995 for his outstanding work as our club bosun and great contribution Social to the life of the club. nearly  1,000  km  to  Kalamunda.     Please contact the above committee members for any information you may require.

Many thanks also to all who contributed to the success of the evening especially RACHAEL, DEBBIE, DEE, FRANK, PHYL and all the social committee. I am very grateful that my last ball as Commodore went so well—thank you all so much.

Perhaps more   pertinent   to   the   dive   the   city   of   Albany   also   9401 0602 0400 150 witnessed   the   end   of  833 an   era   when   Trustees: All of the sea sports sections are flourishing, going really well and Phil Gallagher, Gary Hollis,last   Robbie Young slowly growing in numbers—if you are a social member at the the   whaling   station   was   moment why not try one of the sea sport sections and give it a goFunctions Co-ordinator decommissioned   by   the   Cheynes   it is great fun and a fantastic way of establishing new friendships. Debbie Clark 0437 880 040 On the social side, at the time of making this report we are just Beach   Whaling   company   in   1978   about to have the Xmas in July party which I am sure will be a Bar Manager great evening. Faulty Towers in September is a virtual sell-out bringing   to   an   0404 end  819124 the   commercial   Samantha Fernandes and it is going to be a special occasion—it is a fantastic show! hunting   of   humped   back   and   sperm   Sadly Rachael is stepping down as Rear Commodore Social, due BAR HOURS Monday 6.30pm – 11.00pm to ever increasing business commitments. Rachael has done a whales.    7.00pm The   site   of   their   operations   Tuesday – 11.00pm fantastic job and will be sorely missed-WELL DONE RACHAEL! Wednesday 4.00pm – 11.00pm I wish my successor every success in the future and I am sure is   now  Club operated   as   a   tourist   Thursday Closed the running of the club will be in very capable hands. Friday 4.00pm – 11.30pm attraction   called   Whale   World   with   Saturday 1.00pm – 9.00pm Finally thank you all for your friendship and support over the last Sunday 2.30pm – 9.00pm exhibits   including   animated   footage   three years-it means a lot! Please keep on supporting and Public Holidays 2:30pm – 7:00pm enjoying your club-we have a great future ahead of us ! advised otherwise of   the  Unless whaling   era,   museum   Take care. GALLEY HOURSartefacts   including   giant   whale   Wednesday 6.00pm – 8.00pm MICHAEL BEASLEY Friday 9.00pm skeletons  6.30pm and  –the   exhibited   whaling   COMMODORE. Sunday 5.30pm – 8.00pm operation  including  the  flensing  deck  and  the  factory  boiler  area.  The  highlight  for  our  young  party  being   OFFICE HOURS & CONTACTS the  dry  docked  whale  chaser  the  “Cheynes  IV”  which  wOffice as  boarded  and   explored   extensively.   Mon & Fri 9.00am – 5.00pm Bosun/Caretakers section,   Fred & Pat Collins

Tue-Thu 9.00am – 3.00pm Office Manager Rosina de la Mare Diving was   scheduled   on   the   Sunday   and   the   charter  Phone/Fax was   on   a   large   whale   9401 8800 watching   vessel   on   which   Email orssc@bigpond.com children   were   welcomed   so   nearly   the   whole   group   boarded   along   with   local   guides   and   other   Website www.orssc.asn.au Mailing Address PO Box 59, Hillarys, WA 6923

interested divers.     Departing   out   of   Princess   Royal   Harbour,   our   destination   was   across   the  King   George   Sound  to  Michaelmas  Island.    The  first  dive  was  on  the   2 “Cheynes  III”  –  sister  vessel  to  the  one  described   earlier   which   is   preserved   in   dry   dock.     Having   ended   its   career   as   a   whale   chaser   in   1978,  “Cheynes   III”     was  scuttled  in  June  1982  as  the  first  purpose  prepared  wreck  in  the  southern  hemisphere.    Lying  at  a   maximum   depth   of   22m   we   encountered   a   variety   of   reef   fish   including   queen   snapper,   bulls   eye,  

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From the Commodore Hello to allamembers, Samson fish   nd  a  variety  of  sponges,  soft  corals,  coral  fans  and  marine  life  that  has  colonised  the  wreck.     Weather   were   optimal   on   and   as   a   result   visibility   was   poor   –   however   the   Sadlyconditions   this is my last report as not   your Commodore, now our   that I outing   am coming to the end of my third year in this role. I have enjoyed distinctive  Ocean over  Reef sized   rudder  Club was   clearly   Sea Sports every minute of it and I am glad to have had the opportunity of Patron: Ian Younghusband being part of moving the club forward both in terms of distinguishable   in   the   water   as   was   the   distinctive   membership and financially, as we will eventually face our biggest MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE open  bow  of  the  vessel  which  would  have  featured   challenge yet when the New Marina ultimately happens. 2012-2013 I would like to thank my wife Jan for her support over the last the  harpoon  deck.   three years, she has always been a great help to me, shown great Commodore

interest in the club and how it can be made better for the benefit of all of us.

Graeme Cole

0412 333103

With Vice conditions   the   second   Commodore deteriorating   Steve Oliver 0415 569 272 dive   was   Vice Commodore Andy Cass 0413 739 815 conducted   on   a   series   of   limestone   I also consider myself very lucky to have had such an excellent Hon. Secretary Ron Lindsay 0488 997reefs   123 not   far   and supportive management team around me at all times and from  Hon. the   wreck   site   by   a   Treasurer Gerryand   Taylor was   characterised   0419 867 960 they continue to do a great job in the running of the club. Remember they are all volunteers and give a lot to the club! range   of   colourful   corals   and   fans   and   numerous   Immediate Past Commodore Without doubt the high point for this last month was the Michael Beasley 045  155 reef   fish   harbouring   in   the   kelp  0400 beds.   Groper   was   Commodores Ball on July 7th, which was, I think, one of the best ever. The food was exceptional and drew a lot of compliments Rear Commodores sighted   but   sad   for   some   of   the   party   this   is   a   from our visiting guests as well as so many members—so really Sailing Geoff James 0428 950 041 well done PAULA. The entertainer and band were also great. Angling Gary Bell 711 126 marine   reserve   and   nothing   was  0407 going   to   make   its   FRED COLLINS received the “Club Person Of The Year” award Power Boating Steve Carrier 0439 944 665 Steve Sullivan 0422the   300 995 way  Diving home   in   a   catch   bag.   While   divers   were   for his outstanding work as our club bosun and great contribution Social to the life of the club. navigating   their   way   around   in   the   gloom   below   the   Please contact the above committee members for Many thanks also to all who contributed to the success of the surface,   an   energetic   party   of   young   snorkelers   any information you may require. evening especially RACHAEL, DEBBIE, DEE, FRANK, PHYL and all the social committee. I am very grateful that my last ball as made   the   most   of   the   reef   site   and   enjoyed   the   Bosun/Caretakers Commodore went so well—thank you all so much. Fred & Pat Collins 9401 0602 fresh   cool   waters   of   the   Sound.   Having   returned   0400 150 833 Trustees: All of the sea sports sections are flourishing, going really well and safely   to   port,   consensus   was   reached   that   with   Phil Gallagher, Gary Hollis, Robbie Young slowly growing in numbers—if you are a social member at the moment why not try one of the sea sport sections and give it a goweather  conditions  not  forecast  to  improve  the  next   Functions Co-ordinator it is great fun and a fantastic way of establishing new friendships. Debbie Clark not   attempt   the   wreck   0437 880of   040the   HMAS   day   we   would   On the social side, at the time of making this report we are just about to have the Xmas in July party which I am sure will be a Perth   great as   originally   planned   and   the   party   adjourned   Bar for  Manager a   well   enjoyed   pub   lunch.     Monday   was   evening. Faulty Towers in September is a virtual sell-out Samantha Fernandes 0404 819124 and it is going to be a special occasion—it is a fantastic show! therefore  spent  at  leisure  with  some  opting  to  head  back  home  early  and  others  enjoying  a  visit  to  the   Sadly Rachael is stepping down as Rear Commodore Social, due BAR HOURS local  mtouseum   including   tour  of  the   “Brig   Amity”,   ocked  replica  of  the  6.30pm original   two  masted  vessel   Monday – 11.00pm ever increasing businessa  commitments. Rachael has done a a  dry  d Tuesday 7.00pm – 11.00pm fantastic job and will be sorely missed-WELL DONE RACHAEL! that  brought   the  first  official  European  settlers  to  Albany  Wednesday in  1826.   4.00pm – 11.00pm I wish my successor every success in the future and I am sure Thursday Club Closed Friday 4.00pm – 11.30pm Despite   weather   conditions   that   were   less   than   kind  Saturday to   our   divers   this   was   a   –very   successful   and   1.00pm 9.00pm Finally thank you all for your friendship and support over the last Sunday 2.30pm – 9.00pm enjoyable  weekend  and  we  will  certainly  look  forward  to  visiting  Albany  again.  The  API  holiday  homes   three years-it means a lot! Please keep on supporting and Public Holidays 2:30pm – 7:00pm enjoying your club-we have a great future ahead of us ! Unless advised otherwise

the running of the club will be in very capable hands.

are well  equipped  and  comfortable  and  there  is  a  very  adequate  laundry  and  reasonably  secure  facility   Take care. GALLEY HOURS for  drying  out  dive  gear  overnight.    The  dive  charter  was  comfortable,  well  equipped  and  managed  by   Wednesday 6.00pm – 8.00pm MICHAEL BEASLEY Friday good   value.     The   6.30pm – 9.00pm responsible   and   knowledgeable   dive   guides   and   represented   drive   to   Albany   can   be   COMMODORE. Sunday 5.30pm – 8.00pm done  in  less  than  six  hours  making  it  very  accessible  for  a  long  weekend.       OFFICE HOURS & CONTACTS Office Mon & Fri 9.00am – 5.00pm Tue-Thu 9.00am the   – 3.00pm Many   thanks   to   Mike   for   his   efforts   in   setting   this   trip   up   including   co-­‐ordinating   accommodation   Office Manager Rosina de la Mare 9401 8800 and  the  dive  charter,  and  to  all  involved  for  being  family  Phone/Fax friendly  and  contributing   to  a  great  outing.   Email orssc@bigpond.com Website www.orssc.asn.au Mailing Address PO Box 59, Hillarys, WA 6923  

Leslie Crockett  

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Open Day 2013 From the Commodore Hello to all members, Sadly this is my last report as your Commodore, now that I am coming to the end of my third year in this role. I have enjoyed every minute of it and I am glad to have had the opportunity of being part of moving the club forward both in terms of membership and financially, as we will eventually face our biggest challenge yet when the New Marina ultimately happens. I would like to thank my wife Jan for her support over the last three years, she has always been a great help to me, shown great interest in the club and how it can be made better for the benefit of all of us.

Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club Patron:

Ian Younghusband

MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE 2012-2013

I also consider myself very lucky to have had such an excellent and supportive management team around me at all times and they continue to do a great job in the running of the club. Remember they are all volunteers and give a lot to the club! Without doubt the high point for this last month was the Commodores Ball on July 7th, which was, I think, one of the best ever. The food was exceptional and drew a lot of compliments from our visiting guests as well as so many members—so really well done PAULA. The entertainer and band were also great. FRED COLLINS received the “Club Person Of The Year” award for his outstanding work as our club bosun and great contribution to the life of the club.

Commodore

Graeme Cole

0412 333103

Vice Commodore Vice Commodore Hon. Secretary

Steve Oliver Andy Cass Ron Lindsay

0415 569 272 0413 739 815 0488 997 123

Hon. Treasurer

Gerry Taylor

0419 867 960

Immediate Past Commodore Michael Beasley

0400 045 155

Rear Commodores Sailing Geoff James Angling Gary Bell Power Boating Steve Carrier Diving Steve Sullivan Social

0428 950 041 0407 711 126 0439 944 665 0422 300 995

Many thanks also to all who contributed to the success of the evening especially RACHAEL, DEBBIE, DEE, FRANK, PHYL and all the social committee. I am very grateful that my last ball as Commodore went so well—thank you all so much.

Please contact the above committee members for any information you may require.

All of the sea sports sections are flourishing, going really well and slowly growing in numbers—if you are a social member at the moment why not try one of the sea sport sections and give it a goit is great fun and a fantastic way of establishing new friendships. On the social side, at the time of making this report we are just about to have the Xmas in July party which I am sure will be a great evening. Faulty Towers in September is a virtual sell-out and it is going to be a special occasion—it is a fantastic show! Sadly Rachael is stepping down as Rear Commodore Social, due to ever increasing business commitments. Rachael has done a fantastic job and will be sorely missed-WELL DONE RACHAEL! I wish my successor every success in the future and I am sure the running of the club will be in very capable hands.

Trustees: Phil Gallagher, Gary Hollis, Robbie Young

Bosun/Caretakers Fred & Pat Collins

Functions Co-ordinator Debbie Clark

0437 880 040

Bar Manager Samantha Fernandes

0404 819124

BAR HOURS Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Public Holidays

Finally thank you all for your friendship and support over the last three years-it means a lot! Please keep on supporting and enjoying your club-we have a great future ahead of us ! Take care.

GALLEY HOURS Wednesday Friday Sunday

MICHAEL BEASLEY COMMODORE.

9401 0602 0400 150 833

6.30pm – 11.00pm 7.00pm – 11.00pm 4.00pm – 11.00pm Club Closed 4.00pm – 11.30pm 1.00pm – 9.00pm 2.30pm – 9.00pm 2:30pm – 7:00pm Unless advised otherwise 6.00pm – 8.00pm 6.30pm – 9.00pm 5.30pm – 8.00pm

OFFICE HOURS & CONTACTS Office Mon & Fri 9.00am – 5.00pm Tue-Thu 9.00am – 3.00pm Office Manager Rosina de la Mare Phone/Fax 9401 8800 Email orssc@bigpond.com Website www.orssc.asn.au Mailing Address PO Box 59, Hillarys, WA 6923

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CELEBRATE

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Sadly this is my last report as your Commodore, now that I am coming to the end of my third year in this role. I have enjoyed Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club every minute of it and I am glad to have had the opportunity of . Jackpot $280 Patron: Cash Ian Younghusband being part of moving the club forward both in terms of membership and financially, as we will eventually face our biggest or cartons to the MANAGEMENT same value COMMITTEE challenge yet when the New Marina ultimately happens. (from regular stock at bar cost price) Private Function 2012-2013 I would like to thank my wife Jan for her support over the last as at Wednesday Room Hire Fees three years, she has always been a great help to me, shown great Commodore 0412 333103 24 April 2013 Graeme Cole interest in the club and how it can be made better for the benefit of all of us. Vice Commodore Steve Oliver 0415 569 272 I also consider myself very lucky to have had such an excellent and supportive management team around me at all times and they continue to do a great job in the running of the club. Remember they are all volunteers and give a lot to the club! Without doubt the high point for this last month was the Commodores Ball on July 7th, which was, I think, one of the best ever. The food was exceptional and drew a lot of compliments from our visiting guests as well as so many members—so really well done PAULA. The entertainer and band were also great. FRED COLLINS received the “Club Person Of The Year” award for his outstanding work as our club bosun and great contribution to the life of the club.

Panorama Dining Hall

Vice Commodore Hon. Secretary

Andy Cass Ron Lindsay

0413 739 815 0488 997 123

Hon. Treasurer

Gerry Taylor

0419 867 960

Immediate Past Commodore Michael Beasley Rear Commodores Sailing Geoff James Angling Gary Bell Power Boating Steve Carrier Diving Steve Sullivan Social

Weddings Member $650 0400 045 155 Non-Member $700 0428 950 041 0407 711 126 0439 944 665 0422 300 995

Other Events Member $350 Non-Member $400

Many thanks also to all who contributed to the success of the evening especially RACHAEL, DEBBIE, DEE, FRANK, PHYL and all the social committee. I am very grateful that my last ball as Commodore went so well—thank you all so much.

Please contact the above committee members for any information you may require.

All of the sea sports sections are flourishing, going really well and slowly growing in numbers—if you are a social member at the moment why not try one of the sea sport sections and give it a goit is great fun and a fantastic way of establishing new friendships. On the social side, at the time of making this report we are just about to have the Xmas in July party which I am sure will be a great evening. Faulty Towers in September is a virtual sell-out and it is going to be a special occasion—it is a fantastic show! Sadly Rachael is stepping down as Rear Commodore Social, due to ever increasing business commitments. Rachael has done a fantastic job and will be sorely missed-WELL DONE RACHAEL! I wish my successor every success in the future and I am sure the running of the club will be in very capable hands.

Trustees: Phil Gallagher, Gary Hollis, Robbie Young

Bosun/Caretakers Fred & Pat Collins

MICHAEL BEASLEY COMMODORE. Lucky Membership

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Weddings Member $Free Non-Member $350

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Bar Manager Samantha Fernandes

0404 819124

GALLEY HOURS Wednesday Friday Sunday

Draw

9401 0602 0400 150 833

Functions Co-ordinator Debbie Clark

BAR HOURS Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Public Holidays

Finally thank you all for your friendship and support over the last three years-it means a lot! Please keep on supporting and enjoying your club-we have a great future ahead of us ! Take care.

Sunset Lounge

Other Events Member $Free Non-Member $250

6.30pm – 11.00pm 7.00pm – 11.00pm 4.00pm – 11.00pm Club Closed 4.00pm – 11.30pm 1.00pm – 9.00pm 2.30pm – 9.00pm 2:30pm – 7:00pm Unless advised otherwise 6.00pm – 8.00pm 6.30pm – 9.00pm 5.30pm – 8.00pm

OFFICE HOURS & CONTACTS Office Mon & Fri 9.00am – 5.00pm Tue-Thu 9.00am – 3.00pm Office Manager Rosina de la Mare Phone/Fax 9401 8800 Email orssc@bigpond.com Website www.orssc.asn.au Mailing Address PO Box 59, Hillarys, WA Call 6923 Debbie

NO $500 NO $550 NO $600

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From the Commodore

May 2013

Hello to all members,

Sadly this is my last report as your Commodore, now that I am

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Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club every minute of it and I am glad to have had the opportunity of1 2 3 4 4 Patron: Ian Younghusband being part of moving the club forward both in terms of A la carte in the Meals & Desserts membership and financially, as we will eventually face our biggest MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE $12-$19 per person Galley challenge yet when the New Marina ultimately happens. 2012-2013 I would like to thank my wife Jan forSearch her support over the last for the 1:00–9:00PM three years, she has always been a great help to me, shown great Joker Commodore Graeme Cole 0412 333103 interest in the club and how it can be madeCash better for the benefit of all of us. or cartons to the Vice Commodore Steve Oliver 0415 569 272 same value Vice Commodore Andy Cass 0413 739 815 Wed 6.00pm–8.00pm Wedmyself 6.00pm–800pm I also consider very lucky to have had such an excellent Hon. Secretary Ron Lindsay 0488 997 123 Every Fri 6.30pm–9.00pm and supportive team around me at all times and Entertainment with Wednesday Sunmanagement 5.00pm–8.00pm Hon. Treasurer Gerry Taylor Brenton 0419 867 960 they continue to do a great job in the running of the club. Remember they are all volunteers and give a lot to the club! Fosdike Immediate Past Commodore Without doubt 5 6 the high point for this7 last month was the8 9 10 11 Michael Beasley 0400 045 155 Commodores Ball on July 7th, which was, I think, one of the best A la carte in the Meals & Desserts ever. The food was exceptional and drew a lot of compliments Rear Commodores $12-$19 per person Galley 2:30-9:00PM 6:30-11:00PM from our visiting guests as well as so many members—so really Sailing Geoff James 0428 950 041 well done PAULA. The entertainer and band were also great. Angling Gary Bell 0407 711 1261:00–9:00PM FRED COLLINS received the “Club Person Of The Year” award Power Boating Steve Carrier 0439 944 665 Diving Steve Sullivan 0422 300 995 for his outstanding work as our club bosun and great contribution Darts Social to the life of the club.

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members for Many thanks also to all who contributed to the success of theManagementPlease contact the above committee Entertainment with any information you may require. evening especially RACHAEL, DEBBIE, DEE, FRANK, Beatzwurkin From 7pmPHYL and Meeting all the social committee. I am very grateful that my last ball as 7:30pm Bosun/Caretakers RSL Meeting 7:30pm Commodore went so well—thank you all so much. Fred & Pat Collins 9401 0602 12

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Trustees: All of the sea sports sections are flourishing, going really well and A la carte in the Meals & Desserts Phil Gallagher, Gary Hollis, Robbie Young slowly growing in numbers—if you are a social member at the per person Galley moment why not try one of the sea sport sections and give it a $12-$19 goFunctions Co-ordinator 6:30-11:00PM 1:00–9:00PM it is great fun and a fantastic way of establishing new friendships. Debbie Clark 0437 880 040 On the social side, at the time of making this report we are just about to have the Xmas in July party which I am sure will be a Bar Manager great evening. Faulty Towers in September is a virtual sell-out Samantha Fernandes 0404 819124 Darts and it is going to be a special occasion—it is a fantastic show! Wed 6.00pm–8.00pm Sadly Rachael is stepping down as Rear Commodore Social, due BAR HOURS Sailing Meeting Night 6.30pm – 11.00pm to ever increasing business commitments. Rachael has done a 7:30pm Monday Tuesday 7.00pm – 11.00pm fantastic job and will be sorely missed-WELL RACHAEL! FromDONE 7pm Wednesday 4.00pm – 11.00pm I wish my successor every success in the future and I am sure Entertainment with Thursday Club Closed the running of the club will be in very capable hands. Alan–West Friday 4.00pm 11.30pm 20

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Finally thank you all for your friendship and support over the last Sunday Meals & Desserts three years-it means a lot! Please keep on supporting and Public Holidays $12-$19 per person enjoying your club-we have a great future ahead of us ! 2:30-9:00PM 6:30-11:00PM Take care.

BAR OPEN BAR OPEN MICHAEL BEASLEY COMMODORE.

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BAR OPEN 2:30-9:00PM

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Darts Night From 7pm 28

6:30-11:00PM

Darts Night From 7pm

GALLEY HOURS Wednesday Friday Sunday

24 – 9.00pm 25 1.00pm A la carte in the 2.30pm – 9.00pm 2:30pm – 7:00pm Galley Unless advised otherwise

BAR OPEN 1:00–9:00PM

6.00pm – 8.00pm 6.30pm – 9.00pm 5.30pm – 8.00pm

Wed 6.00pm–8.00pm

OFFICE HOURS & CONTACTS with Office Mon & Fri Entertainment 9.00am – 5.00pm John Talati Tue-Thu 9.00am – 3.00pm Office Manager Rosina de la Mare 29 30 31 Phone/Fax 9401 8800A la carte in the Email orssc@bigpond.com Meals & Desserts $12-$19 per person Website www.orssc.asn.au Galley Mailing Address PO Box 59, Hillarys, WA 6923

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Private Function Room Hire Fees Available on Request Call 9401 8800

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