PORT CITY BOWLING CLUB
FEBRUARY | MARCH | APRIL 2017
DON’T MISS A
Valentine’s at DRIFT | Kilimanjaro Challenge | Easter www.portcity.com.au
(02) 6583 1133
Club Daily 9am until late
Courtesy Bus (see website for Western and Eastern timetables)
Happy New Year to all of our Members and Guests! Welcome to the 2nd edition of the Port City Bowling Club’s “Pulse” magazine. What a buzz of excitement our renovated venue has created. For the first time ever our Club’s membership has exceeded 12,000 and is now pushing 13,000. Not only that, visitor numbers per month have also far exceeded our estimations. Drift Café-Restaurant-Bar has finally settled in and is proving popular with our diners. Eastern Tiger Restaurant has also been drawing praise from our members and guests appreciating the updated menu and value for money the restaurant presents. The club has received great feedback from members who appreciate the family friendly atmosphere and the great family amenities. It was great to see over 110 smiling children’s faces turn up for our family Christmas party in December. While noisy the children and parents certainly had a great time! The club also has been active on the community front sponsoring the local “Sandmudder” event which raised funds for Marine Rescue and the Tacking Point Lions Club. The club continued its support for “Movember” by raising over $3,000 for Men’s Health initiatives. Staff member Callum Murray was a star having his long locks shaved, with the assistance of his mother raising over $1,000 himself. The upcoming months the club will continue to provide new events and promotions. Our Drift chefs have designed a “Valentine’s Day” 3 course menu which will includes a glass of bubbles. Staff member Claudia Buckby has her “Kilimanjaro Challenge fundraiser on February 18 raising funds for the Leukaemia Foundation. Stay tuned for some great Easter promotions as well as usual bar and club weekly activities. Hope to see you at the club.
Drift Bar, Café, Restaurant Open Daily from 9am Lunch From 11:30am Dinner From 5:30pm Eastern Tiger Restaurant Lunch 11:30–2pm Dinner 5:30–9pm (Sitting Times: 5:30pm & 7:30pm)
CEO Russell Stockham
Gaming Manager Amanda Ehlers
Operations Manager Glen Stewart
Functions Manager Rose Willis
Finance Manager Claudia Buckby
Club Supervisors Mark Doherty Tracey Stevens Chris McCloskey
Marketing & Club Grants Manager Katy-Lee Waldron
Axis IQ (02) 6652 6652 email@example.com
Location & Social
4 Owen Street, Port Macquarie 2444 P (02) 6583 1133 F (02) 6583 1461 E firstname.lastname@example.org
Contents 4-5 VALENTINE’S DAY
3 course menu with bubbly
10-11 EASTER AT YOUR CLUB Raffles and kid’s activities
16 EASTIES OUT AND ABOUT Our team meets the suppliers
7 FOOTY TIPPING
Tip for a chance to win big
8-9 CLAUDIA’S KILIMANJARO Challenge for Leukaemia
13 COREY’S CREATION
A recipe the family will love!
14-15 COMMUNITY NEWS The Vikings
22 WIN A DRIFT VOUCHER
when you update you details
23 SPLASH KIDS CLUB Membership form
Love Bites YOUR CHOICE OF:
King prawns, salmon ceviche, salsa verde oyster with spiced smashed avocado, rocket and parmesan salad and flat bread crisp Beef roulade wrapped in prosciutto, stuffed with fetta, kalamata olives, roast capsicum and basil, served with a cumin beetroot puree Buttered leek and cherry tomato tart with micro citrus salad
Lovely Mains YOUR CHOICE OF:
Eye fillet of beef rolled in horseradish and cracked pepper, potato pave, maple bay carrots, charred asparagus in pancetta with a soubise sauce, garnished with sweet potato crisps Chicken Maryland stuffed with cape island brie cheese, charred capsicum and prosciutto with a honey seeded mustard sweet potato mash and tarragon brandy cream
Sweet Love to Share
Lemon and white chocolate mousse with a lemon curd and candied orange, hazelnut meringue, Frangelico custard and hazelnut caramel sauce & trio of sorbets, garnished with white and dark chocolate dipped strawberries and fresh mint leaves
$68 per head includes a glass of bubbles on arrival (pre-payment required)
â€ŻTo Book or enquire please contact our team at Drift on 6583 1133 *Vegetarian option available please enquire with our Drift team
u o Y n Ey e o SATURDAY 11 FEBRUARY 2017 If a nuclear blast leveled Australia tomorrow, it’s likely that along with cockroaches, pub rock may be the only living thing to survive! Such is the appeal across generations X, Y and beyond that pub rock continues to deliver when others genres have wilted and died. And wearing the pub rock survivor tag proudly are the experienced musicians who make up Eye on You. Boasting an extensive and varied rock pedigree, the boys came together in 2006 and have been touring up and down the east coast ever since. Their high energy, riff driven rock echoes influences from bands such as Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, AC/DC and the foo fighters, however, they refuse to sit still. Since recording their popular debut album “Scream” at East Street Studios in 2008, and the follow-up EP “Quick Look” released in 2012 they have continued to evolve. 6
Bringing in new blood, the band now has diversified with the current line-up consisting of three founding members Glenn Baker (drums), Daryl Granger (lead vocals), Trevor hate (bass/vocals) and new enthusiasm and expertise with Nathan Blackman (Lead/ rhythm guitar) and Jez Ashman (lead/ rhythm guitar/ vocals). The third CD of original music released in October 2014 “Cards on the table” being the best so far has seen sales sky rocket! So next time you notice the plates vibrating off the shelf, it’s not an earthquake. It means Eye on You have landed here in Port Macquarie delivering the goods like only they can!
Don’t miss Eye on You for a massive night of rock, here live at your local on Saturday 11th February. See you there!
PORT CITY 2017
N R L FO OTY COMPETITI ON
STARTS THURSDAY 2nd MARCH
$25 entry, all tipsters go in the draw to win 2 tickets to the NRL Grand Final. Bonus $20 of points if you pick a full round and go in the draw to win one of two VB Eskys. Registration must be paid in full by Wednesday 1st March at the Change box. Competition rules available at the changebox. See staff for more details.
Claudia’s Kilimanjaro Challenge for Leukaemia
Our finance manager Claudia Buckby has set her biggest challenge so far; Climbing Mt Kilimanjaro in South Africa and all for a great cause! We caught up with Claud for a quick chat.. HI CLAUDIA, TELL US A BIT ABOUT YOUR MT KILIMANJARO CLIMB IN MAY/ JUNE, WHAT HAS MOTIVATED YOU TO COMPLETE THIS CLIMB? I always wanted to do a trek (probably Everest) the year I turned 40. It was a personal goal to prove to myself that I can complete anything I put my mind to. However after The Easties Crew attended the top fundraisers event in Sydney for The World’s Greatest Shave, I was so moved by what the Leukaemia Foundation does and decided to complete their challenge as a way to continue supporting people who need my help and to keep raising awareness of blood cancers and the help/funds still needed. HOW HAS YOUR TRAINING PROGRAM BEEN GOING AND WHAT TYPE OF EXERCISE HAVE YOU BEEN DOING TO PREPARE YOURSELF? My first walk in months was only a couple of kilometres and was the Sunday before I had officially signed up to the Inspired Adventures Kilimanjaro challenge. I got home exhausted and said to hubby ‘I have some work to do!’ Since day 1 I have gradually got a little fitter and can walk longer than two minutes without feeling like passing out! I am doing lots of walking and cardio at the gym. On the weekends I am doing the Coast Walk, gradually walking further distances each time. Once my fitness levels are (substantially) better I will start walking carrying weight and hiking poles. As it gets closer to departure I’ll increase strength training and
intensity. Over Christmas I travelled back to my home town and walked the Kosciuszko Loop on Boxing Day which was great practice for the altitude. I hope to do this a couple of times before my climb. WHAT DO YOU THINK WILL BE THE BIGGEST HURDLE WHEN CLIMBING MT KILIMANJARO? The altitude will be the physical hurdle and as we don’t have mountains higher than 2,300 meters above sea level here it will be hard to know how my body will react. My other big challenge however will be mentally pushing through the daily/hourly hurdles we will face whilst on the mountain. Knowing we are climbing the tallest peak in Africa for such an amazing Foundation and cause will help get me through it, though. WHAT FUNDRAISING EVENTS HAVE YOU GOT ORGANISED? On Saturday February 18th from 3pm Paint The Town will be joining forces with the Club and myself to provide you all with an evening of eating, sipping and painting all whilst raising funds for a great cause. Guests will receive a glass of champagne on arrival, paint canvas, supplies and artist direction to complete a beautiful creation. Tickets are available from the Paint The Town website or here at the Club Thanks Claudia!
If you would like to sponsor Claudia’s climb go to www.my.leukaemiafoundation.org.au/Claudiabuckby 8
Claudia’s Kilimanjaro Challenge for Leukaemia
‘Paint the Town’ will be joining forces with Claudia to provide you with an evening of eating, sipping and painting all whilst raising funds for her Kilimanjaro climb in June 2017
Glass of Champagne on arrival Canapes & Drink Vouchers Paint Canvas for you to keep, supplies and artistic direction Lucky Door Prize Live Music Thank You Goodie Bag & Lots of fun!
Where: Port City Bowling Club, Port Macquarie When: Saturday 18th February 2017 Time: 3pm-7pm Cost: $60/person Bookings: www.paintthetownport.com or from Port City Bowling Club 02 6583 1133 Contact: Claudia Buckby email@example.com Design & Print donated by
Paint the Town
AT PORT CITY
Travelling Bowlers Raffle
$1,000 of seafood to be won Tickets on sale from 5pm Drawn at 7pm
Kids Movie Night
Free event In the entertainment lounge 6-8pm
Easter Egg Raffle
$2,000 of Easter eggs to be won
Tickets on sale from 3:30pm Drawn at 5:30pm
Face Painting & Easter Arts and Crafts for the kids
Seafood Specials at Drift Lunch from 11:30am and dinner from 5:30pm SUNDAY 16TH
Super Sunday Meat Raffle Tickets on sale from 3:30pm Drawn at 5:30pm THURSDAY 20TH
The Sillys Free event In the entertainment lounge 4-6pm
Coryâ€™s Crispy Pork Belly with Scallops and Apple Salad Prep time: 45 minutes | Cook Time 2 Hours | Serves 6
From the Pantry 12 Scallops
Method 1. Preheat oven to 220 degrees. 2. In a roasting dish arrange onions, fennel, celery,
bay leaves and sage. For the Braised Pork Belly 3. Rub pork rind with salt and place pork belly on 2 Onions chopped top of vegetables with the rind on top. Add milk 1 Baby fennel chopped and stock until it comes 3/4 of the way up on 2 Celery Sticks the pork (no liquid should touch the rind). 3 Bay Leaves 4. Roast on 220 degree for 30 minutes then reduce temperature to 180 degrees and cook 1 Bunch Sage for a further 1 and half hours until meat is tender 1 kg Pork belly scored and skin is crisp. Approximately 500ml Chicken Stock
For the Apple Sauce 4 Green Apples chopped Juice and Zest of a small lemon 1tbs caster sugar Apple Salad 1 Green Apple cut into Julienne 1 baby fennel cut into julienne 1 bunch of chervil leaves picked Juice of half a lemon 2tspn extra virgin olive oil
5. To make apple sauce , place apples, zest, juice and sugar in a medium saucepan over a medium heat. Cook covered stirring often over 10 minutes or until soft. Transfer to a cool bowl to cool. 6. To make apple salad toss all ingredients in a bowl and season. 7. Generously heat an oiled pan over a medium heat, season scallops all over and cook for about a minute until golden and caramelised. Turn scallops and cook for a further 30 seconds 8. Slice pork into 6 even portions and serve with salad, apples sauce and scallops.
Match with a bottle of Cassegrainâ€™s Noir Pinot Gris. 13
Meet two of our Vikings! Port City Bowling Club play a vital role in the Port Macquarie Community. The Hastings Valley Vikings Ruby Union Club are just one of the many groups we sponsor under our Category 2 Club Grants Scheme. We caught up with brothers Adam and Hamish, who some would say are a couple of Port Macquarie’s best union players. HOW DID YOU FIRST GET INVOLVED IN RUGBY? ADAM: I first became involved through our Dad, watching games and being ball boy at games. I started playing when I was 14 for Port Juniors. HAMISH: Playing junior rugby union in Port Macquarie and in primary school for Hastings Primary. WHAT DO YOU LOVE MOST ABOUT THE GAME? ADAM: I love that there is a position for everyone in rugby. It doesn’t matter if you’re the biggest or smallest person, there is a spot for you to play. I also love the camaraderie that comes with the game, the after-match functions, the fact that everyone belts each other and then we come off the field for drinks afterwards and everyone talks about how good it was. HAMISH: I love the social side of things, the fact everyone is involved at our Club is a massive thing. Seeing our grandparents down to newborns all enjoying a Saturday afternoon on Oxley Oval. HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN WITH THE CLUB?
FIONA OUT THERE CHEERING YOU ON!) AND FANS AS WELL AS SUPPORTING FUNDRAISING FOR LOCALS LIKE YOUNG XAVIER DUNN (A FIVE-YEAR-OLD DIAGNOSED WITH BRAIN STEM TUMOUR IN 2015). WOULD YOU BE ABLE TO TELL US A BIT ABOUT WHAT IT MEANS TO YOU TO BE A VIKING? ADAM: I’m extremely proud to be a Viking and stand for the values the Club is built on. The Club was originally created as a family Club, so that the entity of the Club was not all about what happens on the field but also the things off such as fundraisers, family days and supporting community events. HAMISH: The Club has been built on the basis of being a family-friendly Club, involving both women and children. There isn’t a weekend that we are playing where our grandparents won’t make the trip down from Valla or if it’s an away game poppy is always there waiting for the handshake when we get off the field. Saturday afternoon at Oxley Oval consists of kids playing and enjoying the day while the mothers and wives are socialising.
ADAM & HAMISH: We have been involved in the Club since it originated in 1996, starting off as ball boys. As soon as we were eligible to start playing we were on the field!
ADAM, YOU ARE WIDELY REGARDED AS ONE OF THE MOST TALENTED PLAYERS THE VIKINGS HAVE SEEN, WITH THREE CONSECUTIVE YEAR SELECTIONS TO PLAY FOR THE NSW COUNTRY SIDE. WHAT ARE YOUR FOOTY PLANS FOR THE FUTURE?
THE CLUB APPEARS TO HAVE A VERY INCLUSIVE CULTURE WITH ITS PLAYERS, FAMILIES (WE HAVE SEEN YOUR MOTHER
ADAM: Playing for NSW Country the past four years has been awesome. I have loved every minute of it and learned lots of things that I
have tried to bring back to our Club. I have no real plans going forward but I look forward to playing for the Mid North Coast this year as the Country Championships will be played here in Port Macquarie. However that will be my last year of representative footy, after that I will keep playing for the Vikings as long as my body allows and Iâ€™m enjoying it. WITHOUT GIVING AWAY ANY INSIDE SECRETS, WHAT ARE YOUR PLANS FOR THIS SEASON?
Adam in action on the field
ADAM: Plans are to hopefully keep the ball rolling and go for four in a row. Bring new people to our Club so they and their families can enjoy what I have for so many years. HAMISH: If we are able to keep the core group of players we have had over the past few years we should be competitive again. The blokes across both senior grades have been pretty tight-knit the past few seasons which has brought success on the field. Our juniors who were only reignited three years ago have come in in leaps and bounds. Three of the juniors played senior footy this year, two of them earning a spot in the grand final winning the maiden premiership.
Adam scoring a try
THANKS ADAM AND HAMISH If you would like to join the Viking family registration day will be on Saturday 25 February 12pm at Port Cityâ€™s BBQ Area.
Brothers on the field
Hamish in action on the field
Hamish receiving a trophy 15
Mark, Club supervisor, and a bus full of our wonderful Port City staff have been out and about visiting our suppliers and recently caught up with the team at Cassegrain Winery for a wine appreciation afternoon. This gave our team not only a better understanding of wines but the knowledge to recommend Cassegrain wines to our patrons. We had a quick chat with Mark to hear about their day at Cassegrain Winery. The Cassegrain family began winemaking in France in 1643. After settling in Australia, they forged the revival of winemaking in the Hastings River region with the planting of the first vineyard near Port Macquarie in 1980. John and Eva Cassegrain first opened Cassegrain Wines on 16 December 1985, with the winery enjoying much success over the last three decades including many awards and accolades. Their two sons, Alex and Philippe, grew up in the vineyard and having worked in the winery throughout the years, learnt the time-honoured winemaking practices that have been passed through the generations. Craig Stephenson, sales manager at Cassegrain’s, was our guide for the day and started the tour explaining the step by step operation of a working winery. The staff were taken to a private room for tasting starting with their sparkling selection. 16
The reserve Chardonnay Pinot Noir still being made using the traditional “méthode champenoise” one of the few wineries in Australia using this time consuming method. The detailed tour continued on through the white wines including Edition Noir Semillon, Edition Noir Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc, Stone Circle Chardonnay, Verdelho and Edition Noir Gewürztraminer. It was interesting to watch the different reactions from the group as we varied from older staff such as myself who enjoys a glass or two through to younger staff having little to limited wine knowledge. We then moved into the Seasons CaféRestaurant for lunch, my choice of a chicken burger and a palette-cleansing lager was just what I needed before taking on the reds! Back in the tasting room and now for my favourite’s Stone Circle Merlot, Edition Noir Pinot Noir, White Label Shiraz, Stone Circle Shiraz Viognier and the White Label Cabernet Sauvignon. A big thank you to Cassegrain’s Craig Stephenson for his knowledge and a presentation which made the experience not only worthwhile but very enjoyable as well. So why not pop down to the Club and try a glass of Cassegrain Wines today or visit them at the cellar door, 764 Fernbank Creek Rd, Port Macquarie NSW 2444.
Meet the Port City Team! Danni Q You’ve been at the Club for a number of years, what is your most memorable moment since starting? A Yes I have been at the club coming up to 10 years now, so it’s really hard to pick out one memorable moment when there has been so many. But the main thing would be the people and friends I have met along the way, and also seeing the journey of how the club has come to be what it is today. Q You do some great work helping the community at Community Transport, how did you get involved with this organisation? A My mum works at Community Transport and one day many years ago they were stuck for volunteer drivers. I offered to help out for the day, I enjoyed doing it so much that I just continued to do so, the people you get to meet and the stories that the clients have to tell you are amazing. Q You like to do a bit of travelling. Where is your favourite holiday spot? A Oh yeah, I love to travel and I have been lucky enough to have been to some really amazing places, and it’s hard to pick a favourite one, however Hawaii and Bora Bora are at the top of my list. Q If you could be any animal in the world, what animal would you be and why? A It would be a dolphin, they are intelligent and get to live in the ocean.
Adam Q How long have you been at the Port City Bowling Club and what’s your role? A I have been at the Club now for a year working in the kitchen, I am a full-time chef. Q What’s your favourite thing about our Club’s new look? A I love the atmosphere that we have in the Club now, it is very appealing and the look isn’t like any other Club I have been to. Also as a dad of three I’m so happy that we now have a couple of kids’ play areas. Q What’s your go-to cooking style and what’s your all-time favourite recipe? A I love cooking Asian influenced dishes, especially Thai. My favourite recipe is an Asian master stock, I use it to cook pork or duck. It adds a punch of amazing flavours to the dishes I make! Q How do you spend your free time? A My free time is mostly spent with my kids, we like to spend a lot of time doing anything to do with water whether it be fishing, watersports or just making sandcastles at the beach. Gives me a break from picking up the two large bags of Lego they own...
celebrates the end of a year whilst supporting Christmas Appeal.
Port City Women’s Bowling Club finished 2016 with a bang at their annual Christmas party on December 13th 2016. Over 70 ladies challenged the green in their Christmas attire bowling along to the sounds of Christmas Carols, setting the day with fun & laughter. The tables were decorated beautifully by the committee and with Santa’s wonderful helpers. One hundred ladies and distinguished guests enjoyed a turkey and ham luncheon along with a beautiful Christmas cake made by Beth Schubert. $800 was raised on the day supporting the Salvation Army with their Christmas appeal along with toys and food galore that were also donated to the appeal. At great expense to the Ladies Club, international artists such as ABBA, Dolly Pardon and many others headlined a wonderful afternoon of 1st class entertainment. Very much appreciated with encores, cheers and giggles. Then came the BOSCARS, yes BOSCARS a prestigious award judged year round by a committee of ladies to search for our loudest, competitive, fashionista and cheeky rule breaking bowlers. Each trophy hand crafted by the very talented Neville Schwartz.
And the winners were: Dramatic Delivery – Beth Schubert The Voice – Debbie Amor Fast Forward – Robyn Biddle Concentration – Robyn Hehir Newshound – Joy Barry Post Mortem – Eveline Ramsay Poker-Face – Jenny Wallis
Stickler for Rules – Fay Martin Fashion Award – Barbara Standen Miss Congeniality – Di Warrener
Everyone is now looking forward to the 2017 awards, talk will go on all year with predictions, keep your eye on the newsletter in 2017. President Debbie thanked everyone for the help, support during the year, wishing everyone a healthy and happy New Year. 18
eftpos card! Make the most of your membership points and pick up one Port City Bowls Club’s very own POINTSPlus eftpos cards, created to give members the freedom to spend their rewards points at any merchant in Australia that accepts eftpos!* You can also transfer promotional wins onto your card as well as load your own funds onto the card for your convenience – it’s like your own bank using your Club points to make real purchases! There are no credit checks and the card is not linked to your personal account. It is a totally prepaid solution AND as a cardholder you are also eligible to POINTSPlus program special promotions and rewards!
Visit our website for more information or speak to our friendly staff in the Club. *Subject to merchant discretion. Please check with merchant at time of purchase.
Are you a member of Port City Bowling Club
If the answer is ‘not yet’, sign up today and receive all the benefits of membership! • A complimentary drink on your birthday • Members discounts at the Cafe, Bar and Eastern Tiger restaurant • Members promotions through the front entrance terminal as well as major promotions
GET ALL OF THIS FOR ONLY $11 per year or $25 for three years! Download the membership form from our website or visit the Club to sign up today! 19
MEMBERS EXCLUSIVE PROMOTION
Keep in touch to gain the most out of your membership Update your details via our website www.portcity.com.au or with our friendly reception team for your chance to win
1 of 9 $100 Drift dining vouchers
Terms and Conditions: Vouchers are non-transferable or extendable beyond the validity date. Vouchers valid 12 months from the date of the draw. Drift dining vouchers cannot be used without a valid authorisation signature and cannot be exchanged for cash. No change will be given for the portion of the voucher not used. Three vouchers will be drawn each month during February, March & April 2017. Registered under NSW Permit Number LTPM/16/01134.
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Port Macquarie City Bowling Club 4 Owen Street Port Macquarie NSW 2444
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Splash Kids Club Membership Application
Return this completed form to Reception for your child to become a member of
Open to kids 3-12yrs
$5 one off membership fee ($1 replacement card fee applies)
SPLASH KIDS CLUB CARD NO. ____________________________________________________________________
CHILD’S FIRST NAME: ____________________________________________________________________
CHILD’S DOB: / ADDRESS:
Members receive: • Members Welcome Pack • Personalised Membership card • Discount on Kids Meals at Drift* • Free activity pack upon sign up • Entry into competitions to win fun prizes • Annual birthday gift • Invitation to special events
FULL NAME OF PARENT/GUARDIAN:
All this for a one off sign up fee of $5! Return completed membership application form to Reception
PARENT/GUARDIAN MEMBER NUMBER: ____________________________________________________________________
*Must present card to receive discount. One meal discount per member.
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~WEEKLY ACTIVITIES~ Monday Bingo 10am
Tuesday Bingo 7pm
Wednesday Fishing Club Meat Raffles 5pm
Thursday Gentle Exercises 9:30am-10:30am
Members Draws 6pm & 7pm Trivia 7:30pm Travelling Bowlers Raffle 5pm
Friday Bingo 10am Friday Rippa Raffle 5pm Members Draws 7pm & 8pm Live Entertainment 8pm-12am
Saturday Live Entertainment 8pm-12am
Sunday The Super Spinner from 2:30pm Sunday Meat Raffles and Jackpot Joker Tickets on sale from 3:30pm
Free kids face painting every Friday night 6-8pm
Published on Jan 31, 2017
Welcome to Port City Bowling Club's second edition of your regular fix of what's happening at your locally owned Club including the latest i...