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WIN WIN WIN! A Toyota 86 GTS Tickets to State of Origin Game 2 Tickets to Robbie Williams KEEP WARM WITH OUR WINTER DINING OPTIONS

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THE VERY BEST OF DUSTY SPRINGFIELD Coming in November Entertainment • Restaurants • Bars

Function Centre • Live Sport • Fitness Centre


What’s Inside

Features

8 Revesby Ultimate Phone App 9 Start Your Engines! Win an 86 GTS! 10 Our Promotions 11 Bring the kids to our Free Movie Days 12 Box Office - Entertainment Line Up 20 Beat the Queues with our new online Box Office 22 Win a holiday to the Gold Coast! 23 Infinity Turns 1! 25 Win 2 tickets to State of Origin - Game 2! 29 State of Origin Legends Dinner 26 Win Robbie Williams Tickets! 27 Eat and Drink - Bel Cibo Italian Cooking Class 31 Health Mates - How to Avoid Winter Weight Gain 40 Workers’ Car Wash Seniors Specials

Revesby Workers’ Club The Journal May • Jun • Jul 2014 Editor Danielle McKenna Designer Sarah Smith Contributors Janelle Harris Kimberly Gonidellis Andrea Coorey Madison Sherman Lauren Simpson Printed by NineDesign, Stanmore ©2014. Comments Editor of The Journal Revesby Workers’ Club Locked Bag 300, Milperra NSW 2214 mail@rwc.org.au Membership Address changes Janelle Harris Email: janelleh@rwc.org.au Tel: 02 8707 6916 Information correct at time of publication (April 2014) To stay up to date on what’s happening at Revesby Workers’ Club, visit our website: rwc.org.au and sign up for our eNews.

Regulars

2 The Vice President’s Report 3 From the CEO’s Desk 5 Our Members 6 Community Service 30 Health Mates News 34 The Tree House News 35 Behind the Scenes - Our Staff 36 Mooney Mooney Club News 38 Revesby Bowlo and Panania Sports and Rec Centre 42 Sports Reports 49 Club Information


The Vice President’s Report

The

VICE PRESIDENT’s Report JOHN RODWELL Vice President

Sporting sub - clubs The club supports 27 amateur sporting bodies amongst its 40 sub-clubs. Readers can find reports from sporting clubs towards the back of this journal issue, along with the contact details. Sporting results can also be found at the Club’s website and at some excellent websites of the subclubs. A major recent success was cricket club’s winning the state under 14’s T20 title in a final held at the SCG. Lawn bowls continues to flourish at the Club’s sites at Revesby and Panania, especially with the installation of tifdwarf greens, and at Mooney Mooney. All our sporting and interest sub-clubs are open to Club members and I encourage enquires to the contacts listed in this journal. Come along and just have a go. For example, there is a social game of Darts at the Sport and Recreation Centre at Panania on the 1st Friday of the month. Names just have to be in by 6pm.

Community contribution

Anzac Day service

Registered clubs, like Revesby Workers’, are essentially community organisations, set up to assist the community by providing facilities and services. Today many other organisations, including commercial ones, attempt to show that, apart from their business activities, they also have the community at heart and contribute to it. In this environment, not-for-profit clubs’ wellestablished community roles need to be emphasised and communicated. A number of initiatives are being pursued to promote the contribution made by your club to the local community and to ensure that the best outcomes are being achieved. For example, a new Community section on the Club website will display the impact of its assistance to health, education, welfare etc.

On Anzac Day this year, a formal service is being held at the recently constructed cenotaph between the multilevel car park and the Club building.

Recognition Over the years our Club has won many awards for its services and facilities. ClubsNSW awards system now emphasises the role of clubs in the community. This year the Club has submitted two entries. The first is for the Health Mates Fitness Centre in the award category of Health; the second is for the Mooney Mooney Club in the category of the Environment. We are also again entering teams from our catering at Revesby and Mooney Mooney in the Chef’s Table competition, in which the Club has been previously successful.

The service is organised by Revesby Heights RSL sub-branch in conjunction with the Club and starts with a march from Bankstown City YMCA, on the River Road Revesby, at 10.30am. Sub-clubs were invited to join the march and the attendance of Club members is welcomed. There will also be the traditional Anzac Day commemorative service at the Revesby Workers’ Sports and Recreation Centre at Panania at 1 pm.

Construction work At the time of writing the ground floor slab of the eastern commercial precinct, to be known as Revesby Village Centre, has been poured and work on the upper two levels should be completed by early June. We are still hopeful that the fit out of the building will be completed in time for the Coles supermarket and specialty stores on the ground level to be opened before Christmas. Installation of the covering over the walkway between the multi-storey car park and the Club is due for completion by late April.

The Board of Directors

Daryl Melham President

John Rodwell Vice President

Terry Semlitzky Director

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Dennis Hayward Director

Ian Stromborg Director

Christine Benham Director

Christine Butters Director

Edward Camilleri CEO


from the

CEO’s Desk

From the CEO’s Desk

Edward Camilleri CEO Hello Members,

Work on the eastern precinct has certainly moved forward in leaps and bounds since I last provided you with an update on progress. As you will see from the below photographs all the preparation work is well and truly complete and the structure is now onto its third level. Levels that are structurally complete include Basement Level 2 and Basement Level 1 which will provide underground parking for 270 vehicles. Following on from this, the Ground Floor of the retail centre where the Coles flagship store will be housed along with other specialty retailers. Level 1 where Ekera Medical will be located is currently under construction. Below are some photos that depict these milestones in the Eastern Precinct development.

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Images: 1. The first slab poured on 29 November 2013 for Basement Level 2. 2. Ground floor slab poured on 28 February 2014, where Coles and speciality retailers will be situated. 3. Level 1 first slab was poured on 1 April 2014, where Ekera Medical will be situated

As we work hard to build the Club’s future, it’s important to reflect on the Club’s strong history. You will all be familiar with the Club’s 50th Anniversary History Book ‘True to our Traditions’ and in fact many of you may even own a copy. If you are one of these members we thank you as your financial contribution through the purchase of this book has been fully passed on to the Asbestos Diseases Foundation of Australia (ADFA) at the request of our Board of Directors. ADFA is a not-for profit organisation working to provide support to people living with asbestos related diseases, family members, carers and friends. ADFA is a community based group founded by Trade Unions, victims, families of victims, and concerned citizens to meet the needs of people affected by asbestos related disease. To date we are pleased to confirm that contributions to the ADFA now total $12,000. As always, thank you for your patience and ongoing patronage as we continue to build a better club for all.

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Points Purged

USE THEM OR LOSE THEM! Points Purged 30 June 2014 Don’t forget that your points will be purged on 30 June 2014, so make sure you used your points now. You can redeem your points in many ways; • RWC, Woolworths and Coles Gift Cards • Pay by Points in all food and drink outlets • Pay by Points for Show Tickets and at the Carwash

REDEEM YOUR POINTS AND YOU COULD WIN AN IPAD! During May and June you can also redeem your points for entry tickets to WIN 1 of 16 iPad Mini’s. The barrel will open from midday every Sunday and two (2) winners will be drawn at 4pm. One (1) Entry Ticket = One Hundred (100) Points Terms and Conditions apply. Entry tickets are available through the club’s member kiosk only. One (1) entry ticket is ten (10) points. The entry barrel will open at midday every Sunday and close at 3.45pm. The draws will be conducted at 4pm. The winners must be present to claim their prize and will have four (4) minutes to do so. The draw dates are as follows; Sunday 4, 11, 18 and 25 May and Sunday 1, 8, 15 and 22 June 2014. Entry tickets from each draw do not carry over, the barrel will be emptied following each Sunday draw. Two (2) iPad Mini’s will be drawn on each draw date, a total of sixteen (16) to be won. Each iPad Mini is valued at $347 and is not redeemable for cash.

Is gambling a problem for you? Call gambling help 24/7 1800 858 858 or visit www.gamblinghangover.nsw.gov.au player activity statements available upon request. For complete terms & conditions, please see reception or website. 4  THE JOURNAL  MAY / JUN / JUL


Our Members

OurMembers We have lots of Winners!

PATRONS

Congratulations go to… Nasr Assafi, Magaret Newton and Senka Poletanovic who all won an iPad Mini as part of our ‘Update Your Details’ promotion.

A Patron is a person who has given many years of support to the Club.

Thu Thi Trinh and Alex Ganji who both walked away with some extra spending money in our Thursday evening Members Badge Draw.

Alan Ashton Life Member

David Sharp, the winner of our second Alfa Romeo Giulietta. In addition, Sophia Stein, Peter Ferizis, Anita Rolzhauser, Kaliopi Kalogeropoulos and Eric Drysdale were all lucky winners of some extra cash as runners up on the night.

Pat Rogan Life Member

LIFE MEMBERS

During January and February we ran our Super Summer Giveaway promotion on Facebook. This was a huge success with our followers. We gave away 35 prizes valued at over $2,500. The prizes ranged from double passes to shows, massage vouchers, dining vouchers, gym membership and much more.

Life Membership is given to a Member who has rendered outstanding service to the Club over a number of years.

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MJ Donovan* EL Smith* GA Johnstone* HJ McDougall* WN Hills* RJ Kelly* M Macfarlane* J Webster* NE Bullard OAM* V Pavlick* BJ Higgs* PM Johnstone* D Melham RJ Polley JE Gibbons* KD Heaslip* NJ Smith OAM* H Bush* TC Semlitzky DF Hayward P Pride P Rogan A Moroney A Ashton

Images: 1. Margaret Newton who won a new iPad. 2. Debra Swain won tickets to see Jay Chou live. 3. Alex Ganji won $20,000 in our Members Badge Draw. 4. David Sharp won a brand new Alfa Romeo Giulietta.

Vale Report

16 JANuary 2014 - 31 March 2014 Kenneth BAILEY Mavis BOWMAN John BROUGH Michael BUTLER Betty CHOCK CHING John FITZPATRICK Ronald GAGE Winifred GUAN Vera HILL

Kenneth HOLMES Anita LANGLEY Muriel LEWIS Narelle LOTZE Russell LYONS David MATHIS Sidney MC AULEY Betty MERCER Vincent OLIVIERI

Anthony RILEY Jack ROBERTS Nicolas ROBSON Teresa RYAN Brendan TAAFE Peter TETLEY James WATHERSTON Reginald WELLS Adel YOUSEF

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Community Service

community SERVICE

Dennis Hayward DIRECTOR For ClubGRANTS and Revesby Workers’ Bill Bullard Charity

Upcoming events Berry Markets and Coach Tour Sunday 4 May $40 per person Bankstown City Netball ‘Bucket Day’ Saturday 14 June Deveral Park Christmas in July @ Fountaindale Grand Manor Robertson Sunday 20 July Tour and Lunch $80 per person Ladies Fashion Parade - Summer Display Friday 8 August Revesby Worker’s Club $10 per person Annual Trivia Evening Saturday 30 August Panania Sport and Rec Centre. $10 per person Please assist the Charity Committee to purchase additional equipment for Bankstown Hospital Cardiac Care Unit. For further information or bookings contact Margaret 9772 1398 Pat 9772 3297

Thanks to all those wonderful people who donate time and money to the operation of our Charity. This year commenced with a ladies fashion parade which has seen increases in numbers since its inception culminating in the biggest attendance yet in March. The ladies were treated to a light supper and could add to their wardrobe from a spectacular range of merchandise on display. The Southern Highlands wine tour seating filled very quickly and the day was exceptional with a great lunch, wine tastings at three of the best venues in the Highlands and a grand winery tour, which provided a great insight into wine making and storage. ClubGRANTS have now closed for the 2014 round of applications and we are assessing the projects that Revesby Workers’ Club will be funding. Our Club, on behalf of the Bankstown committee, is hosting the cheque presentation in July in the Whitlam room, and we expect some four hundred people, recipients and dignitaries to be present. A small portion of Revesby Workers’ ClubGRANT monies assist the community which is connected to our Mooney Mooney Club. In house, the committee looks at submissions from Marine Rescue and the Rural Fire Service both of whom are volunteer bodies and also the Brooklyn Public School to assess the need of those organisations. The area around Mooney Mooney is at the very end of the Gosford Shire and in a position where subsidies for volunteer groups and the lone school in the locality, where a majority of our younger member’s children attend, are very scarce.

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Don’t forget the upcoming charity events such as the Christmas in July on Sunday 20 July. The venue is the Fountaindale Grand Manor at Robertson with a three course meal and return coach tour from the Club included at a cost of $80.00 per person. Again on 8 August the charity committee will present another ladies fashion parade at Revesby Workers’ Club with cool summer fashions on display for purchase. The annual trivia evening is on again on 30 August 2014 at Revesby Worker’s Sport and Recreation Centre at Panania. The Semlitzky family stage a fun filled evening with a great range of questions that will have you and your friends guessing throughout the night. Great prizes are up for grabs including one week’s accommodation at our units at either Final Bay, Sussex Inlet or Urunga. Members can also book holiday times at the three top quality resorts Final Bay, Sussex Inlet or Urunga by asking at Revesby Workers’ Club reception desk. Bookings can also be arranged by email at the Federation of Community Sporting and Workers’ Clubs direct on fcswc.urunga@tpg.com.au. Friday 12 September is the charity presentation evening where Bankstown Hospital will be the recipients of the 2013-2014 year fundraising. Our friends, sub club representatives and invited guests will be on hand to witness the presentation of equipment to hospital executives to improve the valued service Bankstown Hospital provides to our community. All the best and please support your Club charity.


Revesby Workers’ Bill Bullard Charity Committee

Support

The Bankstown Hospital Cardiac Care Unit for the purchase of new equipment

Major Raffle commences in May

Drawn 6 September

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1st Prize A four night short break cruise for early 2015

2nd Prize

Car repair voucher from BP Milperra, valued at $500

3rd Prize Revesby Workers’ Club gift card valued at $150

Sunday 4 May

$40 per person Coach leaves 7.30am

Contact Margaret 9772 1398 or Pat 9772 3297

All prizes have been donated.

Tickets $1 each Available through sub clubs and selling points within the Club.

Bill Bullard Charity Committee Proceeds go to Bankstown Hospital Cardiac Care Unit

All proceeds support the Bankstown Hospital

Christmas in July Fountaindale Grand Manor Robertson

Sunday 20 July Coach leaves 7.30am Tour and Lunch $80 per person Contact Margaret 9772 1398 or Pat 9772 3297

Do you have spare time? Want to help others?

VOLUNTEER with us! Bankstown Canterbury Community Transport is looking for people to join our team. We are a not-for-profit organisation which provides transport to the Frail and Aged, Younger People with Disabilities and Carers of Both in the Bankstown and Canterbury Area. Services that we provide are: • Shopping • Social and Medical • Transport ��� Shuttle Service • Group Social Outings

Bill Bullard Charity Committee Proceeds go to Bankstown Hospital Cardiac Care Unit

For more information please contact us Phone 02 9772 4928 Email info@bcct.com.au

COM M UNI T Y T R A N S P OR T 7 BANKSTOWN CANTERBURY (02) 9772 4928


Revesby Ultimate Rewards Program

Ultimate Access to

Entertainment • Dining • Events • Promotions

Have you downloaded yours? Get the Revesby Workers’ App today! It’s free and gives you 24/7 access to the club plus exclusive offers and rewards! As a member the App will give you direct access to your membership where you can view your point balance, your ‘R-Ultimate’ reward level and receive personalised offers and rewards. The App will also send you notifications to remind you about promotions and special events and every day you access the App you’ll receive bonus ‘R-Ultimate’ points in your account. Download yours today for ultimate access to entertainment, dining, events and promotions.

Available on the App Store Welcome Danielle My Profile

My Profile

Offers & Rewards

Offers & Rewards

Services

Android App on Google Play Revesby Village Centre

Eat & Drink

Health Mates Fitness Centre

Box Office

What’s On

Mooney Mooney Club

Peter Powers

Services

Simply search for ‘Revesby Workers Club’

Coming Soon! NEW Member Kiosks will soon be in operation. Make sure you look out for them next time you visit the club. These kiosks will not only give you details of your membership account, but will also allow you to print and redeem special offers. Make sure you check in each time you’re in the club.

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START YOUR ENGINES As a member you could WIN an

86 GTS!

Over $50,000 in Cash and Prizes! ENTER IN 3 WAYS 1.

Kiosk Daily Swipe

2. Dining Spend of $10 or more in one transaction 3. Beverage spend of $5 or more in one transaction

Enter from Monday 5 May 2 Weekly Draws! Commencing Tue 13 May from 9pm

Major Draw Wed 23 July from 8pm

Weekly Draws commence Tuesday 13 May for three (3) Finalists and again on Wednesday 14 May for three (3) Finalists – That’s 2 chances every week! Every Finalist will receive $100 cash and an entry into the Major Draw. Major Draw will be held on Wednesday 23 July 2014 where nine (9) members will walk away with cash and one (1) lucky member will drive away in an 86 GTS. Terms and conditions apply. See rwc.org.au/terms for details. Authorised under LTPS/14/02649

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Poker

$3,500 worth of prizes to be won each week! You have to be in it to win it! There’s a huge selection of quality meat trays, small electronics, homewares and much more, up for grabs. Don’t miss our raffle nights!

Play for kicks. Or play for real. Either way, you’re in it with a chance to win. FREE POKER Tuesday 6:30pm Rego $500 Prize Pool* $2500 end of season prize pool (play 5 games to qualify)

Thursday: Tickets from 6pm / Raffle at 7pm Sunday: Tickets from 5pm / Raffle at 6pm

Thursday 6:30pm Rego $500 Prize Pool* $2500 end of season prize pool (play 5 games to qualify)

SPECIAL OFFER!

Saturday 5pm Rego $500 Prize Pool*

Purchase a $10 Raffle Ticket and receive another $10 Raffle Ticket for FREE*.

PRO-SERIES POKER Saturday 9pm Rego $22 entry $1200 guaranteed 1st place APL PLATINUM Tuesday 6:30pm Rego $55 entry CASH Prizes

*Terms and Conditions apply: Voucher must be presented at time of purchase to receive free ticket. Voucher is valid for use at either the Thursday or Sunday Raffles. Voucher is valid until Thursday 29 May 2014.

at Infinity With Radio Broadcaster Anthony Maroon Every Tuesday from 7.30pm Great prizes to be WON... including the chance to WIN a cash jackpot!

Get your ‘Rewards Card’ when you register to earn Bonus chips *you must be a member of the club to qualify for cash prizes

Bingo Bingo is a light-hearted game requiring no skill and a little bit of Lady Luck on your side. A player wins by being the first to successfully complete a line or a ‘Full House’.

Join us weekdays for a fun, social experience with your chance to win some fantastic2 prizes. Screening Tuesday 1 July - THOR Rated M

TURBO G with Screening Thursday 3 July -You can alsoRated now play Screening Tuesday 22 Aprilour - PLANES Rated digital new tablets.G Screening Thursday 24 April - FROZEN Rated PG

Monday - Friday 10am - 12pm

Bingo is cancelled on Monday 9 June.

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Free Kids Movies!

Members Only Promotion

WIN 1 of 3 iPad Mini’s Simply provide us with your contact details to enter. Entry must be signed by member. Maximum of one (1) entry per member.

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To enter simply make a purchase at any food or beverage outlet and collect your entry ticket. Barrel is open from 6pm & entries can be placed in the barrel on any draw night. Terms & conditions apply. See Reception or rwc.org. au for details.

Signature:_____________________________ Date:________________ Return completed form in person to Club Reception or Post to Revesby Workers’ Club Membership, Reply Paid 66935, Milperra NSW 2214 or go to rwc.org.au/ipadpromo and complete online. Terms and Conditions at rwc.org.au/ipad-promo. NSW PERMIT LTPM/13/00614 Player activity statements are available on request. Gambling Help information. Think! About your choices Call Gambling Help 1800 858 858 www.gamblinghelp.nsw.gov.au

Can’t think of fun things to do these holidays? Come to our Free Kids Movie Days! Having trouble thinking of fun and cheap activities for the kids these holidays? We have the answer! Bring them to our kids movie day! Entry is FREE, our candy bar will be open and they are sure to have a great time.

Movies:

PLANES Rated G - Tuesday 1 July FROZEN Rated PG - Thursday 3 July THOR 2 Rated M - Tuesday 8 July TURBO Rated G - Thursday 10 July

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Box Office

Special Mother’s Day Weekend Concerts See Harrison in his only sydney shows After an amazing 2013 the ‘Voice’ of Australia, Harrison Craig, returns with a series of special Mother's Day weekend concerts. Harrison's well documented love for his mother Janine is the inspiration behind these special shows which will feature not only the magic moments from his 2013 The Voice triumph but also a fresh selection of classic songs featured on his forthcoming new album. Inspirational tunes such as You Raise Me Up, Can't Help Falling In Love and the all time classic Unchained Melody will be performed alongside new selections such as The Way You Look Tonight, Moon River and How Sweet It Is. With Harrison's beautiful voice and heart warming charm these shows will be a treat for Mum's across the country and the perfect way to say "Mum, I love you" on her very special day.

Sat 10 May Tickets $55

Show 1 2.30pm Show 2 8pm

LOOKING THROUGH A GLASS ONION JOHN LENNON In Word and Music

JOHNWATERS with Stewart D’Arrietta

A homage to the music, mystery and memory of John Lennon. The show is not a cut-and-paste biography of Lennon or an emulation of the original recordings. On stage, with shadows from the lighting arrangement fluttering over his face as he explores the essence of the man through song and spoken word, Waters, becomes synonymous with Lennon. For the audience this is either an emotional trip down memory lane or a wonderful introduction to the life and times of one of the most fascinating icons of our time. With 31 songs performed including to name a few, ‘A Day in the Life’, ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’, ‘Revolution’, ‘Lucy In the Sky with Diamonds’, ‘Woman’, ‘Jealous Guy’, ‘Imagine’ and more, this is a show for all ages.

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PETERPOWERS THE LORD OF THE TRANCE The Naught y Naught y Hypno Show

A unique blend of outrageous humour and his witty, mischievous style make Peter Powers one of the very best in the business. Critics have called him "The Ali G of Stage Hypnosis" and "The most talented stage craftsman that I have ever had the privilege to witness". Being live at a Peter Powers theatre stage show is the ultimate experience offering ultimate comedy entertainment. He is without doubt the best and most popular hypnotist in Australia and can be described as wicked, naughty and mischievous, and although some routines are adult in nature, it is strictly in good humour. Peter Powers has always said touring in Australia is great fun. "Australians really enjoy their entertainment and make superb, often wild, audiences". This is one not to be missed!

Sat 31 May

Doors 8pm Show 8.30pm Tickets $35

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Box Office

The highs of being our first international superstar with Australia’s biggest band of the era. This production that is upbeat and cheeky, told with integrity and respect – a show for the whole family. Featuring some of Australia’s top musicians and with McRae up front in an electrifying performance. Featuring specifically filmed footage of past mates, fellow musicians and even some old girlfriends! Names such as Jon English, Snowy Fleet, Angry Anderson and more…they all share something special. Plus archival footage and imagery that sets the scene and takes you there in all ways!

Sat 7 June

Doors 8pm Show 8.30pm Tickets $35

Starring Scott McRae

Direct from the UK The world’s premier Beatles show

Direct from London, The Bootleg Beatles are the world’s first and finest homage to the Fab Four. They authentically re-create the greatest pop group in history from top to toe, with costumes reflecting The Beatles’ evolution, as well as from note to note using original instruments and with uncannily accurate vocals. Against a stunning video backdrop, they will be accompanied by a 9-piece orchestra, enabling them to faithfully re-create many of the songs The Beatles never played live on stage, such as “Eleanor Rigby”, “Penny Lane” and “All You Need Is Love”.

Sun 8 June Doors 8pm

Tickets $55

Show 8.30pm

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MY GENERATION 50 YEARS OF

FEATURING Ciaran Gribbin INXS

Steve Balbi Noiseworks

Simon Meli

The widowbirds 3 of Australia’s greatest singers unite to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of The Who! Starring Simon Meli, Ciaran Gribbin and Steve Balbi. Now for the first time in Australia to celebrate the Who's 50th anniversary, Three of Australia’s finest singers have banded together to create an unforgettable tribute to one of the greatest rock bands of all time. The boys are joined by a killer 5 piece band including Jak Housden from The Whitlams on guitar.

Fri 20 June Tickets $35 15 Doors 8pm Show 8.30pm

BOYS IN THE BAND

Boys in the Band celebrates the world’s greatest hits form the most iconic bands of the 20th century! The show features some of the most talented, versatile, handsome and hip young guys in the Australian entertainment industry today. Backed by their very own band “The Players”. The show features such classic tunes as Can’t Buy Me Love, Let it Be, Hey Jude, Imagine, Blame it on the Boogie, ABC, Unchained Melody, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Good Vibrations, and Staying Alive. This is one not to be missed!

Fri 4 July Tickets $35 Doors 8pm Show 8.30pm


Box Office

Celtic Illusion is the ground breaking Irish dance show like no other! Created by and starring Anthony Street, former principal dancer of Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance. Celtic Illusion cleverly fuses electrifying contemporary Irish dance and music with grand scale illusions. This breathtaking union of two dynamic artforms sets this show apart from all others and truly makes it a show for the whole family. From the very second the lights go down the audience embarks on an adventure where anything is possible and the world of dreams becomes reality. As champion dancers effortlessly grace the stage and illusions surprise and delight, you will be left amazed and unable to sit still. Celtic Illusion is an explosive, creative force and is growing to be one of the biggest dance shows in the world. Don’t miss this spectacular show - witness the magic of Celtic Illusion.

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Box Office

Greatest Hits Tour Featuring Maizie Williams

Live in Concert with Full Band Boney M have sold over 159 million albums worldwide garnering 18 Platinum and 15 Gold Albums and over 200 Gold and Platinum Singles and they are making their way to Revesby Workers’ in June. Boney M is still fondly remembered by millions of fans worldwide. Their insanely catchy songs mixed with the glitz and glamour of the disco era gave them an incredible run of chart success here in Australia and around the world. Boney M’s hits include Daddy Cool, Ma Baker, Rivers Of Babylon/ Brown Girl In The Ring, Sunny, Rasputin and Painter Man. Boney M’s chart domination continued with 3 more Top 40 Australian singles - Mary Boy Child, the yuletide classic Hooray! Hooray! It’s a HoliHoliday and Gotta Go Home making them the most iconic European disco act of the era. Always fun and perfect for the dance floor, Boney M are one of the most beloved bands to emerge from that era.

Fri 27 Jun Tickets $65 Doors 8pm Show 8.30pm

Pre Show Buffet available Tickets $25

Served in the Function Centre

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Box Office

THE BIG LAUGH COMEDY SHOW Featuring

Tahir Mick Meredith Jason Ryder Sat 12 July

Doors 8pm Show 8.30pm Tickets $35

18+

THE STORY CONTINUES… It's been 22 years since the Australian band, 1927, burst onto the scene with their debut album, … ISH, selling half a million copies in Australia and producing the hit singles That’s When I Think Of You, If I Could, You’ll Never Know and Compulsory Hero. 1927 are hitting the road to promote the new album, Generation-i, and are coming to Revesby Workers' Club. Fans have recently reacquainted themselves with the band having been special guests on the recent Roxette national tour playing to over 100,000 people with rave reviews.

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Box Office

1974-2014

Of ROCk 40th anniversary tour Four decades of hits, four decades of touring, and legendary Australian band The Angels are still making great music. Rhythm guitarist John Brewster says the band can’t wait to get out on the road and celebrate with fans. He says the live shows won’t just be about the songs, but also about sharing memories from The Angels’ past. “The 40th anniversary tour gives us a great opportunity to celebrate with our fans the fantastic collection of songs that we’ve written over the years.”

Sat 26 July Doors 8pm

Tickets $40

Show 8.30pm

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Box Office

Coming soon! Some new features to the Box Office area of our website that will make you want to book online, every time! 1. Select Your Own Seat

3. Print At Home Tickets

You can now see a seat map of the show you are purchasing for and can choose your own seats. If you’re not sure which are the best seats, you can still always choose the Best Available option.

Tickets are emailed directly to your inbox, so you have them instantly. This also means you can beat the queues on show night as you won’t have to line up at reception to pick up your tickets. You’ll go straight through the door!

2. Book On Your Mobile Phone or Tablet You can now purchase tickets to our shows and events easily and securely on any device, at any time. Our new, mobile responsive system will simply adapt to whatever device you’re using.

4. See Views of the Stage Like to know exactly what your view of the stage will be from any seat? Soon you will be able to click the seat map to see a photo of the view of the stage from that stage.

Visit the online Box Office at rwc.org.au/events

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the function centre Revesby Workers’ Function Centre features a range of rooms tailored to suit any occasion or event. Combined with professional event management services and a highly trained culinary team, we can provide a selection of options to meet your needs.

NEW Packages are now available. For more information on hosting your next function with us or to arrange an appointment contact our functions team. P 02 8707 6919 E functions@rwc.org.au

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Win A Holiday to the Gold Coast!

WIN a Family Holiday to the Gold Coast The Theme Park Capital of Australia Enjoy 5 night’s accommodation at Sea World Resort and Water Park, plus a 3 Day Theme Park Pass.

Enter between 1 May – 31 July 4 Ways to Enter

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Purchase a Main Meal with Coke at Family Table

Purchase a Coffee and Mount Franklin Water at Java Cafe

Purchase a Pizza with Coke at Java Cafe

Purchase a Main Meal with any beverage at Spice Garden

22  THE JOURNAL  MAY / JUN / JUL Terms and conditions apply. See rwc.org.au/terms for full details. Authorised under LTPS/14/02579.


We’re Turning 1! Infinity Bar and Lounge

Our Presidents Lounge and Infinity Bar turns 1!

It’s hard to believe that on 12 June last year this sophisticated destination was officially opened to members and their guests. The stylish bar specialising in champagnes, exotic cocktails and boutique beers, combined with beautifully appointed high backed chairs, an open fire place and private booths for group celebrations was well received by all. This destination has proven very popular with its taste tingling Tapas menu and its High Tea decadence, perfect for all types of celebrations. It has also attracted some of the best live music Sydney has to offer.

BIRTHDAY GIVEAWAY!

In celebration of this, for the month of June, we will be giving away 12 birthday prizes every week. TO ENTER: Simply spend $10 or more in one transaction at Infinity Bar from Thursday to Sunday. Offer available from Thursday 5 June 2014 to Sunday 29 June 2014. Terms and conditions apply. Winners will be drawn the following Monday at 10am and will be contacted by phone and or email. LTPM/13/00614

The Birthday Buzz $13 Cocktail SPECIAL DURING JUNE Hendricks gin, with mulled cucumber, mint, sweet rhubarb syrup and fresh apple juice served tall

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Available every day for Lunch and Dinner from 1 May and 31 July 2014.

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Eat & Drink

Don’t miss a minute this footy season, see it LIVE here at Revesby Workers’. Every Monday night watch the game and enjoy a $10 Pizza in Java Available Mondays only - 5.30pm to 9pm from Monday 5 May to Monday 28 July (No Takeaways)

WIN

2 Tickets to Game 2! See all the action of Game 2 LIVE at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium.

How to Enter

Purchase any Carlton United product from Infinity Bar during the broadcast of Game 1 and you’re in the draw. Terms and conditions apply. See rwc.org.au/terms for full details. Authorised under LTPM/13/00614

A Hot Dog is just a Hot Dog, right? You’ll think twice once you’ve tried our New York Hot Dog served with a spicy onion relish and honey mustard. Best enjoyed in front of the big screen cheering on your favourite team. Therefore we’ve created the…

State of Origin Combo

Enjoy a New York Hot Dog with a schooner of VB or Carlton Draught for just $10*! *Available during State of Origin games only.

State of Origin Games

Game 1 – Wednesday 28 May Game 2 – Wednesday 18 June Game 3 - Wednesday 9 July 25


Eat & Drink

Bourbon

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SCOTCH

Master Class The Eternal Question. Bourbon or Scotch? Please join us for a whisky tasting battle, as two Iconic Distilleries go head to head to see which is better, Bourbon or Scotch. Join Mr Gee David and Mr Eddie Brooks as they take you through a range of expressions of Bourbon and Scotch from each distillery and ask you to vote on which is best. A three course menu will be served between the battle rounds. This is a unique opportunity to taste some whiskeys which costs in excess of $500 When Friday 25 July Time Doors 6.30pm for 7pm Where Revesby Workers’ Function Centre Tickets $70 per person To purchase tickets or for more information contact our Club Reception or call 9772 2100.

WIN Tickets to see

Robbie Williams LIVE! Makers Mark Bourbon Whisky is giving you and friend the chance to see Robbie Williams live. You’ll enjoy the show in first class style in a fully catered private suite with a stocked premium beverage selection. Available between 1 May – 31 July To enter, simply purchase a Makers Mark Bourbon Whisky product OR receive a ‘DOUBLE ENTRY’ by purchasing a Makers Mark 46 product. Maker's Mark offers a sweet, soft and subtle flavour. Corn, malted barley and the secret ingredient - Red Winter wheat instead of rye - ensure this smooth, bitter-free bourbon is perfect on the rocks or with a dash of dry. 26  THE JOURNAL  MAY / JUN / JUL

Terms and conditions apply. See rwc.org.au/terms for full details. Authorised under LTPM/13/00614


Eat & Drink

robert oatley

Wine Maker’s

DINNER

Savour a 5 course degustation with impeccably matched wines. Featured will be the Robert Oatley Signature Series. When Saturday 12 July Time Doors 6.30pm for 7pm Where Revesby Workers’ Function Centre Tickets $90 per person To purchase tickets or for more information contact our Club Reception or call 9772 2100. BEL CIBO - LOGO SPECS VERSION 1

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Bel Cibo translates to ‘beautiful food’ in Italian and that’s exactly what we deliver. Now it’s your turn! Hosted by our Executive Chef and a talented chef BLACK 100% PMS 730c team, you’ll learn to prepare and cook five (5) of C: 100 / M: 100 / Y: 100 / K: 100 Bel Cibo’s best dishes.

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Tuesday 17 June 6.30pm for 7pm Bel Cibo Restaurant $50 per person

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Queen’s Birthday Long Weekend

QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY MONDAY 9 JUNE

ENJOY THIS LONG WEEKEND IN ROYAL STYLE

Sunday Royal Raffle

EAT JUST LIKE A QUEEN

Our Sunday Royal Raffle, with over $3,000 in prizes to WON, is offering a special ticket bonus.

There’s nothing more English than a hot cup of tea and a warm scone with jam and cream. Eat just like the Queen with our Tea and Scone special at Java Cafe. Enjoy a pot of tea and 1 scone with jam and chantilly cream for just $5*.

Spend $20 on Raffle Tickets and get another $20 Raffle Ticket for FREE! *PLUS receive a Royal Raffle BONUS* Ticket to WIN 1 of 5 $100 Coles Myer Gift Cards. Tickets on sales from 5pm, Raffle from 6pm. *Raffle ticket bonus is available on Sunday 8 June only. **Royal Raffle Bonus is drawn at the conclusion of the raffles.

RELAX AT INFINITY BAR Infinity Bar and Lounge has you covered all weekend, enjoy taste tingling Tapas and some perfectly blended cocktails. FREE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT 8.30pm - 12.30am Friday 6 June - After Party Band Saturday 7 June - Groovology 7pm - 11pm Sunday 8 June - The Kamis BOOTLEG BEATLES Catch the world’s premier Beatles show live on Sunday 8 June . For more info see page 14 or rwc.org.au.

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*Offer available from Friday 6 June - Monday 9 June 2014.

Feeling a little more extravagent? Then come and enjoy our elegant High Tea. Packages start at just $19 and include decadent items like vanilla panna cotta with passionfruit syrup. Delicious!


Origin Legends Dinner

ORIGIN LEGENDS

DINNER What better combination thaN Beer Appreciation and Origin Legends together in one event! Hosted by Paul Langmack, Australian former rugby league coach, representative and premiership-winning player with the Canterbury Bulldogs. Enjoy a 5 course menu matched perfectly with craft beer, and whilst enjoying your meal meet Origin Legends; • Terry Lamb • Peter Wynn • David Gillespie When Time Where Tickets

• Andrew Ryan • Graham Wynn • and of course Paul Langmack

Friday 13 June Doors 6.30pm for 7pm Revesby Workers’ Function Centre $65

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Health Mates Fitness Centre

WEIGHT LOSS CHALLENGE Is it time to do something for yourself?

The Health Mates Weight Loss Challenge is what you have been waiting for. Last year, as a group we lost over 400kg. Past winners have lost between 17 and 20% of their body weight. Could you be a winner this year? Over the 12 week program your goal will be to reduce your percentage body weight. The person with the highest percentage loss will be the winner and as always there will be great prizes up for grabs. If you are interested in participating in the challenge, please contact Health Mates on phone 8707 6930 or email raquels@rwc.org.au.

Registration opens July 2014

What previous Weight Loss Challenge participants have to say… What motivated you to sign up for the Weight Loss Challenge? “I decided to put myself first. As a wife and mother of two children you are usually placed low on the list of priorities. There is always something else to do before you can pay attention to your own needs. I decided that I had to change as my health was suffering”. Cassandra What has been the most noticeable change you have experienced whilst taking part in the Weight Loss Challenge? “I experienced a physical and mental change. My mentality was to stick with the same old regime that I had success with in losing weight in the months prior. Stepping out of my comfort zone and doing work with a personal trainer after not having used a trainer in such a long time, I felt the benefits pretty much straight away. Physically I felt strong and felt great doing something different. It gave me a bit of swagger and a lot more confidence”. Garry

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Health Mates Fitness Centre

SAY NO to Winter Weight Gain

When the colder seasons roll around things in the gym start to change. Mindsets start to change. Habits start to change as the fear of summery, beach attire starts to evaporate. We get comfortable and loosen the straps a little. For some this translates to a little extra “stored energy” on the waist line when the warmer weather surfaces again, but alas, this does not have to be the case. The following list comprises of a few steps which you may be able to take to make the most of your gains and make for an easier summer transition.

Ensure your exercise stays a regular part of your week

Although the days will be colder and get darker earlier, it doesn’t make them much different to what they were in daylight savings hours. 6pm is still 6pm, regardless if it is dark or light outside. If you normally train after work, keep up the schedule. If it is too cold outside just remember that the gym is the same temp year round and has great lighting.

Remember that little things count

Incidental exercise is a great way of burning extra energy. The old idea of parking the car further away and using steps instead of escalators is not new to anyone, but it really can be effective. Try wearing a pedometer to see how much incidental exercise you truly do. 10,000 steps per day should cut it!

Add some spice to your life

According to Health Mates accredited practising dietician, Rebecca Gawthorne, spices are a great way to add flavour without the calories. Adding tasty spices such as cinnamon, cumin, coriander, turmeric, peppercorns, mustard seeds, and garlic to your food will not only be a treat to your taste buds, they help boost health too. If you like things hot, chilli and cayenne will help fire your metabolism up too.

Eat more protein

Protein helps to keep you feeling satisfied for longer, reducing the likelihood of overeating! Protein-rich foods such as lean red meat provide critical nutrients, like iron that may be lacking in your diet. Being low in iron can make you feel tried, unwell and lacking in motivation to exercise and eat healthy. Spread your protein intake out evenly throughout the day and include a source of protein such as meat, fish, legumes, dairy foods or nuts at every meal.

Have a plan “B”

If you cannot make a gym session for whatever reason, have back up activities which you can do to burn some fuel. This could be as simple as running your steps at home, walking outside, doing an exercise DVD or doubling up your effort next time around. So there you have it! A few simple ideas that you can introduce into your daily routine, to get you through the colder months. Consider this; there is no time like the present, so why not start today? A day wasted, is a day lost! 31


Health Mates Fitness Centre

Member of the Month: Pauline Fong There’s a lot of hard work and sweat involved, but it’s all worth it! There’s only one regret you’ll have… that you didn’t do this sooner!

Contact us today 2B Brett Street, Revesby NSW 2212 P: 8707 6930 | F: 9792 4684 healthmates.com.au healthmates@rwc.org.au facebook.com/HealthMates

Operating Hours

Mon – Thu 5:30am – 10pm Fri 5:30am – 9pm Sat & Sun 7am – 7pm

Opening hours over June long weekend Mon 9 June

8am – 12pm 3pm – 7pm

Matinee and Off-Peak members will be welcome at any time on public holidays Contact us or visit our website for class times

Got Kids? Take note! The Tree House Crèche will be closed for public holidays: Monday 9 June 2014 Queen’s Birthday

You may know someone who has been affected or be a survivor yourself,

Before

Name Pauline Fong Weight loss to date 25kgs When did you start training at Health Mates? I joined Health Mates in late August 2013. What inspired you to join Health Mates? Towards the middle of last year I quit my job and started putting on weight to the point where my clothing was getting a little too tight. I decided that instead of buying a bigger size, I was going to do something about my health and fitness. I now have to buy new clothes, but that’s because I’m 4 sizes smaller! What services have you utilised since joining Health Mates and have they helped? From day one I’ve had cardio and weights programs prescribed by the brilliant trainers at Health Mates. With each program the trainers will go through which cardio and weights they recommend you use to achieve your goals and most importantly, how to use them, so you’re using the correct technique and form. What have you achieved with your training so far and how has this affected you? I’ve managed to lose 25kgs in 6 months! In addition, my strength and fitness levels are the best they’ve ever been. This has definitely given me more confidence in myself and proven that I can do anything if I’m determined, persistent and willing to give it everything I’ve got! What are your goals going forward from now? I’d like to get my body fat percentage down to around 24-25% and increase my muscle mass. What advice would you give to someone wishing to embark on the same journey you are on? Getting your health and fitness in order is the best gift you can ever give to yourself because no-one else can do it for you. There’s a lot of hard work and sweat involved, but it’s all worth it! There’s only one regret you’ll have… that you didn’t do this sooner!

Biggest Morning Tea

Health Mates is doing its bit to help those touched by Cancer. We are supporting the Cancer Council in hosting our Biggest Morning tea and fundraiser cycle class. Dress Yellow for Cancer Ride Date: 22 May Time: 9.30am Location: “Rev” class Prizes up for grabs 32  THE JOURNAL  MAY / JUN / JUL

Cuppa & Cake for Cancer Enjoy a cuppa and cake and help us raise much needed funds for the Cancer Council. Date: 22 May Time: 9am-12pm Location: Health Mates Reception

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YOGA WORKSHOP

Health Mates Fitness Centre

This is a 3 hour focused workshop that will equip you with the skills to get started or improve your Yoga practice. Run by Health Mates Power Yoga instructor, Nicole Orzecki, the Foundations Workshop is a must for new students to Yoga particularly within the first 12 months of practice.

Working from the ground up we will be setting a firm foundation of safe, challenging and playful practice that will set you up for life. Focusing on breath, spinal alignment, bandha locks and simple yogic philosophy this workshop allows you to delve deep into your body, and an opportunity to tether your breath to flowing movement. Equipping you with tools and skills to bring both strength and ease to your practice this workshop can transform the way you move on your mat in general classes. This workshop is appropriate for all levels, beginner to veteran, and a great way to stop, listen and then move with the assistance of demonstrations, discussions and the use of props to create a simple, yet graceful flow during the practice. Embark on this journey of self-inquiry and discover a passion and love for your Yoga practice! For further information and to express your interest in attending a workshop, on either the 21st or 22nd of June please email healthmates@rwc.org.au.

City to Surf Sunday 10 August 2014 Could this year be your year? Last year over 83,000 people took part in the Sun Herald City to Surf, either walking or running their way to the finish line. Health Mates likes to make this day just that little bit easier by looking after your transport and lunch for you, so all you have to focus on is making it to the finish line. We are taking expressions of interest to join the Health Mates City to Surf team on raquels@rwc.org.au What you get: 1. Bus trip to the starting line 2. A light packed lunch after the race 3. Bus trip home to Health Mates Fitness Centre Approximate* cost is between $35 and $40, depending on numbers *Excludes Rego fees

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TheTree House Early Childhood Centre

Tree House NEWS

Funky Hair Day

The Tree House children celebrated the World’s Greatest Shave with a ‘Funky Hair Day’ on Friday 14 March.

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The children had a wonderful time getting their hair sprayed and styled with a variety of coloured and glittered sprays. All the children then watched on as one of our teachers Bradley, volunteered once again, to have his head shaved for the cause. This produced a lot of laughter as Brad’s hair slowly disappeared.

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Thank you to Hair Necessities for donating their time to shave Brad’s hair and thank you to the families and staff for their gold coin donations, we raised $100 for this event.

Tree House gets its Groove On The music was pumping, the lights were flashing and everyone had their groove on at the Tree House fancy dress disco! The children, parents and teachers danced till they dropped to some great party hits.

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The children went Banana’s FOR the Wiggles The Wiggles returned to Revesby Workers’ for their “Apples and Bananas” Tour on Friday 21 March. Anthony. Emma, Lachy and Simon were a huge success and had all Tree House children up dancing and singing along.

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The show featured new hits as well as Wiggle classics such as “Hot Potato” and “Rock a Bye Your Bear”. The Fab Four of fun were of course joined by Dorothy the Dinosaur, Captain Feathersword, Wags the Dog and Henry the Octopus! Images: 1-2. Supporting Brad for the World’s Greatest Shave! • 3-5. Fun at our Fancy Dress Disco • 6-8 The Wiggles visit Revesby Workers’!

Don’t miss ‘the Outback Aussie Show’! Friday 4th July • Tickets only $5! Two BIG shows on the one day! 1st Show Doors 10am • Show 10.30am 2nd Show Doors 12.30 pm • Show 1 pm

Featuring songs from ‘The Wiggles’ song writer, John Field


Behind the Scenes - Our Staff

Behind THE SCENES Mooney Mooney Club WINs...

Harmony Day

It is with great pleasure to announce that Mooney Mooney Club has won the “OOPS Small Club Superior Service Award for 2013.

The message of Harmony Day is ‘Everyone Belongs’.

These prestigious awards recognise outstanding customer service in the Clubs, Hotels and Pubs across NSW and 2013 saw an incredibly competitive playing field emerge across the industry. Each and every month our clubs are assessed and reported on by various means, whether it be a mystery visit to the club itself or a call to the club’s reception requesting particular details of an upcoming event. The manner in which staff respond and how the club presents and delivers its services and facilities are all considered. This award has our Mooney Mooney Club firmly placed as a leading edge community grounded club that other clubs will turn to as a benchmark. This much sought after award in the industry has many venues working hard to provide customers with “excellent and consistent” service and facilities. The bar has definitely been raised and the competition for 2014 will be even fiercer. Next time you visit our Mooney Mooney Club be sure to congratulate the team.

Celebrated on Friday 21 March

“Around 45 per cent of Australians were born overseas or have at least one parent who was born overseas”. This day is to celebrate Australia’s diversity. It is a day of cultural respect for everyone who calls Australia home – from the traditional owners of this land to those who have come from many countries around the world. Revesby Workers’ staff have been celebrating Harmony Day since 2012 through food and gathering together in our VIP staff room. This year the Catering Department provided a menu highlighting favourite meals from around the world, such as a spicy laksa, beef stroganoff, pork spareribs, and other culinary treats to give staff an opportunity to sample fares from other lands and cultures. The VIP staff room was decorated in Harmony Day “orange” which brings a splash of vibrant colour to the celebration. This year staff were also encouraged to mark their cultural heritage on a large world map to demonstrate the diversity of our workplace. Harmony Day is an Australian Government program and coincides with the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

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Mooney Mooney Club

Mooney Mooney Club is a little oasis situated on the Central Coast at the end of a peninsula looking over the Hawkesbury River.

at Moo ney Moo n ey Winter Wine Maker’s Dinner

Tempting New Menu

Winter Warmer Special

Enjoy a selection of canapés on arrival, followed by a 5 course degustation menu all perfectly matched with wine from the Angove Family Winemakers.

Commencing Monday 8 May

Commencing Monday 8 May

With an emphasis on fresh produce, quality meat and seafood – you won’t be disappointed.

Indulge in a selection of Mains and Desserts from our new menu, accompanied by a complimentary glass of wine or middy of beer for $35*

When Time Where Tickets

Thursday 14 August 6.30pm for 7.00pm Coastal Dining $70 per person

Bookings are essential. Call 9985 9199.

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Bookings are essential. Call 9985 9199.

*Available from 5.30pm from 8 May to 31 July 2014.


Mooney Mooney Club

WIN a $1,000 Fishing and Camping Package It’s every man’s dream package and what better excuse to enjoy the great outdoors! Purchase any Carlton United product to enter.

Enter between 1 May to 31 July Terms and conditions apply. See mooneymooneyclub.com.au/terms for full details. Authorised under LTPM/13/00504

Check out our new webSIte! www.mooneymooneyclub.com.au

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Relax with us at RBC and SRC

sports recreation centre

panania

Sport and Rec Club

22 Homelea Ave, Panania NSW 2213 Ph: 8707 6955

Mon 3pm–7pm sports recreation Tues 3pm–7pm centre Wed 12pm–8pm

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Closed all Public Holidays Closing times are at the discretion of Management

FAMILY FUNCTION

at Revesby Bowlo or Panania SPORT & REC Centre We have Two Great Venues

Revesby Bowlo, as its affectionately known features a fantastic outdoor balcony overlooking two well-maintained greens, and our Sport and Recreation Centre, set in the sporting district of Panania offering a wide range of facilities making for a great celebration with family and friends. The club has no pokies and a great outdoor area for the kids to run around. Both venues offer a range of function packages with no room hire charges. For further details or to make a booking, call 02 8707 6919.

Why not Play Barefoot Bowls?

Revesby Bowling Club

1 Spence Street, Revesby NSW 2212 Ph: 9773 6752

Challenge your friends, family and work colleagues to a game of lawn bowls. It doesn’t matter if you’ve never played – we’ll give your group some handy tips. Great BBQ packages are available and there’s plenty of space for the kids.

Mon 11am–8pm Tues 11am–11pm Wed 11am–9pm Thurs 11am–10pm Fri 11am–11pm Sat 9am–10pm Sun 9am–8pm

STATE OF ORIGIN Both Revesby Bowlo and Panania Sport and Rec Centre will stay open late so you don’t miss any of the action from all 3 State of Origin games! Settle in with a cold beer and good company and watch it live on our big screens. Go the Blues!

Club will open at 12pm on Public Holidays Closing times are at the discretion of Management

Karaoke

Mega Meat Raffles

10 quality meat trays to be won every week!

Every Thursday 6pm

Think you could give Shannon Noll a run for his money? Fancy yourself as the next Ricki-Lee? Then get yourself down to the Revesby Bowlo for what is sure to be a fun-filled night!

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8pm last Friday of the month

$50 losing ticket draw after the final race To enter write your name on the non-winning tickets and place in barrel


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CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY UNITS SUSSEX INLET, FINGAL BAY & URUNGA

As in the past the Revesby Workers’ Club will hold a ballot for the Christmas School Holiday periods. Members may apply for any or all of the following dates: Sat 20 Dec 2014 to Sat 27 Dec 2014

Sat 27 Dec 2014 to Sat 10 Jan 2015

Sat 10 Jan 2015 to Sat 24 Jan 2015

Sat 24 Jan 2015 to Sat 31 Jan 2015

PLEASE NOTE: A combination of one week and two week periods have been allocated.

If you wish to participate in the Ballot applications will be available at the Main Reception Desk of the Club from Monday 5 May 2014. Applications close 5pm Friday 27 June 2014. • Entry in the ballot will only be accepted if completed on the official application form provided.

• A separate application form must be completed for each date and resort required. • Incomplete applications will not be entered in the ballot. The Ballot will be drawn on Club premises Thursday 24 July 2014 on completion of the Badge Draw. Winners will be notified by mail.

GOOD LUCK AND HAPPY HOLIDAYS

URUNGA

SUSSEX INLET

FINGAL BAY

For more details or bookings, contact Janelle Harris on 9772 2100 or visit www.rwc.org.au 39


Home Loans Personal Loans Car Loans Credit Cards Insurance & Greenslips Savings & Investments Located at Level 1 - Grevillea Room Monday - Friday 9am - 4.30pm Ph: 1300 13 14 20 www.selectcu.com.au

For all your banking needs

Select Credit Union Ltd is authorised under the banking act to conduct banking business.

Authority Code:

Revesby

Date of Issue

30 04 2014

Authorised by:

Select

This voucher entitles the holder or family member of the holder to a $1,000 cashback upon taking up a housing loan over $150,000. Funds will be paid upon settlement. Visit our website at www.selectcu.com.au for product terms & conditions. Offer valid for 4 months from the date of issue. Settlement must be no later than 4 months from the date of issue. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer. Limit of one voucher per member. Eligibility criteria, terms and conditions, fees and charges apply. Select Credit Union Limited ABN 20 058 538 140 AFSL / Australian Credit Licence 238257.

S Q UEAKY CLEAN C a r W a s h s ta r t s f r o m $ 2 0 * Tuesdays are Seniors Day Senior Wash $10 off on Tuesdays* (Deluxe Wash & Ultimate Wash only) *Cannot be used with any other offer

Senior Discount – 10% off Unable to come on Tuesday? Not a problem, present your seniors card for 10% discount on any other days except Tuesday*. *Cannot be used with any other offer

Opening Hours Monday – Friday 7am – 6pm Saturday Sunday 7am – 2pm Closed Major Credit Cards Accepted. *Surcharges Apply

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Major Store Gift Cards Accepted *Condition Applies


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Includes return economy airfare, 4 nights in Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel, and a 2-day general admission Disneyland ticket. *Conditions apply. Offer ends 31 May 2014, unless sold out prior.

Both deals include Include 3 nights at the Royal National Hotel, Continental daily breakfast and Category D Tickets. *Conditions apply. Offer ends 30 June 2014, unless sold out prior.

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Sports REPORTS For past results and photos please go to rwc.org.au/sports-reports

NSW UNDER 14 WEET-BIX CUP T20 CHAMPIONS! Revesby Workers’ Cricket Club is proud of its players who were crowned the Under 14 Weet-Bix Twenty20 Cup State Champions, after a stunning victory at the Sydney Cricket Ground in February, having taken out the Metropolitan title in January at Blacktown. The team was a mix of players from the club’s U14 side and players playing up an age in the Bankstown U15/16 competition. To secure the title, Workers had to defeat country champions, Dapto. Dapto won the toss and elected to bat, scoring 7/142, a very good score and one that looked difficult to run down. After losing the opening batters in the first three overs, Workers were quite concerned, but everyone played their hearts out and ended up winning the match with seven balls to spare. Playing on the hallowed turf of the SCG and occupying the away dressing room was a great thrill for the players, but to come away with the title was an exceptional experience.

INTERCLUB ORGANISATIONS ATHLETICS – SENIOR ATHLETICS – JUNIOR AUSTRALIAN NATIVE ORCHID CLUB BASEBALL BASKETBALL BILLIARDS and SNOOKER BOWLS – MIXED INDOOR BOWLS – LADIES INDOOR BOWLS – MENS LAWN BOWLS – LADIES LAWN BRIDGE CRICKET DARTS DOMINOES EUCHRE FELLOWSHIP OF AUSTRALIAN WRITERS FISHING FOOTBALL (SOCCER) FOOTBALL - LADIES (SOCCER) GARDEN GOLF – LADIES GOLF – MENS HOCKEY – WOMENS MARINE RESCUE Mooney Mooney Bowls Club Mooney Mooney Fishing Club NETBALL PHYSIE and DANCE RBC DARTS COMPETITION RBC BOWLS - MENS RBC BOWLS - WOMENS REVESBY LADIES GROUP SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE SCRABBLE SMALL BOATS FISHING CLUB SOFTBALL SPEARFISHING SWIMMING TENNIS - JUNIOR TENNIS - SOCIAL TOASTMASTERS WELFARE CO-ORDINATOR

Ian Lister Christine Butters Don Roberts Darrin Street Phil Hudson Rhonda Butt David Smith Jean Reichart Joyce Rowe Ray Hopkins Lyn Gallant Gaye Allen Ray Benham Dean Semlitzky Colin Suttle Gaye Roscarel Carney Vaughan Dean Semlitzky Claire Geary Claire Geary Noreen Nolan Ann Agnew Phil Kilazoglou Di Hawking Merv Collins Neil King Karen Goldrick Kellie McFarlane Rhonda Young John Taylor Dave Roberts Beryl Harmer Phyllis Aldridge Club Administration Gordon Meggs Peter Taylor Karen Rushton Brad Montague Bronwyn Hatzis Adele English Ray MacArthur Roy Ashpole Janelle Harris

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athletics (JUNIOR) Liaison Director: Christine Butters

Image: The Under 14 Weet-Bix Twenty20 Cup State Champions celebrating their victory! 42  THE JOURNAL  MAY / JUN / JUL

The Little Athletics Season finished for Revesby Workers’ Centre on Friday 14th March 2014. We ran from Sept 2013March 2014 and had a total of 205 athletes registered. During the season we have had 18 nights of competition. We had 36 athletes compete at the Zone Championships in December with 25 of

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those athletes qualifying for the Region Championships in February. From the Regional championships 3 of our athletes qualified in 5 events for the State Championships. James Bottrill competed in the U14B in the 1500m and 3000m events and finished 16th & 13th respectively with Personal Bests in both events. Nelson Carey competed in the U13B in the Triple Jump and High Jump and finished 21st & 15th respectively


Sports Reports and again achieved Personal Bests. Our third athlete Alyssa Saurine qualified for and competed in the 1500m Walk and finished third with a personal best and won the Bronze medal!! The Centre Presentation Night will be held on Friday 28th March at the grounds and then the Committee will commence planning for next season. Registrations will be accepted from August 2014 with the season to commence in September 2014 for children from U6 to U17 age groups.

Bowls Results

Christine Butters Publicity Officer

29 January 2014 1st G. Dewey, V. Maizen, L. Schadeli 2nd E. Roberts, M. Rogers, G. Jakimenko, E. Adams

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AUSTRALIAN NATIVE ORCHID Club Liaison Director: John Rodwell A warm welcome to the 2014 Orchid season. After some very hot and dry weather members are busily repotting, feeding and training their flower spikes to present the flowers to their best advantage. Discussions are taking place regarding the September Show being held in the foyer of the Clubs main building. Agreement has been reached for the October Show to be held in the very spacious Sports and Recreation Club, Panania on the 18th of October. This will be the premier Sarcochilus Show of the year with visitors coming from as far away as New Zealand and interstate. If anyone reading this journal is interested in joining this sub-branch club they will be made most welcome. Meetings are held in the Clubs McArthur room at 7.30 pm on the fourth Wednesday of each month between March and November. Membership fees are $10 per year. Further information can be obtained from Don Roberts President on 9771 5474 or Ian Lawson Secretary on 9773 6047 or from the Clubs web-site at RWANOC.com Ian Lawson Secretary .....................................................................................

Bowls – INDOOR (LADIES) Liaison Director: Ian Stromborg

15 January 2014 1st J. Rowe, S. Glenday, J. Reichart, J. Dalton G. Dewey, L. Schadeli, 2nd V. Rochford 22 January 2014 1st M. Noonan, J. O’Connor, G. Dewey, E. Roberts L. Rolls, J. Dalton, 2nd P. Merrill, M. Baikie

2nd 3rd LDP

Brenda Excell, David Lewis Lyn Rolls, Tom Ferguson Rosa Treeby, Jean Reichart

14 January 2014 Ken Sayers 1st 2nd Corrine Tegova, Andy Tegova Muriel Baikie, Val Austen 3rd LDP Lyn Rolls, John Gibbs 21 January 2014 Val Austen, Andy Tegova 1st Brenda Excell, Frank Dare 2nd Lyn Rolls, Ken Sayers 3rd June Ryan, Tom Ferguson LDP

5 February 2014 1st S. Glenday, J. Larney, E Roberts 2nd P. Merrill, L. Schadeli, M. Baikie

28 January 2014 1st Ken Sayers Brenda Excell, John Gibbs 2nd 3rd Val Austen, Andy Tegova Marie Rogers, Lottie Schadelli LDP

12 February 2014 1st J. O’Connor, L. Schadeli, S. Glenday J. Reichart, E. Adams, 2nd J. Ryan, J Rowe

4 February 2014 1st Brenda Excell, June Ryan 2nd Joy Dalton, Frank Williamson 3rd Lottie Schadelli, David Lewis LDP Doris Dare, Tom Ferguson

19 February 2014 1st M. Noonan, J. Dalton, M. Rogers, M. Baikie 2nd G. Dewey, J. Reichart, M. McHughes, R. Stiles

11 February 2014 1st Marie Rogers, John Gibbs 2nd Edith Adams, Ken Sayers 3rd Jean Reichart, Muriel Baikie LDP Brenda Excell, Jack Medbury

26 February 2014 1st V. Maizen, M. Rogers, M. Baikie 2nd M. Noonan, T. Tsvibel, J. Ryan, J. Rowe 5 March 2014 1st P. Merrrill, L. McCallum, D. Kenny, M. Baikie 2nd J. Ryan, G. Jakimenko, M. Rogers 12 March 2014 1st J. Reichart, J. Ryan, G. Dewey, S. Glenday 2nd P. Merrill, R. Stiles, L. Schadeli 19 March 2014 1st J. Rowe, V. Rochford, L. Rolls, E. Adams 2nd V. Maizen, R. Stiles, M. Rogers New members are most welcome please contact Joy Rowe, President, on 9543 2324. Regards, Val Rochford Publicity Officer .....................................................................................

Results for the Annual General Meeting 05 March 2014.

Bowls – INDOOR (Mixed) Liaison Director: Ian Stromborg

President – Joy Rowe Vice President – Gwen Dewey Secretary – Joy Rowe Treasurer – Phylis Merrill & Shirley Glenday Publicity – Val Rochford. Committee – June Ryan, Roma Stiles, Joy Dalton, Marie Rogers, Gwen Dewey.

Bowls Results 3 December 2013 1st Muriel Baikie, Ken Sayers 2nd Lyn Rolls, Tom Ferguson 3rd Brenda Excell, Doris Dare LDP Jean Reichart, Corrine Tegova 7 January 2014 Edith Adams, Phil Treeby 1st

18 February 2014 Muriel Baikie, John Gibbs 1st 2nd Val Austen, Edith Adams 3rd Lottie Schadelli, Jack Medbury LDP Marie Rogers, Frank Dare 25 February 2014 1st Doris Dare, Frank Williamson Ken Sayers 2nd Edith Adams, John Gibbs 3rd June Ryan, John Rolls LDP 4 March 2014 1st Viviana Maizen, Ken Sayers 2nd Marie Rogers, Tom Ferguson 3rd Doris Dare, John Gibbs LDP Val Austen, Joy Dalton 11 March 2014 1st Muriel Baikie, Val Austen 2nd Marie Rogers, Frank Williamson 3rd Jean Reichart, John Gibbs LDP Brenda Excell, Doris Dare 18 March 2014 1st Ken Sayers 2nd Brenda Excell, John Gibbs 3rd Muriel Baikie, Tom Ferguson LDP Jack Medbury It is my pleasure to report that the winner of the President’s Cup for 2013 was Brenda Excell with John Gibbs as the runner up. Congratulations to both. We will be shortly commencing our 2014 championships starting with the Ladies’ and Men’s Singles. The draw for this will be made at our next Bowls’ night.

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Sports ReportsGE TITLE We are always looking for new members and you will be made very welcome. For further information, please contact Jean Reichart, our Secretary, on 9771 6923. On a sad note, we recently lost one of our dear lady bowlers, Muriel Lewis. Muriel was one of our champion bowlers and she will be very much missed by us all. Our condolences go to her husband, David, and family. Val Austen Publicity Officer ......................................................................................

Bowls – Lawn (ladies) Liaison Director: Ian Stromborg We have had a busy four months since the Christmas Break. On Australia Day we held our annual “Australia Day” celebrations. The club was decorated so beautifully with typical Australian Bush scenes- Even the prizes to be presented at the end contained goodies of our Australian products and were all wrapped so lovely. It was a credit to our ladies of our committee and social committee. As we only had one green available it was full of players from our ladies and men’s clubs with some visitors from other clubs. So many of the bowlers again dressed in Australia Day themes. Morning Tea was damper, golden syrup, anzac biscuits and then followed a morning game of bowls. Lunch was our typical Aussie Day Tucker – meat pies, and lamingtons. In March the State Pennants (at District Level) commenced- we entered two teams – one in Grade 3 and the other in Grade 4. This year our club championships were held off till after the Pennant season – During April we commenced our Pairs Championship – results will be in our next journal. Upcoming Events 8th May Mother’s Day 22nd May Biggest Morning Tea 19th June President’s Day 17th July Annual General Meeting 27th July Christmas in July Mixed Bowls Any ladies wishing to take up bowls are most welcomed and should contact our Secretary Lyn Gallant 9771 5994. Margaret Pullen Publicity Officer

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Bowls – Lawn (ladies) Spence St Liaison Director: Ian Stromborg

Bowls – Lawn (mens) Liaison Director: Ian Stromborg

The ladies who attended the Past Presidents visitation to the Towradgi Bowling Club on 8 January enjoyed a very special day. “Thank You” to District Secretary Helen, Club Secretary Julie and your ladies for the wonderful welcome and the hospitality we received.

Australia Day 2014 at Panania Sport and Rec Centre

A monster raffle, tickets 3 for $1.00, has been organised. Excellent prizes, with the proceeds going to Cancer Research, it will be drawn 18 May 2014 at Spence Street. On 23 February GRDWBA received an invitation to attend Open Day at Bear Cottage, Manly. It is the hospice for terminally ill children. No Government funding is received. It is business houses and clubs like ours who support them. The clubs in our District raise approximately $2,000 yearly, thank you all for your support. Monday 14 April, BFU members have been invited to visit Air Ambulance Mascot. The inspection will be very interesting and morning tea will be served. Please advise Gladys Barnes 9799 1052 if attending. Veterans Day 5 May, organised by our District will be held at Bankstown Sports Bowling Club. Transport can be arranged through Canterbury Bankstown Community for those ladies who require it. Name, address and age information is required. The cost is $5.00 for pickup and return. Pickup points will be District Club addresses. Please contact Beryl Harmer on 9773 7650 two weeks prior to 5 May. Early dates for your Diaries 19 September BFU Luncheon at the Masonic Club 28 October Past Presidents’ visitation Revesby Workers; Bowling Club, 20 Homelea Avenue Panania (Two Bowls Triples) 26 November Past Presidents’ Luncheon at the Masonic Club. Three of our ladies, who have for a number of years carried out their duties very competently, have had health problems appear. We now need their positions to be filled in the Bowls for Others, they are President, Secretary and Publicity. Interested ladies please contact Gladys Barnes on 9799 1052. You will be very welcome to this committee. Beryl Harmer

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To the tune of Men At Work singing “We come from the land down under” about 60 members of the RWC mens and ladies bowling clubs filed out on to the bowling greens for their traditional Australia Day game of mixed bowls, to be followed by their usual fund raising afternoon for their nominated charity. The morning started off with fresh damper and golden syrup, anzac biscuits, (someone forgot the sao’s and vegemite) and billy tea. Then came the mixed bowls, with lunch served about 1.30pm. Hot (runny) pies and tomato sauce followed by whopping lamingtons and cream. The players made a very colourful group out on the green with the all Aussie green and gold predominating. Our rather “shy and retiring” Treasurer Steve Jackson stood out like the proverbials in his Top Hat and flowing cloak, all with Aussie flag motif. Meanwhile the Pavey family took home most of the prizes that were on offer to the lucky punters. A good Australia Day, thanks to the ladies committee and a nice donation to the charity of our choice which will be nominated at years end. Aussie!Aussie!Aussie! Terry Raper Memorial Day. This day was played out on Friday March 7th when over 100 players converged on our Spence St site to honour the memory of “The (unofficial) Mayor of Revesby,” Terry Raper, who left us way too soon some years ago to the dreaded Melanoma curse. The day also welcomed in the 2nd “tiffie”to Spence St which is about a fortnight before Homelea Ave gets their 1st.It is a pleasure to be able to play on not one but 2 tiffies at Spence St, a luxury we can all be proud of. We played 3, games of 15 ends each and competition was fierce, with visitors from many clubs in attendance, most of whom knew Terry and came to honour his memory, as well as support the Melonoma foundation Charity. The triples winners of the day were ; 1st I. Stromborg (RWC), T. Glenn, I.Hawkins.(Picton) 2nd C. Morgan, R. Shelton, D. Godfrey.(Pic.Pt) 3rd M. Elder, D. Hawkins, R. Hopkins (RWC). It was a great day enjoyed by all who attended in near perfect weather and a great start for our new tiffie.


Sports Reports Of course we know these days don’t just happen, a lot of effort goes into them and we thank Darryl Ohlmann, Mick Lindwall, Geoff Brittain, Bob Hill, Dave Raper, Ted Boyan, Ray Hopkins and those volunteers who helped on the day as well as the Raper family for their continued support. Donations were received from; Standard Training(Andrew Raper),Bankstown Council, Allen Ashton, Richards Meats and our own Revesby Workers Club. We also liked the guy who supplied those delicious prawns after the game, umm yummy! A nice cheque for around $2650.00 will be on its way to the Melonoma foundation from all us bowlers who had a wonderful day. On Wednesday 19th March Homelea Ave finally opened its 1st Tiffie. Ray Hopkins did the honours with the scissors when he cut the red and white ribbons on the bank of our well decorated and much anticipated new green. The honour of bowling the 1st bowls went to our most senior and respected member Eric Kauffman together with our much younger but also highly respected Greenkeeper, Bruce Kirkaldy. Both men are a credit to our club. Eric now in his 93rd year is still playing well (a resting toucha IN THE DITCH with his 1st bowl at his previous game) and is well deserving of this honour, as is Bruce who with his mate Craig have been working furiously to bring this green in on time. They also have the surrounds of the club looking an absolute picture and presentation is fantastic. There were some special prizes on offer for our special day. The winners of these were; Merv Crutchley, Bob Brown, George Roberts and Merv Elder. All were impressed with this new addition to our club and enjoyed the event and celebrations. Our photos show clubs Preso Ray Hopkins cutting the ribbon and Eric and Bruce sending the 1st bowls down to declare this green well and truly open. The tradition continues, the golfers are coming. Yes on June 22nd once more those upstart RWC Mens Golf Club members are coming to “The Fibro” for our annual clash, no doubt still on a high after they pulled our pants down and smacked our collective backsides with their win over us at our last meeting in 2013 and anxious to prove it was no fluke. Well best of luck fellas and ok we are still licking our wounds after that defeat but we are thinking more about licking our fingers after the golfers chef Noel Morrison serves up his Pièce de résistance after the game. The golfers after game feasts are legendry to their members and we are lucky to be included in that select group, so to

all bowlers take this tip and get your name in early as there will be plenty of interest in this epic game. On the sick list we have Steve Jackson, Barry Saunders and Bill Ojala. After a stay in hospital it is hoped by the time you read this they will be well and back in action again. The twilight bowls are now over for this season and was a little disappointing with attendances not quite what was expected, a lot of hard work goes into these games and for that we thank Denis Gallant and Doug Hawkins and also Max Pavey who stepped in while Denis was shaking his maraccas in South America and all the other committee men and volunteers who helped out during the season. Special mention to Ernie and Betty who are regular attendees and always have a good time on these nights. Merv Elder Publicity Officer ....................................................................................

CRICKET Liaison Director: Christine Benham Well the 2013-14 summer season has wound up – and it was another great season for Revesby Workers Cricket Club! Prior to the Christmas break, the weather had been very dry, with the hard ground contributing to some great batting innings. Post-Christmas, there were some washouts, meaning much less cricket was played in the lead-up to the semi-finals. We fielded 15 teams in competitive cricket, and 2 in the very young noncompetitive cricket. 6 of the teams finished in the top four in their grades, with 2 progressing to their preliminary finals, but, alas, not one team made it to the grand final. This is the first time in a long while for the Club, if ever! However, the season was not without some success, with the Maroon side winning the (Over 35s) Bankstown Masters Cup. As well, our Under 14s side (comprising some players who had played in the U15s, but were genuine U14s, and players from the U14 side, combined to take out the Under 14 Metropolitan Weet-Bix Cup T20 championship, and then successfully take on country champions, Dapto, to win the state title at the magnificent Sydney Cricket Ground. Congratulations to coaches Alan Willmore and Matt O’Leary and to the team, comprising Lachlan Willmore (c), Kieran Armson-Graham, John Rorison, Michael Christodoulos, Alex Salgueira, Jacob Karam, Jye Werrett, Radha Jagtap, Tommy Lang,

Blake Worsfold, Jonah Ngaronoa, Dean Zamagias and Michael O’Leary. Now we have the 2014 Masters Cup (Over 35s Super 8s) keeping us busy through the winter and it won’t be long before we start signing on for the next summer comp! See you on Sundays in August at the Sports & Rec Centre, Homelea Ave Panania from 10am til noon! Chris Benham Secretary .....................................................................................

Darts Club Liaison Director: Terry Semlitzky Contacts for the Darts are President Dean Semlitzky Secretary Terry Semlitzky, Captains Andrew Gregory/Paul Sillato The Annual General Meeting of the darts club was held on Thursday 13th February. And the following were elected: President: Dean Semlitzky, Secretary: Terry Semlitzky, Assistant Secretary: Paul Sillato, Treasurer: Sue Semlitzky. Dart Captain: A. Gregory/ B. Smith, Vice Captains: T. Martire, P. Larkin, P. Sillato, C. Andronicus. Publicity/Returning Officer: Terry Semlitzky. Paul Sillato will conduct his 6th Annual Hospitals Darts Tournament at the club on Sunday 6th April. The Dart Club conduct a game of Drawn Doubles every Thursday night in the Sports Bar. This open to members & visitors and you don’t have to be a champion. There are meat trays for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, there is mens and ladies highest score and a lucky door prize.This is raffle night and members badge draw, so amble down to The Sports Bar and have your name submitted prior to 8pm. The following are results: 16 January 2014 D. Yon, J. Dodds, M/hs 160 J. Piggott, L/hs 125 A. Cooley. 23 January 2014 F. Shore, Woods, M/hs 140 J. Dalton, L/hs 140 F. Shore. 30 January 2014 A. Woods, J. Dodds, M/hs 133 A. Ferriailo, L/hs 135 F. Shore. 6 February 2014 D. Yon, J. Dodds, M/hs 162 A. Ferriailo, L/hs 100 A. Cooley. 13 February 2014 B. Chan, Y. Yon M/hs 180 B. Smith, L/hs 95 L. Firld. 20 February 2014 D. Gonsalves, Y. Yon, M/hs 134 Baldo, L hs 123 M. Samuels.

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Sports Reports 27 February 2014 B. Smith, M/hs 160 Lucky, L/hs 133 D. Gonsalves. 6 March 2014 S. Semlitzky, B. Chan, M/hs 180 A. Ferriailo, L/hs117 D. Gonsalves. 13 March 2014 B Smith, A Ferriailo There is a game of drawn doubles at The Sport & Recreation Club for members & visitors, the 1st Friday in the month, names in by 6pm.

16 March 2014 R. Murray, F. Cole, 23 March 2014 R Murray, G Kaufmanis. “Double Blank” Terry Semlitzky .....................................................................................

Fishing Club Liaison Director: Terry Semlitzky

The following are the results:

Revesby has 3 Fishing Clubs and all members and guests are welcome to participate in their outings.

December 1st Chris, Trevor 2nd John, Lisa

Charter Boat Main Club Fishing departs from Wollongong. Contact Dean Semlitzky 0413 292 337

January 1st Brenden, Wendy 2nd Steve, Lyn

Revesby Bowling Club Small Boats Contact Peter Taylor 0408 403 337

February 1st Lachlan, Phil, 2nd Mitch, Sue March 1st Jack. Nick 2nd Ross, Lyn. The next tournament for the Masters Darts will be held at Bomaderry RSL where Revesby Workers will be competing. “X. Topps” Terry Semlitzky .....................................................................................

DOMINO Club Liaison Director: Terry Semlitzky The committee of the Domino Club is as follows: President Robert Murray, Vice President Fred Cole Secretary/Treasurer Colin Suttle, Committee: Robert Murray, Colin Suttle, Fred Cole, Daryl Heaton The Domino’s play every Sunday morning in the Lounge and is open to members and visitors. All welcome. Results 12 January 2014 D. Heaton 19 January 2014 G. Bryce 26 January 2014 D. Heaton, F. Cole 3 February 2014 F. Cole 10 February 2014 C. Suttle, L. Clark 16 February 2014 D. Heaton, C. Healy 23 February 2014 D. Heaton, C. Healy 2 March 2014 D. Heaton, R. Murray 9 March 2014 D. Heaton, L. Clark 46  THE JOURNAL  MAY / JUN / JUL

Mooney Mooney Hawks Fishing Club Contact Karen Goldrick 9985 9406 Fishing Club contacts: President Chris Andronicus, Secretary Dean Semlitzky, Treasurer/Reef Capt Terry Semlitzky. The Fishing Club Annual General Meeting was held Thursday 6th March 2014, and the following have been elected for the ensuing year President Chris Andronicus, Vice President Jack Innis, Jr Vice President Mal Hutchinson Secretary Dean Semlitzky, Treasurer Terry Semlitzky, Reef Captain Terry Semlitzky, Deputy Reef Captain Jack Innis, Liaison/Returning Officer Terry Semlitzky. Arising out of the AGM Jack Innis was nominated for life membership of the Fishos, Jack has been a tireless worker for the club and has held many executive positions over the years, and fished socially and competitively. Congratulations Jack. The Charter Boat outings are held on the 2nd Sunday of the month, aboard the Jenny Lou, departing Wollongong Harbour. There is a list for interested members on the Fisho’s noticeboard in the Sports Bar, if any member misses out on the ballot, they will be eligible for the next trip, providing they re-submit, or OK their names. The following are the results after 3 outings B. Pektovic 53, T. Semlitzky 47, M. Hutchinson 47, J. Innis 42, R. Davis 37, D. Semlitzky 27, A. Smith 15, G. Pink, P. West 10, S. Saunders, D. Saunders 8. We need starters for the charter boat, 2nd Sunday in the month, make sure you have your names down. Pat Ring, former Club Director and early Fisho passed away, our thoughts go to the family. “Barry Mundy” Terry Semlitzky

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Football (Soccer) Liaison Director: Dennis Hayward Revesby Workers Football (Soccer) Club has got off to a great start for 2014, with 16 junior teams and 15 senior teams being entered into the local Bankstown District competition. For the second year in a row we have a Premier League 1 squad which will be playing at Marco playing fields every second Saturday afternoon throughout the winter months – everyone is invited to come along and see our boys in action. We are still looking for boys and girls aged 7 to 13 this year to fill some gaps in our Grade 8, 10, 13 and 13 teams. For team vacancy inquiries please phone the Registrar, Lyndall Butler, on 0408 735 979. The competition will start on the first weekend in April and run through until September, and during the season we will look forward to enjoying some social functions and fundraising activities on the sidelines. For more information go to www.revesbyworkersfc.com.au Claire Geary Publicity Officer

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Golf - Mens Liaison Director: John Rodwell The winners are too numerous to mention in this short article, so readers are invited to visit our informative web site at www.rwcmensgolf.org for detailed information about our Club, news, upcoming events schedule and weekly event summary with winner’s photos and results. With quality golf courses like Bankstown, Kogarah, Antill Park and Campbelltown on offer, interest and attendance has been very high for the nine games played during the first three months of 2014. The main event completed was the Singles Matchplay Championship and congratulations must go to Phil Kilazoglou as the new “Cock-of-the-Walk” champion after his victory over a defiant Noel Connolly in the Matchplay final. The next couple of months will see games played at some new courses such as Cabramatta and Links Shell Cove, as well as established courses like Bankstown, Campbelltown, Rosnay and Antill Park. Some events will be high profile (Merv Pell and 2BBB Championship), whilst others will be novelty (Funny Hat Day), and don’t forget there will be the Revesby to Goulburn trip away in early April as well as the annual Bowls challenge in June between Revesby Golfers and Revesby Bowlers at the Revesby Bowls Club - the


Sports Reports reigning champions are the Golfers. In other areas, the Social Committee has been working hard both on and off the field, in particular, BBQs after some games as well as extensive preparation for the forthcoming Presentation Night to be held at Revesby Workers Club on 22rd March. Also on the social agenda is the Gold Coast trip away towards the end of May for a week – it’s very popular and the golf courses they play on are absolutely amazing! The remaining schedule of courses for 2014 is quite varied with a smattering of new courses for Revesby (such as Kogarah, Cabramatta, Penrith, Links Shell Cove and Stonecutters Ridge). In addition, there are the usual good courses played, with a dozen rounds at our home course Bankstown, and several rounds each at Campbelltown, Antill Park, and Rosnay. Keep loose and happy golfing. Ken Little Publicity Officer .....................................................................................

LADies GrouP Liaison Director: Christine Butters Since resuming in late January, the Ladies’ Group has been treated to a number of interesting guest speakers. Thanks to Norma Warburton for the effort she puts into this taxing job. We also went on two interesting coach tours, one being a mystery tour of the suburbs around the Parramatta River, and the other to The Secret Garden at the UWS campus at Richmond. These were followed by enjoyable meals at nearby clubs. Our AGM was held on 12th March. Committee members are as follows: Co-ordinator Treasurer Social Secretary Guest Speakers Morning Teas General Hand Welfare Officer

Marj Heyhoe Norma Maxwell Phyllis Aldridge Norma Warburton Judy Weatherly Bev Spring Merrill Winspear

Many thanks to the outgoing committee for a great effort over the previous twelve months. Marj Heyhoe Co-ordinator .....................................................................................

Marine Rescue – HAWKESBURY Liaison Director: Dennis Hayward Statistics: Year to March Vessels assisted People moved to safety Recorded Duty Hours Fuel Consumed

2014 28 76 3,922 $1,782

(2013) (39) (111) (4,288) ($2,798)

There has been a sharp reduction in call outs during week-ends while weekday emergencies increase. The decrease in fuel consumed is attributed mainly to the introduction of our new rescue vessel Hawkesbury 22 (Jill McGrath). We expect that these savings will continue with the imminent $64,000 refurbishment of our second vessel Hawkesbury 21 which includes replacing the present motors with 2 x 175HP Suzuki cable free outboards. 150 guests attended the dedication of rescue vessel Hawkesbury 22 in the grounds of the Mooney Mooney Club on February 8. Guests included Matt Kean MP Member for Hornsby, Chris Holstein MP Member for Gosford, Steve Russell Mayor of Hornsby Shire, RWC Directors Christine Butters and Dennis Hayward, CEO Edward Camilleri and Monique Fors Manager Mooney Mooney Club. RWC Director Dennis Hayward announced that the Club had agreed to extend water and electricity to the end of the club wharf to facilitate the cleaning and maintenance of Marine Rescue NSW and Rural Fire Service Vessels. The main training exercise for the quarter was the annual “NSW Rural Fire Service Combined District Fire Boat Exercise”. Marine Rescue had 3 vessels taking part in the 2 day exercise. Our responsibility was that of medical evacuations. The photo shows L to R Marine Rescue Hawkesbury volunteer Mark Raphael, Rural Fire Service Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons, MR Hawkesbury Operations Officer Peter Moore, and Unit Commander Merv Collins at the exercise. Our next major aquatic event will be the Upper Hawkesbury Power Boat Club’s running of the 78th Bridge to Bridge Power Boat and Water Ski race to be held on Sunday 4th May 2014. As always we are looking for trailer boat skippers to assist us with the safety supervision of this event. Fuel costs are reimbursed. If you can help please contact Check Point control on 02 9985 1460 or email eventshawkesbury@yahoo.com.au Need a boat licence? Contact Merv Collins 0419 223 097 New members are always welcome. No experience is required. We will train you. Contact Ken Edwards on 9985 9012 or 0412 320 116 Barry McGrath Search & Rescue Co-ordinator

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Small Boats Fishing Club Liaison Director: Terry Semlitzky Fishing weather has not been the best but fish are still being weighed in of a good size and quantity. Our March weigh in saw Karl take out the most fish for the month and Purdy with the largest being a 1.6 Mowong. A varied catch of flatheads, snapper, travelly, pigfish, jackets and mowong all weighed in. It has also been a record year so far of Purdy’s boat being in the water more than the life of it! Also a congratulations to Chris being a proud grandfather to Billie Therese. Both mum and bub doing well. Don’t forget to check the board for photos, trips and functions coming up, like the Presentation day and AGM. July membership is open for everyone to rejoin or new members to become part of the action. Happy fishing, Lisa Ward Publicity Officer ....................................................................................

Snooker Club Liaison Director: Terry Semlitzky Contacts for the Snooker Club are President: Alex Ganji, Sec/Treasurer: Dave Smith. The club conducts a social game of drawn doubles every Monday in the Sports Bar, names to be submitted by 5.30pm, with prizes for the winners and runners up. There are also lucky door prizes, so come along for an enjoyable afternoon. Results 20 January 2014 1st B. Tugyi, A. Ganji 2nd D. Smith, J. Garland 27 January 2014 1st J. Garland, P. Montagne 2nd A. Ganji, P. Baines 3 February 2014 1st A. McCarthy, B. Mooney, 2nd S. Masri, B. Tugyi 10 February 2014 1st J. Garland, J. Wotsa, 2nd A. Ganji, B. Mooney 17 February 2014 1st B. Mooney, D. Smith, 2nd J. Davis, J Stan 24 February 2014 1st D. Smith, P. Kallas, 2nd D. Heaton, W. Davis 3 March 2014 N. Brown, A. Ganji, 1st 2nd B. Mooney, B. Smith. 47


Sports Reports 10 March 2014 1st S. Lloyd, E. Payne 2nd A. Ganji, W. Davis 10 March 2014 1st W. Davis, A. McCarthy J. Tugyi, H. Woudsma 2nd Revesby have a team playing in the Sutherland Shire Snooker Leagues, these games are on a home and away basis, and played on Tuesday nights. Alex Ganji won the singles. “Screwball” Terry Semlitzky ....................................................................................

SPearfishing Liaison Director: Christine Butters Summer has finally reached us, a couple of seasons late but a sweet reward for all the faithful. After months of upwelling green cold water, warm clear fish laden water has hit the coast. Good sightings of Kings, Bonito and Salmon with the exotics like Blue Barred Parrot fish, schools of Rainbow Runners, Gold spots etc. Eddie Skerry has a new battle scar to show off after undergoing surgery at Christmas to have half a lung removed with cancer. The operation was a success and 6 weeks later Ed’s back in the water with his mates. Ed is in the select group of divers that have been diving since the mid 60’s. Apart from sneaking a “ciggie” at school Ed’s been a non-smoker. Our Best regards to Ed and Kerry. Mark Schmitt and the usual suspects (Johno, Pappa and Billy) chased cold green water from Shell Harbour to Eden for a week of Cards and sightseeing. The big Fish Comp has been and gone with all the boys back laden down with prizes. Both Zeb and Christian placed in the Juniors 5 crews made it up this year. Conditions were just about perfect if you forgot about the “cold green water” It’s a bit of a club pilgrimage now, booking out the units and enjoying Shoal Bay. Taylor Shield at Ulladulla was a dud. “CGW” again vis was down to 2meters maybe 4 at best. Good training for the big crew of Junior’s that fronted up , a good weekend never the less with the Revesby boys packing out the cabins in the Caravan park There was that much snoring ear plugs were passed a round. Calla bay was a marked improvement with decent vis , low sea’s and plenty of fish (and a few sand flies). A monster steroid fed Wirrah and good Dusky Mowie were weighed by Sea Snippers Juniors. It looks like we are going to have a real junior comp this year with 48  THE JOURNAL  MAY / JUN / JUL

Zeb, Darcy and Christian keen and improving each dive. Both Zeb and Darcy scored Silver Drummer on the day, Darcy was disappointed as when he landed the Silver a large Kingy swam by a meter away circled once or twice then disappeared into the blue, those are the breaks. Looking forward to the Far South Coast Champs at Narooma, hope conditions are as good as last year. The clubs is hosting a intro to diving nights aimed at the young divers in the area to wise them up to the use of flags on floats and the proper use of spear guns. There is a lot of young and not so young divers out there uneducated in these areas that we take for granted. The aim is to bring them up to speed with the basics and to present the sport in an accessible safe manner. Thanks to Lee and the U.S.F.A. for supply such great reference material. Troy had a big crew of new divers out to experience spearfishing on a late summer’s day, flat warm clear water, blue sky and the National park as a back drop. It was all go with all the boys pumped and having the time of their life. Perfect day even without fins. Congratulations to Oly for placing 3rd in the new revised South Coast Champs, by all accounts a successful comp Even winning praise from Oly (Must have been the cooked breakfast) Congratulations to Sea Snippers for putting in the effort. That’s it, see you at Eden and don’t forget the fins Brad Montague Publicity Officer

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Sport and Rec CENTRE Liaison Directors: Terry Semlitzky / Chris Benham Any enquiries for booking the club for your party ring main club or call Kerrie at Sport & Rec, 8707 6955 there have been quite a few parties held over the festive season. There have been some enjoyable Barefoot Bowls Parties recently. This is available to sporting bodies members and visitors, there is a minor charge to participate and a menu available if catering is required. There is a new BBQ for interested patrons. The Friday Night Darts are attracting good crowds, these are held on the first Friday of the month and are run on a very social basis, so come along for a good night. Juniors are most welcome to participate, if accompanied by Mum or Dad. The Cricketers fully support the Fibro and we congratulate them and

encourage other sporting clubs to support this great venue. There is change in the operating hours early in the week, but the club will remain open for patrons. “Fibro Fan-atics” Terry Semlitzky ..........................................................................................

TOASTMASTERS Liaison Director: Christine Butters The Revesby Toastmasters Club runs every 2nd and 4th month of each month at Revesby Workers Club. The club’s main aim is to support people looking to further develop their public speaking and leadership skills. The club has many experts with years of experience who are more than willing to assist. In addition, the club hosts a number of outstanding competitions whereby members can then represent the club at area and district competitions. Last month the club held its annual International Speech and Evaluation contest. The speech component was a hotly contested event which was won by Peter Reynolds. The evaluation component was won by Shane Merry who closely beat Michael Barker. The club is also running a speechcraft, public speaking training workshop which is available to anyone. The workshop will cover: - Effective communication of ideas - Structure and flow of your presentation - Effective and powerful body language and vocal variety - How to give positive, constructive and motivating feedback The workshop will be running each Wednesday from 9th April – 28th May at Revesby Workers Club. For more information please contact Patricia Pines at speechcraft@revesbytoastersclubs.org Shane Merry Publicity Officer


GENERAL

REVESBY WORKERS’ Address 2B Brett Street, Revesby, NSW 2212 Mail

PO BOX 300, Milperra, NSW 2214

Phone

9772 2100

Fax

9771 6835

Email

mail@rwc.org.au

Website rwc.org.au Facebook www.facebook.com/ revesbyworkersclub

TRADING HOURS REVESBY WORKERS’ CLUB Reception 9772 2100 Box Office 9772 2100 Every Day 9am – 6am BEL CIBO

Wed & Thu 5.30pm – 9.30pm Fri 12pm – 9.30pm Sat 5.30pm – 9.30pm Sun – Tue Closed FAMILY TABLE

Lunch Daily Dinner Sun-Thu Fri-Sat

Club closed on all Public Holidays

MOONEY MOONEY CLUB Reception 9985 9244 Sun – Thu 11am – 10pm Fri & Sat 11am – 12am

5.30pm – 8.30pm 5.30pm – 9pm

0n the first Sunday of every month except May

JAVA LOUNGE

Sun – Wed 9am – 10pm Thu – Sat 9am – 12am INFINITY BAR

Closed 5pm – 10pm 5pm – 1.30am 5pm – 10pm

CRYSTAL BAR

9am – 5.45am

HEALTH MATES Phone 8707 6930 Mon – Thu 5:30am – 10pm Fri 5:30am – 9pm Sat & Sun 7am – 7pm THE TREE HOUSE Phone 9771 6883 Mon – Fri 7am – 6.30pm HAIR NECESSITIES Phone 9773 9087 Mon & Tue 9am – 5pm Wed 9am – 8pm Thu & Fri 9am – 5pm Sat 8am – 1pm TRAVELSCENE Phone 9772 2066 Mon – Fri 9am – 5.30pm Sat 9am – 12.30pm REVESBY BOWLING CLUB Phone 9773 6752 Mon 11am – 8pm Tues 11am – 11pm Wed 11am – 9pm Thu 11am – 10pm Fri 11am – 11pm Sat 9am – 10pm Sun 9am – 8pm Club open at 12pm on Public Holidays

Your Conduct Patrons’ conduct must be orderly and not offensive. Patrons who are drunk, disorderly, violent or suspected of taking illicit substances will be refused entry or asked to leave the premises immediately. $550 on–the–spot fines can apply. Club management reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone if, in their opinion, their standard of dress or behaviour is considered unsuitable for Revesby Workers’ Club.

COASTAL DINING

Phone 9985 9199 Breakfast 8.30am – 10am

Sun – Thu 12pm – 9.30pm Fri – Sat 12pm – 11pm

Daily

PANANIA SPORTS & REC Phone 8707 6955 Mon 3pm–7pm Tues 3pm–7pm Wed 12pm–8pm Thurs 12pm–7pm Fri 2.30pm–10pm Sat 10am–8pm Sun 10am–7pm

11.30am – 2.30pm

SPICE GARDEN NOODLE BAR

Mon – Wed Thu Fri-Sat Sun

information

Lunch Mon – Sat 12pm – 2.30pm 11.30am – 3pm Sun Dinner Sun – Thu 5.30pm – 8.30pm Fri & Sat 5.30pm – 9.00pm

THE 15km RADIUS If you are not a current member and live within a 15km radius, you will need to become a member or be signed in by a member to gain entry to the Club. For a complete listing of suburbs that fall within the 15km radius, please visit our website.

Your safety, comfort & enjoyment is important to us Persons under 18yrs of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times whilst on Club premises – including for shows.

DRESS CODE As a condition of entry to Revesby Workers’ Club, patrons attire must be clean, neat and tidy, in good repair and in good taste at all times. The following attire is not permitted: • Bare feet • Sneakers without socks • Rubber Thongs

GETTING HERE & AROUND Security escorts are available for your convenience 24/7. Please speak to a Duty Manager to arrange.

PARKING More than 700 spaces are available in the multi–level Tarro Avenue Carpark.

TRAIN The Club is situated directly opposite Revesby Train Station on the Airport & East Hills Line.

TAXI A Maxi Taxi service is available to take Members and their guests to & from the Club. Hours of service Mon – Sat Sundays

4pm – 3am 1pm– 3am

Suburb Costs Revesby, Panania, Padstow & East Hills $3 per person each way Padstow Heights, Milperra and Henry Lawson Drive (between Auld Ave, Milperra and Clancy Street, Padstow Heights) $4 per person each way

(Entry permitted wearing rubber thongs before 8pm)

Steel cap footwear (only permitted in Sports Bar until 8pm)

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Football shorts Singlets / sleeveless shirts for men Dirty or torn clothing of any kind Swimwear or Handkerchief tops Poor personal hygiene Head wear including caps, beanies, bandanas etc (religous headwear excluded) Provocative or offensive clothing Numbered sports or football jerseys

(except during special events. eg. Grand Final, Bledisole Cup, State of Origin etc)

Dirty overalls (clean overalls acceptable in Sports Bar until 8pm)

‘No more. It’s the Law.’ is the message being promoted by the Responsible Drinking Program. It is a positive message for both the liquor industry and their patrons. It is about people enjoying themselves, but drinking alcohol responsibly and safely. The program continues its emphasis on ‘point of sale’ staff for responsible serving, and patrons for responsible drinking. The Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing continues to receive excellent feedback from the liquor industry throughout the State on the ‘No More. It’s the Law’ program. As well as targeting licensed venues for the point of sale component, the program continues to shift the Enjoy a Few… Not a Few Too Many message to the general community.


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Revesby Workers' Club Journal May/June/July