The meeting starts promptly at 10.30 am
Don't forget to come early:
- Buy your raffle tickets to win one of three $10 prizes.
- Book a computer lesson
- Get your name down for one of the hit shows booking this year.
- Get your tea/coffee and biscuits.
- Have a look for a bargain on the trade table.
- Pick up a copy of The Senior Newspaper and/or The Voice when they are available.
During the meeting there will be the usual short reports about the various activities the club offers its members and you are able to bring up matters of interest to members during General Business - don't be afraid to speak up if there is something that concerns you, this is YOUR club.
The meeting finishes between 11 and 11.30am.
New members are most welcome to come along and find out about the club, there is a short newsletter available for new or potential members at the raffle/signing in table which details coming events and contact details for the various group leaders. Please take one.
The next bus trip is to Parklea and Flemington markets on Sunday 3rd March. There are a few seats left so get to the meeting early before they are all snapped up. A ticket is only $10pp.
The February bus trip to Cobbitty Winery and The Campbelltown Art Centre was a great success with some members taking part in a filmed Art Event while others contented themselves with admiring the works on display and walking round the Japanese Garden and outdoor sculpture exhibition, it was great fun. Lunch was taken next door at the Campbelltown Catholic Club - a great favourite with the bus trip participants.
Due to the inclement weather the walk to Berry Island was abandoned and the walking group instead visited the Museum of Sydney which had a couple of special exhibitions; one about the artist Margaret Olley and the other the old Sydney Stadium.
The visit commenced with a terrific half hour guided tour of the Museum by an enthusiastic member of the staff after which we were able to browse at our own pace. Even at lunch time when the group left they had not seen everything so members will be going back individually to see the rest of what is a fascinating museum - well worth a visit.
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