The working bee on the 29th went well; thanks to all those who attended and assisted. We always seem to be able to fill up a trailer (thank you Andrew) with stuff from the garden, on this occasion even without too much major cut back. We did pull out two ‘coastal iris’ bushes which were getting a bit feral, but will need to do a couple more in the future as they are pushing on the back boards along the east garden.
The club house has been cleaned up and is sparkling. Special thanks to Natalia for organizing the list for the garden work and supervising the outcomes, as well as supplying the tea cake. Thanks to Anne B. for her assistance and the banana friands.
Just rearranging a time for the defibrillator instruction, watch out for notification. Busy now with Beryl Chambers and Seabreeze events, come and watch and support as you can, the more around the club the better the atmosphere for the participants. Colin has done a great job organizing Seabreeze and getting the entries up to the limit.
Note that Seabreeze A.C. entries are now open for the September event.
In relation to the lawns, hoops on 2 and 3 have now been swung, (well Lawn 2 required some resetting). Thanks to Alan R. for assistance. Lawn 3 will be done hopefully on 1 or 2 June, which means that all those who have been relying on the rabbit runs to nestle in the hoops will have to change their technique.
Please be aware of private event bookings at the club which come up. These are on the website, and also listed on the internal whiteboard. These events are paid for and will affect those who may be considering casual visits to the club outside of nominated play hours.
Manly Croquet Club in the Northern Beaches Review
Social Events, June Update
Our next functions are………
Spit Roast lunch at 12.30 for 1.00pm Sunday 26 September, details to follow.
Xmas Cold Buffet lunch at 12.30 for 1.00pm Saturday 4 December, details to follow. Make a note in your diaries!