Kokoda Walkway Memorial Visit with Reg Chard

 

Following another visit to our Club when he demonstrated once again a truly remarkable memory of wartime events in Australia and New Guinea, Reg Chard has kindly agreed to give us a conducted tour of the Kokoda Walkway Memorial at Concord. There is no cost for this tour. We shall meet at the Kokoda Cafe at 10:30am for an 11:00am start on Sunday, 19th July and after Reg's tour, adjourn to the Cafe for lunch.

 

Details of the memorial, cafe and their locations are available at www.kokodawalkway.com.au. Members, partners and friends are all welcome. If you have any questions or would like to join us, please email Iain Clark at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. before 16th July with your name and the names of people coming with you.

 

 

 The Magnificent Seven 

 

On June 18, President Allan and 6 other club members had a clean-up day at the Forsyth Park Community Centre, Neutral Bay.  The Playgroup at the centre has been closed due to the Covid19 restrictions but hopes to reopen next month. We spent over 4 hours cleaning out the storage area and jet washing all the play equipment and toys.  

 

 

 

 

A small group of club members participated in Cleanup Australia Day.  Once again we cleaned an area in Waverton on Balls Head Road adjacent to the HMAS Waterhen naval base.   We are pleased to advise that we found less litter than last year and hope this is an ongoing trend with future visits to this site! 

 

 

 

 

Our weekly meetings are back at Piato again 

Numbers will be limited to maintain social distancing 

 

Our calendar for the next few weeks 

Date  Time Activity Speaker Topic Location
           
30-Jun-20 7:15AM breakfast Neill Dix Metro update Piato
           
07-Jul-20 7:00PM dinner Allan Coates Changeover Dinner Piato
           
14-Jul-20   no meeting   Visit to Molong instead of normal meeting Molong
           
21-Jul-20 7:15AM breakfast Garry Wood The role of the JP Piato

  

 

Another successful “World Festival of Magic” show was held at the Darling Harbour Theatre with over 1300 attendees enjoying a spectacular show.

 

 

 

 See more details here > http://www.worldfestivalofmagic.com.au/