Our monthly sundowners will re-commence in February. You don’t need to be a “senior” but it is an opportunity for the mature people in the area to get together for a couple of hours over a quiet drink and a chat. Several people drink soft drinks so we are not a boozy lot and we all bring along nibbles to share. There are no children’s activities – some of the people have hearing problems and we need to keep noise to a minimum.
For security reasons, we have not posted the schedule on this public site. If you are interested in joining us please leave a comment or contact Graeme or Judy 9739 1484.
What a great breakfast yesterday! We cooked 144 eggs and some people did not eat them so we had over 150 people. The spirit has not been burnt!
Alcoa has very generously offered accommodation and agistment. They have also provided skip bins for the clean up. In a broadcast email to all Alcoa staff, Managing Director Alan Cransberg said “If there is any other way we or you can help, let’s do it”. If anyone has suggestions on how Alcoa could assist even further, leave a comment and we will see what can be done.
The Rotary Club of Mandurah City has arranged a String Quartet at Swallow Hill on Sunday 13 February from 5:00 to 9:30 pm. Treat your Valentine to a night under the starts with the stylish, romantic sounds of the Tonic String Quartet.
Enjoy an alfresco buffet meal of gourmet meats and salads. Beer, wine, bubbly and soft drinks will be available for purchase.
Exciting prizes to be won in an auction and raffle.
Cost is $50 per person including meal and entertainment.
Please be sure to wear a splash of red.
To purchase tickets please contact Sally Knight on 0413 964 646 or email email@example.com. For more details, map and payment go to www.mandurahcityrotary.org.au
The Mandurah Murray Mayday Club is a local organisation that raises funds to assist people in our region. They have funds available to assist people in need and all you need to do is to write to them at The Secretary, Mandurah Murray Mayday Club, PO Box 326, Mandurah 6210. For more information phone 9582 8164.
If you think that your insurance company is not treating you fairly, contact your local members of Parliament. Either state member Murray Cowper on 9531 3155 or federal member Don Randall on 9390 1211.
If you have horses or other stock and need fodder we may be able to help. Leave a comment here with your contact details OR add your name to the list at the hall OR phone Graeme 9739 1484
An appeal has been started for fence posts. See link below.
Lake Clifton Post Appeal
A 200 square metre shed is available for as long as needed. Fire replacement sheds low cost supply and erect.
The tavern people have asked us to let you know that if they are not there, you can still have a shower – the key is under the mat.