9 May

May Newsletter

Congratulations to our new board. Hopefully we will slide smoothly into our new roles.

What a busy month April turned out to be! Firstly all the crochet poppies were delivered to the R.S.L. and also nine poppies went to Gallipoli with the Coolum Beach S.L.S. The Dawn Service was very moving and our poppy wreath looked lovely. From there we were involved in the service at the beach. The Surf Club made an area available for all our members and then three of us went down to the water‟s edge to receive the poppies representing the Surf Lifesavers who had lost their lives in war.

Congratulations to Sandra R for a wonderful, fun filled Changeover. We had our biggest numbers for some time and everything ran very smoothly.

New Shirts
A message from our new Treasurer is asking that anyone who ordered a new shirt bring the money to the meeting.

High Tea
High Tea is fast approaching and Sandra is now needing assistance is getting this major fund raiser up and running. Please bring ideas to the next meeting to meet the criteria –the 60‟s. If you know of anyone who could demonstrate some Rock „n Roll please let Sandra know.

Off Overseas
Lorraine and Brian are off overseas for six weeks at the end of May visiting ex – yachty friends. Firstly they are going to Amsterdam to join Aussie/Canadians on the canal boat, then to Brittany to join British friends at a camp ground. After some time in Cornwall they are off to the US. Happy travels!

Five of our members attended Burnside High School this morning to present a cheque to the S.T.E.M.M. programme. There will be a full report at the meeting but they were very impressed with what they saw.

Sausage Sizzle
We need to fill the roster for the Sausage Sizzle on the 6th June.

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