The Committee has become concerned about the over-use and overcrowding in the top car park and is concerned that the situation is becoming unsafe.
With that in mind, this car park has been remarked to clearly show two disabled zones and three loading zones, with the remaining spaces marked as reserved parking.
The use of the disabled and loading zones is self-explanatory. The Committee asks that the remaining “reserved” spaces be left for our older and/or less mobile members who would have difficulty negotiating the ramp from the bottom car park.
From now on all able-bodied members are requested to use the bottom car park at all times unless using the loading zones to unload goods etc.
The only exception to this rule will be for the sandwich makers on a pennant day or helpers at night bowls or other functions who may use one of the four spaces in the south-west corner of the car park by the bowls shed if they wish.
The Committee thanks all members in advance for their cooperation in this matter
You may have noticed walking down the Main Street of Hahndorf the window at No 32 (also Gallery Gifts – a Club sponsor) now has some resident cats waiting to greet you.
Jayne and Peter have opened The Katze of Hahndorf. They have between 12 and 14 cats who just love to spend time with you. For a small entrance fee of $10 ( concession) $12 ( Adult) come and visit soon.
Entry includes your choice of juice or hot drink -tea, coffee or hot chocolate. They also offer the opportunity to book the area for a small group celebration. Price on application.
Phone 8388 1363 to book your time!!
A pur-fectly relaxing way to spend some time after a stressful day of bowls!
Great for children from 4 years of age up to the elderly (wheelchair suitable) who have not had contact with animals in their later life.
Last Tuesday, 12th November 2019, was the opening of the night social bowls program. The highlight of the night was the “turning on the lights” by local Federal Member for Mayo, Rebekha Sharkie MP, who has provided great support for … Continue reading →
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Come along on: Thursday 14th November 2019 POSTPONED UNTIL EARLY NEW YEAR
Members are advised that there are now new brochures in the Phil Hoffmann Travel Racks and on the opposite table.
Advice received is that Europe is selling fast so get in for your “Early Bird” savings. Don’t forget to remind your family and friends to mention the Hahndorf Bowling Club when booking. Any queries contact Graham Evans.
Our Club has received a $5000 Active Club Program Grant towards conducting programs that improves the service provided by the Club and/or costs of consumable equipment, uniforms or ground maintenance equipment. The Grant Program comes through the State Government Office for Recreation, Sport and Racing Funding Program.
State Member for Kavel, Dan Cregan MP presented a Certificate to President Chris Button on Friday following the completion of our Qube Logistics Pairs Tournament.
Members and their families are invited to visit the Phil Hoffmann Travel Expo on October 13th 2019. Entry is free and there are seminars covering a wide range of topics presented throughout the day.
Held at the Adelaide Convention Centre (Morphett St, Western Entrance) and open from 10am to 4pm.
Phil Hoffmann Travel are excellent sponsors of our Club so please ensure when-ever you make a booking mention you are a member of the Hahndorf Bowling Club. This ensures any booking is related back to their sponsorship.
Log on to: https://www.pht.com.au/seminars-and-events/travel-expo-2019 for more information about the Travel Expo.