SAVAGE CLUB Inc.
1st October 2019
I trust you are all coping with the Spring
weather, with it's intermittent showers and changing tempertures. Hang in there. It wont be long before we are complaining about the heat!
What a great variety of items
we had this month! A most enjoyable evening which included everything from Anne's original poem to some superb musical classics.
In case anyone else out there is confused, we have
been advised that it is better if the microphones are controlled from the sound desk, so please leave them turned on after using them.
Sound Gear Training
It was good to hear that a number of members
attended a session with a local technician to familiarize themselves with the sound desk operation. They found it most helpful and it will be beneficial to have extra helpers in the future. Thanks to Anne for arranging this.
The remainder of badges due for 2019 will be presented by President Ken at the October Korero.
are holding a trophy from last year, please bring it to the October Korero. You will have the opportunity to vote for this years recipients at the A.G.M.
Up – Coming Events
- A.G.MWednesday 13th November
7.30pm Stoke School Hall.
Points to think about
- We need
fresh faces (and ideas) on the council.
- Have you thought about a name change? Refer September
- Any new ideas for Summer Recess activities?
- Book Fair Saturday 30th November 2019
- 10am – 3pm Keep those books, C Ds and Vinyl
Date :- Wednesday 9th October
Time :- 7pm for a 7.30pm start
Place :- Stoke School Hall, Main Road, Stoke
Please bring:- a supper plate, $5 entry fee
There will be a quick fire raffle at $2 a ticket.
Your programme is encosed
Next Council Meeting
7pm. Wednesday 30th October 2019
Supper :- Mary and Brian
Biennial Conference Blenheim 19th - 21st
It is not too early to register for this event, Remember that
official business is only a small part of the weekend.
Most of the time is spent reconnecting with friends,
entertaining, being entertained and generally having fun.
Remember “ The Show Must Go On”