Walking Group in action

The Walking Group brought forward the scheduled morning to May 17. The event, attended by 24 members, was held at the home of Des and Annette Gaynor and at the morning tea a special presentation was made to the club’s immediate Past President Lyn Stakenburg and her husband Robert, who having sold their Lake Albert home are preparing for their move to Goulburn.

The group doesn’t do time trials, or expect marathon walks, and is open to all, so why not come along and enjoy the friendship and morning tea?

About 26 members shared lunch at the Bridge Tavern Restaurant. Situated in the Riverina Hotel, opposite to Knight’s Meats and the old Hampden Bridge it always provides a homely atmosphere for a get together with friends.

The next lunch will be at The Rules Club.

A few members have indicated that they would like to be involved in a group that has an interest in photography.

Our May meeting was enhanced by good humour, warm fellowship and a feeling that we were looking forward to a year in which all the signs were good.

GUEST SPEAKERWITHtypical gusto, Phil Hoey related all the dramas and funny happenings as he took part again in the Kidney Kar Rally.

An annual event for this volunteer paramedic who has a passion for raising funds for Kidney Health Australia having been involved since 1994.

The Kar Rally is not Phil’s only involvement in supporting worthy causes, he also worked for 10 years with the Asthma Foundation and about five years with the Australian Heart Foundation.

That there was a lot of interest in what Phil had to say was proven by the number of questions that he answered at the conclusion of his talk.

As a token of gratitude for Phil’s talk, Bruce McAlister presented him with a pen that had been carved by club president, Murray Aitken.

Our speaker on June 28is Geoff Amos who will talk on the importance of the Riding for the Disabled facility.

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