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Newsletter - June 2019
President's Message

I would like to remind all members that the Club’s Annual General Meeting will be held on Sunday 25 August 2019 at the Clubhouse commencing at 11 AM.
 
We still have positions available on the Management Committee and for Selectors, so if you would like to participate please place your name on the nomination forms on the Club’s notice board.
 
Winter Bowls continues (weather permitting) on  Wednesdays (Drawn Teams), Fridays (Nominated Pairs)  and Saturdays (Drawn Teams). All games commence at 1:00 PM with names in by 12:30 PM on the day.
 
Our Club Coach Peter Collins is available for coaching lessons for new and existing members. If you would like a lesson you can contact Peter directly on 0412 462 691

Michael Grace
President

Club Committee 2018/2019
Executive:

Michael Grace        President
Vacant                   Vice President
June Worthington   Secretary
Pat Joyce               Treasurer
Committee:

Vacant                  Captain of Men’s Bowls
Loretta Faneco      Captain of Ladies Bowls
Vacant                  Chair of Grounds
Mark Robertson     Chair of House
Vicki Eva               Chair of Social
Jeff Adams            Chair of Bar
Vacant                  Chair of Sponsorship
Ladies Bowls
Innaloo Winter Competition. Mosman Park Ladies are performing well in the winter bowling competition, hosted by the Innaloo Bowling Club, coming third in series one. The final match in series one was on 4th of June with series two starting the following week. 
Winter Bowls Programme
To enter, put your name on the list on the Men's notice board or contact the Club on 9384 7951 or info@mossies.com.au during office hours (Monday to Thursday).
 
Every Wednesday
Drawn Teams

Any Gender
1 pm start
Names in by 12.30 pm
$8 entry fee
Dress: mufti

 
Every Friday
Pairs

Any Gender 
1 pm Start
Names in by 12 noon
$20 per team entry
Dress: mufti

 
Every Saturday
Drawn Teams

Any Gender
1 pm Start
Names in by 12.30pm
$8 entry fee
Dress: mufti
Well winter is at last upon us, bringing a smile to the faces of the many farmers, pastoralists and graziers among our members, but putting a dampener on some of the bowling activity over the past month. However, when the rain has kept away, the greens have been open and play has taken place.

On Wednesday 5th June, a new bowls format was trialed, with ten four member drawn teams of mixed gender and skills, playing quins, a five match competition involving one 13 end singles, two 9 end pairs, one 11 end triples, and one 11 end fours, each team member playing in three matches. The day produced plenty of spirited friendly competition, and was thoroughly enjoyed by all . Hopefully this event will become a regular fixture in the Club calendar. Our thanks to Perter Collins who proposed, organised and ran the event, to Ruth and Ian Lilly for providing afternoon tea, and to new Club sponsor, Mosman Park Lottery Centre and Newsagency, for providing scratchies as spot prizes for "touchers" during the course of the day, and systems lotto tickets for the placegetters.

Results:

Wednesday 5 June Quins: 10 four member drawn teams

Winners:           Bruce Frederickson, Guy Hagan, Ruth Lilly and Andy Mercader
Runners up:      Sandy Everest, Graeme Hughes, Ian Lilly and Brian Page
Third:                Alison Buckingham, Mari Noffsinger, Patrick James and Marg Povey

Wednesday 12 June drawn teams

Winners:           Graeme Hughes, Ruth Lilly and Debbie Neaves
Runners up:      Paul Monger, Audrey Stokes and Sue Epis
Third:                 June Wortington, Andy McGlew and Don Tremaine

Friday 14 June pairs

Winners:           Jeff Adams and Chris McKenna
Runners up:      Mike Grace and Bob Kershaw

Saturday 15 June drawn teams

Winners:            Ken Parker, Vicky Stratton and Graeme Hughes
Runners up:       John Solomon, Carol Gowenlock and Jenny Parker

Wednesday 19 June drawn teams

Winners:            Ian Lilly, Sheila Binns, John Solomon and Bruce Frederickson
Runners up:       Paul Monger, Jeanette Muir, Don Tremain and Denis Mullenger
Third:                 Maria McCormack,Carol Gowenlock, Robbie Martin and Debbie Neaves

Friday 21 June pairs

Winners:            John Clarke and Ian Lilly
Runners up:       Brian Page and Ian Thomas
Second Round   Keith Manton and Denis Mullenger

Friday 28 June pairs

Winners:            Damian and Jeff Adams
Runners up:       Keith Manton and Denis Mullenger
Second Round   Bob Kershaw and Steve Swanson

Saturday 29 June scroungers

Winners:          Brian Page, Marie Hagan and Sheila Binns


Wednesday 3 July drawn teams

Winners:           Maria McCormack, John Clarke, Toby Roney and Don Tremaine
Runners up:      Ian Lilly, Jeannette Muir, Patrick James and Simon Lilly
Third:                 Ron Hassell, Digby Burges and Mari Noffsinger
Development Fund Donors
Members should be aware by now that you can make tax deductible donations through the Australian Sports Foundation to help support the Club . Donors are recognised by having their names published in the Club newsletter in the month following their donation. The amount of each donation is kept confidential.
 
Donors for June, each of whom the Club wishes to thank enormously are:
Del Adams
Damian Adams
Jeff Adams
Kerry Andersen
Gaye Atkinson
Tom Atkinson
Lena Barrett
Mike Bignell
Renate Coote
Tony Cox
Sue Epis



 
Robin Kempton
Anthony Maddern
Alan McGillvray
Andrew McGlew
Paul Monger
John O’Byrne
Graham Pope
Geoff Ryan
Gill Vivian

 
Club Elections and Annual General Meeting
Nominations have been called for the following positions on the Club Management Committee for 2019/20:
 
     President
     Vice President
     Secretary
     Treasurer
     Captain of Men’s Bowls
     Captain of Ladies Bowls
     Chairperson of Bar
     Chairperson of Grounds
     Chairperson of House
     Chairperson of Social
     Chairperson of Sponsorship
 
Nominations have also been called for Men’s Selectors for 2019/20.
 
Nominations for the above positions will close on Sunday 28 July 2019.
 
Members interested in nominating for any of the above positions should put their names on the nomination forms on the Club’s notice board.
 
The Club AGM will be held at the Club on Sunday 25 August 2019 commencing at 11 AM.
Bar
Bar Manager Our new Bar Manager, Nicole Weatherhead, is settling in and is starting to add her personal touch to bar operations. Nicole would like to thank all members for the warm welcome she has been given.
 
Beer of the Month  The Club is introducing a stubby of the month to go with the beer of the month.
  • Beer of the month of July is Little Creatures Rogers with $7.00 pints
  • Stubby of the month of July is Tooheys Old at $3.00.
Raffles. Revamped Friday night raffles are back, thanks to Trevor (Tamba) Maybank and Simon Joel who have volunteered to run them, along with assistance from Nicole Weatherhead. 
  • Lotto Tickets - Six lotto draws will be held, with cost of entry $1.00 per number.
  • Meat packs - Three draws will be held for quality meat packs, with cost of entry $1.00 per number.
  • Members Jackpot - Free draw for full, restricted and social members for $50.00 of bar credit. Member must be present at the draw (round 6:00 PM) to collect. If not claimed the prize will jackpot $25.00 each week to a maximum of $2000.00. This raffle will be commencing shortly.
Parmi and Pint (or Glass of Wine) Nights. Parmigiana and pint nights are due to commence on Thursday 11 July, and will run each Thursday night until the end of August. Service will be from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM, with last orders at 7:00 PM. Please pre-order if you are able, to assist the chefs.

Jeff Adams
Chair of Bar
Bowls Link
Whole-Of-Sport IT Platform

Bowls Australia, in partnership with the State and Territory Associations, has developed a new tailor-made IT system for all levels of the sport, inclusive of a modern competition management system, a centralised connected membership database system, and new and improved websites.

Primary Focus

  • Ensuring the system is relevant/valid and offers utility and accessibility for all stakeholder groups
  • Growth, adaptability/flexibility and development of the system into the future
  • The potential for commercial opportunities derived from the system

Database

  • Interact with all levels of hierarchy
  • Can communicate directly in bulk to specific group members
  • Provide the ability to store associations/districts/zones and club locator and office bearer information which is easily accessible to the public
  • Provide a historical record of every member’s involvement in our sport
  • Provide the ability for each member to update contact information, register club membership, register for events and make payments through the system
  • Allow for easy transfer of players from club to club/state to state
  • Potential signing up/log in via social media accounts
  • Allow members registered for multiple clubs to be able to declare which club they will represent in competition
  • Include effective and relevant way to deal with deceased members

Competition Management

  • Link with the whole of sport database to capture the historical involvement of each participant in our sport
  • Provide for all disciplines
  • Provide options for all scoring formats of play
  • Provide members and the general public ease of access to results and scheduling
  • Provide options for tournament formats
  • Enable the communication of selection to members (email, SMS, Push notifications).
  • Allow for entrants who have entered to be placed into draws automatically (no export and add).
  • Allow clubs to enter teams and individuals/clubs into competitions at district/state/national level.
  • Allow for events that do not link to competitions (Awards dinners, club functions)

Social Media

  • The ability to promote the use of Social sites (Facebook/Twitter/YouTube/etc.) accounts on BA, STA, associations/districts/zones and club websites.
  • Potential to introduce location based services.
  • Development of a smart device (phone and tablet/iPad) Bowls application

Websites

  • Provide an easy to use website builder and domain name for all affiliated organisations
  • Provide ease of access for prospective member through an interlinked club locator system
  • There is no cost to access the new Bowls Link whole-of-sport system. Any affiliated bowls club/district/zone/region is eligible to receive a free website under the BowlsLink model.
Bowls Link training sessions, focussing mainly on club databases, are being held for club delegates in early July.
Around The Club
New Members. The Club welcomes the following new members:

Ben Ackerman            Social Member
Jane Ayres                 Social Member
Nathan Busio              Social Member
Shaun Cameron          Social Member
James Gibson             Social Member
Tim Jones                   Social Member
Rjys Lloyd                   Social Member
Cameron Robins          Social Member
Claire Ruiter                Social Member
Justin Short                Social Member
Sponsors
VIVIAN'S MARKET REPORT


WHERE ARE YOU RETIRING TO?

Over the last few months we have come across so many seniors who are just unsure of what their next step is going to be.  We encourage all seniors to take the time to actually consider what options are available to them now and in the future.

Preparation now, whilst you might not yet be in need of a change, can provide the best outcome for you and your family in the future when the transition time comes.

The seniors that are now heading towards 75+ should be exploring what their options are.  It’s extremely important to take a number of items into consideration when making these decisions;
  • Your (and your partner’s) physical and mental health needs
  • Mobility issues
  • How close to transport are you?
  • Family and friends - are they close?
  • Socialisation opportunities (if you want them)
  • Proximity to health care and other services
  • Maintenance of the house and yard
  • Need for in-home care
Please find below a brief list of some of the options that could be made available to you:

1. Lease for Life Option
To break it down for you quickly (as you should seek advice from the organizations themselves), it’s a much cheaper buy in option with a weekly/monthly fee for up keep and maintenance and you will lose a percentage (% ) upon your death. These were selling around the low to mid $400K’s now they are in the low $300K’s.  On site care is usually also available.

2. Retirement Independent Apartments/Villas
There are lots more options here but of course it could be potentially double the cost if not a bit more to buy in.  Strata fee’s apply, and are sometimes nominated also as a maintenance fee.  There are some good ones in the Western Suburbs but buy in’s are more around the mid $700K’s and upwards.

3. Over 55’s Complex
This option which is usually a complex of 20 or so villas and the only stipulation is that you are over the age of 55. Strata fee’s would apply on a quarterly basis. This is considered as independent living and only should be considered for those people that are healthy.
 
 Other options could be:

Within some aged care facilities like ‘Aged Care 101’ they offer:

Retirement Villages
Land Lease Communities
Serviced Apartments
Home Care Retirement Villages
Co-Located Villages
Rental villages

If none of those appeal to you and you want to stay in your home we suggest asking yourself these questions:
  • Does the size of your home suit your current situation?
  • Does your current neighborhood/location suit your needs?
  • Are you financially going to be able to age in your current home?
  • Do you have the options of putting in a Granny flat?
  • Can my home accommodate in-home care services?
If you still unsure and want to have a chat about your options please give us a call. This might just be the perfect time for you to have a conversation with us regarding how we can get you organized and into the home that will suit all of your needs, as especially at the moment there are some really great downsizing options on offer to the market.

Gill Vivian
P: (08) 9384 4600
M: 0415 853 926
E: gill@viviansresidential.com
 
Please Support Club Sponsors

 Please support our Sponsors. Sponsors contribute significantly, financially and in other ways to help support the Club, and members are urged to seriously consider using their services and to mention them to family and friends. Sponsor lists are displayed at the Club, on our website and in newsletters.

If you are interested in becoming a Club Sponsor please contact Mike Grace 0412 920 747 or mjgrace@bigpond.com
 
Mike Grace
SPONSORS
(Click Links Below to Access Website)
 
Vivian's Residential
Black Swan Events
Ultimo Catering 
Liquor Barons Mosman Park
Infinitas Finance
Pool & Spa Mart Mosman Park
Iceberg Media
Haddow Electrical
Carz 4 U
 
EBM Insurance Brokers
Wok n Roll
Hello World Claremont
The Foot Studio
Mosman Park Pharmacy
Southern Plus Aged Care
Mosman Park Lottery Centre and Newsagency
Curtin Heritage
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