Fish N Chip Run, Sunday 17th Jan


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It’s a long way to go to eat a piece of dead fish! Who would leave a swim in the pool or a cool drink in the luxury of their air conditioned home to go for a 2 hour drive on a Saturday afternoon with the temperature at 36 degrees plus?

Well, over 50 people in 27 Minis and 12 Sprites were crazy enough to drive to Woy Woy on Saturday 17th January for the annual combined fish and chip run.

We set out from Dural around 2.30pm and wound our way down to Wiseman’s Ferry, across to Spencer, up Mangrove Mountain and onto the Central Coast Highway. There was hardly any traffic and some beaut scenery along the way.

Minis and Sprites were parked all around the Fisherman’s Wharf drawing a lot of attention from the locals. Everyone enjoyed fresh fish and chips, cold drinks, ice creams and a good yarn before powering down the highway for home.

It was good to see Cindy and John and others who live on the central coast. Many thanks to the Sprite Car Club and especially Avis Fowler!

Thanks Tam Thompson

Bowling Night at Tenpin City

Saturday, 22nd November 2014

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Two Games including shoe hire for $18:00, a variety of Pizza’s available (at your own expense) so come along and have a fun night at Tenpin City 114/92 Parramatta Rd, Lidcombe. Be there for a 6:30pm start so RSVP to Emma by 14th November 2014 for more information contact Emma on 9605 8857 or Lee-Ann’s mobile on 0412 151 393

Gus Staunton Points

Rathmines Catalina Festival

Hi All The Rathmines Festival is on tomorrow Saturday 25th October 2014, so if you would like to attend your are more than welcome as club plated cars are.

Rathmines Park, Stilling St Rathmines.

The Rathmines Catalina Festival is held each year to commemorate the rich history of the WWII RAAF Base. Catalina flying boats arrived at the Rathmines RAAF Base in 1941 and it became the largest RAAF flying boat base in the southern hemisphere with almost 3,000 personnel in 1944-45.

Now in its 8th year, the festival promotes the significance of the Base both locally and nationally and aims to educate the wider community about the Base and the significance it holds.

But the festival is not only about history and education, it’s also about fun and excitement and a great day out for the Catalina enthusiast and also for the whole family. Come and enjoy the interesting past as well as exciting Air Acrobatics and many other displays and shows in one of the most beautiful settings around Lake Macquarie.

More Info at