Its that time of year again when bowlers are required to express their desire to represent the Para Hills Bowling Club in the 2015 / 2016 lawn bowls season. Members are requested to advise if they are able to represent the Club on a Wednesday, Thursday or Saturday by placing their names on the lists provided at the Club. If members are unable to get to the Club, as an alternative, members may either call the club on (08) 8285 6744 or email Christine Reardon, the Chairperson of Selectors, at email@example.com It is imperative that members register their desires in order that teams may be formed and the appropriate registrations made. Members are encouraged to register their desires ASAP.
Unfortunately Cheryl’s Kitchen Cuisine will not be operating during the winter months due to administrative reasons. As a great alternative the Board of Management has decided to open the Club’s doors on the first Friday of every month for a Pizza and Fun night. Further details are available on the Club News Page.
As members are aware Christine Reardon has taken up the position of Chairperson of Selectors. Expressions of interest are now called for from any member wishing to take up the role of selector. Three or four selectors are required, depending on the number of Divisions in which teams will be entered. Any member wishing to take up a selectors position for the coming bowls season, please submit your expression of interest to Christine in writing by either handing it to her or a member of the Bowls Committee at the Club, or by emailing it to Christine at the following address, firstname.lastname@example.org Expressions of interest are required to be submitted by 15 July 2015 to enable the Bowls Committee to make the necessary selections. Further announcements in relation to these positions will be made in early August 2015.
The Board of Management of the Para Hills Bowling Club wish to extend a word of thanks to all members who attended the 2015 Annual General Meeting on the morning of Sunday 3 May 2015. The outcome of the AGM is outlined on the Club News Page. Members will see there exist a number of club vacancies. Our President urges all members to consider filling the vacant positions and looks forward to working with the newly elected team.
SA Heath advise that “South Australia can experience long periods of extreme heat. During our long heatwaves it is easy to become dehydrated and for the body to become overheated. If this happens, heat cramps, heat exhaustion or even heatstroke may develop. It is very important for everyone to know what the effects of extreme heat are, who is at risk and what to do to prepare for and cope during times of extreme heat.” All members are encouraged to consult the SA Health publication, Extreme Heat Guide and take the recommended precautions.