The Big Draw is our Rotary Club’s main fund-raising event of the year. The event is held at Grey Junior School and is a great evening to be had. The purchase of a ticket to Big Draws gives you entry into our evening’s draw as well as a feast of finger foods and refreshments. There are three main cash prizes to be won with lots of other lucky draw items. The money raised at this event are used to fund the clubs various projects.
We look forward to seeing you at our event on the 23rd November 2017.
The Rotary Club of Algoa Bay sold Boerewors rolls at the Muck Run this weekend as a club fundraiser. What a great way to celebrate fellowship and raise funds to support our project.
On the 11th April 2017, our Rotary Club celebrated their annual charter Dinner. on This year, the club turned 59!
During the evening, Rtn Tommy Bornman addressed the club about his work and in marine biology. A new member was also inducted – welcome Placide Ebongue.
The 2nd FNB Eastern Cape Wine Show takes place at the Boardwalk Convention Centre on Thursday and Friday 28th and 29th July 2016.
Tickets cost R160 (unlimited samplings, includes tasting glass and wine show guide) … BUT…
tickets bought through Rotary are selling for R130 !
PE wine lovers should make it a date night for an evening of great wine tastings. Engage with winemakers or their marketing representatives while tasting an array of more than 150 of South Africa’s best wines – all available for both sampling and purchase via Shop@Show. Refreshments are available for sale at the show. See www.easterncapewineshow-pe.co.za for more detail. No entry to under 18s, babies and prams.
EXHIBITOR BOOKINGS : http://www.outsorceress.co.za/fnb_eastern_cape_wine_show_port_elizabeth/booking-info.asp
The FNB Eastern Cape Wine Show PE has partnered with Uber, Everybody’s Private Driver, to transport you safely and in style. Uber is an on-demand service that seamlessly connects passengers with a private driver via a smartphone app. All new users can sign up via www.uber.com, with the promo code FNBWINE16 to receive a free first ride up to R100. To request a ride, simply download the free application for iPhone, Android, Blackberry 7, or visit the mobile site: m.uber.com
Louis Rossouw and Johann van der Walt went to Vosburg on their annual Weg/Ry Bull Run trip. This year they went with a Merc and chose as their theme to go as Lucha Libre Wrestlers. They won the “Gees beker” and a price of over R2 000 for their effort out of a 120 teams! Well done boys- keep it up!!
For a good laugh and more information on this visit and like their Facebook page at: https://facebook.com/rowwerasrof
Louis extreme left in red and blue and Johann in black second from right
Johann contemplating the teams next move on the “pan”
Congratulations to Kevin Mills on becoming a grandfather for the first time! Enjoy this special time.
Mike Wood went sailing around the Greek islands and commented on the progress made with maintenance and upkeep of the islands in comparison to a few years ago when he also visited Greece.
Roy Jones and his wife had a lovely eight day break to the Seychelles- you lucky fish!
Cameron Scott and Tony Oshry had an amazing sailing trip around the Seychelles Islands. Beautiful moments were captured with a camera. The trip saw an awful lot of eating and not a great amount of sailing!
Peter Long’s daughter and son in law did the half iron man in Mallorca Spain,but she hit a cat and damaged her bike. It was sort of fixed, but only had one gear for the rest of the race. Her husband caught up with her but 1 km before the end of the race she passed out and had to be taken to hospital in Spain. His son in law ran to the hospital as he was not allowed to accompany his wife in the ambulance –a distance of 5km instead of finishing the race with 1km left! They then booked for Durban to run the Iron man as his daughter was determined to finish an Iron man. Great news is that they both completed the Iron man in Durban. The Durban Iron man is not as well run as our local PE Iron man. Peter’s son in law did the event in 5h11min and his daughter 7 hours – well done!!
Gareth Chamier shared about his family holiday to the West Coast. They also took the children to Disney on Ice in Cape Town. It was a great show, but the popcorn was R90 a box!!!! Crazy. They also went to Langebaan, St. Helena Bay and many other beautiful places along the West Coast.
Ken Munro and Bill Williams had a lovely break away to Umngazi River Mouth with their wives. The trip was aimed at doing at little as possible, which was achieved!
Well done to Moya Rossouw for being elected as the Chairperson of SEDRA (South Eastern Dispute Resolution Association), an association aimed at the training of mediators and providing mediation services to the public. Over 60 legislative pieces in South Africa requires compulsory mediation before parties to a dispute can resort to litigation making SEDRA’s efforts all the more invaluable.
Poor Godfrey van Graan lost a finger in an unexpected altercation with a very angry dog at one of his work sites.
In preparation for the up and coming Argus Cycle Race in March, Jeff Ilsley, Les Kirkland and Cameron Scott all participated in the Herald Cycle race. Everyone experienced it as a difficult race due to the wet weather conditions which made visibility difficult.
In addition, Jeff celebrated his 70th birthday with his family at the Storms River chalets. Jeff’s three sons’ lives in different parts of the world, but all visited for the celebrations, which made it extra special. One of his birthday presents was a tandem skydiving jump with one of his son’s at Plettenberg bay- not bad for an old timer!
Trevor Long’s luck turned (after last week’s whole in one!) when he fell into his own pool while he cleaned it.
Congratulations to Jeff Stafford who was elected as the President of the Humewood CPU!