Hi all, I hope you enjoyed the time visiting some other Clubs and other organisations. Iisa, Ingrid, Kerry, Carol, Ros & I attended Kenthurst last Monday night. Iisa and Ingrid were the Guest Speakers.
A couple of things happened this week, so I decided to reiterate the following:- We have our Calendar which is high level of what we are doing, and this is updated on a weekly basis on our Web page. What I believed we were missing was a calendar which has the detail of each event in the Calendar and thus we developed "What's On" e.g., for our BBQ at Castle Hill Bunnings you can look at "What's On" and it will tell you: where, date, time, who is on what Roster and who is organising the event, and this is kept up to date. This also saves the Club sending emails all the time with updates.
On the 17th of July at our Technology Night, we loaded the link to both the Calendar and "What's On" onto many people's phones so this information was at your fingertips. We have completed a number of people since then also. If you do not have these links on your phone and you would like them, can you pls see Andrew Little at your earliest convenience.
Keith has also put these links on the front page of the Web site and on the Bulletin for everyone's convenience. Hope this helps everyone and try out the links below.
A flying saucer landed at a gas station on a lonely country road. The two space aliens inside seemed completely unconcerned about detection; in fact, the letters "UFO" were emblazoned in big, bold letters on one side of their shiny craft. As the station owner stood and gawked in silence, paralyzed with shock, his young blonde attendant nonchalantly filled up the tank and waved to the two aliens as they took off. "Do you realize what just happened?" the station owner finally uttered. "Yeah," said the blonde attendant. "So?" "Didn't you see the space aliens in that vehicle?!" "Yeah," repeated the blonde attendant. "So?" "Didn't you see the letters 'UFO' on the side of that vehicle?!" "Yeah," repeated the blonde attendant. "So?" "Don't you know what 'UFO' means?!" The blonde attendant rolled his eyes. "Good grief, boss! I've been working here for six years. Of course, I know what 'UFO' means 'Unleaded Fuel Only.'"
The Club alternates meetings: Generally, one "Face to Face" one Monday and a Zoom meeting the next Monday. Face to Face Meet at The Vicar Arrive 6:30pm, Start 7:00pm, End 9:00pm 271 New Line Rd Dural NSW 2128 Australia Zoom Arrive 7:15pm Start 7:30pm End 8:30pm