DECEMBER

 

Social

 

Function

Date: Saturday, 2 December

Type:  Christmas Dinner

Grade:  N/A

Leader: Ian Baseby

2017 RRC CHRISTMAS PARTY

West Pymble Bicentennial Club

Prince of Wales Drive, West Pymble

 

Join your fellow members for a fun evening of barefoot bowls (optional) from 5.00pm followed at 7.00pm by a buffet BBQ dinner of beef, salmon and turkey with salads.  Afterward, steamed plum pudding with custard, cream and ice cream then tea & coffee.  Members can pay on entry.  Barefoot bowls is $10 p/p and dinner is $29 p/p.  Drinks and snacks can be purchased at the bar.

Each person should bring a wrapped gift to a value to $10, which is suitable for either sex, for the Secret Santa present. Please, no names or identification on the wrapping.

 

To assist with catering, please advise Ian Baseby by 27th November if you would like to attend.  Plenty of on-site parking.

Date:  Wednesday, 20 December

Type:  General Meeting

Grade:  Meeting

Leader:  Club President

GENERAL MEETING

 

NORTHERN BEACHES LAND ROVER

790 PITTWATER ROAD, BROOKVALE

 

Join members for the final meeting of the year and share a supper of Christmas food and cheer.

Meeting starts at 8.00pm

Supper will be served after the meeting

Bring a chair.

Date: Mon, 25 Dec -  Mon, 1 Jan, 2018

Type:  Extended camping trip

Grade:  C

Leader:  Ted Rayment

CAMPING at OLD GEEHI HUT

 

The Club's traditional camping in the Kosciusko NP at Old Geehi on the river.  Come when you can, leave when you must.  This is a holiday for complete resting and relaxing.  A terrific family break with several guided trips through the National park, swimming and li-lo's in the river, dinner at the club in Khancoban, read a book and enjoy a terrific New Years Eve around the campfire (weather permitting). Then ease into 2018.

 

Register with Ted, before 20th December, for details and directions.

Date: Tue, 26 Dec -  Mon, 1 Jan, 2018

Type:  Extended camping trip

Grade:  C

Leader: Mario & Miran Poli

The BARRINGTONS

 

Take a break and explore the many secrets of Barrington Tops.  Come when you can, leave when you must!  Optional activities include horse riding its rolling hills, canoeing its whitewater, mountain biking down its ridgelines, traversing its 4wd tracks, strolling its bush walks, or simply doing nothing and relaxing!

We will base ourselves at Camp Cobark. Suitable for all forms of camping, including glampers in vans, though quotas apply.

Except for some 4wd tracks which require high clearance, this trip is suitable for all members.

Contact Mario for more information.