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Weekend Away

From Barb…

Weekend Away.

How lucky we were with the weather. No rain during the day, little wind and beautiful sunshine all the time. That is what confronted us last Friday night till Sunday morning, when a group of our Club members made their way down to Normanville and stayed in the Jetty Caravan Park in executive cabins. We occupied 6 cabins, and took over the mess room as well, which was equipped with  double kitchens and a large tv for the footy along with a wonderful log fire, and of course thanks must go to Peter Dineen for supplying most of the wood and bringing his chain saw as well. Friday night was combined entrée, appetizer and main courses and a few beers wines etc. Saturday breakfast saw us all over at the mess room again, bacon and eggs was the norm and then apart from Jenny and Ray Kinlay, the rest of us made our way to Wirrina, Myponga markets and then back again to Normanville for our bakery lunch followed by some much needed retail therapy, which was very forthcoming viagra dosage in Normanville and Yankalilla.

Afternoon coffees were at the Glazier Rock Café in Inman Valley which was very pleasant sitting in the sun and watching the water flowing freely.Then after a bit of r and r we had dinner at the Normanville Hotel where we met up with Maz and Kevin Warren and all enjoyed a cosy warm night in the Hotel.

After a few night caps back at the cabins, we all woke up fresh the next morning, deciding that it had been a lovely few days, relaxing and well worth taking the trouble to pack the car for the weekend.

Annual Dinner – 14 September

HURRY SPOTS ARE FILLING FAST!!

GET YOUR BOOKING IN NOW BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE!

PAYMENT TO BE MADE how much is viagra BY SEPTEMBER GENERAL MEETING TO MARY DUTCH OR EFT TO CLUB ACCOUNT AND AS THE REFERENCE USE YOUR SURNAME AND DINNER IE: CAIRE DINNER

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This years Sprite Club Annual Dinner is to be Held on Saturday 14th September at the Adelaide Royal Coach, 24 Dequetteville Terrace, Kent Town with a 6:30 for 7;00 pm start.

It will be a Carvery Menu:-

Soup

Cream of Butternut Pumpkin

Traditional Country Vegetable

Entrée

Veal Ravioli with Napolitana Sauce

Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce

Hot Roast

Mustard Crusted Roast Beef

Rolled Leg of Pork with Apple Sauce

Served with roast potatoes and seasonal vegetables

3 assorted salads

Desserts

Fruit Pavlova

Fruit Salad and Cream

Assorted Gateau

Chocolate Eclairs

Lemon Merringue Tartlet

Cheese

Selection of assorted cheeses

Tea & Coffee

With the Club subsidising the meal and generous sponsorship once again from Bentleys (thanks to Michael McClaren) we have got the price down to a low $25.00 per head.

Booking can be made either at the general meeting tomorrow night or by email to kevincaire@live.com or phone 0409 82 83 85

I look forward to seeing you there on the night.

Regards

Kevin Caire Ph:0409828385

Rally SOS Information Night – 16th of August Invitation

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In the sport of Rally it is competitors that play the vital role as first on scene and first intervention at womens viagra cheap no prescription the scene of a rally motor vehicle accident. Our aim as a small independent team of competitors and professionals in Fire Safety and Medicine is to educate, empower and better prepare our fellow competitors to respond safely, communicate wisely and provide appropriate first aid care at an accident scene. In light of recent tragedies in the rally community and for the love of rally we must look out for each other with a proactive safety first approach. The better prepared the easier the journey if the unforeseen occurs on a rally stage. All are welcome, so please join us for a Rally SOS information night.

When: Friday 16th August 2013

Time: 6:30 for 7 – 8:30

Venue: Adelaide High School

The Rally SOS team: Email : rallysos@hotmail.com

Kate Lehmann (Co-Driver, Synergy Rallysport), Josh Doyle (Driver, Synergy Rallysport), Naomi Tillett (Co-Driver, International Tarmac Rally Champion), Declan Dwyer (Driver, 2012 South Australian Rally Champion), Bruce Paix (Driver, Rally Ace and Rally Chief Medical Officer), Thien LeCong (Rally Chief Medical Officer Rally).

Annual Dinner – 14 September

This years Sprite Club Annual Dinner is to be Held on Saturday 14th September at the Adelaide Royal Coach, 24 Dequetteville Terrace, Kent Town with a 6:30 for 7:00 pm start.

It will be a Carvery Menu:-

Soup

Cream of Butternut Pumpkin

Traditional Country Vegetable

Entrée

Veal Ravioli with Napolitana Sauce

Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce

Hot Roast

Mustard Crusted Roast Beef

Rolled Leg of Pork with Apple Sauce

Served with roast potatoes and seasonal vegegetables

3 assorted salads

Desserts

Fruit Pavlova

Fruit Salad and Cream

Assorted Gateau

Chocolate Eclairs

Lemon Merringue Tartlet

Cheese

Selection of assorted cheeses

Tea & Coffee

With the Club subsidising the meal and generous sponsorship once again from Bentleys (thanks to Michael McLaren) we have got the price down to a low $25.00 per head.

Booking can be price check 50 mg viagra made either at the general meeting tomorrow night or by email to kevincaire@live.com or phone 0409 82 83 85

I look forward to seeing you there on the night.

Mid Week Run – Wrap up

Kevin and Rose Caire, Michael McClaren , David and Diane Low, Peter Stanley and Garry Beaton met up at Gepps’s Cross to start off on the Northern Run organized by Michael McClaren. Michael took an extended morning tea and lunch break and came straight from his office to honor his commitment to the day and returned to his office at the end of the run, thanks Michael for that effort.

Only two Sprites braved the anticipated bad weather, Peter Stanley and Garry Beaton have Sprites made of Sterner Stuff and civilian vehicles made up the numbers. It was nice to welcome Peter back again after a long absence in his repainted M2 Sprite complete with racing numbers etc, Peter is a keen Hill Climb competitor in his Sprite. We proceeded up the Northern Highway to Gawler avoiding the many Huge Semi trailers that came past us to Gawler where nature overtook Garry Beaton’s self control and a wee break was needed, its a long from Lenswood on a cold morning. Next stop was at the Local Winery at lyndoch where we sampled various wines which must have been appealing as some of us purchased some bottles, I personally find it hard to balance a bottle of wine on my knees whilst driving a Sprite, that done off to the Williamstown for a prebooked lunch and I think everyone enjoyed their lunch.

Much frivolity and discussion took place and we all got to know of the Endearing terms Garry Beaton’s 93 year old mother calls him (cannot be posted on our site). After the long lunch we proceeded to the Cudlee Creek Area and Corkscrew sections corkscrew

 

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of the Tarmac Rally and finally all made our own way home buy viagra cialis levitra home. The weather was very kind to us and the sunshine was great , good company, nice lunch again thanks to Michael for organizing this Midweek run , Garry Beaton

Marshalls needed – Sunday 21 July

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The club has been asked to provide marshalls for this coming Sunday’s MSCA super Sprint event at Mallala.  If anyone can help out you need to be at the track by 8.15 to be allocated a task.

It has been the habit lately to allow marshalls to do a couple of passenger laps of the track at lunch time so that viagra pills australia may encourage a few more of you to come out for the day! (This will have to be confirmed)

Each marshall is provided a lunch of a salad roll (ham/cheese/beef salads) with a slice of cake and a piece of fruit. It is a good day and well worth the effort.

Mid Week Run Wednesday 17th July

There is a mid-week run on Wednesday 17th July.

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An interesting route through the northern Adelaide Hills has been set culminating in a couple of tricky tarmac stages around the forest and Fox Creek.

Where to meet: City Dismantlers car park on Pt Wakefield Road, near the corner with Grand Junction Road.

When to meet: 10am for 10.30am

Where we’re going:     In simple terms we will take a run through Elizabeth to Gawler, then on to Lyndoch and stopping for lunch at the Williamstown Hotel. Then it’s heading tothe old Chain of Ponds hamlet, driving the Cudlee Creek & Fox generic viagra online Creek courses, over to Lobethal and back to Cudlee Creek. Some might grab a coffee at Cudlee Creek, others will head their various ways home.

The plan is to try to miss morning and evening peak hour traffic and be in before sunset.