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Yerong Creek the superior bowlers

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IN THElast Odewahn Shield game for the year Lockhart was soundly beaten by a superior Yerong Creek team, loosingtwo rinks to one.
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Scores were not available but by all reports the day was played in a very friendly manner.Congratulations Yerong Creek Connection.

On Sunday, Peter Jenkinson, Max Montgomery, Brian Blake and Barry Love travelled to Junee to play in the Junee Annual Fours Competition.

Lockhart unfortunately got pipped at the post finishing as runners-up on the day.

Lockhart Bowling Club presentation day will be held on Sunday, November 29with bowls at 2pm.

Names must be in before Sunday.This will be followed by tea and presentation of awards.

Members are reminded that the greens will be going out on November 30 for maintenance.

Everyone is urged to watch the club notice board for the upcoming Christmas party.

Patrons and members are thanked for their continuing support and we wish one and all a very happy festive season.

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Picture purrfect for festive season

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Christmas is just around the corner. Capture the season with a pet Santa photo this weekend and help the Eurobodalla branch of the RSPCA at the same time.
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Dress up in your festive outfits, put a Santa hat on your furry friend and head into Batemans Bay on Saturday for Christmas pet photos.

The photo day will be held at Petstock Batemans Bay on November 28 from 10am to 2pm. It is $5 per booking, withall money going tothe Eurobodalla RSPCA.

“The money will help us help local animals in need,” Eurobodalla RSPCA president Megan Garrett said.

“Children can also be in the photo, so dress up, bring your camera along or if you don’t have a camera let us take the pic for you and come and say hi to Santa this Saturday, it is always lots of fun.”

To book, call Petstockon 4472 8011.

The RSPCAis seekingtowels.

“Withkitten season here and many animals coming intocareover the Christmas period,we are inneed of extras,” Ms Garrett said.

If you have towels you would like to donate, call Megan on 0429 488 200.

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Hole-in-one

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Hole-in-one Peter Willcox, Ernie Whitehead, Dean West and David McCleish.
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Stephen Piddington, Denevan Schulz, Dylan Pool, and Waughn Saunders.

Michael O’Toole and Tom Edwards.

Graham Pfeiffe, Phil Collins, Waide Harris and Mark Collins.

Ray Mildren and John Ervine.

Mick Last, Mark Leman and John Walpole.

Bruce Grant, David Bowring and Neville Farrugia.

Alex Beggs, James Paton and Nick Fraser.

THREESOME: Stevenson, Laurie Farugia and Nick Georgiou at the Cameron Thompson Memorial Golf tournament. Pictures: ELENOR TEDENBORG

Andrew Harper, Bruce Walpole, John Roberts and Xavier Trollope.

David Guy, Stephen Hudson, Gary Burton and Rodd Harding.

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“The scholarship will have a huge influence on my career and I would like to thank everyone involved in the day,” said Ms Day.

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Veteran served as mechanic

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Geoff Kohler was undertaking his motor mechanic apprentice when he was conscripted into the army in 1968.
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After his initial training at Puckapunyal for three months, Mr Kohler was then posted to Warradale in Adelaide for nine months.

He was then sent to Vietnam where he spent the next 206 days attached to the 102 field Workshop RAEME.

Mr Kohler felt he was very lucky to continue as a motor mechanic.

Whilst in Vietnam, other than the war conditions, he remembers loading the HMAS Sydney in Australia and also unloading the same ship in Vietnam.

He met Roger Soar, a fellow conscript, and Colleen Mealy, an Army Nursing Officer, both from Port Augusta.

After returning to Australia, Mr Kohler returned to Woodforde Motors which he eventually owned.The RSL at that time was not very welcoming to Vietnam vets so he did not join until his son, Adam, started playing darts and pool at the club.

Over the years Mr Kohler has been president (2001 to 2005) and since then senior vice president often presiding over commemorative services, taking school groups through the museum and other official duties.

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Back in the black

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AFTER almost coming close to having to shut its doors, the Leeton Soldiers Club has achieved a significant turnaround.
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It has been about two-and-a-half years since the club was placed into voluntary administration, but the business is showing promising signs for the future.

For the 2014-15 financial year, the club posted a financial trading profit of $87,714.

It is the first time in many years the club has recorded a profit after many years of being deeply in the red.

Early next year the club will be required to finalise all of its payments to creditors under its deed of company arrangement (DOCA).

This final action will have seen the club “retire” about $1.3 million in debts over a three-year period.

Once this occurs, the club will no longer be in voluntary administration.

Club secretary-manager Adam McIntyre said the road ahead was still long, but it was pleasing to report on a positive year.

“It’s been a hard slog, but the light is at the end of the tunnel,” he said.“We definitely want to thank the community and our members for all of theirsupport.

“Without them we definitely would have had to close our doors back in 2012.Once again our board has been instrumental in delivering this financial result.

“(Their) patience, desire and skill has helped us continue on our path in becoming a sustainable and commercially-viable business in the future, while still embracing and supporting our community as strongly as in the past.”

During the year, the club’s directors have also created a five-years strategic plan that addresses the areas of finance, operations, marketing, staff, governance, security, food and beverage and future investment.

Mr McIntyre said the club was well aware there were still many improvements to be made.

“We’re in an ageing building and where we can we will certainly be upgrading,” he said.

“Once we’re out of voluntary administration there will obviously be more freedom allowed to us, but we still need to be careful.”

In his annual report, board president Barry Greatz was also impressed with the result.

“The next 12 months will see some important strategic decisions being considered by (the) board,” Mr Greatz said. “This time next year will see us free of the burden of the DOCA and hopefully in a strong enough position to implement some of the targets in the strategic plan.”

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