So­cial hub at club

Manager with a vi­sion

Isis Town and Country - - News -

ISIS Club’s new manager Kerry Smythe is hop­ing to make the club a key des­ti­na­tion for lo­cals and vis­i­tors to the re­gion.

Mrs Smythe was re­cently pro­moted to the role af­ter work­ing at the club as of­fice manager for 18 months.

The club has not had a hands-on manager for a few years and Mrs Smythe said she would work to bring more unique events and func­tions to the club and the re­gion.

“We want to make use of th­ese great fa­cil­i­ties,” she said.

“We have started cor­po­rate bowls on a Wed­nes­day night and we have in­vited com­mu­nity groups and lo­cal busi­nesses to sub­mit a team.

“We have about six teams at the mo­ment and would love to have more.”

Also in the pipe­line, Mrs Smythe said there would be a ma­jor poker shootout tour­na­ment on Satur­day, May 30 and a street ma­chine and hot rod car show in Septem­ber.

“We want to bring unique things to Childers that wouldn't nor­mally hap­pen here,” she said.

The Isis Club is lo­cated at 46 Churchill St.

Kerry Smythe We want to bring unique things to Childers that wouldn’t nor­mally hap­pen here


UN­DER NEW MAN­AGE­MENT: Isis Club manager Kerry Smythe is keen to make the club the place to be in Childers.

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