Raiders end Roos’ run
and Chocolate Factory, Border Natural Therapies, Hotel Australia, Origin Clothing, Doc Yarrum, Guy Street Store, Sportspower and the Club’s Ladies Committee.
Urban Graze Volunteer Awards: Cath Woods and Cody Kuschert are worthy recipients of this week’s volunteer awards.
Cath had a busy day with netball and followed it up as water carrier for the footy.
Cody, who is on track to return to footy midseason, has been doing water duties during his period of rehab. Thanks Cath and Cody.
Installation of the new large-screen electronic scoreboard is on track with the footings being poured this week.
Along with the new goal posts installed preseason, the electronic scoreboard and time clock will significantly improve the viewing experience for spectators and players alike.
Time is running short to book your tickets for the Annual Black Tie Ball (Masquerade) to be held at the Corowa Golf Club, 6.30pm Saturday, May 5. Live music by the popular “Toucan Rock”. $60 adults, $45 U18s.
Tickets available from Origin Clothing or direct from the club online.
Other upcoming events including the “Father-Son Night” with AFL duo, the legendary Hawthorn’s Peter Hudson and son Paul.
This year’s “Golden Roo Dinner” featuring another AFL legend in Boomer Harvey is coming soon.
Discounted extra tickets at $100 are available to Golden Roos members that pay their membership before April 30. Instead of its regular boat raffle, the club will be holding a “Cash Draw Day” to be held in a similar format to the boat raffle.
Dates and costs for each of these events, and how to buy tickets will be published soon.
If you have any suggestions for further improvements to our club, or would love to lend a helping hand, please contact any of our board members: Graham Hosier (President), Ron Robinson (VP), Rowena Black (Sec), David Kiefel (Treas), Nicole Griffin, Craig Spencer, Beau Longmire, Chris Hansen and Darrell Spencer.
Jamie Seymour gets the ball away in the seniors game.