Jubilee ladies’ fun-raiser
JUBILEE Golf Club ladies celebrated Oaks Day last week with their annual fund raising event which raised $700 for CAN-MOVE.
The CAN-MOVE program is run by the Community Care Centre of Northeast Health Wangaratta and provides a free six week exercise and water based program for people recovering from cancer.
The day started with the golf course being shortened to 18 par 3 holes with NTPs on every hole for the golfers and was followed by the arrival of many friends for a chicken and champagne lunch, sweeps, best hat competition and raffles.
Sally Timmins, a breast care nurse addressed the ladies about the CAN-MOVE program and Heather Champlin, a volunteer with CANMOVE spoke of her role.
The ladies appreciated the help of golfers Keith Moorhead, Chris Norris and Bill O’Brien in the kitchen, Doug Ritchens for the sweeps and John Johnstone in the bar.
The weather was fantastic and the day was enjoyed by all.
Many local businesses supported the club and helped to make the day a success.
1) Sally Timmins (breast care nurse) and Heather Champlin (CAN-MOVE volunteer).
2) Val Wright, Dawn Davey and Margaret Bennett.
3) Best hat winner Jen Kirby and best novelty hat winner Carol Myles.
4) Annette Stariha, Ronda Horne, Elaine Mudge and Anne Schulze. 5) Tanya Boyle and Debbie Siggers. 6) Pam McKibbon, Sandra Dinsdale and Sandra Mitchell.
7) Cathryn Irvine, Eileen Sabire and Dawn Davey.
8) Glenda Woods (Seymour GC) and Lynn Gent (Jubilee GC). 9) Vicki Mason and Nancy Mason. 10) Marie Sharp and Sue Clayton. 11) Vicki Moorhead, Denise Perkin and Mary Jones.