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1 September 2020
 
Next Meetings
 
Tuesday, 1 September 2020 – Meet in CASA BISTRO at 6 pm for Dinner the Meeting will either be in the Elizabeth Room or Conference Room and will Commence at 7 pm sharp.
 
 
 
DISTRICT GOVERNOR’S OFFICIAL VISIT
 Tuesday, 15 September 2020 – Meet in CASA BISTRO at 6 pm for Dinner the Meeting will either be in the Elizabeth Room or Conference Room and will Commence at 7 pm sharp.
This will be a combined meeting with Liverpool and Liverpool Greenway Clubs
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Monday, 21 September 2020 – Bell Bird Dining
Casula Power House Arts Centre
6:30 for 7:00 pm
 
This is a Combined Dinner Meeting with Members of Liverpool and Liverpool Greenway Clubs and will include a talk on the Centre and a Tour. Seating will be allocated to ensure mingling of Club Members and a firm commitment will be required by 15 September 2020
 
Meeting Report – 25 August 2020
We held a ZOOM Meeting attended by 15 members we had apologies from Charles Hili and Shiva Nandan. The meeting was Chaired by PP Sam Capra.
  • Sam reported that he is waiting to hear back from Youth Off the Streets in relation to fundraising event.
  • Treasurer advised that 4 Members had yet to pay their Membership Fees which were due by 31 August 2020 or they would become unfinancial, he also advised that the Club had provided Harry Hunt with 2,500 plastic food containers to help him in providing food to Overseas Students in need.
  • Ted Mlynarz and Jim Rudling provided information on the trip to Narromine – we will be taking donated clothes, sanitiser and school donations to the area between Thursday 1 October and Saturday 3 October. The Council will not authorise the proposed Community BBQ at this stage and like the Picnic Races this has now been cancelled.
  • Frans Buskermolen that arrangements are being made to have Children’s Books delivered to Bushfire affected schools on the NSW South Coast.
 
 
 A new name for a new place in the Western Parkland City!
Be part of history by suggesting a name for the first stage of the Western Sydney Aerotropolis Core. The Western Parkland City Authority is inviting the community to participate not in a competition - but in a process to help us come up with a new name for a new place that captures the future promise of the Western Parkland City.
This new place will include the new headquarters for Australia’s national science agency CSIRO, a Metro Station, the Advanced Manufacturing and Research Centre, aerospace and defence industries, education and research, social and cultural and leisure facilities.  
It will be a people-friendly place with paths for walking and riding, green spaces that reach into and through the new place, and lots of things to see and do.  
It will be connected to the local cities of Liverpool, Penrith and Campbelltown by an expanded network of roads and public transport so that we can harness the existing energy of local industry and local skills to help drive the unparalleled focus on innovative thinking, technology, science and research.
Its cluster of research, education, science and advanced manufacturing facilities is destined to become a place of global and national significance, so it requires a new name to reflect its new future. 
We need your ideas to help create the place of the future. 
Before you start, keep in mind that your name should be one word.
 
Please submit your ideas by Sunday 20 September 2020. 
 

What’s in a name?

We’re looking for a name that reflects the aspirations of the Western Parkland City so, to help you out, here are some key themes to inspire you. The new name will need to resonate with the past but also look to the future. Your suggested name should consider at least one of the following:
  • embrace themes of innovation, industry, science and technology
  • endeavour to be aspirational
  • reflect the vibrant and dynamic culture and society of the Western Parkland City
  • reflect the local heritage or history of the Western Parkland City
  • be of a national significance
  • convey a strong connection to the unique natural environment of the Western Parkland City
  • recognise people who have contributed to the creation and promotion of New South Wales.
Keep in mind:
  • Commercial and business names can’t be used, however, business names no longer in use and which promote the heritage of an area are suitable.
  • Generally, the names of people who are still alive or recently deceased are not recommended.
  • Please do not suggest anything that is offensive, racist, derogatory or demeaning.
  • Existing place names can’t be used.
Got your ideas ready? Hit the button below to share them with us. You can fill in the survey as many times as you like (one suggestion at a time!)
 
 
 
Ta' Dmejrek is not an option!
 
 
 Mick, from Dublin, appeared on 'Who Wants to Be A Millionaire'
and towards the end of the program had already won 500,000 pounds.
"You've done very well so far," said the show's presenter,
"but for a million pounds and you've only got one life-line left – phone a friend.
Everything is riding on this question.... Will you go for it?"
"Sure," said Mick. "I'll have a go!"
"Which of the following birds does NOT build its own nest?
 a) Sparrow
 b) Thrush
c) Magpie
d) Cuckoo
 "I haven't got a clue." said Mick, ''so I'll use last lifeline and phone my friend Paddy back home in Dublin."
 Mick called up his mate, and told him the circumstances and repeated the question to him.
 "Bluddy hell, Mick!" cried Paddy. "Dat's simple……It's a cuckoo."
 "Are you sure?"
"I'm sure to be sure."
Mick hung up the phone and said, "I'll go wit Cuckoo as my answer."
"Is that your final answer?" asked the presenter.
"Dat it is, Maam."
There was a long - long pause, and then the presenter screamed, "Cuckoo is the correct answer,
Mick, you've won 1 million pounds!"
The next night, Mick invited Paddy to their local pub to buy him a dinner and a drink.
"Tell me, Paddy?
How in Heaven's name did you know it was da Cuckoo that doesn't build its own nest?"
"Because he lives in a clock!”
 
 
 
 
                   
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Our Members-only raffle jackpot will be $110!
The wine we offer for prizes has been ageing gracefully and our supply of exciting chocolates and mystery prizes are just waiting to be won.
 
 
We will conduct the raffle in a COVID SAFE WAY!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Members Meeting
Mounties
Dinner in Bistro 6 pm
Meeting 7 pm sharp
Tuesday, 8 September
Members Meeting –
Guest Speaker from Rotarians against Malaria
Mounties
Mt Pritchard
Dinner in Bistro 6 pm
Meeting 7 pm sharp
Tuesday, 15 September
Combined Meeting with Liverpool and Liverpool Greenway – DG Visit
Mounties
Mt Pritchard
Dinner in Bistro 6 pm
Meeting 7 pm sharp
Monday, 21 September
Combined Dinner with Liverpool and Liverpool Greenway Clubs
Bell Bird Dining and Bar
Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre
6:30 for 7 pm
Tuesday,22 September
NO MEETING
Transferred
 
Tuesday, 29 September
 
 
 
Thursday, 1 October to Sunday, 4 October
Narromine Drought Relief
Narromine /Trangie
 
Tuesday, 7 October
 
 
 
Tuesday, 13 October
 
 
 
Tuesday, 20 October
Fellowship Meeting followed by Board Meeting
 
 
Sunday, 25 October
Australian Aid 4 Cambodia Fund Raising
Freedom Plaza, Cabramatta
9 am to 2 pm
Tuesday, 27 October
Pride of Workmanship Night
Mounties Mt Pritchard
6:30 for 7 pm
Tuesday, 3 November
Melbourne Cup Day
 
 
Tuesday, 10 November
 
 
 
Sunday, 14 November
AHHA Fund Raising (TBC)
Freedom Plaza, Cabramatta
9 am to 2 pm
Tuesday, 17 November
Annual General Meeting
Mounties Mt Pritchard
Dinner in Bistro 6 pm
Meeting 7 pm sharp
Tuesday, 24 November
 
 
 
Tuesday, 1 December
 
 
 
Sunday, 6 December
Australian Aid 4 Cambodia Fund Raising
Freedom Plaza, Cabramatta
9 am to 2 pm
Tuesday, 8 December
 
 
 
Tuesday, 15 December
 
 
 
Tuesday, 22 December
 
 
 
Tuesday, 29 December
No Meeting
 
 
2021
Tuesday, 5 January
No Meeting
 
 
Tuesday, 12 January
Breakfast Meeting
 
 
Tuesday, 19 January
Breakfast Meeting
 
 
Tuesday, 26 January
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Leslie Still
August 12
 
Frans Buskermolen
August 25
 
James Leahy
August 29
 
Spouse Birthdays
Margaret Halliday
September 4
 
Anniversaries
Sonny Hoang
Rebecca Bui
August 4
 
Kevin Walker
Judith Walker
August 5
 
James Leahy
Sue Leahy
August 15
 
William Trinh
Stephanie Trinh
August 24
 
Alan Hall
Pauline Hall
August 25
 
Shiva Nandan
Rose Nandan
August 26
 
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Liverpool West
Tuesdays at 6:00 PM
MOUNTIES
Elizabeth Room or Conference Room
101 Meadows Road
Mount Pritchard, NSW 2171
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PO Box 251, Liverpool BC, NSW, 1871
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