Trekkers Laager 9 08 January 2020

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Trekkers Laager 9

08 January 2020

GREETINGS LAAGER IX!!

Feedback Of Willows December Outing

APOLOGIES
Barkhuizen, Mcleod, Pedrosa, Terblanche & Thole

VISITORS
None

PROSPECTIVES
None

THANK YOU
To Camp Fire master and scribe - Malcolm & Lusaan Nash.
Louwrens for bringing out the trailer .
All those who decorated their Caravans/Tents .
Lusaan for organising Adult gift game. All members for buying gifts and participating in the games .
Kevin for Christmas Carols & Backround Music.
Brendan for the Chicken & Rolls for Christmas Lunch, Lynetter for Cheese-Balls, and Gayle for Liver Patte.
All those who helped with the kiddies party. Committee for dressing up.
Darren & Kevin for Santa and Clown.
Liande & Darren for the Photos

REASONS FOR AWARDING TROPHIES

Moerstok: Someone has done something silly
Speedometer: Person who leaves first
Spanner:- Someone who is'broken'
Wooden Spoon:- done something kind /a service for the club

TROPHY TIME
Moerstok - Louwrens to Darren
Spanner - Anton to Allan
Speedometer - Handed to Brian r Spoon - Clinton (to be handed over in January 2020
Golf -Willows Classic-Won by Kevin

Please pass your Trophy(s) on to someone going to the outing?

JAKKALS

Malcolm was the Jakkals. Well doneO. Made R124 (don't forget to hand it over, and ACCEPT when asked)

FREE NIGHT
Free night went to the Nash family

INFORMATION FOR JANUARY 2020 OUTING:

NEXT OUTING
January Outing @ Pine Lodge

DATES
Friday 24th &25th January 2020

Cost
R175 per night

BIRTHDAYS FOR DECEMBER:
1"t Charl, 3'd Tracey, 8th Lynette, 18 Nardus, 21d Joshua Nell & 27th Chantal

Friday
Arrive and settle in and Braai, after will be lce Cream & Dom Pedros(yummy) Bring you own Dom P glass

Saturday:
Robin Holmes taking walkers out for a scenic walk to the Lighthouse and back. Meet under the awning at
10am. Bring some liquid with you as it might get hot. (those who have pedal cycles can bring too to join)

Commemorative Supper supplied by the Barkhuizens, Coles, Bothmas, Tinleys, van Zyls & Pedrosa
families

FIRE MASTER AND SCRIBE
Dudley Mcleod will be it for this outing

GENERAL:
First Aid kit is with Nurse Rozanne Please replace anvthing used

Please make sure that no ciqarette butts are left on the ground

Please watch language around the fire in front of children

lf you have a trophy and wont be at the next outing, please give it to someone who will be there to Hand
Over on your behalf

Those who ordered Club T-Shirts, bring your Money. Kevin to bring ordered T-Shirts. lf you have not
ordered yet, Contact Kevin ASAP. Costs are R120 Short Sleeve & R150 for Long Sleeve

OUTINGS:
1. Barkhuizen 224
2. Bothma 98
3. Bowles 443
4. Gampbell 31
5. Cole 178
6. Day 121
7. De Wet 27
8. Holmes B 212
9. Holmes R 327
10. Hudson 64
11. John 115
12. Mcleod 284
13. Nash 29
14. Pedrosa 105
15. Nell 60
16. Terblanche 11
17. Thompson 54
18. Tinley 24
19.YanZyl 104
20. White 313
21. Thole 4

Regards and safe trekking


Laager 9 Gommittee

Scribe Ocean view resort

Braaimasters-The Nell's

The laager weekend started off early on Thursday evening for luclcy
Nell's who spent a beautiful evening alone alongside a flaming hot
fire and some pretty bright 'STARS'.

Friday came and the rest of the laager family gathered around the
fire for Dop & chop. Little did we know that we had a fire
Marshall(Charl) amongst us who later that eve extinguished our
kuier vuurtjie. DJ Kevin arrived with some music and the evening
became festive with singing and lots of red red wine.

Saturday morning was such a treat with an awesome breakfast
prepared by some of the members who had commemoratives,
thanks to all was great. The rest of the day was filled with, kids
swimming, some cycling and some of us just chilling. We gathered
around the fire for a wet braai that evening, standing strong in the
rain the true campers we are, determined to get our meat cooked.

Sunday came as usual Shanana and then lunch braai for some.

A small outing but a great one.

See you all soon.
Lady

Trekkers Outdoor Recreation Club
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